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Verizon Has Done It, 31 Cities Now With 5G Network

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Early this year, Verizon had a goal of rolling out its 5G network to 30 cities in the country. The number seemed to be pretty ambitious for the company, especially since they slowly launched the network in various parts of the U.S. But since last week, Big Red has been rolling out its 5G network to different cities every day. And true enough, they have reached their goal a week before the end of 2019.

To be exact, Verizon's 5G network is now live in 31 cities. The latest rollout was in three cities, namely Columbus, OH, Hampton Roads, VA, and Cleveland, OH. Here is a list of where you can experience 5G network in those cities:


  • Cleveland: Parts of Clark-Fulton, Downtown, West Boulevard, FirstEnergy Stadium, Progressive Field, and Great Lakes Science Center
  • Columbus: Downtown, Easton, Easton Town Center, Italian Village, John Glenn Columbus International Airport (Main Ticketing Area), Lewis Center, OSU College of Architecture, OSU College of Engineering, OSU Wexner Medical Center, Polaris, Polaris Town Center, and The Ohio State University
  • Hampton Roads: Parts of Chesapeake, Downtown Norfolk, Hampton, Newport News, Old Dominion University, Virginia Beach Oceanfront, Crossways Shopping Center, Hampton Coliseum, Peninsula Town Center, S.B. Ballard Stadium, Scope Coliseum, The Boardwalk, and Virginia Beach Hilltop Shopping Center

With these three cities, Verizon's 5G network can now be experienced in a total of 31 cities. The list of cities include: Atlanta, Boise, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Des Moines, Detroit, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids, Greensboro, Hampton Roads, Hoboken, Houston, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Minneapolis, New York City, Omaha, Panama City, Phoenix, Providence, Salt Lake City, Sioux Falls, Spokane, St. Paul, Washington D.C.

It's exciting to see what Verizon has lined up for 2020. 


Source: PhoneDog 

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  1. I would be more concerned with the quality of the already established 4G LTE and voice network than pushing out 5G like ones life depended on it. That goes for ALL carriers.

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  2. Bragging rights. In Miami they have 5G at the airport and across the street. According to their map. I looked at Dallas and Denver and it appears to be the same limited coverage.

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  3. Cant trust Verizon. All they do is brag non truths. Been that way for many years. And they treat their workers with little respect.

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