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Eligible on 128GB.

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to $100
in credit.

Use your card to pay your
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to a total of $100 in credit applied
over the first 24 months.

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Have questions? We’ve got answers.

We said we would lead on 5G, and we are. We were the first in the world to enable a commercial 5G mobile network with a commercially-available smartphone, the 5G moto mod. We currently provide the most 5G devices available on any 5G network. And we’re committed to continuing to offer you the latest, most advanced models as we expand our 5G footprint nationwide. View our 5-capable smartphones

If your phone is 5G-compatible, you should see a 5G icon in the top bar of your phone when you're in an area with 5G coverage. If you’re not sure and you have an Android phone, tap on Settings >> Network & Internet >>?Mobile?Network >> Preferred Network type. You should see all the?mobile?network technologies?that your phone supports such as 2G, 3G, 4G, and?5G.?If 5G is?listed, then?your phone supports?it.

In order to access 5G service, you’ll need a 5G-capable phone. For 5G Ultra Wideband service--which is available only in parts of certain cities--you’ll need to be inside a 5G Ultra Wideband coverage area and use a 5G Ultra Wideband-capable device.

To access 5G Nationwide, which is available in 1,800+ cities, you’ll need a 5G Nationwide-capable device, which automatically connects when you’re in a 5G coverage area. Most devices manufactured in 2020 will require you to download a software update that adds the 5G Nationwide capability. View list of updates
To see available 5G-capable Ultra Wideband* and 5G Nationwide** smartphones and devices, visit our 5G phones and devices page.

As the fifth generation of wireless technology, the blistering speeds, ultra-low latency and massive capacity of 5G have incredible potential to reshape the way people live, learn, work and play. Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband, now available in 50+ cities, is the fastest 5G in the world.* That means that downloads that used to take minutes now take seconds.

In addition to ultra-fast speeds, 5G offers much lower latency than 4G—the time that passes from the moment information is sent from a device until it is used by the receiver. With these two game-changing advantages over 4G, customers on Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network can enjoy real-time experiences like multi-player gaming on the go, video chatting in HD with near-zero lag and streaming 4K movies with virtually no buffering.

Another benefit that 5G offers is increased capacity. With its unprecedented bandwidth, 5G will be able to support the billions of new devices that will be connected in the future to the Internet of Things.

*Global claim from May 2020, based on Opensignal Independent analysis of mobile measurements recorded during the period January 31 - April 30, 2020 @ 2020 Opensignal Limited.

No, you don’t have to pay extra for 5G. All of our plans include free access to our 5G Nationwide network. In addition, our top unlimited plans include free access to 5G Ultra Wideband: Play More, Do More and Get More Unlimited. And when you have 5G Nationwide combined with 5G Ultra Wideband — with the fastest 5G in the world* — you’ll get our absolute best performance.

*Global claim from May 2020, based on Opensignal Independent analysis of mobile measurements recorded during the period January 31 - April 30, 2020 @ 2020 Opensignal Limited.

Right now, you can find the Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband network in more than 50 cities including Los Angeles, Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC and more. And as we continue to expand, the fastest 5G in the world* will be coming to even more cities.In fact, by the beginning of 2021, over 60 cities in the U.S. will have 5G Ultra Wideband. To see a list of cities where we currently offer Verizon 5G, visit our 5G coverage map.

*Global claim from May 2020, based on Opensignal Independent analysis of mobile measurements recorded during the period January 31 - April 30, 2020 @ 2020 Opensignal Limited.

Verizon 5G Nationwide uses a low-band spectrum that involves Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS), which allows 5G service to run simultaneously with 4G LTE on multiple spectrum bands. With DSS, if you move outside Verizon's high-band Ultra Wideband coverage area, your 5G-enabled devices stay on 5G technology using the lower bands. By deploying both technologies together, Verizon can use its full portfolio of current spectrum resources to serve both 4G and 5G customers, maximizing your 5G experiences on the Verizon network. 5G Nationwide is available in 1,800+ cities.?Learn more about 5G Nationwide availability.

The?5G Ultra Wideband?network, meanwhile, uses the high-band, ultra-wide millimeter wave spectrum to deliver the best 5G experience available today. Its ultrafast speeds and reduced lag time (a.k.a. latency) can give smartphones new capabilities for multi-player gaming on the go, streaming 4K movies and video, chatting in HD and more. And with its massive bandwidth, 5G Ultra Wideband will be able to support many more devices of the future. 5G Ultra Wideband is available only in parts of select cities.?Learn more about 5G Ultra Wideband availability.