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Lebara Mobile

Lebara $2 Starter

4 stars
Value

Depends on Recharge

Data

Depends on Recharge

EXPIRY

Depends on Recharge

Network

Vodafone 4G

Includes
Starter sim cost

$2.00

Optus

Optus My Prepaid Daily Plus

5 stars
Value

$2 a day gets you: unlimited standard national talk and text when you recharge from $10.

Data

500MB

EXPIRY

$2 Daily Level expires at 11.59pm local time. Minimum recharge is $10.

Network

Optus 3G + 4G Plus

Includes
RECHARGE COST

$2.00

Minimum spend is $10
Kogan Mobile

Kogan LARGE $36.9 - 30 Days

5 stars
Value

Unlimited standard calls and SMS in Oz

Data

32GB (16GB + 16GB Bonus)

EXPIRY

30 days

Network

Vodafone 4G

Includes
RECHARGE COST

$7.90

Moose Mobile

Moose 8 SIM Only

5 stars
Value

$200 of standard calls to landlines and mobiles in Oz. Unlimited SMS and MMS in Oz

Data

500MB

CONTRACT

Month to month

Network

Optus 3G + 4G Plus

Includes
COST PER MONTH

$8.00

OVO

OVO $9.95

5 stars
Value

$200 standard calling and unlimited SMS / MMS in Oz

Data

1GB

EXPIRY

30 days

Network

Optus 3G + 4G

Includes
RECHARGE COST

$9.95

Amaysim

Amaysim Unlimited Post Paid $10

3 stars
Value

Unlimited standard national talk and text

Data

1GB

Contract

Month to month

Network

Optus 4G Plus

Includes
COST PER MONTH

$10.00

Boost

Boost $10 Starter SIM

3 stars
Value

Unlimited National Calls & SMS

Data

1GB data

CONTRACT

7 day expiry

Network

4G on the Telstra Mobile Network

Includes
Starter sim cost

$10.00

Optus

Optus $10 SIM Starter Kit

5 stars
Value

Up to 100 minutes of standard national calls (charged per minute) Unlimited standard national SMS/MMS

Data

15GB MyData = Standard 500MB + bonus data with rollover up to 10GB when you activate on Prepaid Ultimate Plus between 15 January 2018 and 28 March 2018.

EXPIRY

7 days

Network

Optus 3G + 4G Plus

Includes
Starter sim cost

$10.00

Boost

Boost $30 Starter SIM

3 stars
Value

Unlimited National Calls & SMS

Data

8GB data (4GB + 4GB Bonus on your first two recharges)

CONTRACT

28 day expiry

Network

4G on the Telstra Mobile Network

Includes
Starter sim cost

$15.00

Amaysim

Amaysim Unlimited Post Paid $20

3 stars
Value

Unlimited standard national talk and text

Data

2.5GB

Contract

Month to month

Network

Optus 4G Plus

Includes
COST PER MONTH

$20.00

OVO

OVO $29.95

5 stars
Value

Unlimited standard calls and SMS in Oz

Data

5GB

EXPIRY

30 days

Network

Optus 3G + 4G

Includes
RECHARGE COST

$29.95

Belong Mobile

Belong Mobile $30

5 stars
Value

Unlimited National Calls & SMS

Data

5GB + 10GB welcome gift

NO CONTRACT

Month to month

Network

Parts of Telstra 3G/4G network

Includes
COST PER MONTH

$30.00

Minimum Total Cost $30
Optus

Optus Prepaid Ultimate Plus $30

5 stars
Value

Unlimited standard national talk and text

Data

8.88GB (standard 3GB + 5.88GB bonus) on first two recharges for customers who activate from 5.2.18. 1st recharge by 28.3.18 and 2nd recharge by 30.6.18. Keep rolling over up to 10GB when you recharge before expiry.

EXPIRY

28 days

Network

Optus 3G + 4G Plus

Includes
RECHARGE COST

$30.00

Boost

Boost $40 Prepaid Recharge

3 stars
Value

Unlimited National Calls & SMS

Data

16GB data (8GB + 8GB Bonus on first two recharges)

CONTRACT

28 day Expiry

Network

4G on the Telstra Mobile Network

Includes
RECHARGE COST

$40.00

Optus

Optus Prepaid Ultimate Plus $40

5 stars
Value

Unlimited standard national talk and text. Unlimited standard international calls to 15 selected destinations. Full terms at optus.com.au/prepaidint

Data

15GB (standard 7GB + 8GB bonus) on first two recharges for customers who activate from 5.2.18. 1st recharge by 28.3.18 and 2nd recharge by 30.6.18. Keep rolling over up to 10GB when you recharge before expiry.

