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In this day and age, many of us live our lives online. It’s no longer just a place we visit on occasion. We proper live there full-time. Most of us have smart homes and Smart televisions and everything depends on tech and the internet from grocery shopping to virtual doctor visits and even connecting with family. We’ve become dependent on the internet for almost every single basic need we have as humans.
In my life, I depend on Wi-Fi connectivity and speed to work all the time not just some of the time. My job, my smart home, television, social interaction and connection to the world all depends on my internet and Wi-Fi services functioning correctly. When it doesn’t, my life just doesn’t go as planned and that’s a nuisance.
While I am all for good surprises, spotty internet is not one that I am willing to contend with. If my internet doesn’t work, I can’t work. If I can’t work, I lose money. If I lose money that effects the lifestyle we can live. It also affects my credibility as a professional. If I have deadlines, I need to be able to meet the expectations of my employers and I simply can’t do that effectively with spotting connections.
Currently, Verizon has 20 new cities that will receive 5G and that includes Houston, LA, Sacramento and Indianapolis. Maybe you are wondering what is 5G?
5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology. It’s one of the fastest and most robust technologies the world has ever seen.
But what does 5G mean for you?
It means quicker downloads, outstanding network reliability and a spectacular impact over how we live, work and play. It means more convenience and less worry. Less stress and more trust.
The connectivity benefits of 5G will make businesses more efficient and give consumers more access to more information faster than ever before. Super-connected autonomous cars, smart communities, industrial IoT, and immersive education all depend on 5G.
If you’d like access to 5G and want to know if your home is 5G-ready, check here. You can even try it free for 3 months with no annual contracts, hidden taxes or fees. You don’t even have to cancel your current service during your free 3-month trial. With your 3-month trial, you even get free YouTube TV. It’s a risk-free way to try it to see if you like it. What’s not to like?
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