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Verizon launching 5G service in two cities next month, but it will cost more

[2019-03-13 13:31:41]

Verizon previously detailed that it plans on launching its 5G service in 30 cities by next year. Now it has revealed that users in Chicago and Minneapolis will be the first to use the next generation cellular standard. However, there are a couple of catches, including a price hike. The post Verizon launching 5G service in two cities next month, but it will cost more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Verizon launching 5G service in two cities next month, but it will cost more


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