yup the only benefit i can see is that Three have 5G built into their unlimited data plans at no extra cost, and now with the whole unlimited tethering aswell. So could possibly be worth finding a cheap 5g device just to leave and tether at home and that eliminates your 'wired' broadband/fibre.
Ordered this yesterday, and it's out for delivery today. I used the priority shipping option.
Absolutely. People follow the trend of wanting/needing/demanding the latest highest speeds. Currently 4g is super fast anyway. Fast enough for streaming 4k video, gaming, let alone messaging and web surfing etc. I can't think of a situation where 4g wouldn't be enough. 5g is just natural progression that ultimately noone 'needs' and to echo your remark, it will be very heavily limited geographically for a few years anyway.
yeah unless you move/stay within an area of 5g for the majority of your day (central london) then you wont really reap the rewards. 4g+ speeds seem to handle things seamlessly atm though,
Jesus the website has a section labeled 'unbox it'. Clear case and charger. Still odd it's trying to get you buy extra items including ones your already getting. Cheers for your help.