Verizon has announced an expansion of its newly launched LTE Home Internet service, with the network footprint now reaching 189 regions across 48 states. As of Thursday, Verizon said, the service is available in some rural areas of every US state except Alaska and Vermont.
Verizon launched the new LTE Home service in July, aiming to bring better home internet services to people living in rural areas. It was initially launched in parts of Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky.
The 4G LTE home internet service costs $40 a month for existing Verizon cell phone customers, or $60 a month for non-Verizon customers. It provides download speeds of around 25Mbps and peak download speeds of up to 50Mbps, the carrier says.
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You can check online to see if it’s available in your area.
Verizon’s 5G Home service is now also available in eight cities, after expanding to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, on Thursday. It’s also live in Sacramento, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis and Detroit, and it’ll be available in two more cities by the end of this year, Verizon says.