A New 5G Home Internet Service is Launching in California Starting at $34 a Month

Today Common Networks announced that it is launching a new 5G home internet service offering speeds up to 300 Mbps with multiple plans to pick from starting at just $34 a month. 

“With today’s reliance on the internet for everything from education to payment processing to entertainment, it should be more convenient and affordable to everyone,” said Common CTO and co-founder Mark Jen. “This offering is now bringing the fastest, most accessible wireless ever to our network. We’re looking forward to expanding our services in speed, pricing, and location.”

Common Networks offers a Basic 20 Mbps plan for $34 a month, a faster 80 Mbps plan for $39 a month, and a 300 Mbps plan for $49 per month. Common Network is launching to residents across the Bay Area in Alameda, Santa Clara, San Jose, and Sunnyvale areas. 

“Since cutting the cord and switching to Common’s high-speed plan, I’ve noticed a definite increase in my internet speed,” said Ron Mooney, a pilot customer for the 300 Mbps plan. “It feels exciting to be at the cutting edge of a new technology that I know people will be adopting en masse.”

You can learn more by visiting Common.net.

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