Verizon’s new wireless home broadband, launching on Oct. 1 in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento, will come with no caps, no throttling, and no deprioritization.
LOS ANGELES—Verizon has plenty of room to deliver the wireless home broadband experience everyone really wants, chief network officer Nicki Palmer told us at Mobile World Congress Americas today.
That means Verizon 5G Home—launching on Oct. 1 in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento—will offer all you can eat speeds over 300Mbps with no caps, throttles, or deprioritization, at $50 per month for Verizon Wireless customers and $70 per month for others.
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What about rural 5G? Verizon is focusing on mmWave 5G, that is not the best technology for rural applications.