Last week, AT&T declared its next-generation 5G wireless network was up and running across much of the US, joining T-Mobile and Verizon. But which one is best for you?

Despite an onslaught of conspiracy theories that have resulted in physical damage to 5G towers, the major US carriers continue to add new 5G phones and expand their networks,” report Clifford Colby and Eli Blumenthal for tech news site Cnet on Tuesday.

“In practice, you may not see a 5G network for a while, especially if you live somewhere more rural than urban. Even if 5G is already in your area, coverage zones may be small and the reception may be iffy — the carriers say they’re constantly improving their network capacity. When the time comes, you’ll need to know which carrier gives you the most for your money.”

Check out their in-depth analysis.

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