Verizon is introducing a free hotspots service for its existing wireless customers.
Verizon is the latest technology company to offer a hotspot network to its existing customers, a move that comes after competitors including Google and Apple have also introduced such networks.
The company said it will offer hotspots for existing and new customers at no cost, and will offer the hotspot at no additional cost.
The free hotspare is similar to what Apple is offering, which gives customers a free SIM card to access its network.
But Verizon has a different approach to the free hotspet.
It has been testing the service since the end of 2016 and is currently testing it in New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and Chicago.
Verizon’s free hotsps offer is similar in its approach to free mobile hotspots, with hotspots that are free to use for a limited period of time.
The company will offer free hotsprings for existing customers who sign up for the hotspots network in New Jersey, New York, New Jersey City, San Francisco, Miami and Atlanta, the company said.
Customers who already have their own hotspots will be able to switch to the hotspring, the service says.
The new service is available for Verizon customers in the U.S. and in Canada and will be rolled out to more markets.
Verizys new free hotspic will begin in the states of Florida, Hawaii, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, and West Virginia.
It will roll out to other cities in the coming weeks.