When 5G is Fully Unleashed

I don’t know about you, but I was under the mistaken assumption that 5G was already active across the USA.  Not so, it seems.  There are pockets across the county that have some level of 5G available but the major role out has not happened yet.  GOD HELP US WHEN IT DOES.

What we DON’T KNOW about 5G could fill volumes.  Those responsible for 5G don’t even KNOW what all it will mean for us.  BUT, they KNOW what they are hoping it will accomplish for them.  

Wuhan was the first official ROLL OUT of 5G on many levels, many applications, many technologies conjoined.  What happened in Wuhan October and November of 2019 and onward was directly affected by 5G.  It is believed with evidence to support the belief that 5G actually activates and intensifies whatever  CORONA/COVID is in truth.  It is not a VIRUS.  At least not one as we have known.  It is not an organic disease.  It is manufactured. It is weaponized.

The sampling of videos and articles below are just a small fraction of the information available for anyone who wants to take the time to investigate.  If you don’t want to investigate at least stay up with the work of those who have, and prepare yourself and your families for what is soon to become reality for all of us.  

Most of us have probably let this entire topic fall out of our thoughts.  I am here to reignite your interest/concern for this topic.  To be aware is to be prepared.  


When Is 5G Coming to the US? (Updated for 2021)

5G isn’t yet widely available, but it’s coming!

5G provides an infrastructure that will change the way you live, supporting faster mobile connections so that you can stream smoother movies, upload videos quicker, and connect more of your devices to the internet with fewer delays.

However, neither 5G service nor 5G phones are available everywhere just yet, and release dates are different for every carrier. With that being said, there are multiple factors affecting the release date of 5G in the US, though progress is being made daily for a speedy rollout.

US 5G Rollout

Illustration of a person looking at a 5G screen on a smartphone in front of a map of the US
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As of January 2021, PwC reports that US mobile operators had collectively covered 75% of the country with 5G; expansion of 5% is expected by July.

  • Verizon: Fixed and mobile 5G all over the US.
  • AT&T: Mobile 5G for customers in hundreds of cities.
  • T-Mobile/Sprint: Available in thousands of locations.
  • U.S. Cellular: Works in parts of California, Iowa, Maine, and other states.
  • C Spire: Fixed and mobile 5G in Mississippi.
  • Charter’s Spectrum Mobile: Began providing 5G in March 2020.
  • Comcast/Xfinity: Rolled out nationwide in October 2020.
  • Starry: Fixed 5G currently in Boston, Denver, LA, New York City, and Washington, D.C.
  • Google Fi & Simple Mobile: Nationwide coverage powered by T-Mobile.
  • Nex-Tech Wireless: Might launch in 2021.
  • US Mobile: Offers early access via Verizon’s network.
  • Mint Mobile: Available in thousands of US cities from July 2020.
  • Cricket Wireless: Began offering services in August 2020.
  • Visible: 5G works through Verizon’s network.
Not in the US? See our article 5G Availability Around the World for release dates in other countries like Japan, China, and Australia.


Verizon currently offers 5G broadband internet, called 5G Home, in 16 cities. Some of those locations include Houston TX, Sacramento CA, Indianapolis IN, Los Angeles CA, Chicago IL, Detroit MI, Minneapolis MN, St. Paul MN, Atlanta GA, Dallas TX, Denver CO, and San Jose CA. Verizon 5G Home service began on October 1, 2018.

5G Ultra Wideband began rolling out on April 3, 2019, and is currently available in parts of 61 cities. 5G Nationwide covers over 2,700 cities.


Anyone who purchases Verizon 5G Home will get free 5G service for three months. After the free period, Verizon customers with a qualifying plan pay $50 /month for their home 5G service, and non-members pay $70 /month (these are not annual contracts).

Verizon 5G Home customers have no data caps and can expect speeds ranging from 300 Mbps to up to around 1 Gbps, depending on location. This video from Verizon shows one 5G Home user’s download, upload, and latency results.

Anyone who receives Verizon’s 5G service will also get YouTube TV free for the first month, a complimentary Disney+ subscription for a year, and the Amazon Smart Home Bundle.

The cities mentioned above that qualify for Verizon 5G Home were some of the first areas where the company began testing 5G, so they might provide 5G in other test locations, including Brockton, Bernardsville, Ann Arbor, Seattle, Miami, and Washington, DC. Other larger cities will likely get access to Verizon’s 5G service in 2021.


Mobile 5G service from Verizon began in early April 2019 and is currently available in limited areas, with more expected throughout 2021.

