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  • Verizon 5G ad promises to solve gamers' lag woes
  • Verizon 5G ad promises to solve gamers' lag woes
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Verizon 5G ad promises to solve gamers' lag woes

Promising fast, seamless internet, 5G technology could be transformative, but consumers are yet to see, or understand, how it benefits them. Verizon’s Super Bowl ad 'Can’t Blame the Lag' aims to get people excited, showing gamers how it can solve their pain points and tapping into their ambitions.

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