Starting sometimes in the middle of next year, Verizon plans to surprise the market with the launch of the 5gG broadband (fixed -in-place wireless) in about 5 cities and to begin with Sacramento, California. This dream has been drawn closer to reality as the company is on the move to see it begin. Although, we still have very little information about this progress, but be rest assured that as we gather the facts from them, we will roll it out to you.
We are not quite surprised as to the early announcement, Verizon is in a very stiff competition with AT&T, a company that has also been towing that trail and hopes to disseminate its own 5G by end of 2018. Verizon is keeping the minds of the people calm, to trust in them and expect them to deliver in a short while.
We are not only looking at an extremely fast 5G, able to cover hundreds of megabytes per second, but that it has a very low delay to improve very time-sensitive tasks like multi-user VR. We cannot precisely tell of how well it works in the real-world commercial service, but we are sure that home 5G may be the first fixed wireless that has almost the best responsive as landline connection. And to also note, this is not the cellphone access you might be scanning for, that will be an important milestone.