Jessica and Craig Moffett, top Wall Street analysts, tested 40,000 locations in Verizon's Sacramento mmWave footprint against the Verizon availability. Unless there is a major improvement in reach, the cost would be much too high, (Update: Let me emphasize. The data implies a problem now, It can and will get better. Please don't conclude there will never be a solution.)
Verizon's current deployment in Sacramento is being built to an assumption of 100-150 meters, not the 600 meters Verizon has discussed often.
"Based on an exhaustive census of serviceability of 107 of the 273 small cells in Sacramento, each served an area of 27 eligible addresses." That will improve but there is a huge gap between these results and what Verizon needs to reach the target cost of US$200-350.
Verizon never released comprehensive data but they convinced many of the best on Wall Street (and me) the reach is much better.