4G home broadband is an internet service for your home that uses a 4G connection (like your smartphone does) rather than a more typical ‘fixed line’ (generally delivered through your landline and/or a fibre optic cable). 5G home broadband is much the same, except it can tap into faster 5G networks, allowing for higher speed internet.
There are a number of benefits to 5G and 4G home broadband. For one thing, as the data isn’t sent through your landline, you don’t need a landline. This is a potentially big deal as many people rarely use their landline for calls these days, keeping it simply because it’s a requirement for their internet. So by taking it out of the equation you can also remove line rental costs.
While smartphones keep getting better, one aspect that can sometimes seem forgotten about is battery life, with many handsets prioritising slimmer builds over big batteries.