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Verizon is sending ‘major’ 5G upgrades to 20 new cities

Verizon is sending ‘major’ 5G upgrades to 20 new cities


A few years ago, American wireless carriers made such a foolish decision to state which type of 5G you are using at any given time. This added unnecessary complexity and was probably originally created as a way to act like they were keeping up with competitors that were far ahead. good 5G rollout. Then they realized that they could use different names for 5G to sell you a data plan, and also because they could scream it in marketing materials whenever their best 5G expands.

Maybe I should give them credit, but this idea will most likely never make you, the customer, feel thrilled about your connection type, but I can confirm that I often get dizzy when I see “5G UW” or “5G”. UC icon is displayed on the status bar. And I’m pointing this out because I don’t think I’ve heard anyone in my orbit (my family and friends) mention their 5G badge or ask why there’s an extra couple of letters next to it. Instead, they give me a funny look when I notice it, and then do some speed tests.

In short, a long and winding story, I like to learn about good Rollouts of 5G networks such as Verizon and T-Mobile are ongoing. This lets me know if 5G is really getting better in my or your city, where it’s getting better, and if your connection can now compete with your home internet, or you can start doing virtual 3D open-heart surgeries while your electric car is driving. on one’s own. city, everything is powered by the same 5G. Wasn’t that a promise?

Today we’re back to share 20 more cities where Verizon says they’ve rolled out “major” 5G expansions. mid April. This next list covers everything from Los Angeles and Phoenix to Syracuse and Miami, so there’s a good chance you’ll see better 5G.

Here’s the full list of cities that have received Verizon’s 5G updates in recent weeks:

  • Columbus, Nebraska
  • Cozad, Nebraska
  • Des Moines, Iowa
  • Durham, North Carolina
  • Flint, Michigan
  • Grand Island, North Carolina
  • Hastings, Nebraska
  • Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Lansing, Michigan
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Miami, Florida
  • Nickerson, Nebraska
  • North Platte, Nebraska
  • Palm Bay, Florida
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Rockford, Illinois
  • Spaulding, Nebraska
  • Syracuse, New York
  • Tilden, North Carolina

In Phoenix, Verizon says it has “added 5G ultra-broadband service to more than 80% of customer sites,” has increased 5G millimeter wave coverage in downtown and other areas, and plans to expand spectrum before the end of this year. year. In Miami, Verizon claims that “94% of Miami customers have access to 5G Ultra Wideband service,” while Los Angeles customers should see a much more targeted expansion, which you can read about here.

If your city is listed above, this link will take you to the main list of all cities receiving improvements. Once you find your city, you can read Verizon’s review and find out where to find the best 5G.

// Verizon