EXPIRY

28 days

Network

Optus 3G + 4G Plus

Includes
RECHARGE COST

$40.00

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Buying a phone plan in 2018, what’s changed ?

This website is here to help you save money on your phone bill this year

Are you looking to compare Australian mobile plans ? Our website is designed to give you the insider information you need, in order to be able to compare the best phone plans on the Australian phone market . In late 2017, we conducted a survey of hundreds of Australian phone users to identify trends which will help you pick a plan you love in 2018. Here’s what we found.

On this page, you’ll find :

We surveyed hundreds of Australians so we could give you the information you need to make an informed choice in 2018. Here’s what we learned.

  • First, why not use our our FREE downloadable information pack :
    While you’re researching, are you finding words or jargon you don’t understand ? Are you struggling to know where to start ? Use our guide to get headed in the right direction and to demystify the lingo.
  • Our summary infographic :
    If you don’t have long to do your research, check out our infographic. (Below on this page.) It offers a quick overview of the key trends, facts and figures you need to know about how to compare plans in 2018.
  • Why phone plans could be more expensive in 2018:
    Only 7% of Australians are committed to comparing phone plans in 2018. We look at phone plan buying behaviors so you can see how you can stay ahead of the pack this year.
  • The power shift :
    We explain the way the phone market has changed – and why you just got a lot more power than you used to have, when it comes to picking phone plans.
  • The 3 biggest trends you need to be aware of :
    The 4G networks are all remarkably similar now, SIM Only plans have taken over and ,most importantly, a lot of people now buy their phone plans from smaller phone companies. In the ‘3 biggest trends’ section we explain each of these situations – this is the most important information to bear in mind when you’re picking your plan.
  • More details on the key trend that’ll help you :
    The rise of smaller phone companies (also known as MVNOs or network resellers) has come about for 3 reasons:

    • They offer more data per $ :
      Pick a smaller phone company and you’ll get up to twice as much data per GB than you would if you went with a bigger phone company equivalent.
    • Their customers are happier :
      Our survey revealed that customers of smaller phone companies are happier with their phone service, on average, than customers of big phone companies. Why pay more to be miserable? We show you the statistics so you can make your own choice.
    • You’ll often get the same network:
      Many people don’t realize that if you pick a small phone company, you’ll get exactly the same coverage, speed and priority as customers of the bigger phone companies. We explain how the system works so you can make the right decision.
  • How 2018 will be different :
    Phone plans are changing. We explain how 2018 will be different to previous years. Specifically, phone plan users will be :

    • Happier :
      Customer satisfaction with phone plans is going to go up in 2018. We explain why and how you can harness the trend.
    • Healthier :
      People are using personal health tracking equipment at a rapidly rising rate. We explain what that means to you and your phone plan.
    • More tailored :
      Phone plans are now being tailored by users to meet their specific needs. We examine the trend so you can use it to your advantage.
    • More mobile internet :
      Mobile Broadband is taking off. We explain why and what it means for you if you’re thinking of getting a mobile broadband SIM.
  • Other influences :
    Finally, we consider other ideas to bear in mind when comparing phone plans in 2018. In this special section, we cover everything else you could possibly need to know.

 

First, here’s our quick, FREE downloadable information guide to buying a phone plan in 2018

We want to offer you the support you need while you shop. If you want a written record of the key information we offer on this page, you might like to download our FREE information pack. It explains every phone company related technical term you’re likely to bump in to, it gives you a visual guide to navigating the maze of phone plans and best of all, you won’t pay a penny for it.

Download our FREE information booklet to help figure out the best prepaid plan for your needs.

Download prepaid plan pack

 

 

Comparing phone plans in 2018 – key trends.

Use the results of our research in to Australian phone users and plans to inform your decision.

 

Just want a quick summary ? Here’s our infographic on 2018 phone plans

Got to rush off ? We’ve summarized the key findings from our research, here, in this infographic.

