I've got a special on foil if your interestedIt seems that the generic answer here would be to say "5G home WiFi because its a super fast and stable internet connection with a home-connected plug and play solution connecting Wi-Fi-enabled devices with average speeds of 50Mbps and maximum speeds of up to 500Mbps with enough data to do all daily internet activity as well as data to use for big downloads during off peak" but to be honest, my current connection is fine and I am not entirely sure that the 5G network is necessary - Hardell: “The fifth generation (5G) of radio frequency radiation is now being developed. This is done without dosimetric determination or study of the possible health effects. The media praise in particular all the possibilities that this technology promises to offer, such as the self-propelled car and Internet of Things (IoT). The consequences for the health of humans, plants and animals are not discussed at all. Politicians, governments and the media are responsible for unbalanced information. Ordinary people are not informed of conflicting opinions about this technological development. Health effects from radio frequency radiation are a non issue in the media, at least in Sweden, but also in most other countries”.
I may be unpopular and my entry thrown out, but I have always respected the honest content from mybroadband and would like to follow the ethos.