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Verizon's 5G network now achieves Gigabit download speeds

What difference can make a few weeks. Last month, I came to Chicago to start Verizon's 5G network, which is now available both here and in Minneapolis. The first 5G unit was the Motorola 5G MotoMod Moto Z3, and my experience – and that of many other technology journalists – was less than positive: 5G reporting was extremely hard to …

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AT & T is the first 5G carrier in the US to reach gigabit speeds

At launch, AT & T's 5G service could only use a single 100 MHz carrier for its connection, limiting the speed that was often not much better (or possibly worse) than LTE. The new approach resulted in four of these carriers collapsing, offering much more flexibility even under real conditions. Later in the year, it should be faster when AT …

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Comcast Gigabit Cable ($ 105 with 1 TB data cap) now available in 39 states

/ A Comcast DOCSIS 3.1 Modem Comcast Comcast's Gigabit Cable Service is now available to nearly all of the 58 million households and businesses The company's US territory was announced yesterday by Comcast. Comcast, the country's largest ISP with more than 26 million subscribers, began broadcasting gigabit cables in early 2016. Comcast is now widely represented in 39 states and …

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Charter Undeclared Gigabit Cable is Ready for 27 Million Households

Enlarge / Charter Spectrum Internet Gig rolled to these new locations in June 2018. Charter Charter's gigabit Internet service was launched this month to more 4 million households and now to more than 27 million homes in Charters territory can receive the ISP's fastest offer. Charter is committed to making the Spectrum Internet Gig service – with actual download speeds …

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