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Verizon Speeds Up its Mid-Band 5G Network

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Jul 19, 2022, 4:35 PM   by Rich Brome

Verizon recently added bandwidth to its C-Band (mid-band) 5G network, improving 5G speeds and network capacity in "many markets". Verizon launched its mid-band 5G network in January with 60 MHz of bandwidth in most markets. But thanks to a recent agreement with the satellite companies that are in the process of vacating the C Band, Verizon is now able to deploy 100 MHz of bandwidth in many markets. Verizon says its testing shows real-world speeds of up to 1.4 Gbps using this upgraded part of its network. When the C Band is fully deployed around the end of 2023, Verizon will offer even more bandwidth in this band: 140–200 MHz nationwide.


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Jul 26, 2022, 8:47 AM


For the last 15 years I feel Vz has run a campaign of nonsense. Why is it all their claims always end up being flat out wrong. T-Mobile always comes out ahead. I sold my Vz stock that I had for 15 years it is the biggest disappointment on the NYSE. The stocks tanks at around 40 from 30. Never holding on to the $60.+ they should have attained a decade ago.
LOL as some who has 6 lines with T-mobile, I can say, Tmo full of it too! They always claim amazing speed and coverage, but that is only in a few major states, the rest of us get left behind!
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