Verizon Turns On 'World's First' 5G Network

Verizon Turns On 'World's First' 5G Network

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Verizon announced that it has turned on the 'world's first' commercial 5G network today.

Verizon’s 5G Home network, providing 5G broadband internet service, is officially live today for consumers in parts of Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento. Installations of 5G Home began this morning for “First on 5G” customers in those cities, with a resident of Houston, Clayton Harris, becoming the first 5G customer in the world.

“The world’s first commercial 5G service is here,” said Ronan Dunne, President, Verizon Wireless. “We’ve formed incredible partnerships with many of the world’s leading technology companies, the international technical standards bodies, public officials, developers and our own customers to drive the 5G ecosystem forward, faster than most had predicted. And now, actual customers. It’s been an incredible journey...and we’re just at the starting line.”

Being one of the first 5G customers gets you several perks including a free Apple TV 4K and YouTube TV for three months.

“First on 5G” Members – early adopters of 5G technology – get exclusive perks including 5G Home service free for the first three months (after that introductory period, Verizon Wireless customers with a qualifying smartphone plan will pay $50 per month for the service, while non-Verizon Wireless customers will pay $70 per month), free white glove installation and equipment, and early access to new services, including 5G mobility. 5G Home customers will also get YouTube TV free for the first three months and a free Apple TV 4K or Google Chromecast Ultra device at installation.

You can find out if 5G service is available for your home at

Verizon Turns On 'World's First' 5G Network
ichild - October 1, 2018 at 6:35pm
Lies lies lies. Only in The USA and the USA is always the last set of people on earth to get anything.
Tech Jedi
Tech Jedi - October 1, 2018 at 5:46pm
Verizon is the original Rapist when it comes to their billing.
joshWUa - October 1, 2018 at 5:32pm
Yea but last I remembered Verizon charged a testicle for their services.