After Minneapolis, Chicago, Denver, and Providence, Verizon has added St. Paul, Minnesota to its ever-growing 5G City list.
Similar to the other four 5G cities, St. Paul’s 5G coverage, too, is restricted. According to the telecom giant, “Parts of Downtown, Lowertown and West Seventh neighborhoods around such landmarks as the Minnesota Children’s Museum, the Minnesota Museum of American Art, the Fitzgerald Theater, Cathedral Hill Park and the Alexander Ramsey House” will have 5G coverage.
The company has also launched the “first business-ready 5G device” in Inseego MiFi M1000 hotspot. As per the company, the device can connect with up to 15 devices simultaneously and can work flawlessly on 4G LTE, as well.
The $649.99 device, can be bought for $27.08/mo on a 24-month plan or for $499 if you agree to a two-year contract. Coming to data, Verizon will give current unlimited customers 50GB of 5G data and 15GB of 4G LTE data for only $30/mo.
If you’re not on Verizon, you’ll have to shell out $85/mo for connected device-only 5G plans.