Bumping Up to 5G Probably Costs More
While plans can vary, few things stop telecoms from charging more whenever they can – and 5G isn’t an exception, especially after those first-year discounts end. The bottom line is that the earlier you switch to 5G, the more you might have to pay for your phone plan. And since many 5G benefits aren’t in place yet – especially with companies like AT&T that have been slower with their upgrades – you aren’t getting many advantages for paying more. Your wallet may appreciate it if you wait for a while.