Parts of 61 cities have access to 5G Ultra Wideband right now, including Chicago IL, Minneapolis MN, Denver CO, Providence RI, St. Paul MN, Atlanta GA, Detroit MI, Indianapolis IN, Washington DC, Phoenix AZ, New York City NY, Panama City FL, Boise ID, Dallas TX, Omaha NE, Boston MA, Houston TX, Sioux Falls SD, Los Angeles CA, Des Moines IA, Hoboken NJ, Memphis TN, Miami FL, Grand Rapids MI, Charlotte NC, Greensboro NC, Salt Lake City UT, Spokane WA, Hampton Roads VA, Columbus OH, Cleveland OH, Little Rock AR, Kansas City MO, Cincinnati OH, San Diego CA, San Jose CA, Anaheim CA, Oklahoma City OK, Tucson AZ, Jersey City NJ, Richmond VA, Akron OH, Nashville TN, and others.

Verizon’s mobile 5G service costs an extra $10 per month on Start Unlimited plans. Several phones from Verizon can use their 5G network, including the Samsung S20 Ultra 5G, LG V50 ThinQ 5G, moto z3 or z4 combined with the 5G moto mod, and the Inseego MiFi M1000.

Visible, which uses Verizon’s towers for service, is also 5G-compatible. See their coverage map.


AT&T claimed nationwide 5G status in 2020. Beginning December 21, 2018, and continuing currently, the company offers mobile 5G in hundreds of cities.

5G from AT&T is available in two forms. One operates on the mmWave spectrum and is called 5G+. It’s available in 36 cities, including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, West Hollywood, Jacksonville, Orlando, Atlanta, Las Vegas, New York City, King of Prussia, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Waco, and others.

AT&T’s low-band 5G network works in 395 areas, including Birmingham AL, Indianapolis IN, Los Angeles CA, Milwaukee WI, Pittsburgh PA, Providence RI, Rochester NY, San Diego CA, San Francisco CA, San Jose CA, Wichita KS, Dayton OH, Boston MA, Allentown PA, Brown County IN, Hancock County GA, Hancock County OH, Harrisburg PA, Topeka KS, Trenton NJ, and others.

The initial rollout was available to particular businesses and consumers only, but AT&T for consumers launched on December 13, 2019. Service is available via several 5G phones.

T-Mobile & Sprint

T-Mobile launched their nationwide 5G network on December 2, 2019, and continues to add more locations to its 5G coverage area. The Metro by T-Mobile prepaid service started offering access to the 5G network on December 6, 2019.

Sprint and T-Mobile have merged into one company. If you’re a Sprint user, depending on the phone you have, you’ve lost 5G coverage in some areas where service was previously available. Eventually, some phones will stop working on both 5G networks.

By September 2018, T-Mobile had implemented its 5G backbone in over 1,000 cities in 36 states. In early 2019, T-Mobile confirmed that on the 600 MHz spectrum, one 5G tower can transmit signals over one thousand square miles.

Compared to millimeter waves which cover a very small area, low-band waves can blast 5G coverage over hundreds of square miles from just one cell tower.

Users can one day expect to achieve an average download speed of 450 Mbps, with maximum 5G speeds around 4 Gbps by 2024.

Since the Sprint and T-Mobile merger has taken place, the company could offer in-home 5G services, too. According to an FCC filing, by 2024, “The combined company will be able to offer this service to over 52 percent of zip codes across the county.

Google Fi and Simple Mobile are providers that use T-Mobile’s towers, so they also offer nationwide 5G service.

U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular is another carrier that has launched 5G. Service began on March 6, 2020, and at this time works in parts of Iowa, Wisconsin, Maine, North Carolina, California, Oregon, Oklahoma, Washington, and other states.

See the U.S. Cellular 5G coverage map for details, and check out their 5G phone offerings here.

The company began testing 5G for fixed wireless access in 2016 with Nokia, followed by rural and urban 5G testing with Ericsson in 2017. In early 2019, U.S. Cellular again tested various 5G use cases with Ericsson, like virtual reality, augmented reality, and massive MIMO, in both urban and rural areas.

Following 5G testing with Ericsson, they selected the Swiss company to deploy 5G to its customers. They also partnered with Nokia in early 2019 in a 5G modernization deal.

C Spire

C Spire, the largest privately held wireless provider in the US, launched a 5G fixed wireless access service in December 2018. It costs $50 /month, has no data cap or long-term contract, and offers peak speeds of up to 200 Mbps.

5G is currently available for select customers in 31 Mississippi counties. Check their 5G availability to see if 5G is offered where you live, or fill out this form to express your interest in getting it in your neighborhood.

You can even get free 5G internet by becoming a 5G Internet Hub Home, which is where you agree to let C Spire attach the appropriate equipment to your house which is then relayed to your neighbors, thus extending their network.