2018 Phone Plan Summary – Everything you need to know to get the right 2018 phone plan

2018 Phone Plan Comparison Infographic

 

Why phone plans could be more expensive in 2018

Perhaps the most important trend in 2018, when it comes to keeping your costs down, is the low proportion of people who intend to change their phone plan over the next 12 months. Busy lives mean people don’t have the time to compare. Only 7% of Australians offered a definitive ‘yes’ when asked if they intend to compare their phone plans.

2018 Phone Plan Comparison – Our primary research indicates that only 7% of Australians intend to change their 7% this year.

Only 7% of Australians are sure they’ll compare and change phone plans in 2018

 

That’s a shame. The truth is that comparing and buying a phone plan typically takes 15 minutes or less. Here are the steps to follow.

Comparing operators and moving to a phone plan takes 15 minutes or less.

You can compare phone plans and move to your new provider in under 15 minutes.

 

The powershift that’s happened in recent years

As we mentioned in the intro, comparison shoppers – like you – have a lot more power now than they ever did. Here’s why the power has shifted to consumers and what that will mean to you in 2018.

  • Better information:
    There are a lot more phone companies out there than you might think. Our site provides information from people who used to work in the phone companies so you know what they know. The information is provided free of charge alongside the plans we’d recommend.
  • More competitors:
    New entrants in to the market like Moose Mobile on the Optus network, Belong Mobile on the Telstra Mobile Network and Kogan Mobile on the Vodafone network are bringing new things to customers. In 2017, we saw ‘data vault’ released as a product feature for the first time. Once you’ve bought your data, it’s yours forever! Competitors are falling over themselves to improve their products, critically, making them fairer than they used to be. You now have more choice across more products than ever before.
  • Phones from everywhere:
    The biggest shift has been a move away from buying phones under more expensive contract from your phone company and towards SIM Only deals.  More on these trends below.

 

Here’s how things have changed in 2017:

More people will be comparing phone plans in 2018. The big phone companies are losing the power that contracts gave the over their customers. Now, people tailor their phone, internet connected devices and plans together to provide a tailored solution which is just right for them.

More people will be comparing phone plans in 2018 and tailoring their own solutions.

 

 

The 3 biggest trends you need to keep in mind when you’re comparing phone plans

Key Trend 1 : SIM Only and prepaid are taking over:

Prepaid plans has always been around 45% of the Australian market. The reduction in the number of contracts sold has led to a rapid rise in postpaid SIM Only plans. People are now far more likely to buy their phone outright and add a SIM than they ever have been before.

The phone plans people compare has changed a lot recently. Now, two thirds of people are buying a SIM Only Plan, rather than a phone under contract.

Comparing phone plans is more likely to involve a comparison of SIM Only plans than phone contracts.

As well as saving a ton on the total cost of ownership with a new phone, having a mobile plan out of contract helps with the management of your rising data needs.

2017 was the year of the prepaid plan. There are a number of factors combining to make 2018 even better than last year for those comparing a SIM Only, PAYG or prepaid plans in Australia. Here’s a summary.

 

Key Trend 2 : Todays 4G networks are all the same:

We’ve been brainwashed in to believing that Telstra offer the best network, haven’t we ? Well, here’s a surprise for you. Both Optus’ 4G and Vodafone’s 4G networks are on a par with Testra’s for both coverage and speed. It’s not just us who think it. OpenSignal are one of two independent companies which have compared these networks in studies the Australian coverage of all 3 major phone companies. The results are consistent and remarkably clear across all the surveys which have been run. When it comes to 4G data, there is very little to pick between the phone companies.

 A number of independent sources now show the same thing – and it’s something to consider when you’re comparing phone plans this year. The coverage and performance of all of the major 4G networks is now about the same.

The coverage and performance of all of the major 4G networks is now about the same.

Unless you are one of the 2-3% of people who live in the outskirts of Australia, whichever network you get, Optus, Vodafone or Telstra, the availability of 4G signal you receive and the speeds you benefit from will all be the same. You can find out more about Australia’s network coverage information on our dedicated page.

Note : It’s true to say that Telstra’s 3G signal covers twice the land mass of Australia as either Optus or Vodafone. We have dedicated article on the subject here.

