5G in Indy: The best thing since sliced bread.

By: Verizon Up To Speed

Join us today for a Facebook Live event from our next 5G city (and the home of sliced bread) Indianapolis. 

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On today’s Up To Speed:

We’re getting ready for our Facebook Live event from one of our stores in Indy, today at 11 AM ET, with Wireless leader Ronan Dunne and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett. Hear about the excitement surrounding the announcement and more about our partnership with YouTube and Apple.

Do you talk the talk?

Each week, we’re sharing a tip on social (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) about how to talk the 5G talk. This week, it’s the difference between “the Gs”. 1G was about voice. 2G introduced text messaging. 3G was all about data and apps. And 4G LTE is the mobile everything we enjoy today. 5G will massively increase speed and bandwidth.

Today is the day you can purchase the new Moto z3, the first 5G-upgradable smartphone. Apple Music is now free for six months if you’re an Unlimited customer and don’t miss your chance to win one of our August accessories.

The Rundown: Three facts about Indy that might not make you any smarter, but they’re fun to know.

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