Cell phone carriers are engaged in marketing fraud as an industry.  Every company says it offers 5G speeds when they clearly don’t or are barely adequate.  Regulators so far are letting them get away with it.  Is it any wonder that consumers are wary of the claims?  It is caveat emptor for the next few years while the infrastructure is being built out.  And,.there is little question why the buyer should beware.  The 5G technology requires many more antennas spaced closely together to work.  This means many more buildings to park them on, many more towers to build, many more dead spots to reduce. Carriers are working flat out, but they are nowhere near reaching national coverage.  Still, they are making raucous claims and confusing consumers.  It’s bad marketing and lousy PR.  The government should step in.

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