Verizon has expanded its 5G service to three more cities, bringing the total number of cities able to use the telecommunication company’s service to 34.
In a Thursday announcement, the telecoms provider said it added Kansas City, Cincinnati and Little Rock to its portfolio of 5G-ready cities and 17 NFL stadiums.
“We’re continuing to expand our 5G Ultra Wideband service to more customers, starting 2020 where we left off in 2019,” said Kyle Malady, chief technology officer for Verizon, in a press release. “Our 5G Ultra Wideband network uses millimeter wave spectrum and is specifically designed to provide customers significantly faster download speeds and greater bandwidth than what is delivered in today’s 4G world. What we’re building is transformational and will change the way we live, work and play.”
The release notes that only parts of the cities will have access to the company’s 5G network.
In Little Rock, those areas are:
- Parts of Midtown
- University District
- Otter Creek
- Landmarks including UAMS College of Medicine, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Rock Creek Square, Midtown Shopping Center, Outlets of Little Rock
In Kansas City:
- Parts of downtown
- Plaza Midtown
- Landmarks including the Garment District, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts and Rockhurst University
- Parts of Downtown
- West End
- Walnut Hills
- Price Hill
- Newport (KY)
- Dalton (KY)
- Bellevue (KY)
- Landmarks including the Great American Ballpark, Duke Energy Convention Center, Serpentine Wall, City Hall, Xavier University, Cincinnati Zoo, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati Christian University and Newport Waterfront (KY).
In addition to those cities, Verizon’s 5G service is available in Cleveland, Columbus, Hampton Roads, Charlotte, Greensboro, Grand Rapids, Miami, Salt Lake City, Spokane, Hoboken, Memphis, Des Moines, Los Angeles, Boston, Houston, Sioux Falls, Dallas, Omaha, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Providence, St. Paul, Atlanta, Detroit, Indianapolis, Washington DC, Phoenix, Boise, Panama City and New York City.