Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) has announced the expansion of its 5G internet for business to 21 cities across the US taking its presence from Los Angeles, Houston, and Chicago to cities such as Las Vegas, Detroit, Atlanta, and San Francisco.
More cities receive Verizon’s 5G Business Internet
The company is offering a ten-year price lock for new clients without data limits and plans range from 100Mbps to 400Mbps for business users in those cities. The 5G internet for business is a fixed wireless connectivity business offering that is an alternative to cable. It leverages 5G Ultra Wideband tech as the connectivity mainstay for the whole business from point of sale systems to productivity devices and professional installation is included.
The 100, 200, and 400 Mbps plans will serve Small & Medium, and Large Enterprise Businesses without data limits. The company is offering LTE Business Internet where there is no 5G Business internet to keep customers connected. The 5G Business Internet launched in Cincinnati, Anaheim, Cleveland, Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Denver, Kansas City, Miami, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Sacramento, San Jose, San Francisco, St Paul, and St Louis. The service will be available in Riverside-Corona from April 22 and other cities on a rolling basis.
Businesses to access low latency and superfast 5G internet
Tami Erwin, Verizon Business CEO, said that the 5G Business Internet is coming to new cities, and businesses of all sizes can get access to low latency, superfast speeds, and next-generation applications enabled through 5G ultra Wideband without data limits or throttling. Irwin said that the company will continue expanding its 5G Business Internet footprint to deliver competitive pricing, flexibility, and capability of its suite of services and products to more businesses across the country.
The 5G Business Internet launch comes when businesses are focusing on the transformation potential of 5G internet. The service’s launch complements the company’s digital transformation and networking tools portfolio that includes 5G mobility and 5G Edge MEC services, Blue Jeans by Verizon video platform, OneTalk voice communications, IoT, and Advanced security, services.