Some of my take-aways are that 5G is NOT really "right around the corner". They can't "flip a switch" and, voila, 5G. They have to have special boxes on poles for 5G. Jessica indicated in her tests, that she needed "line-of-sight" to the box. Sounds like, at least for starters, you won't get 5G inside a building unless there is an antenna inside the building. And I heard the range isn't there, yet. Do you even NEED 5G? Right now 4G/LTE is the standard but if you have a 3G or prior phone, you can still use that. It's just slower. WiFi has NOTHING to do with 5G. If your phone has WiFi, then you can continue to use it regardless of 3G, 4G, 5G issues. Think about it. If you are using the WiFi connection with your phone, it has ZERO to do with your carrier.. It's between your phone and your ROUTER at home (or at Starbucks). Those are two separate things. It sounds like you received a marketing text. If you have any doubts, you can always go to one of their stores and ask. To me, 5G is still only in very limited areas, there are no towers or boxes on poles near me and 4G services don't seem to be able to support 5G which needs to be a lot closer. If 3G is still supported, it may be a while before support for 4G goes away. iPhones won't even have 5G until 2020. You might want to ask the carrier if, lets say, you buy a 5G phone: will you have to pay for the premium 5G service plan (expected at $10 per month now). So, do you have a 5G tower on a pole within 200 feet of you right now?