Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband Expands Reach

America’s Finest City is now a 5G ultra-wideband city. San Diego is the 35th US city to have Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband Mobility service. Verizon’s 5G mobility service offers a powerful experience that impacts industries as diverse as public safety, health care, retail, and sports. Verizon is building the network that will change how we live, work, and play. Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband reach

Verizon was the first to 5G and the company continues to drive the industry and our customers forward creating more options for consumers and businesses looking to tap into the power of 5G for work, entertainment and everything in between.

The pandemic is transforming everything from healthcare to school to business, and San Diego is making sure we have the technology to transform along with it. At a time when San Diegans are relying on the internet to remotely work, learn, and stay healthy, the city and Verizon’s partnership is accelerating the availability of fast 5G connections,” said Mayor Faulconer, Mayor of the City of San Diego.
In San Diego, 5G Ultra Wideband service is initially available in parts of Mission Valley near Westfield Mission Valley and SDCCU Stadium, Linda Vista along Linda Vista Road, Kensington near El Cajon Blvd, and in Banker’s Hill on 1st Avenue. san diego 5g
When customers move outside Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband coverage area, the 5G-enabled device transitions to Verizon’s 4G LTE network, the network more people rely on.

COVID-19 makes preparations for hurricane season even more critical Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband reach

With first responders and healthcare workers deeply engaged in the COVID-19 response, restrictions on transportation, enterprise operations, and personal mobility still in place in many communities, and usage on communications networks up dramatically, this year’s preparations for hurricane season are more important than ever.

Verizon Business released findings from a recent survey, “Small Business Response to COVID-19” to better understand the impact small business owners and decision-makers feel COVID-19 has had on their businesses. The survey, conducted by Morning Consult, focused on 500 small and medium businesses that are currently open or plan to reopen. One of the survey’s key results is that small businesses have renewed confidence, with 68% believing they can recoup COVID-19-related losses.

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