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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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Verizon 5G Home is expanding its footprint. 
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Verizon's 5G Home Internet service has spread to three additional cities, the company said Thursday. Addresses within Athens, Georgia, Knoxville, Tennessee and Tacoma, Washington, will now be able to access Verizon 5G Home Internet, which features average download speeds of 300Mbps to 940Mbps.

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.

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Verizon 5G Home Internet is now available in parts of 65 cities across the country. 

Akron, Ohio Cincinnati Fremont, California Little Rock, Arkansas Omaha, Nebraska San Jose, California
Albuquerque, New Mexico Cleveland Fresno, California Los Angeles Orlando Sarasota, Florida
Arlington, Texas Columbia, South Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Louisville, Kentucky Pensacola, Florida Seattle
Anaheim, California Columbus, Ohio Gresham, Oregon Memphis, Tennessee Phoenix Spokane, Washington
Ann Arbor, Michigan Dallas Hartford, Connecticut Miami Raleigh, North Carolina St. Louis
Athens, Georgia Dayton, Ohio Houston Milwaukee, Wisconsin Riverside, California St. Paul, Minnesota
Atlanta Denver Indianapolis Minneapolis, Minnesota Sacramento, California St. Petersburg, Florida
Austin, Texas Des Moines, Iowa Jacksonville, Florida Nashville Salt Lake City Tacoma, Washington
Birmingham, Alabama Detroit Kansas City, Missouri New Orleans San Antonio, Texas Tampa, Florida
Charlotte, North Carolina Durham, North Carolina Knoxville, Tennessee Niagara Falls, New York San Diego Tucson, Arizona
Chicago Fort Wayne, Indiana Las Vegas Oklahoma City, Oklahoma San Francisco