Verizon Wireless has entered the residential broadband market by launching its another in-home wireless broadband product called the HomeFusion Broadband. This home wireless broadband product captures a high-speed cellular broadband signal from Verizon’s 4G LTE — or fourth-generation long term evolution — network with the help of an antenna, which is mounted on the exterior of a home.
The antenna features multiple internal antennae to pick up the best LTE signal. The antenna in turn connects to the router, which connects to up to four Ethernet-connected devices and to at least 20 Wi-Fi devices in the home. These Wi-Fi devices can be anything from computers, gaming consoles to tablet computer systems. According to Verizon Wireless, this service is targeted to consumers looking for some alternatives to their existing service, particularly in those areas where the broadband services are limited.
The average downlink data rates range from 5Mbps to 12Mbps, and the uplink average is 2Mbps to 5Mbps. The service costs US $60/month for 10 GB of data, US $90/month for 20 GB, or US $120/month for 30 GB, with additional data usage costing US $10 per 1 GB. The company says that the service and equipment will be made available to users through Verizon Wireless stores and authorized distributors.
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