 

Key trend 3: The increasing presence of smaller phone companies:

As if competition between the big phone companies wasn’t enough to push down prices, here come the smaller phone companies. Collectively known as MVNOs, smaller phone companies generally, with the exception of OVO Mobile offer more basic phone plans than Vodafone, Telstra or Optus. They’re doing that successfully, as you will see from our chart, below. Their share of the market is large and growing. 50% of all phone plan purchases were from smaller phone companies in 2017.

 If 2017 is anything to go by, 50% of people will be buying their phone plan from a small company like Lebara, Yomojo or Belong.

A full 50% of new phone plan sales were to smaller phone companies in 2017.

 

 

More detail on the most important trend

Small phone companies have happier customers

On average, people who pick a small phone company are more likely to be satisfied with their phone service than those who pick a big phone company.

On average customers of smaller phone companies are happier with the service they get than customers of big phone companies.

If you want to be happier with your service, pick a smaller phone company.

Examining the detail of big company vs small company customer satisfaction levels in our survey, reveals that, on average, customers of small phone companies are happier than customers of big phone companies. Vodafone is a notable exception.

 

You’ll get more data per $ if you buy a plan from a small phone company

The key comparison is between data inclusions. In this example, smaller phone companies offer up to twice as much data as the bigger phone companies. Remember, Kogan and Lebara both use the Vodafone network, too.

It’s not an exact comparison but, roughly, Kogan offers twice as much data for around $30 per month as Vodafone – and they both use exactly the same phone network.

The primary plan feature people compare these days is the data they’ll get per dollar spent in their phone plan. The third and final reason small phone companies are doing so well is that they offer more data at each spend level. Here’s just one example.

You can get twice as much data, for the same monthly spend with smaller phone companies. This example shows pricing valid 13.12.17 – promotional offers removed. Remember, Kogan and Lebara both use EXACTLY the same network as Vodafone.

Note, many bigger phone companies offer value added services that the smaller telcos don’t.

 

Smaller phone companies often use exactly the same phone network as big phone companies

You are unlikely to know how phone companies really work unless you have been employed by one. Smaller phone companies actually resell the big phone company networks. Here’s how they function.

Smaller phone companies resell the networks that big companies built.

Remember, whether you go with Optus or one of it’s resellers, you’ll get the same network.

Australia’s big phone companies are Optus, Telstra and Vodafone. Examples of smaller phone companies include Amaysim and Boost Mobile. Smaller phone companies resell the big company networks. You will often get the same coverage and priority if you go to a small phone company, as if you went to a large one.

The practical reality is that you can cut your phone bill by going to a smaller phone company – and often get exactly the same network.

 

 

Why 2018 will be different when it comes to buying phone plans

More Self Service App use means happier phone users

Our research shows that 2018 is going to be even better than 2017 for consumers.

Our survey revealed that there will be a 22% increase in the number of people using the Self Service app their phone company provides. Self service apps are the number 1 way people can improve their level of customer satisfaction – essentially how happy they are – with their existing phone company.

People who use the Self Service app from their phone company tend to be happier than those who don’t. And the number of people who will start to use their Self Service app is set to increase by more than 20% in 2018.

Install and use the Self Service app from your phone company in 2018, if you haven’t already done so.

Most phone companies offer a free, downloadable, Self Service app which can be used to manage your account. It tracks your bills, data usage, and can answer simple questions you might have. Installation takes seconds. I you install the app on your own phone, the phone company will identify you through your phone number and there are no login details required.

People should download these free apps. As you will see on the next diagram, they will make you happier with your service.

From the phone company side, there is an education gap around the self service app. Nearly 20% don’t know what these self service apps are is and less than 10% intend to try it in 2018.

 A higher proportion of phone users who have installed and now use their self service app gave their phone company between 7 and 10 / 10 when asked to rate their own level of customer satisfaction.

The range 7-10 out of 10 on a customer satisfaction score is often called the ‘Net Promoter Score’. People are far more likely to give that sort of ranking to their phone company if they use the Self Service App.

As the chart and our survey shows, a higher proportion of users ranked their telco with 7-10 out of 10 on a customer satisfaction scale, than those who did not have the app installed.

 

The number of people with connected wearables is increasing

The ‘Internet Of Things’ (IoT) is a term used to describe gadgets which are connected to the internet. Wearables are a great example. Your Fitbit or Apple Watch is increasingly likely to come with it’s own SIM card installed. SIM cards too, are an area of innovation with the Apple Watch containing a new ‘eSIM’ which promises to make future wearables smaller and easier to connect to cellular networks.

