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Press Release -- March 17th, 2020
Source: AT&T
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AT&T Continues to Build 5G on the Nation’s Best Wireless Network

5G is the future of wireless technology and is poised to jumpstart the next wave of unforeseen mobile innovation. As the first to introduce the U.S. to mobile 5G, we’ve seen its power and are excited to continue to unlock new experiences for more customers.

This week, we’re introducing our 5G network to 20 more markets. With this latest news, we now provide access to 5G1 on our best unlimited wireless plans for consumers and businesses in a total of 100 markets across the U.S. And 5G+ is now available in parts of 35 cities for customers with compatible plans and devices.

Two flavors of next generation 5G technology

We’re building our more widely available 5G network on the Nation’s Best Wireless Network using low-band spectrum.  This service now covers more than 80 million people. This service offers impressive speeds over broader distances than 5G+ and is ideal for mobile customers who need performance while on the go.

We offer an enhanced wireless experience on 5G+ with our millimeter wave service though with more limited coverage. Results continue to be impressive – we have seen a peak download speed of over 2 Gbps -- where customers at select businesses, universities, hospitals and sports venues are beginning to see the early benefits.

Check back often to stay updated on where we’re introducing 5G next. For more information on AT&T 5G availability, check out att.com/5Gforyou.

1. Requires a compatible device and a compatible plan for 5G connection. Limited AT&T 5G availability. May not be available in your area.

Where 5G is Available

March 16, 2020: 5G is live in Allentown, Pa.; Brown County, Ind.; Hancock County, Ga.; Hancock County, Ohio; Harrisburg, Pa.; Huntsville, Ala.; Kent County, Del.; Lexington-Fayette, Ky.; Otsego County, N.Y.; Reading, Pa.; Reno, Nev.; Sandusky County, Ohio; Santa Cruz, Calif.; Springfield, Mo.; Storey County, Nev.; Syracuse, N.Y.; Topeka, Kan.; Trenton, N.J.; Tuscarawas County, Ohio; Washington County, Ill.

March 3, 2020: 5G is live in Albany, Ga.; Albany, N.Y.; Athens, Ga.; Beaverhead County, Mont.; Binghamton, N.Y.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; Denver, Colo.; Hamilton, Ohio; Lancaster, Pa.; Lincoln County, Mont.; Madera County, Calif.; Madison County, Va.; Mono County, Calif.; Provo, Utah; Raleigh County, W. Va; Ross County, Ohio; Santa Rosa, Calif.; Springfield, Ohio; State College, Pa.; Sussex County, N.J. and Worcester, Mass.

Feb. 17, 2020: 5G is live in Chattooga County, Ga.; Hunterdon County, N.J.; Las Cruces, N.M.; Long Branch, N.J.; New Brunswick, N.J.; New Haven, Conn.; Ocean County, N.J.; Orange County, N.Y.; Portland, Ore.; Utica-Rome, N.Y.; Vallejo, Calif.; Whitfield County, Ga. and Wilmington, Del.

Feb. 11, 2020: 5G is live in Gila, Ariz.; Hartford, Conn.; Kalamazoo, Mich.; Kansas City, Mo.; Macon, Ga.; Newaygo, Mich.; Northeast Penn.; Salem, Ore.; Spokane, Wash.; Worth, Ga. and York, Penn.

Feb. 5, 2020: 5G is live in Atlantic City, N.J.; Bakersfield, Calif.; Boston, Mass.; Dayton, Ohio; Frederick, Md.; Liberty, Ga.; Modesto, Calif.; New Bedford, Mass.; Oxnard, Calif.; San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Santa Barbara, Calif.; St. Louis, Mo. and Wichita, Kan.

Jan. 3, 2020: 5G is live in Baltimore; Bridgeport, Conn.; Buffalo; Detroit; Las Vegas; Louisville, Ky.; New York City; Philadelphia and Washington D.C. markets.

Dec. 13, 2019: 5G is live in Birmingham, Ala.; Indianapolis; Los Angeles; Milwaukee; Pittsburgh; Providence, R.I.; Rochester, N.Y.; San Diego; San Francisco and San Jose, Calif. markets.

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