While Verizon recently launched its LTE-powered home broadband service, calledHomeFusion, to a select few locations, it seems to be doing so well that it’s now being rolled out across the entire country.
From today, Home Fusion goes nationwide—at least, to everywhere with a 4G signal. The service uses an external antenna to receive LTE signal, then transmits it to a Wi-Fi router in your house. Since launch in March, users have been reporting download speeds of between 5Mbps and 12Mbps and upload speeds ranging from 2Mbps to 5Mbps. Pretty good, especially if broadband in your area sucks.
Costs remain the same: $60 per month for 10GB of data, $90 per month for 20GB, or $120 per month for 30GB. [CNET]