A US telecommunications company has announced it will begin offering 4G service for a range of US consumers, starting in 2019.
Samsung and LG Electronics announced the plan on Monday, but details were not immediately available.
A new report from The Verge said the service would be available in select cities, with plans starting at $30 per month for 4G data.
“The new 4G services are a critical step in accelerating the adoption of 4G technology in the US,” Samsung VP of Mobile Communications David Yu said in a statement.
“It is critical that we continue to deliver the world’s fastest, most reliable, and affordable 4G experience, and we will provide this service at no additional cost to consumers.
The 4G plans will launch in major metropolitan areas starting in mid-2019.”
Samsung’s 4G network is currently the fastest in the world, and it will offer some of the best 4G coverage in the country.
The carrier will also offer its own 4G SIM card and its own SIM card, which will allow users to pay for services on the go.
Samsung says it will provide voice calling on the service, and the new 4Gs will work with Samsung’s 4K TVs.
According to The Verge, the 4G offerings will be limited to select areas in the state of Washington.
US carriers AT&T and T-Mobile will offer the service as well, while Sprint is also expected to offer it.
In addition to offering 4Gs services, Samsung has a number of other products for consumers to purchase in the United States.
Its flagship Galaxy S7 is a major upgrade from last year’s S7 Edge and the Galaxy S8, and both phones feature a large 4G display.
For the first time, Samsung is offering a version of the Galaxy Tab S7 that is smaller than the Edge and S8 models, and offers a faster processor, a fingerprint scanner, and a more powerful camera.