According to experts, the range of 5G connectivity is not very far. Frequency waves are capable of traveling only a short distance. The fact is that 5G frequencies can be obstructed by obstacles such as trees, towers, walls and buildings. The only way to avoid this is to increase the number of 5G towers, which can solve this problem. However, this solution costs a lot.
Large investment required on rollout
It costs a lot to develop 5G infrastructure or upgrade existing cellular infrastructure. This amount is further compounded by the maintenance cost of equipment required for high-speed connectivity. The companies are likely to recover this increased cost from the customers. However, 5G companies can reduce their costs by collaborating with each other and using each other’s 5G towers.
Access limits in villages
As we mentioned that the web length of 5G internet is very less, so 5G tower can cover a lot of people due to dense population in cities. But in villages the situation is just the opposite. It will not be easy for companies to install more towers in villages to cover the entire population. In such a situation, very few population in the villages will get the benefit of this 5G service.
5G internet will reduce battery life
Most parts of the mobile will work with 5G speed, due to which the battery consumption in the mobile will also be higher than before. In such a situation, its direct effect will be on the battery life of the mobile and the battery life will be reduced.