Cost, phone, speed and coverage. 5G is the new Wild West.
By Clifford Colby5G is coming to your town. Starting this spring, first Verizon and then AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile began rolling out 5G networks, dotting the US -- from Minneapolis to Dallas and New York to Los Angeles -- with faster 5G speeds.
Depending on where you live, you may not see it for a while, especially if you're more rural than urban. And even when 5G does come to your area, coverage zones may be small and the reception may be iffy. But when it does, you'll need to know which carrier gives you the most for your money.