After announcing the details for its new 5G home internet service last month, Verizon is now getting the first customers hooked up as it offers a free Apple TV and three months of YouTube TV along with the service.

Called ‘5G Home’, Verizon’s new internet service has launched to eligible customers in Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Houston. The service costs $50 for existing Verizon customers, and $70 for those that aren’t.

Even though Verizon is technically using a propriety solution to offer the service now instead of the true 5G standards, it says users will see speeds around 300 Mbps.

And it all starts with Verizon 5G Home with speed of about 300 Mbps. It’s the first ever 5G-powered home internet that can connect all your devices. It’s ultra-fast internet that’s ready for what comes next.

Notably, the company is giving a free Apple TV to those who sign up along with three months of YouTube TV at no cost.

The company is also making a 24-hour concierge service available for early customers. Check out Verizon’s landing page for the new service here to see if 5G Home is available in your area.

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