The only downside to living in the country is that when you look at internet providers by zip code, you run up against slim pickings. Staying connected when you live in the most rural parts of America has been tough in the past and can still be a challenge.
Starting on October 1st, Verizon will be rolling out it’s new Verizon 5G Home Internet and TV Service. This will replace traditional wired connections to homes with 5G antennas similar to those found in your current smartphone.
You've picked out the perfect cell phone, but who is going to provide your wireless service? We have compiled a comparison of all major wireless carriers in the US and their pros and cons to help you decide what plan is best for you.