Wearables are primarily used to measure health and fitness related information. Australia is known as a country of ‘early adopter’s. It’s us who took to Social Media first in huge numbers and bought iPhones faster than other countries. The same is proving true of Australian adoption of wearable devices. The growth in the number of Australians prepared to try a wearable is similar to that we saw with SmartPhone adoption 10 years ago.

Our survey indicates that 7% of people already have an internet connected wearable and that number is set to grow by 40% in 2018.

2018 is going to see a 40% increase in the number of people using ‘wearable’ technology.

Wearable technology is going to be a key trend in 2018. All these wearables will need a wireless / cellular data connection.

The most important ramifications of this trend will apply to phone companies. Individuals now have and need multiple SIMs, often with a single phone number, as we saw with the Apple Watch. Phone companies have invited technology to deal with this need. Telstra, for example, provide a ‘One Number’ solution for the Apple Watch 3.

Ironically, although Telstra and others among the big telco brand have had challenging times recently, their billing system facilities may help them win back the customers they’re losing. It’s only the big phone companies which offer data sharing, which, as we connect more and more of our possessions to the internet will become exponentially more valuable.

For now, our 2018 phone usage survey revealed that we will be a healthier bunch, as an increasing number of us use internet connected wearables to track the ‘measured self.’

 

2018 will see us tie together more tailored phone plan solutions

As we’ve seen, the power is shifting to users of phone plans and away from the big phone companies. One way this is showing up in life is the proportion of users who are buying their own phone outright and adding a SIM. Our survey indicates that, in 2018, this will be the most common way people acquire a phone.

2018 is going to see a continuation of the move towards SIM Only plans – enabling more tailored solutions for users.

In 2018, we’re going to see people using the incredible range of phone companies and plans that are available to tailor phone plans to be exactly what they want them to be.

Buying a phone outright, frees people from being tied into a contract with their phone company. It allows them to pick a plan tailored to their needs. Contracts still play a role for those wishing to avoid the upfront cost of a device but the proportion of people who are trapped in to these agreements will decrease over time. People on SIM Only plans are free to move plans and even networks when better deals, with more data become available. (See data deflation commentary below.) These people can also experiment with smaller phone companies and benefit from their better pricing.

 

Mobile Broadband will continue to explode

One of the biggest trends which revealed itself in 2017 was the uptake of mobile broadband plans which Australians invested in for the first time. We saw an enormous amount of interest in these relatively new plans. Phone companies have offered data only bundles for tablets and laptops for many years. Data allowances tended to be small – below 20GB per month, for example. 2017 saw a change in both the size and affordability of these data plans.

One of the biggest trends of 2018 is going to be the uptake of mobile broadband connections.

Mobile Broadband bundles 30GB or more really took off in 2017. 2018 is going to see this growth continue.

Mobile Broadband does many of the things people value better than fixed alternatives. is cheaper, faster and perceived to be more reliable than fixed connections, particularly the NBN. Mobile Broadband services meet needs that fixed broadband does not – entertaining the kids with You Tube on long journeys, helping students and business people work wherever they want to.

Given the problems NBN customers have experienced, it could be that mobile broadband grows in to a threat, perhaps even a replacement for NBN broadband connections. As a result, 2018 could be a pivotal year for the NBN. Mobile broadband threatens their entire investment.

 

Summing up 2018 for phone plan users

It may not feel like it but things are moving fast. In the last few years alone, we’ve started buying our phones ourselves, adding SIM plans we’ve found, often from smaller phone companies. We’re taking advantage of the fairer plans which some companies offer. We’’re connecting more of our possessions and gadgets to the internet and adding mobile broadband connections to our list of phone services, in some case replacing fixed NBN connections with them.

Here’s how your suite of phone plans will look at the end of 2018. We’re moving to a world in which many people have multiple SIMs and are using the self service apps they have to manage them.

We’re going to have to get used to having multiple SIMs to manage and using the tools available to us to do that.

It’s not hard to imagine an Australian buying an Apple Watch from Amazon, an iPhone from MobileCiti and adding a Kogan which provides data to both. The same individual may also invest in a mobile broadband connection, say, from OVO, one of the leaders in that particular field.

