Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband Enters AT&T’s Home Turf
With its latest expansion into parts of Dallas and Omaha, Verizon’s 5G network site in 15 cities nationwide.
Verizon has unleashed its 5G Ultra Wideband technology in two more US cities. Dallas and Omaha subscribers are joining the network’s 5G rollout, increase the total number of US cities with at least a dozen accessions.
Reducing delays technology speeds up downloads this is an advantage for users as they can download large files such as movies and TV shows in seconds instead of minutes, at high speeds and ultra-low lag time also extend to business applications.
AT&T, by the way, is based in Dallas and also operates its own 5G network in the city
In both US cities, Verizon has decided to focus on specific areas. Verizon deployed its technology in high-traffic locations to test reliability. Still, Verizon need its customers to purchase 5G-enables connected devices as 4G LTE connectivity remains dominant. With the next few years, Verizon and its competitors are likely to introduce smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and other types of hardware as 5G taken over.
”Customers in Dallas and Omaha become the latest to experience the super-fast download speeds delivered by our 5G Ultra Wideband building 5G right to enable unique experiences for our customers.”
The 5G Ultra Wideband technology is already live Atlanta, Boise, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, New York City, Panama City, Phoenix, Providence, St. Paul, and Washington, DC.
Verizon says it’ll continue expanding to additional cities through the end of 2019 and into next year.