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Verizon 5G Phones Take Off, But Coverage Is Still Lacking

26 days ago   |   By PC Mag

Verizon is selling the most 5G phones of any US carrier by far, according to analysis firm M Science.
Verizon subscribers are picking up the most 5G phones by far of any carrier in the US, according to new data from M Science, although AT&T and T-Mobile report far broader 5G coverage. Sales of 5G phones on Verizon breached the 100,000-unit-per-week mark at the end of May and ...
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