Verizon has made an addition to its C-band 5G network.
According to Big Red, they rolled out 100MHz of C-band spectrum in different parts of the country. This is expected to improve the 5G speeds and network capacity in select markets. The roll out will also nearly double the existing 60MHz spectrum that has already been deployed in 5G markets.
Earlier this week, a couple of TV ads for Visible were spotted with the logo “Visible by Verizon.” This seems to coincide with another report that Verizon is trying to rebrand Total Wireless to “Total by Verizon.”
Earlier this month, AT&T announced that they will be raising the prices on some of its plans. Verizon made headlines this week with a similar announcement.
As revealed by Verizon, they will be increasing their administrative fee on postpaid customers. Starting June, you can expect to see an administrative fee charge of $3.30 per voice line on your bill. This is an increase of $1.35.
Opensignal recently published its latest study on how Verizon and AT&T’s C-band rollout has helped in the 5G space. And as it turns out, at least one of two networks have gained some momentum with this new technology.
Recently, Verizon Wireless held its Thursday Investor Day event where it talked about the future of the company. One of the things discussed in the event is the upcoming platform that Big Red will be working on together with Netflix, Disney Plus, Peloton, and many other streaming services.