It has been a busy week for the technicians at Verizon.
Today, Dec. 19, Verizon turned on its 5G Ultra Wideband service in parts of Memphis, including Downtown, Midtown, Cooper-Young, and East Memphis near landmarks such as: National Civil Rights Museum, Overton Square, Medical District, Liberty Bowl, Eastgate Shopping Center, and Oak Court Mall.
Yesterday, Wednesday, Dec. 18, technicians were several states away on the coast making sure customers in Hoboken, New Jersey, could turn on their next generation handsets and receive a Verizon 5G signal.
Back in the Midwest on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 5G Ultra Wideband service was turned on in parts of Des Moines, Iowa, including downtown, East Village, and West Des Moines, around landmarks such as: Iowa State Capitol, Hyvee Hall, Wells Fargo Arena, Pappajohn Sculpture Park, Principal Park, Jordan Creek Town Center and MercyOne West Des Moines.
If it was Monday, Dec. 16, it was Los Angeles. From downtown to Chinatown to Venice Beach, technicians were busy turning the switch so consumer could access Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband mobility service.