Mobile broadband and 5G is still a mess

This week saw the debut of broadband “nutrition labels” to help you understand what you’re paying for when you buy into a high-speed internet plan. You can find them posted in stores or online from companies like T-Mobile or Comcast, and any wired or wireless provider with over 100,000 customers is required to post them.

This got me thinking about the state of high-speed internet in North America — specifically how some of the biggest issues are still the same as they were years ago.