Verizon is looking out for itself as the firm and other top carriers anticipate Comcast and Charter Communications to enter the wireless space. The cable companies plan to invoke their mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) agreements with Verizon, melding their WiFi networks with the carrier’s wireless services for mobile offerings, Inside Towers has reported.
Founded in 1983, Verizon has grown to
include the communications, entertainment and information sectors; it
has a market cap of $214.09 billion, according to investment firm Zacks.
Most carriers plan on having their 5G
networks fully deployed around the 2020 timeframe, according to industry
experts. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile currently plan a 3-year target. Continue Reading