INDIANAPOLIS — Buckle up, Indy, because super-fast internet speeds are on the way.
Verizon is bringing 5G residential broadband internet to Indianapolis, the company announced Wednesday.
Verizon 5G Home, will be available beginning Monday, October 1.
Indy is the just fourth U.S. city to get 5G internet service, joining Houston, Los Angeles, and Sacramento.
This means Indy residents will be among the first to experience 5G, which Verizon says will be much faster than your current internet connection.
“5G means…super-fast internet speeds and the ability to connect more devices at home, allowing you to download movies in an instant and engage in truly high-end gaming,” said Verizon Executive Vice President Tami Erwin.
Although Verizon 5G Home won’t arrive until October, you can sign up at FirstOn5G.com starting at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 12.
Anyone who signs up online will get the first three months of service for free. After that, Verizon 5G Home will cost $50 per month for Verizon Wireless customers and $70 per month for non-customers.
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