The jump to LTE speeds is nothing short of mindblowing. This isn't an incremental jump -it's a quantum leap in the ability to stream data. To the point you have to wonder 'what's next?' once LTE coverage is truly widespread. A lot of the arms race from the telco's has been to fuel bigger better networks. First with voice, now with data. But LTE gives you speeds you can literally stream HD content with no buffering. What more do we really need? What could you do with 5G that you can't do now. It's similar to home brandband...at some point the pipe is plenty wide enough. There is no compelling reason to pay for 100Mb/sec down for your home network if you're getting 20 at home. Without the push for bigger, better faster, you'd wonder if the telco's would be forced to really compete on price/service. That would truly be a boon to users.