It’s 2018, and a lot of major network company’s are already providing their first 5G networks. Further, Verizon has now switched on the first 5G network today, and this initially covers for US cities. So, the new 5G networks in the US will deliver fast internet to homes without the need of cables.
Now, the 5G network arrives in the form of routers that will deliver about 300Mbps speeds. Verizon consumers in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento can now be one of the early adopters of 5G networks. One Clayton Harris of Houston gets the bragging rights of being the first 5G customer in the world.
Further, if you already have a Verizon phone plan, the new 5G network will cost you $50 a month. And, in case you are not a member you have to pay $70 a month. Now, that is after the free three month promo period runs out.
For the early birds, Verizon is including a free Apple TV 4K or Google Chromecast Ultra on which they can watch YouTube TV. Verizon experts will install the routers to ensure the full Wi-Fi coverage of your homes. Now, If that sounds great, you can direct to FirstOn5G.com to see if you can hop on board.
Remember that this is a fixed wireless access solution and it will replace the cables at your home. The 5G-enabled smartphones are on the way too, and once available you can enjoy similar services on 5G members before other users.