Verizon has expanded its LTE home internet service to residents in rural areas in 48 states, including Washington and Idaho.
Verizon’s LTE home internet service, provided through its 4G LTE network, offers unlimited data and download speeds of 25 megabits per second with peak speeds reaching 50 megabits per second, according to a company release.
The service costs $40 a month with a Verizon mobile plan or $60 a month without a mobile plan.
Rural areas in Washington can check to see if LTE home internet is available on Verizon’s website at:www.verizon.com/home/lte-home-internet.
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