The install is ridiculous...they have to put an antenna on your roof..run coax to your router..then run coax to your tvs and connect up to your land line phones (if you have them)...its ni different than fiber or satelliteits so limited in area you wont get a real feel for how its accepted.
had it rolled out in my area i would have jumped on it. but then i am rural with no other coverage
did you look at the Verizon page?Says who?
I haven't been able to find a terms and conditions for the 5G Home product but if it is like everyone's other "unlimited" products (including Verizon), there is indeed a speed limit at some point.
Because the "standard" is still being writtenWhy would the FCC allow Verizon to roll out a "5G" prototype system that doesn't meet 5G standards and by their own admission isn't scaleable to meet those standards? Seems to me to be nothing more than a stunt by Verizon to try and impress people that they're ahead of the game by rolling out a crippled system while still promoting it as 5G. Sounds like something Microsoft would do.