One of the largest telecommunications companies in the States, Verizon Wireless, has been working tirelessly to expand its 5G network. Verizon already had high-speed 5G in five cities and has now added four more to the ever-increasing list.
The new four cities are Indianapolis, Atlanta, Detroit, and Washington DC. Similar to the previous five cities — Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, Providence, and St. Paul — these four cities, too, will have restricted access, meaning you won’t get 5G in every nook and corner of these cities.
As per Verizon, these areas are under its 5G umbrella:
- Arsenal Heights
- Bates Hendricks
- Crown Hill
- Fountain Square
- Grace Tuxedo Park
- Historic Meridian Park
- Lockerbie Square
- Ransom Place
- Renaissance Place
- St. Joseph Historical Neighborhood
- Upper Canal
- Woodruff Place
- Tech Square
- Troy, including areas around the Oakland-Troy Airport
Like the other five cities, these four cities will also make use of Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband, which doesn’t work as well through buildings or walls but is super fast.
The company is determined to expand its 5G network to up 30 cities by the end of 2019, including Houston, Kansas City, Boston, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Phoenix, San Diego, Salt Lake City, and Charlotte.