FAQ about Verizon LTE Home Internet
Does Verizon Wireless offer home internet?
Yes, Verizon Wireless offers home internet service in 48 states. Verizon LTE Home Internet (Installed) gives customers access to unlimited data through cellular networks. Verizon LTE Home Internet is kind of like an unlimited mobile hotspot—it takes a mobile phone signal and translates it into a Wi-Fi signal. The only difference is that you can’t take Verizon Home Internet with you when you travel or work on the road.
How much is Verizon LTE Home Internet?
Verizon LTE Home Internet is $40 per month for current Verizon customers (or new Verizon customers with a monthly phone plan of at least $30 per month) or $60 per month for non-Verizon customers. These prices reflect a $10 discount from paperless billing and autopay. Equipment (modem/router) will add an extra $10 per month to your bill.
How fast is Verizon LTE Home Internet?
Verizon LTE Home Internet (Installed) delivers typical download speeds of 25 to 50 Mbps. This is fast enough to support streaming, video conferencing, online shopping, social media, banking, and other activities for a small household (1–3 people). In a few metropolitan cities, faster speeds of up to 300 Mbps are available with Verizon 5G Home Internet.
- FCC, “Bridging the Digital Divide for All Americans,” [undated]. Accessed November 10, 2020.
- Lawson, Alex, “Verizon Expands LTE Home Internet to More Rural Areas,” October 2020. Accessed November 10, 2020.