Hoosier favorite internet provider?
Indianapolis residents share their love and excitement for 5G Home Internet.
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For today’s episode of Up To Speed, we traveled to the “Crossroads of America,” where members of our communications team staged a fun Mix & Mingle event in downtown Indianapolis. V Teamers Andy Choi, Steve Van Dinter, Chris Serico and Andrew Testa shared the benefits of 5G Home internet with prospective customers.
The locals were thrilled, to say the least.
“For my husband working from home full time; me, having to be home during all these e-learning days; and a toddler playing on a tablet; we have to have reliable internet,” noted podcaster Mel McMahon. “Having the best is the only way to go.”
Summer Hudson, an Indianapolis real estate agent, emphasized the importance of a strong, reliable internet connection for her clients: “People are saying ‘Look, if I can’t get internet service in this house in Indiana, I’m not buying it, because I can’t do my work.’ So, it’s becoming more important for that connectivity for the buyers.”
5G Home Internet is the only internet powered by 5G Ultra Wideband, providing a fast and reliable alternative to traditional broadband. And since 5G Home is wireless, there’s no need for cables to provide in-home Wi-Fi. With very high capacity and very low lag-time, you can smoothly stream video, video chat and game.
“It’s quick. It’s fast. You can connect a lot of devices,” raved lifestyle expert Mike Gillis. “Verizon is one of those brands that is truly respected.”
The love for 5G Home Internet that the team witnessed in Indy is also being shared by customers from across the country. Interested? Check availability in your neck of the woods.