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Verizon has officially announced its 5G network is now available nationwide. Among the first Android phones to support both networks is the Motorola One 5G.
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What cities have access to Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband speeds and service? Which phones support the growing network? Here's a handy primer on both!
Verizon adds Los Angeles to its list of cities with 5G Ultra Wideband service, bringing the total to 19 markets. Read more about the news here.
Verizon finally gives subscribers and prospective customers a chance to see where its 5G network is available. The carrier has maps for individual cities.
Verizon's 5G network has gone live in another three cities as the carrier pushes forward with its goal of hitting 30 markets by the end of 2019.
Verizon is halfway to its goal of hitting 30 markets with 5G coverage. Dallas, TX and Omaha, NE are the latest two cities to receive the ultra-fast speeds.
Customers living in NYC, Panama City, and Boise can take advantage of Verizon 5G as the network expands to thirteen total cities.
Verizon brings its 5G mmWave to New York City, making it the 11th US city with ultra-fast data. Which parts of NYC offer next-gen speeds?
Just in time for the 2019 NFL season, Verizon brings its 5G network speeds and capabilities to more than one dozen stadiums.
Phoenix, AZ becomes the tenth US city to have access to Verizon's 5G Ultra-Wideband speeds. The carrier is also working with Boingo to expand coverage, too.
Verizon 5G coverage arrives in Washington DC, Atlanta, Detroit, and Indianapolis, essentially doubling the footprint on its way to 30 markets in 2019.
Verizon's 5G network goes live on April 11 with select parts of Chicago and Minneapolis getting the ultra-fast wireless data speeds.
In today's edition of In Brief, Verizon launches its 5G Home service, Google releases the October security update, and more renders show up for upcoming devices.