I'm working on an article about 5G - it is becoming increasingly, exasperatingly long - and one of the major themes I'm finding is that new mobile technology is often touted as being the silver bullet for a problem with existing technology. For example: my AT&T LTE service here in Los Angeles sucks, like sub-1Mbps up and down speeds outside not next to a tall building. I've started using HSPA+ more and more just to avoid LA's ultra-congested AT&T LTE network - it's that bad in my area. 5G, of course, promises to fix all of this (I won't get into the hows and whys here - that's what the article is for).
So I got to thinking: how common is my experience? Is your mobile data quite mobile indeed, or is your 4G (or 3G) more like 4-gah? This weekend's poll is all about our subjective satisfaction, so there are no pesky numbers to deal with. Just vote your feelings, and discuss in the comments below.