Verzion LTE is coming to the homes

With AT&T and Sprint still trying to corner the market in the LTE world, Verizon is going LTE broadband in the home.
Starting today Verizon’s HomeFusion Broadband service will bring LTE-powered Internet access nationwide. This service, which actually originally launched in March within six markets, feeds Internet to connected devices in the home ranging from computers to gaming consoles.
Verizon’s HomeFusion LTE will fly into homes through professionally-installed antennae receivers placed on the outside of the house (this will cost you $199.99), then transmit signal to a Wi-Fi router inside the house. Using Wi-Fi, customers can connect up to 20 devices. Customers should expect downlink speeds of between 5Mbps and 12Mbps and uplink speeds ranging from 2Mbps to 5Mbps.
Plans vary from $60 per month for 10GB of data, $90 per month for 20GB, or $120 per month for 30GB, with a $10 per GB penalty for each plan after reaching the cap.

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