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Verizon Completes 5G Call Using New 3GPP-Compliant 5G Tech

Verizon hasn’t announced any mobile 5G plans at this point, but they want you to know that they placed an over-the-air call on a 3GPP-compliant 5G radio using licensed spectrum. That’s it. That’s the story. And that’s the story because Verizon has only announced fixed 5G plans, which they’ll do through residential broadband that utilizes … Continued Verizon Completes 5G Call Using New
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