July 30, 2021
Verizon 5G network coverage expands to four more cities

Verizon Announces Expansion of its New 5G Network to these Four Cities

Verizon has launched 5G coverage in four more cities across the US, bringing the total number up to nine having the next-gen connection…

Telecommunication company Verizon has expanded its 5G coverage to four more cities: Atlanta, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Washington, DC. This marks nine all-total, with previous cities getting the next-gen connections in Denver, Providence, St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Chicago.

Verizon 5G Network Coverage Expands to Atlanta, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Washington DC

Now that 5G through Verizon is available in additional markets, people have reported experiencing very fast speeds of up to a gigabit per second.

Although, reliability of coverage remains somewhat problematic. People must be within specific locations for it to work and entering buildings cuts it off.

Here’s the guidance Verizon gives about its 5G new points of accessibility:

“In Washington DC, consumers, businesses and government agencies can initially access Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband service in areas of Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, Cardozo / U Street, Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, Le Droit Park, Georgetown Waterfront, Judiciary Square, Shaw, Eckington, NOMA, National Mall and the Smithsonian, Gallery Place / Chinatown, Mt. Vernon Square, Downtown, Penn Quarter, Brentwood, Southwest Waterfront, Navy Yard, and nearby Crystal City, VA, as well as around landmarks such as the Ronald Reagan National Airport, United States Botanical Gardens, Hart Senate Building, National Gallery of Art, Lafayette Square, The White House, Freedom Plaza, Farragut Square, George Washington University, Capital One Arena, Union Station, Howard University Hospital, George Washington University Hospital, and Georgetown Waterfront Park.”

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