The American telecom giant Verizon has announced that 20 additional cities across the country will now get to access its 5G Ultra Wideband network in 2019. Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband is currently available in Chicago and Minneapolis.
Among the cities which will get 5G Ultra Wideband services in 2019 are: Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Boston, Cincinnati, Des Moines, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Houston, Little Rock, Memphis, Providence, San Diego, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Washington D.C.
Earlier, Verizon had announced that it would deploy 5G networks in select areas of more than 30 U.S. Cities in 2019. The company plans to roll out 5G Ultra Wideband to more cities later this year.
Verizon has also made Samsung Galaxy S10 5G available for preorder from April 25. The 5G enabled phone is available in Crown Silver and Majestic Black colors. While the 256GB Galaxy S10 5G is priced at $1,299, the 512GB Galaxy S10 5G is priced at $1,399. These phones will be available in the stores on May 16.
YH Eom, President and CEO of Samsung Electronics America said: “From the display, to the cameras, to the speed, the Galaxy S10 5G is the most powerful Galaxy S series device we’ve ever made, and it’s designed and engineered for consumers to get the very best from their wireless network.”
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