As 5G research and development and the race toward a 5G standard accelerate, there is no shortage of discussion about potential use cases and economic benefits. In a way, you’d better have a good idea of what you’re trying to achieve by launching a new G. And at the very least, you need to develop a business model that leads to some return on investment at some point in time. But the very basic question is why are we moving to 5G so fast when most subscribers don’t even have a 4G service yet? Getting out of the current mobile industry funk is a chief reason—finding something that can contribute to better economic growth is another. Please log in to read the complete insight.