The 5G FWA service from C Spire uses 28 GHz equipment provided by Phazr. Despite the standard service speed set at 120 Mbps, users have reportedly been able to achieve download speeds of up to 750 Mbps and upload speeds as fast as 600 Mbps, with latency as low as 8 ms.

The company’s president says that C Spire “plans to deploy fixed wireless internet service to thousands of consumers and businesses across the state over the next several years.

In October 2020, C Spire rolled out mobile 5G in Mississippi. Brookhaven and Columbus were chosen as the initial 5G markets. Others are expected in 2021.


Charter’s Spectrum Mobile is rolling out 5G services across dozens of cities, including Omaha, Dallas, Boston, Detroit, Washington D.C., St. Paul, Denver, Miami, Spokane, and Kansas City. Check specific coverage with their 5G map.

See Spectrum’s 5G phones for all of the devices that work on their 5G network.

Customers with their $45 /month unlimited plan can get 5G service for no additional cost.


Comcast (Xfinity) offers 5G through an MVNO agreement with Verizon. 5G service is included in their data plans at no extra charge.

Their 5G network has been available nationwide since October 14, 2020. Check out Xfinity’s 5G coverage map or this list of where the network is available now and where it’s launching soon. Their 5G phones page lists compatible devices.


Starry has fixed 5G services available in Boston MA, Denver CO, Los Angeles CA, New York City NY, and Washington DC. The 5G plan from Starry runs $50 /month for 200 Mbps speeds and no data cap.

The company has plans to bring 5G to homes in other US cities but it’s unclear when it will take place. They include Cleveland OH, Chicago IL, Houston TX, Dallas TX, Seattle WA, Detroit MI, Atlanta GA, Indianapolis IN, San Francisco CA, Philadelphia PA, Miami FL, Memphis TN, Phoenix AZ, Minneapolis MN, Manchester NH, Portland OR, and Sioux Falls SD.

Starry Connect is a program that provides free or low-cost 5G internet to buildings in low-income areas. See Starry: Technology to learn more about how they’re implementing 5G.

Nex-Tech Wireless

Nex-Tech Wireless and Ericsson reached a deal in April 2020 to deploy 5G in 2020.

As of March 2020:

Nex-Tech Wireless is currently working to deploy 600MHz sites that are 5G ready with spectrum in each of the bands.

They currently provide 4G LTE and 3G coverage in these areas of the United States.

US Mobile

US Mobile is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that operates on Verizon’s and T-Mobile’s networks.

You can get service via Verizon’s towers when you sign up for 3 months of early access.

Mint Mobile

5G became available from Mint Mobile in July 2020. Since it uses T-Mobile’s network, it’s available from those same cities. It’s free on all their plans.

You can read more about it, and find compatible devices, on their Mint Mobile 5G page.

Boom! Mobile

Boom! Mobile runs their service using other networks’ towers, and one option they have is 5G service. Boom! BLUE is the plan type that supports 5G. See their Boom! Mobile 5G Access page for all the details.

Cricket Wireless

Piggybacking on AT&T’s network, Cricket Wireless has been offering 5G since August 21, 2020.

Access is currently available only with the Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G phone; check this page for updates on supported devices. Their wireless coverage map details where it works.

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As they begin to force us out of our suburban and rural homes into their smart city high rises, we will experience the affects of 5G on a much higher level.
What 5G means for smart cities

The speed at which 5G is deployed worldwide will have a significant impact on how soon it will become the defining technology of smart cities, says Babak Beheshti.

Today, approximately 55 per cent of the world’s population lives in cities. This will reach 68 per cent by 2050, according to the United Nations.

By the same year, the continued migration of people from rural to urban areas, augmented by general growth of the earth’s population, will see an increase in another 2.5 billion residents to the world’s big cities.

Premise of smart cities

Managing the resources and operations of so many large cities can only be cost-effective and efficient if they are automated and connected – and this is the basic premise of smart cities.

The creation of smoother and safer living through a gradual digital transformation is already beginning in some world cities, but it does not end there. Streets, buildings, public and personal devices need to be interconnected.

5G is an enabling technology for IoT, and as smart cities essentially rely on IoT to function, 5G and smart cities are inextricably linked

Sensors must be placed everywhere to collect data. The massive amount of data generated by these sensors then needs to be communicated, analysed and fed back to the infrastructure to affect changes in the operation of smart cities.

As an example, Barcelona’s sensor-embedded parking spots already connect with an app that directs drivers to available spaces. Projects are also underway in cities including Stockholm, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Columbus, Ohio to realise the smart city vision as well.

5G possibilities

5G brings about a massively improved platform to deliver scalable and reliable connectivity to the world. The technology is designed to be high data-rate and low-latency. These two characteristics allow for fast real-time transfer of data between two or more points. This will allow for many new applications to be deployed that were not possible before 5G.

