Hate your Comcast broadband? Verizon might sell you 5G home Internet

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this week were Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. Comcast is the main cable provider in Houston, Indianapolis, and Sacramento, while Charter leads the way in Los Angeles and covers part of Indianapolis, according to ISP tracker BroadbandNow.

That’s no coincidence. Verizon Chief Technology Architect Ed Chan told Ars that Verizon is focusing on using the $70-per-month wireless home Internet service to compete against dominant cable companies.

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Verizon 5G home Internet: $70/month, 300Mbps to 1Gbps speeds, no data caps

A Verizon logo at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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single-millisecond latencies.”

Verizon 5G Home will be available in parts of Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento beginning on October 1, and customers can sign up starting on Thursday morning, Verizon announced yesterday.

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