When the Chicago Bears play the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night, it will not just begin the 2019 NFL season. It will likewise provide NFL fans at 13 stadiums to Verizons extremely prepared for 5G service.
Not all of the following stadiums are hosting computer game this weekend, however they will have the service to begin the season:
No word yet on which stadium will be the 13th nevertheless the company says service will be incorporated other stadiums throughout the season.
Its worth bearing in mind that a number of NFL cities not noted above, like Atlanta and Cleveland, have existing 5G service which implies you may be able to gain access to it anyway. (Additionally, the Dallas Cowboys house arena, AT&T Stadium will provide 5G service through, you thought it, AT&T.).
Some warns, though: besides needing to be on Verizons network, youll really require a 5G-enabled phone to take benefit of the service and great deals of noteworthy phone models, including the iPhone, arent yet prepared for it.
The genuine 5G service might not reach you at all points in the arena. According to their press release, Verizon states, “Service will be concentrated in parts of the seating locations nevertheless might be provided in other areas around the arena too.” Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg will in truth be within Chicagos Soldier Field on Thursday night to personally watch on the rollout, according to Bloomberg, and most likely using that sweet, quick service to see on his dream football group.
UPDATE: Sept. 5, 2019, 5:39 p.m. EDT Updated to consist of Dallas Cowboys 5G service.
Bank of America Stadium (Carolina Panthers).
Broncos Stadium at Mile High (Denver Broncos).
CenturyLink Field (Seattle Seahawks).
Ford Field (Detroit Lions).
Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots).
Acid Rock Stadium (Miami Dolphins).
Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis Colts).
MetLife Stadium (New York Giants and New York Jets).
M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore Ravens).
NRG Stadium (Houston Texans).
Soldier Field (Chicago Bears).
U.S. Bank Stadium (Minnesota Vikings).