I personally don't expect the fixed wireless play by cellular providers to be a huge success in the long term. My parents tried Verizon's, and, even with "full signal" at their house, they only got about 50Mb down compared to the standard 300Mb from Spectrum (of which they only see about 110Mb). They cancelled after a couple weeks of sluggish Internet. 5G really only provides enough speed with mmWave frequencies which don't propagate far and don't pass through walls. Compared to a hardwired connection, it is going to suck in a majority of locations, especially for any household with children.
I've had T-Mobile 5G home internet for over a year now, it's faster, more reliable and half the price of Cox. I got it because Cox kept dropping out during the day, had a service call and they tried to tell me it was the coax inside the house that I had replaced during a remodel in 2015. Switched and couldn't be happier.