Verizon Brings 5G to Homes in Four US Cities


If you live in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, or Sacramento, you may be able to try Verizon's "5G" home internet service for free.

United States of America cities of Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento and California will have the Verizon 5G network within the threshold of their home as promised by the telecom firm.

How much will it cost? Current Verizon customers will pay $50 a month for the service, while new customers will pay $70 a month, with no additional hardware costs. Verizon promises speeds of almost 1 gigabit, and you can order service starting this Thursday (September 13) in select markets.

Those interested in signing up for the service can do it starting tomorrow, at 8 AM ET.

Verizon 5G Home subscribers also get first dibs on purchasing new 5G mobile devices when they hit the market.

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5G is the successor technology to today's 4G wireless, promising faster data transmission and lower latency. Some people suggested that a shift to home internet on a wireless basis would see the service providers take the opportunity to add in data caps to their home broadband, but it appears that Verizon is staying away from that at the moment.

The package includes a free router, free installation, and free upgrades, similar to Verizon's existing home broadband service.

Wireless internet speed in Sacramento is about to get a whole lot faster.


Verizon will be opening 5G labs in Los Angeles, Palo Alto, Washington DC, and Waltham in addition to its New York City lab, with the carrier also announcing a successful 5G call with Ericsson and Qualcomm.

Samsung has supplied FCC-certified 5G solutions, including 5G home and outdoor router, 5G Radio (Access Unit, Digital Unit-integrated type), and virtualized radio solutions to Verizon, said Magnus Ojert, vice president, Networks Division, Samsung Electronics America. In its announcement, Verizon specifically said that customers who sign up for its fixed 5G service now are going to have to scrap all their equipment at some point in the future when Verizon's suppliers begin producing 3GPP 5G NR gear. "As a result of this initiative and ongoing collaboration, we will rapidly deliver the promise of 5G to our customers".