Verizon 5G Home Internet now available in 30 cities with average speeds of 300 Mbps – 9to5Mac
Verizon has expanded its 5G Home Internet service today with the latest cities being Milwaukee and Tampa. The service is now available across 30 US cities, has no data cap, and the carrier says users can expect average speeds of 300 Mbps.
5G Home Internet has arrived in more cities. Beginning April 8, customers in parts of Milwaukee and Tampa can sign up for 5G Home Internet, the blazing fast broadband service ideal for people working remotely, schooling at home or streaming their favorite shows. With the addition of these new cities, Verizon’s 5G Home Internet is now available in 30 markets.
The service offers self-setup, no data cap or throttling, and Verizon says users can get speeds up to 1 Gbps with “typical download speeds of 300 Mbps.”
It looks like 2021 is the year 5G home internet will really branch out as T-Mobile just launched its service yesterday. Coverage for more and more cities should become available throughout the year from the major US carriers.