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Verizon’s ‘5G’ home broadband to launch on Oct. 1, free Apple TV 4K included

Verizon announced that installation will begin on October 1st as the world's first commercial 5G deployment that is a home broadband service called Verizon 5G Home.

According to the company, Verizon 5G Home, built on Verizon's "unique 5G standard", promises a data transfer rate of approximately 300 megabits per second, in some regions approximately 1 gigabit per second It says that. For Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and some of Sacramento, the first public release is scheduled.

Although deployment is limited to the home network, it is an important first step towards the spread of mobile 5G. In order to assert the right to boast in the market, Verizon does not use industry standard 5 G in October. It is probably this decision to limit Verizon to a fixed location network. Communication company's unique 5G TF standard can only communicate with a special device (5G home router in this case).

The company is planning to move to industry standard 3GPP 5G NR technology for subsequent installations, allowing for rapid expansion to new coverage areas and later allowing for migration to mobile 5G.

Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg says: "First we encouraged other people in the ecosystem to act more quickly at all stages:" Network equipment manufacturers, device manufacturers, software developers, chipmakers' partnership has reached this important milestone I appreciate it and the whole wireless industry will be blessed. "

Customers can sign up for Verizon 5 G Home from Thursday morning through a dedicated website named FirstOn 5 G.com. These "First On 5G" users can get free service for 3 months. After that, Verizon Wireless customers on target smartphone …

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