Verizon currently offers mobile 5G service in two markets, Chicago and Minneapolis. Verizon announced 20 new markets yesterday that will soon feature the next generation of wireless connectivity. Until May 16, when the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is launched, access to the Verizon 5G network in markets supporting the service will be limited to the Moto Z3 and 5G engines. Mod possible. Verizon would charge these 5G subscribers $ 10 a month over the regular cost of their 4G LTE plans. With Big Red's 5G network only sporadically recorded in the two markets it is available in, Verizon has decided to cancel the $ 10 monthly fee for now.
This brings us to AT & T, which had already launched its mobile 5G network Verizon did. It is currently being offered in 1
9 markets, and subscribers are using the Netgear Nighthawk 5G mobile hotspot to access the service. Later this year, it will offer two Samsung 5G phones, including the Galaxy S10 5G. The second model supports both the 5 G millimeter spectrum and the sub 6 GHz spectrum.
AT & T, like Verizon, still has the future of 5G in view. According to The Verge, CEO Randall Stephenson commented on 5G's pricing last week during the airline's earnings call. The executive said that pricing for 5G could be based on home Internet services, with pricing varying according to the speed level selected. This would be a huge change compared to the operators offering the 4G LTE service. This is a price, no matter how fast the data is actually traveling.
"I'm very surprised when we turn on the price regime on the Internet at Wireless Wireless does not look like the price regime you see on the land line, so if you can offer a gig speed, there are some customers who are willing to That's the case, we're two to three years away from watching the game. "- Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT & T
5G data rates are expected to be up to ten times faster than 4G LTE. As a result, thanks to faster speeds, new business and services are created. We also saw self-driving cars on the road and new innovations that we can not even dream of right now. It will be several years before the 5G service in the US is as widespread as 4G-LTE currently.