On the heels of announcing a new 10-year partnership with the NFL, Verizon has also unveiled the latest US cities to gain the high-speed 5G ultrawide band and 5G Home Internet coverage. The expansion brings the former to 82 cities with the latter now available in 57.

Update 10/7: Verizon’s 5G Home Internet and 5G UWB is now available in 7 more US cities.

Verizon announced today that its 5G Home Internet has expanded to parts of Birmingham, AL; Fort Wayne, IN and Oklahoma City, OK. And its high-speed 5G UWB coverage is coming to Jacksonville, FL; El Paso, TX; Dayton, OH; Scranton, PA; and Tacoma, WA later this month. Learn more in Verizon’s blog post here.

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Verizon shared all the details about the new mobile and home 5G coverage in a press release today. New cities getting 5G UWB include Harrisburg, PA; Athens, GA; Orlando, FL, and Fremont, CA.

Meanwhile, Verizon 5G Home Internet has arrived in Fremont, CA; Orlando, FL; Pensacola, FL; Sarasota, FL and Niagara Falls, NY.

Customers are getting more 5G in more places on their phones and in their homes. 5G Ultra Wideband mobility service is now available in Harrisburg, PA; Athens, GA; Orlando, FL and Fremont, CA, which means 5G Ultra Wideband is now available in parts of 82 cities. 5G Home is now available in five additional cities: Fremont, CA; Orlando, FL; Pensacola, FL; Sarasota, FL and Niagara Falls, NY. With the addition of these new cities, Verizon’s 5G Home Internet is now available in parts of 57 cities.

Verizon’s 5G UWB coverage is known to be the fastest version of the next-gen cellular standard – although rarer to find – with speeds up to 1 Gbps and average speeds around 700 Mbps.

Verizon’s 5G Home Internet offers speeds up to 1Gbps and average download speeds of 300 Mbps. Plans start at just $50 for Verizon customers and $70 for those without an existing Verizon plan.

And Verizon is even covering up to $500 of early termination fees to switch to the 5G home plan.

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