If you still have a flip phone – and many people do – you’re likely on a 3G cellular network. It’s the same for anybody with an ancient smartphone. So, if you’ve been putting off that new phone purchase since, say 2010, it’s time to stop procrastinating.Continue reading
Verizon, AT&T and the FAA started off the new year by agreeing to cut the strength of 5G signals around airports. That’s because the carriers’ 5G signals interfere with certain instruments on airplanes, such as altimeters which are used to guide planes to safe landings.Continue reading
The Many Flavors of 5G
Cell phone manufacturers and carriers don’t make a big deal about it in their ads – yet – but there are several types of 5G service out there. If you’re buying a new phone and have specific needs for blazing super-hot speed, you ought to know something about the available levels of 5G service.