Enjoy mobile gaming in super-fast 5G Ultra Wideband

If you’re into FPS games you know there’s nothing worse than going nearly beating the final boss when, unfortunately, high “lag” suddenly slows you down. You can avoid a high ping-rate by gaming on super-fast Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband.1 You can experience faster mobile gaming experiences and get a leg-up on your online competition.

How Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband impacts mobile gaming.

Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband is up to 10x faster than what you have now2, so your downloads can take a fraction of the time3 and you can game with ultra-low lag. With this low latency, 5G Ultra Wideband offers a smooth gaming experience even when mobile gaming. 

Can Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband help your gaming experience?

In short, yes. Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband offers high speeds, low latency and massive capacity to take your gaming experience to the next level. Plus, Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband is faster and safer than public Wi-Fi4. So not only can you say goodbye to slow speeds when you need to get online, on the go… you can be your own hotspot and worry less about hackers or snoopers. 

Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband also is becoming available in more areas–it is currently in over 1,700 U.S. cities and growing. This means you can game on the go in more areas than ever before with the ultra-fast speeds Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband offers.

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5G devices for mobile gaming.

If you’re looking for devices that work for mobile gaming, many smartphones that can connect to 5G Ultra Wideband are now available for purchase. From the new iPhone 13 series to Samsung’s latest Galaxy series and beyond, you have a number of great options for mobile gaming that enable users to connect to super-fast Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband and game on the go.

Popular mobile games.

If you’re looking to get started, check out the most popular mobile games. According to Gamer, they include:

  • Mario Kart Tour 

  • Mario Run 

  • Pokemon Go

  • Marvel Contest of Champions

  • PUBG Mobile

  • Among Us

… and many more. Some of them are mobile-forward games, like Among Us and the AR “go out and catch them all” game Pokemon Go, while others bring popular traditional console gaming experiences to your mobile device, like in the case of PUBG Mobile or the range of Mario games now available for mobile devices. 

Additionally, the recent emergence of XBOX Cloud Gaming allows you to play digital XBOX games across a range of devices. If you want to enjoy XBOX Cloud Gaming with more console-like gameplay (even on the go), you can check out gaming accessories like this wired mobile game controller

If you’re looking for console-quality gaming on your phone or tablet, Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband gives you the option to game on the go with ultra low lag. Shop Verizon 5G plans here, and game on!

Frequently Asked Questions

5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology. It can provide higher speed, lower latency and greater capacity than 4G LTE networks.

Ping rate (also referred to as “latency”) essentially means the time it takes for information from your computer (or console, or other device) to reach the intended server. High ping rate can cause lag and other issues when gaming, while low ping rate (or low latency) makes for a smoother gaming experience.

Typical internet speeds for a workable gaming should be around 3 Mbps download speeds, and around 1-2 Mbps upload speeds. Wondering what speed your existing internet has to offer? Test your internet speed here.

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1. 5G Ultra Wideband available in select areas. 5G Nationwide available in 2700+ cities.

2. Comparison is to median Verizon 4G LTE speeds.

3. Download speeds may vary depending upon network and coverage conditions, and content optimization for 5G Ultra Wideband.

4. Public Wifi speeds from March 2021 based on Opensignal independent analysis of measurements recorded during the period December 19, 2020 – March 19, 2021 © Opensignal Limited.