5G is the next step in mobile technology and will eventually replace 4G LTE. Para consumidores y negocios, la red 5G puede brindar una experiencia más rápida y mejor, con una mayor capacidad de respuesta.
Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband offers speeds to users up to 10x faster than typical 4G LTE4 speeds, meaning users can stream, download, and surf the web faster and with less interruptions than ever before.
5G UW stands for "5G Ultra Wideband". 5G Ultra Wideband is our high performing 5G - up to 10x faster than typical 4G LTE speeds. It is available in select areas. 5G has similar performance rates to 4G LTE, is available in over 2700 cities, and is improving.
To see if 5G is available in your area, visit our coverage map. Looking for 5G home internet? Click here to see if 5G home internet is available in your area.
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Most modern phones are 5G capable. You can shop a wide variety of cell phones that support 5G now at https://www.verizon.com/5g/phones/.
Having a 5G capable phone allows you to connect to a 5G network. With Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network you can experience blazing-fast speeds. Visit https://www.verizon.com/5g/ to learn more.
Phones that aren’t 5G capable will still work, but will use other network connections, such as 4G LTE.
4G phones still work on 4G LTE networks for now, but eventually they will become obsolete. Consider how long you plan to keep your phone; if you plan to keep your phone for longer than a year or so, it might be a good idea to get a phone that is 5G compatible. Shop our current deals to see which 5G phones might be right for you.
Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband network utilizes small cells, or nodes, in addition to traditional towers. 5G small cells are similar to 4G towers in form and function. Verizon is building thousands of additional 5G nodes to maximize and deliver 5G millimeter wave technology to our customers. Since 5G small cells are smaller than a traditional macro cell tower, they can exist more discreetly. 5G's small cells support the high frequency millimeter waves needed for the ultra-low latency and high data speeds of 5G.