The next generation of advances in telco, in 2018, 2019 and beyond, are likely to be in the area of improving the customer experience around managing these multiple SIMs. Phone bills already take up around 5% of Australian income. It’s time the phone companies started giving us the tools to limit the cost of these additional connections. After all, it’s them who are trying to sell those new services to us.

 

Other influences that will affect us in 2018

If that’s not enough, there are some smaller forces exerting their influence on the market for phone plans. Here’s our view of the other significant factors you might like to bear in mind.

  • Data price deflation:
    Data price deflation is the constant reduction in the price of a GB (the unit) of data per dollar spent. Where once, you paid $30 a month for 300 MB of data, you can now get 3GB or more in a plan, for the same monthly spend. Users benefit from this price reduction – so long as they stay out of contracts.
  • Many phone companies now offer entertainment as part of their phone plans:
    Content may, Below, if the USA is anything to go by, turn the phone companies you ‘know and love’ in to phone and media entities. The effect on Australia is multifaceted. First, now, there’s a tiered system of phone plans, some with entertainment and some without. Comparing a mobile plan these days involves establishing entertainment options, if any, are important to you. The answer might completely alter the phone company you pick. If you buy a SIM only or prepaid plan from Optus or Telstra you will get some form of zero rated service. One example is internet radio. Optus offer it on their prepaid plans through Spotify, Pandora and other providers. Telstra offer streamed audio from Apple. The data you use to get access to these services is not charged to your data allowance. What this means to you is that it’s worth thinking about how you use (or how you would like to use) your phone. If you have a long commute, if you listen to streamed music or have a service like Netflix at home, it could be that accessing it, across the mobile internet is something that would add value to your plan. If this is the case, you should be considering Optus prepaid, Optus postpaid, Telstra prepaid, Telstra postpaid and OVO Mobile plans. These companies lead the way when it comes to included entertainment in plans. If, however, those inclusions don’t appeal, you might want to consider the phone services that a growing number of Australians use. Smaller phone company SIMS.

 

We’re here to help you compare mobile plans

In our view, last year was the biggest year in history for Australian telco. The future looks set to deliver even more dramatic change. 5G is just around the corner, scheduled for 2020 release. That could present the phone companies with an existential risk to their pricing options on data and drive the uptake of those mobile broadband bundles we saw, as alternatives to the NBN.

And, in to this mix, comes shortly, the eSIM. The eSIM / Soft SIM / electronic SIM is, itself, the biggest bit of technological progress which has yet been made in telco. It will replace the physical SIM we are all used to buying, with a software SIM. In simple terms, that means you will no longer need to go shopping to pick up a prepaid SIM. You can change your phone company like you change your TV channel, with the press of a button. In the future, to get access to their network, you will go to settings on your iPhone and pick them from the list of options. The trend which is putting power in the hands of consumers and removing it from the phone companies is set to continue.

 

Why Buy an iPhone 7 Outright + a SIM
from a small phone company ?

Neil

Found a deal on WhatPhone


  • Bought the iPhone 7 32 GB from Apple

    $1,079

  • 24 months on Kogan x $33.30

    $799.20

  • ( = Unlimited Oz Talk & Text + 8GB of 4G Data )

Minimum Total Cost $1,878.20

On Vodafone network

Sally

Went with a Vodafone contract


  • iPhone 7 32 GB

  • 24 months contract on Vodafone x $103.00

    $2,472.00

  • ( = Unlimited Oz Talk & Text + 9GB of 4G Data )

Minimum Total Cost $2,472.00

On Vodafone network

By finding a reseller deal on WhatPhone and buying his phone outright, Neil makes a

25%

saving

 

Vaya International and Roaming Services

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Moose Mobile Data Packs

  While the vast majority of Australians access mobile data on their smartphones, other devices such as iPads, tablets, laptops, and dongles are offering SIM slots that allow them to directly connect to the internet. Most Telcos now offer SIMs to meet that need, although price and value very widely between companies. If you have

Really Though – How Will 5G Change Things ?

5G is a term more people are becoming aware of. Despite its current chaotic state, 5G is likely to transform our lives in more fundamental ways than anything since the iPhone. The world economic forum thinks it’s a fundamental step forward . They suggest that 5G could impact the world in the same way that