Consumers and businesses in Birmingham in Alabama, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Providence in Rhode Island, Rochester in New York, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose in California among first with access to AT&T 5G network
AT&T 5G is now live for consumers in 10 cities across the US. Millions of consumers and businesses can now access AT&T’s 5G network using the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G.
“We believe 5G technology will be game-changing, and we continue to help drive this next wave of innovation,” said Scott Mair, president of AT&T technology operations. “We were the first in the US to offer commercial mobile 5G, and this is the next step as we build to nationwide service in the first half of 2020.”
AT&T 5G availability will continue to rapidly expand, including service in Boston, Bridgeport in Connecticut, Buffalo in New York, Las Vegas, Louisville in Kentucky, New York City, and other markets soon, as the network works toward offering nationwide coverage in the first half of 2020.
“With the launch of AT&T 5G for consumers, we’re bringing our customers new and innovative ways to connect with each other, their entertainment and their communities,” said Kevin Petersen, senior vice president AT&T mobility. “Today’s launch sets the stage for the development of new and immersive experiences as we prepare to deliver AT&T 5G nationwide in the coming months.”