Verizon lights up its 5G Home network

On Monday morning, Verizon officially began installing 5 G broadband service in some of the four cities of Sacramento, Los Angeles, Houston, Indianapolis. Carrier officially declared Clayton Harris, residents of Houston, to be the "world's first 5G customers".

This service provides a standard network speed of 300 Mbps and a peak speed of 940 Mbps.

In the initial deployment, we set up to attract cable companies' customers. Including all equipment and professional installations for the first 3 months is free. After the first three months, Verizon Wireless's existing customers will pay $ 50 a month and other customers will pay $ 70 a month. On-demand customers also benefit from free Apple TV 4K devices or Google Chromecast Ultra devices. They also have a 3 month Youtube TV for free.

"This is considered a great opportunity for customers to disconnect codes instead of existing wired services and use fixed wireless services," says Bill Stone, vice president of technology development. Plan, "ZDNet said on Monday morning.

Although Verizon does not accurately divide the number of customers that have been registered so far, a considerable interest has been given to websites Verizon has set up for potential customers several weeks ago.

Although the first customer is receiving a white glove installation service, Verizon says it is going to move to a self-installing option. With the initial introduction, Verizon can learn what customers need to install easily.

Verizon's network engineering and wireless network chief Nicki Palmer told ZDNet that Verizon's 5G home service will be "quickly followed" with 5G mobile services in many cities.

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