Verizon has announced the availability of 5G services in the Columbus area, including in southern Delaware County.
If you live, work, or visit Cleveland or Columbus, Ohio or Hampton Roads, Virginia you can now access Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network and experience 5G built right on any of the seven 5G mobility devices available. Verizon’s 5G mobility service is now available in 31 US cities.
“We said we would lead in 5G and we are,” said Kyle Malady, Chief Technology Officer at Verizon. “We have turned on 5G Ultra Wideband mobility service in 31 cities, 15 NFL stadiums, and four indoor arenas. And this is just the beginning.”
In Columbus, 5G Ultra Wideband service is live in Downtown, The Ohio State University, Italian Village, Easton, Polaris, Lewis Center and is available around landmarks, such as: OSU College of Engineering, OSU College of Agriculture, OSU Wexner Medical Center, Easton Town Center, and Polaris Town Center. Additionally, travelers passing through John Glenn Columbus International Airport will be able to access Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband service in parts of the airport’s main ticketing area. This is the first US airport with live, commercially available 5G Ultra Wideband service.
“We are excited Verizon is launching Columbus as a 5G city,” said Andrew J. Ginther, Mayor of Columbus. “This cutting-edge technology will enhance the quality of life for our neighborhoods, improve access to jobs, education and vital health services and create opportunities for Columbus residents for generations to come.”