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How the move to 5G could impact alarm systems and medical devices

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Starting next week, major wireless network carriers will begin shutting down older 3G networks to make room for the 5G rollout. Servaas Verbiest of Sungard Availability Services joins NBC News NOW to discuss how the move could disrupt home alarm systems and certain medical devices.