Techs that know what is happening with the initiative to get rid of landlines for voice and data see the same type of disaster. Data transfer needs are booming and the available frequencies for wireless cannot handle the load. As a country we are falling further behind in data transfer infrastructure.
Sometimes I really, really hate been right. I've been talking for years about the frailty of the net - which was never designed with security in mind. People just don't realize that uploading a bazillion bytes of data to YouTube, blockchain, cypto-currency mining, and DOS attacks have consequences. It's like driving a car a car without brakes - as long as you're driving uphill, you're fine. All you need is one 15% grade to screw up your life.