The Chinese government mobile service providers and smartphone makers have all been heavily promoting 5G service, and it has some people thinking they can move away from wired internet. Photo: EPA-EFE The Chinese government mobile service providers and smartphone makers have all been heavily promoting 5G service, and it has some people thinking they can move away from wired internet. Photo: EPA-EFE
The Chinese government mobile service providers and smartphone makers have all been heavily promoting 5G service, and it has some people thinking they can move away from wired internet. Photo: EPA-EFE
5G

Some Chinese internet users are hoping that 5G will kill wired broadband

  • An S&P survey shows 93 per cent of internet users are interested cutting the internet cord
  • Experts warn 5G isn’t ready for you to dump your cable internet just yet

Topic |   5G
The Chinese government mobile service providers and smartphone makers have all been heavily promoting 5G service, and it has some people thinking they can move away from wired internet. Photo: EPA-EFE The Chinese government mobile service providers and smartphone makers have all been heavily promoting 5G service, and it has some people thinking they can move away from wired internet. Photo: EPA-EFE
The Chinese government mobile service providers and smartphone makers have all been heavily promoting 5G service, and it has some people thinking they can move away from wired internet. Photo: EPA-EFE
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