Three became on Monday the third UK network to announce its 5G launch plans.
The network's home broadband will be available only to Londoners at first and will consist of a plug-and-play router. Three claims speeds will be comparable to fiber broadband.
As well as offering better speeds, 5G will bring other benefits to customers, including more consistent coverage in busy areas. Beyond mobile internet, it will allow for the growth of new technologies, including autonomous vehicles, seamless smart homes and souped-up gaming and VR experiences.
EE Vodafone is set to follow with its own .last month, and the network is now live in select areas of six UK cities.
Of the four major UK networks, this now leaves O2 as the only carrier yet to announce a 5G launch date. But it's important to remember that there's more to 5G than just being first to launch.
It will take some time before all the carriers solidly establish their networks and can provide coverage that. In the meantime, you can at least peruse .