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*Other coverage include 3G & Roaming coverage.

5G service requires a compatible device and compatible plan.? This map displays approximate AT&T 5G coverage, including coverage available by August 2020. Actual coverage may vary. