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Verizon’s ‘LTE Home Internet’ goes live; coverage to reach 48 states

6 Oct 2020

Following a successful pilot project this summer, Verizon Communications has announced that its ‘LTE Home Internet’ network is in the process of being expanded to cover rural parts of 189 markets in 48 states. Alaska and Vermont are currently outside of the telco’s footprint. The new service is priced at USD40 a month for Verizon Wireless customers and USD60 a month for non-Verizon Wireless customers and supports download speeds of up to 25Mbps (50Mbps in selected locations).

Frank Boulben, Senior Vice President of Consumer Marketing and Products at Verizon, commented: ‘It’s clear the need for connectivity has never been greater during these challenging times, that’s why today, we’re expanding LTE Home Internet to even more customers in rural areas of America who may not have access to broadband internet.’

United States, Verizon Communications

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