Initially, probably not. 5G is expected to support a minimum of at least 100Mb/s yet be capable of speeds as high as 10Gb/s. The mobile infrastructure won’t be able to support hundreds of millions of people accessing the network at this top speed, at least early on and this is fine in most situations. Today, for example, watching video is the most bandwidth-intensive smartphone application, but it doesn’t consume anywhere near 10Gb/s because there are only so many pixels in a smartphone screen to populate. With that bandwidth, who knows what future applications will be possible.