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Verizon 5G Home is open for business. We are the first company to bring 5G broadband internet service to consumers. Residents of Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento can visit FirstOn5G.com Thursday at 8am ET to sign up and get more information.

In a new post, Network and Technology leader Kyle Malady distinguishes the difference between 5G and Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband. Today marks the start of Mobile World Congress Americas and we are putting Verizon 5G front and center. The Verizon Innovative Learning launched a 5G EdTech Challenge. The first-of-its-kind nationwide challenge calls for non-profits to create solutions that use 5G connectivity to solve challenges in under-resourced middle schools. And, as Hurricane Florence makes its way towards landfall, we are preparing to support the V Team and the communities it may impact.

It’s all on today’s Up To Speed. The best place to start your day.

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