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Verizon enters the rural home Internet market with 4G wireless

July 30, 2020

Via: Fortune

Verizon announced a modest entry into the rural home Internet market with a service using its 4G LTE wireless network in three areas.

The service is available starting on Thursday in Savannah, Ga., Springfield, Mo., and Tri Cities, Tenn., Va., and Ky. Offering download speeds of up to 50 megabits per second, the service costs $60 per month or $40 if the customer is also a Verizon wireless phone subscriber. Verizon also adds a $10 per month charge for the required router.

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