Verizon 5G Home Internet: Fast enough for phones — how about your whole home?

The company’s new cellular home internet service offers the potential for gigabit downloads without data caps or contracts, and its availability is growing.

Verizon’s 5G Home Internet service first launched in 2018, and availability has surged over the past year. In September, the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul joined Sacramento, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis and Detroit on the list of regions where it’s available. Less than a month later, it came to Atlanta, Dallas, Denver and San Jose, bringing it to 12 major cities. Now, after the addition of six cities in January, 10 in March, three in Aprilseven in July and additional unveilings in September, you’ll find Verizon 5G Home Internet available in more than 50 US markets — and the number is projected to rise into 2022.

Unlike fiber, cable, DSL and other common modes of internet that get you online with a wired connection, cellular internet plans like Verizon 5G Home Internet take a fixed wireless approach. As the name suggests, that means your home will get its internet connection wirelessly by way of a receiver that picks up Verizon’s signal and broadcasts it throughout your home as a Wi-Fi network. 

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