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dlr5288
dlr5288
3/21/2016 8:26:39 PM
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Re: 5G?
Yes I agree!

I think by the time "7G" or "8G" are an actual thing it's going to have a different name or go by something else. It's exciting to see where it will go though. People always want things faster and quicker than before so I know speed will be a big difference.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
3/21/2016 6:38:13 PM
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Re: 5G?
Yes, I hope so!

I can't wait to see what new advances come along with 5G. I think it's going to be a huge progress in technology and I just hope it upholds to all the expectations.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
3/18/2016 9:04:09 AM
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Re: 5G?
Actually, I suspect that by the time we get to what we might call "7G" or "8G," we'll probably be calling it something else altogether -- and the technology will be worlds different.

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batye
batye
3/1/2016 3:20:36 AM
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Re: 5G?
@elizabethv  Good solid point, I could not agree more... but how I see it this is the way of technology race we are in :).... what ever we wants it or not...

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batye
batye
3/1/2016 3:19:15 AM
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Re: 5G?
@dlr5288  I would say 5G is the new future - here to stay... it only need time :) 

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batye
batye
3/1/2016 3:17:47 AM
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Re: Is it really the Big Prize?
@Joe Stanganelli  I could not agree more but also in my mind AT&T does still have few good cards left... 

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dlr5288
dlr5288
2/29/2016 10:18:35 PM
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Re: 5G?
Good points.

Yes, it seems very unlikely that we'll be able to move that fast in 2026, but you never know. I agree, however that 5G is something that many people, including myself, is enchanted by. It seems so much more powerful and advanced than 4G.

I'm excited to see where 5G goes and how much longer it will take to even move past 5G. Right now though 5G seems like an incredible feat.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
2/29/2016 10:03:05 PM
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Re: 5G?
That's a good point, Elizabeth.  I suspect that by that point, we might be looking at entirely new technology.

On the other hand, ten years isn't really that far away.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
2/28/2016 8:20:25 AM
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Re: 5G?
I'm not sure if we'll be wanting 8G by 2026.... Look at how long it has taken us to get from 4 to 5G. Maybe looking ahead to it, but I doubt it will actually be a thing by 2026. For some people, the concept of 5G still seems pretty mesmorizing. (And technically, since it isn't even really available, that's understandable.) From the point of view of a typical consumer, not a techy, the possibilities of 5G might seem pretty unreal. A think most people just use their phones to enjoy them, and the latest advances don't really catch on until more knowledgeable people have paved the way for the advancements. 

Do you have any thoughts about what even 6G might look like, for the typical consumer? Just curious. 

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
2/25/2016 12:22:17 AM
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Re: Is it really the Big Prize?
I think you have more faith in Millennials than AT&T and I do.  ;)

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