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Is 5G worth?

Someone said that 5G can cause health issues.
Someone said that internet speed is same as 4G.
Someone said that it is not completely developed.
Someone said that they changed the name 4G into 5G and launched it. To earn money.
Someone said that it same as my pc modem.
Someone said that the radio waves are non-ionising
Someone said that "it is a beta version"


someone, someone, someone,......

Is it definitely worth?

Share your thoughts as someone?

I am going to write a blog based on your comments.

Thanks,

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It appears

You have fallen for what folk think about almost any technology over science. As such you may as well go ahead and take the popular views and nothing more.

Some if not all your questions were easy to answer with a little research.

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someone said

someone said the tech is still too new to answer those questions with a definite answer.
someone said 5g still has a way to go before it is worth it
someone said for you to keep your eye on the tech blogs for the latest info

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No full 5G in the US yet.

It's not deployed to any degree in the US so for now if you write about it then you will likely have to suffer for being inaccurate to outright wrong. That's not a reputation you want today.

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think at$t

I had 5Ge on my phone instead of 4lte for several weeks. Not a 5g tower for hundreds of miles. I wonder how many customers were fooled into thinking they had 5g.

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Similar marketing trick.

"More bars."

Given smartphones are mostly software, show more bars. Don't cheat on signal strength, instead of 5 bars on the indicator, use 6 or more.

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Make that sans "Similar".

Nope, just a bad idea on many fronts.

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Not true.....

Only At&t started labeling network connections 5Ge, but is not now nor ever 5G. It is clearly on 4G VOLTE, just their way of re-marketing the product, confusing many people who don't know better. Lipstick on a pig. Laugh

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