VERIZON is expanding its 5G network in the US on January 19.
If you are one of the 20 million customers in the Greater Basin area, you may experience faster home internet speeds.
Verizon’s home internet service converts the network signal to WiFi.
This means you can get the same fast speeds as the smartphone experience on your home computers, TVs and more.
The massive rollout will give millions of people an extra broadband service option.
Verizon and T-Mobile are the only networks to offer 5G-based home internet services on such a large scale.
Connecting to Verizon 5G Home will give you 300 Mbps download speeds.
This can be up to 1 gigabit per second.
That’s the same speed as Verizon’s wired fiber service.
The new service starts at $50 per month with unlimited data for home internet.
Taxes and fees are included in that price.
Verizon is offering a few deals at the moment in the hopes of attracting more subscribers.
This includes the use of Google Nest devices and the price lock guarantee.
The January 19 extension will bring Verizon’s services to many of the country’s largest cities and partial economic regions.
The full list can be found below.
Verizon plans to expand its coverage to more areas in the future.
All Verizon plans can be viewed on its website.
Verizon Home’s 5G coverage expansion
Verizon Home’s 5G coverage will extend to many of the 900 cities in the following regions:
- New York
- Los Angeles
- San Francisco
- Orlando Florida
- Minneapolis-St. Paul
- City of San Diego
- Portland, Oregon
- Tampa, Florida
- Sacramento, California
- City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State
- St. Louis
- Las Vegas
- Salt Lake City
- San Antonio
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Nashville, Tennessee
- Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Fresno, California
- Austin, Texas
- New Orleans
- Columbus, Ohio
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Birmingham, Alabama
- Syracuse, New York
- Charlotte, North Carolina
- Rochester, New York
- Raleigh, North Carolina
- Little Rock, Arkansas
- Brownsville, Texas
- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
- Albany, New York
- Greenville, South Carolina
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