The 5G Ultra Wideband network uses the high-band, ultra-wide millimeter wave spectrum to deliver the best 5G experience available today.
The ultrafast speeds and reduced lag time (a.k.a. latency) can give smartphones new capabilities for multi-player gaming on the go, streaming 4K movies and video, chatting in HD and more. And with its massive bandwidth, 5G Ultra Wideband will be able to support many more devices of the future.
5G Ultra Wideband is available only in parts of select cities. Learn more about 5G Ultra Wideband availability.
5G Nationwide uses a different, low-band spectrum that involves Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS). DSS technology lets 5G service run simultaneously with 4G LTE on multiple spectrum bands.
With DSS, if you move outside Verizon's high-band Ultra Wideband coverage area, your 5G-enabled devices stay on 5G technology using the lower bands. By deploying both technologies together, Verizon can use its full portfolio of current spectrum resources to serve both 4G and 5G customers, maximizing your 5G experiences on the Verizon network.
5G Nationwide is available in 2,700+ cities. Learn more about 5G Nationwide.
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5G Nationwide and Ultra Wideband mobile networks FAQs
5G is the fifth and latest generation of mobile network technology. Learn about using Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband and 5G Nationwide networks.
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