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AT&T Reveals New Cities to Get 5G Network Capability

Around the start of the year, AT&T announced that it was planning to launch its 5G network by the end of the year. Along with the announcement, AT&T promised that at least 12 cities will be getting 5G network capabilities this year.

Living up to its promise, the wireless network provider has launched the network in 7 of the cities it had earlier mentioned. These cities include the following:

  • Atlanta
  • Charlotte
  • Dallas
  • Indianapolis
  • Oklahoma City
  • Raleigh
  • Waco 

While the carrier has kept mum about the other cities it intends to add in the list, there have been a few guesses. But it looks like AT&T is finally ready to reveal the remaining cities that will be getting 5G network capabilities, as well as other cities the network will be rolling out to in early 2019. These cities include:

  • Houston
  • Jacksonville
  • Las Vegas (2019)
  • Los Angeles (2019)
  • Louisville
  • Nashville (2019)
  • New Orleans
  • Orlando (2019)
  • San Antonio
  • San Diego (2019)
  • San Francisco (2019)
  • San Jose (2019)

With the addition of these new cities, AT&T's 5G network will be available in a total of 19 cities by early 2019. Unfortunately, there is no mention of a specific date when we can expect the network to be available in these cities.

Source: PhoneArena   

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  1. It’s Dallas not Davis (btw, I live in Davis, CA).

  2. Good for those places I guess.

    Not so much for everywhere else.

    1. Same old story. Those with multiple options now get more options. Those with no options now still have now options.

    2. Coverage maps? 24Ghz / 39GHz bands? Compatible handsets? Nice paper launch.

    3. AT&T 5G will only work in those cities with a "puck" for an unknown period. Not so good.

    4. With AT&T 5G it gets worse. They just admitted their first 5G phones won't roam on any other carrier; they will not be able to use the 28MHz frequencies used by other companies. An AT&T exclusive phone? No thanks.

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