Verizon has now upgraded its 5G network in more cities and states in the US. Recently, the carrier announced that it made major upgrades to the network that serves customers in seven new cities and two states.
According to the latest report from the Droid-Life, Verizon’s announcement confirms 5G network upgrades in the following cities: Akron, OH, Cleveland, OH, Daytona, FL, Lansing, MI, Port St. Lucie, FL, Providence, RI, Richmond, VA, Washington DC, and Youngstown, OH.
However, 75 percent of people in Washington DC now have access to 5G service from Verizon.
Verizon brings 5G upgrades to these cities
Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband service has been deployed across the District of Columbia and communities around the DC beltway including parts of the National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery, Old Town Alexandria, and major shopping destinations along the Georgetown Waterfront and Tyson’s Corner.
5G now covers Chevy Chase, Dupont Circle, Farragut Square, Scott Circle, RFK Stadium, DC General Health Campus, Cleveland Park, Pentagon City, Crystal City, and Potomac Yards.
Towns in Michigan and Kentucky have been getting 5G upgrades too. In Kentucky, the following towns received upgrades: Barbourville, Bowling Green, Butler, Carrollton, Corinth, Dry Ridge, Falmouth, Fort Knox, LaGrange, Lexington, Mt. Washington, Owensboro, Paducah, Richmond, Shepherdsville, Versailles, Warsaw, and Winchester.
And here are the towns in Michigan that got 5G network upgrades recently: Saginaw, Bay City, Holland, Kalamazoo, Jackson, Lansing, Battle Creek, Wayland, Muskegon, Rockford, Benton Harbor, Midland, Owosso, Oscoda, Clare, and Clio.