Verizon 5G Home Internet adds three more cities to its coverage area
After announcing two additions just a week prior, the provider tacks on cities in Georgia, Tennessee and Washington.
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The service costs $70 a month, including all fees, taxes, equipment and installation. If you're a Verizon mobile customer, that monthly fee drops to $50. New Verizon 5G Home Internet customers currently get the additional perks of a Google Nest Hub Max, a $100 bill credit, and free Disney Plus and AMC Plus for 12 months.
Verizon 5G Home Internet is now available in parts of 65 cities across the country.