AT&T to Offer WAY Expensive 5G In 7 More U.S. Cities Despite Little Interest and Predicted Lawsuits

By B.N. Frank

5G is being installed all over the U.S. despite the telecom industry’s inability to provide proof that it’s safe and research that says it isn’t (see 1, 2).

In some parts of Sacramento, CA, it’s already been installed and few have subscribed to it.  Instead many are fighting to have it removed immediately because they are being affected by exposure.

Americans everywhere – including doctors, environmentalists, security experts, the U.S. Navy, utility companies and more – are trying to stop 5G installation for a variety of valid reasons.  Regardless, telecom companies continue to promote and install it anyway because they canEven more brazen – telecoms  are charging extra for those who subscribe  despite the fact that American taxpayers have unknowingly been paying for this nightmare all along.

From RCRWireless:

. . . . While free to select early adopters “for at least 90 days,” according to AT&T, the Nighthawk hot spot costs $499 upfront with a 5G data plan that includes 15 GB of data for $70 per month. The carrier highlighted two customers–a construction firm and an architecture outfit, with the former using the new network to transfer data from sites and the latter for collaboration-type applications.

Activist Post regularly covers increasing 5G opposition in the U.S. and worldwide.  For more information, visit our archives and the following websites:

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