Making 5G Home matter where it matters most — in your community.

By: Andrew Testa
Manager - Corporate Communications

Our teams are talking up Home on local news from coast to coast.

Full Transparency

Our editorial transparency tool uses blockchain technology to permanently log all changes made to official releases after publication. However, this post is not an official release and therefore not tracked. Visit our learn more for more information.

Learn more

We know Verizon 5G Home Internet is changing the game, and our teams are working hard to make sure those living in 5G Home areas can't avoid it!

Check out some of the following stories from local markets across the country for a sense of the level of interest in 5G Home.

In Detroit, FOX-TV reporter Derek Kevra had a firsthand look as he test drove a 5G Home router in his own home. Verizon Communications Director Steve Van Dinter was on hand to answer any questions. "Think about the old way with wires coming into your house," Steve said. "I need you to forget about wires being the thing that you need. The wireless 5G service from outside your house acts as a virtual wire."

Not only did Derek call it magic, he said it just might have saved his marriage. Have a look at Derek’s Detroit segment.

Members of the Verizon communications team have also been spreading the word in other markets, including a “Step up their tech” segment featuring 5G Home on A New Day Cleveland (FOX).

In Sacramento, we stopped by Studio 40 (FOX) to show how Verizon makes it easier to stay connected without breaking the bank.

In Chicago, we showed WGN’s Daytime Chicago how Verizon Home Internet is an affordable new option. We also talked to WBIG-AM in Chicago about all the ways 5G Home Internet can improve your connectivity.

We didn’t leave out the Desert Southwest either, stopping by Sonoran Living (ABC-Phoenix) to show how 5G Home is a game-changer. We also chatted with KFNN-AM MoneyTalk Radio about 5G Home Internet in Phoenix.

And then it was off to Florida to show the Sunshine State how 5G Home can brighten their day. Stop included Tampa’s Morning Blend (ABC).

It’s clear that 5G Home is buzz-worthy, and as local news stations share all that the new router offers, viewers are getting excited about the tremendous value offered.

V Team, go to VZWeb to join the conversation

Related Articles


You’ll want to shoot some photos as the sun and moon slow dance across the horizon. These are our tips on how you can get epic eclipse pics on your smartphone.


In celebration of Black History Month, we’re spotlighting black-owned small businesses like Denette Braud’s award-winning Braud’s Funnel Cake Cafe.