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The “5G speeds into Indianapolis” edition

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Wave the checkered flag – Verizon is on the fast track to 5G. This week, we revealed that Indianapolis will be the fourth city to offer our next-generation 5G residential broadband service in the second half of 2018. Indy joins Houston, Los Angeles and Sacramento as one of the first cities to gain access to Verizon’s premier 5G service. And if that wasn’t enough, as part of our 5G residential broadband package, early adopters will get access to two of the top content-streaming platforms.

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The “5G speeds into Indianapolis” edition

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Start your engines, Indianapolis. 5G residential broadband service, with YouTube TV and Apple TV 4K, is on its way

Indianapolis is about to get a first taste of 5G. Today we announced Indianapolis as the fourth city where we will offer Verizon’s 5G residential broadband service in the second half of 2018, joining Houston, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. 

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CNBC
New York, NY
August 15, 2018

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Indianapolis, IN
August 16, 2018

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New York, NY
August 10, 2018

Forbes
New York, NY
August 8, 2018

Verizon in the local news

The Mercury News
San Jose, CA
August 9, 2018

WUSA9-TV (CBS)
Washington, D.C.
August 14, 2018

Roanoke, VA
August 8, 2018

KTVI-TV (FOX)
St. Louis, MO
August 12, 2018

WSYX/WTTE-TV (ABC/FOX)
Columbus, OH
August 12, 2018

Inside Verizon
Houston, TX
August 14, 2018

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Jeffrey Nelson leads external comms for Verizon businesses. PR strategy guy. Loves politics, tech, tennis and people who support #LGBTQ young people. 
 

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