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Expanding 5G Home and LTE Home to serve customers near and far.
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Today’s episode is all about home and the ways Verizon is making sure more families stay connected using the most reliable network.
5G Home Expansion
For our friends in the Twin Cities, while the slow start for the Vikings may have you a bit down and out, we have some good news to brighten your day. Beginning October 1, Verizon will launch 5G Home Internet in Minneapolis & St. Paul. That means customers in a total of eight cities can now enjoy the blazing fast 5G Home Internet service.
Not only that, we’re offering newly designed hardware. Our 5G Internet Gateway is an all-in-one 5G receiver and Wifi router that lets customers experience peak speeds of up to 1 Gbps; that means multiple devices running at the same time for all their connectivity needs. The new hardware comes with a more streamlined design, greater antenna range, and augmented reality functionality for easy set up. If customers want some help, Verizon can set it up for them.
LTE Home Internet
Following a successful initial launch this summer, Verizon LTE Home Internet is expanding to cover rural parts of 189 markets in 48 states.1 This innovative home broadband internet service leverages Verizon’s award-winning 4G LTE network. Learn more here.
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