The technology's coverage will be broader. Devices will be cheaper. And we might start seeing applications that tap into 5G's benefits.
5G comes in a lot of different flavors, and the carriers aren't shy about slapping different labels on them. CNET breaks it down so you don't have to.
We clear up some of the confusion around the next-gen wireless tech.
But it has to win consumers on the street first.
Providers like Verizon and T-Mobile are expanding access to cellular home internet in 2021, including plans with 5G. Here's what to know before signing up.
5G improvements are coming, though AT&T's deployment won't be as quick as some of its rivals.
But there are no guarantees that new rules will apply to UK phone users.
Verizon is boosting its efforts to get people to upgrade to 5G devices and its "premium" unlimited plans.