Internet of Things (IoT) has become an instantly recognisable term. It refers to smart, web-enabled devices that have more of a fixed functionality, as compared to general purpose smartphones, tablets or computers. Examples of IoT devices include connected thermostats, security cameras, door-locks, and even connected kitchen appliances.

As you can see, CMTC services are very much aligned with the vision of digitally automating cities

5G is an enabling technology for IoT, and as smart cities essentially rely on IoT to function, 5G and smart cities are inextricably linked. As such, 5G will play a critical role in allowing information gathered through sensors to be transmitted in real time to central monitoring locations.

This web of connectivity will enable maintenance of the infrastructure and manufacturing systems, as well as robust flow control, adjustment and fine tuning of operating parameters to respond to real time fluctuations in the environment and processes, as they occur.

Machine communication

Specifically, 5G offers massive machine type communication (MMTC) and critical machine type communication (CMTC). MMTC is intended for a large number of IoT devices, effectively a large number of sensors and actuators sending a lot of data back and forth. Example applications include smart buildings, logistics and fleet management, as well as air and water quality monitoring. It is designed to be latency-tolerant, efficient for small data blocks to be transmitted or received, and to be sent on low bandwidth pipes.

CMTC is intended for applications where the data is delay-intolerant, and the critical nature of the data requires guaranteed and accurate transmission to the destination.

Examples of CMTC applications include unmanned applications such as autonomous vehicles, remote healthcare, traffic safety control and electric grid control. As you can see, these services are very much aligned with the vision of digitally automating cities.

MMTC is intended for a large number of IoT devices, effectively a large number of sensors and actuators sending a lot of data back and forth

Multi-access edge computing (MEC) is another enabling technology within 5G that will greatly impact smart city deployments. MEC is basically an architecture that provides computing and storage capabilities for applications at the edge of its internal network.

This cloud-based service environment allows for real-time, high-throughput, low-latency access to applications that are inherently intolerant of latencies. In traditional, centralised network architectures, these latencies are caused by traffic having to go through the entire network to a central point and then back to the end user equipment.

5G use cases

MEC use cases in 5G include all applications where processing and performing analytics on the stored data cannot tolerate the typical delays associated with uploading the data to the core of the cloud network, perform the processing and then download the results back to the end-user. This calls for the processing and storage to be pushed to the edge of the network, as possible to the end-user.

Examples of MEC use cases include:

  • self-driving cars that need to use machine learning techniques on large data sets to analyse and adapt to their environment. This is edge computing.
  • video-monitoring, which inherently creates huge amounts of data as its records. Edge computing allows significant processing and analytics to allow for high reliability motion detection, pattern recognition and more.
  • IoT, as it generates huge amounts of data that often need to be aggregated and analysed to understand and control the environment in which they are situated. Edge computing allows for these large data transfers and analytics to take place close to the IoT clusters and at the edge of the network.

Therefore, data generated by IoT devices can be processed at the network edge. This decreases bandwidth and energy consumption across the network and removes the need to go through the central cloud server. Specific smart city applications that can benefit from MEC include intelligent lighting, waste management, smart parking, water metering and environmental monitoring.

Privacy and integrity

Handling massive amounts of personal and mission-critical data calls for a secure communication network. The two fundamental components of security – privacy and integrity – are to be strictly safeguarded in a smart city. Privacy is defined as measures undertaken to prevent sensitive information from reaching the wrong audience, while making sure that the right audiences can access it.

Integrity involves maintaining the consistency, accuracy, and trustworthiness of data over its entire lifecycle. Data must not be changed in transit, and steps must be taken to ensure that data cannot be altered by unauthorised parties.

The end-to-end security built into 5G, along with the software defined differentiated security protection protocols, allows for diverse types and large number of devices to be connected to the network easily in a plug-and-play fashion, where the security parameters of each device type are customised to the applications and tolerances of the applications that use them.

Network slicing is key to meeting 5G’s diverse requirements, is a perfect fit for IoT and smart city applications

Finally, designing a network that can simultaneously support both a wide variety of use cases and demanding performance requirements, with a single set of standard network functions, is simply impractical to implement. On the other hand, ‘network slicing’, key to meeting 5G’s diverse requirements, is a perfect fit for IoT and smart city applications.

Network slicing enables the network elements and functions to be easily configured and reused in each network slice to meet a specific requirement. One slice simply looks like self-contained network that includes the core network and the RAN. However, each of these slices can have its own network architecture, security, quality of service and network provisioning as a result of the network virtualisation software implementations.

5G effectively allows a network slice to be a low-security, low-bandwidth network for one application and a high-security, high-reliability one for another application.

We are embarking on exciting times. The speed at which 5G is deployed worldwide will have a significant impact on how soon it will become the defining technology of smart cities.

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