Indianapolis to become fourth city with 5G internet service from Verizon this year

Indianapolis will become the fourth American city to get 5G residential broadband service this year, Verizon announced this week.

The telecommunication giant, which is also America’s largest wireless provider, announced on Tuesday that Indianapolis will join Houston, Los Angeles, and Sacramento as the first cities in the country to get access to the next generation of wireless service. 5G is advertised to be 100 times faster than the 4G LTE wireless technology available today.

According to its press release, 5G home internet service will begin in the four cities by the end of the year, and Verizon is planning on beginning to provide 5G mobile services early next year.

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