Speed goes up, prices come down.
By Rick Richardson
The majority of phones sold today are enabled for 4G connectivity, but if you’re looking to get yourself a new phone with the New Year, you would be wise to bide your time and get yourself a 5G phone.
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Here are five of the best reasons why:
1. 5G networks are better than ever and keep improving. When launched, 5G was limited to a few of the busiest areas of the biggest cities. But now, 5G is present in many more locations than before and will soon spread further.
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