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AT&T expands 5G network coverage

2019-12-30 19:02 by
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AT&T has doubled the number of markets where its 5G service using low-band spectrum is available, deploying in 10 more cities since its mid-December launch. That brings AT&T's 5G tally to 20, including the new markets of Bridgeport, Connecticut; Washington, D.C.; Louisville; Boston; Baltimore; Detroit; Las Vegas; Buffalo, New York; New York City; and Philadelphia.

AT&T's low-band 5G is not to be confused with its 5G+ service, which uses high-band millimeter wave spectrum that delivers massive capacity and super-fast speeds. That service first debuted at the end of 2018 and is now live in limited parts of more than 20 markets, but still only available to business customers.

The service provider's 5G network currently works with only one phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G — a $1,300 phone — however, AT&T is offering the phone for as low as $350 with a qualifying installment plan and old phone trade-in.

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