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Here's how the wireless spectrum is divided up in the US

A commuter uses his mobile phone in New York, December 12, 2013. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

The long awaited move to 5G is a hot topic in the telecommunications world. Image: REUTERS/Eric Thayer

Nick Routley
Creative Director and Writer, Visual Capitalist
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