With a true 5G phone now available, Verizon’s next-gen network hits a milestone


Back in March, AT&T’s real mobile 5G network (not the 5G Evolution service which is really LTE-Advanced) was the first in the U.S. to hit a download data speed of 1Gbps. Roughly six weeks later, the network hit a fresh peak with a download data speed over 2Gbps. The service, available in 19 markets, must be accessed using a Netgear Nighthawk mobile 5G hot spot.
Meanwhile, Verizon’s mobile 5G service launched last month and has been limited to two cities, Chicago and Minneapolis. By the end of the year, Big Red hopes to have the service available in 30 markets. …

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