Each generation of cellular networks fundamentally changed the world we live in. 1G brought us the brick phone utilizing analog technology in the ‘80s. For the first time, phones became truly mobile albeit they were bulky and expensive, and limited to voice features. In the ‘90s, 2G brought us digital handsets with SMS and text messaging which made communication on-the-go possible. Phone sizes and prices shrank and adoption grew, although mostly for business and professional use. In the early 2000’s, 3G brought us online with mobile broadband integrating voice, video and data.