Verizon’s 5G network is continuing to slowly expand. In announcing that it’s officially turned on 5G in parts of New York on Thursday, the wireless giant turned on 5G in two additional new cities: Panama City and Boise.
The three new cities bring Verizon 5G network count to 13, creating some distance from Sprint’s nine 5G cities and T-Mobile’s six. AT&T is still in the “lead” at 21 total cities, but unlike the other three carriers, it still doesn’t let consumers onto its network.
Verizon says it plans to have 5G in over 30 cities by the end of 2019.