How the FCC is trying to pave the way for widespread 5G technology



President Trump announced Friday efforts to boost the development of a new frontier of high-speed mobile networks. Known as 5G, as in the fifth generation of cellular networks, this technology could potentially offer speeds up to 100 times higher than those currently available. Amna Nawaz has been talking to Ajit Pai, president of the FCC, about how the government is paving the way for businesses to offer 5G coverage.

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