- 5G has been talked about for years, but the super-fast mobile technology has only just begun to get into people's hands.
- That's poised to change this year as carriers start to roll out mobile and home-based 5G in select cities around the country.
- So far 5G availability has been limited, it hasn't performed as fast as expected, and it remains to be seen if carriers will be able to deliver on the hype.
- We've rounded up all our 5G coverage to get you up to speed.
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