Launched in 2018, Verizon 5G Home Internet has consistently grown its presence across major cities throughout the United States like Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, and San Jose. Today, Verizon 5G Home Internet is available to more than 30 million homes across America, with plans for continued expansion to metropolitan areas in Boise, Grand Rapids, and El Paso. As this modern internet connection type continues to grow, so does the possibility for residents to access higher speed internet than their current, slower options such as DSL or even dial-up.
Verizon 5G Home Internet Plans and Pricing
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Verizon offers two 5G Home Internet plans: 5G Home for $50 per month and 5G Home Plus for $70 per month. The extra $20 for Verizon 5G Home Internet Plus will give you a three-year price guarantee, Verizon Cloud Unlimited storage, and one year of Disney Plus. The Verizon 5G Home plan comes with a two-year price guarantee. Each 5G service comes with a Wi-Fi 6 router and unlimited data.
|Plan Name||Download Speed||Starting Price||Data Cap|
|5G Home||Up to 300 Mbps||$50 per month w/ Auto Pay||Unlimited data|
|5G Home Plus||Up to 1 Gbps||$70 per month w/ Auto Pay||Unlimited data|
While Verizon 5G Home Internet plans start at $50 per month as a stand-alone service, you can get 50 percent off any Verizon 5G Home Internet plan when you bundle it with select Verizon Wireless 5G mobile plans. T-Mobile, the other popular 5G Home internet provider, offers their plan starting at $50 per month as well. However, perks with T-Mobile 5G Home Internet differ considerably from Verizon. Your choice between these two providers may simply come down to availability.
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Verizon 5G Home Internet Speeds
Verizon 5G Home is an attractive option for many customers, especially those who don’t currently have access to cable or fiber internet technologies. This is because it provides download speeds up to 1 Gbps without any dependency on a wired connection. Upload speeds aren’t as impressive, averaging around 50 Mbps compared to the 880 Mbps upload speeds you might enjoy with services like Verizon Fios fiber internet service. That said, even though you could potentially reach the gigabit limit with this service, Verizon 5G Home Internet typically maintains download speeds of around 300 Mbps.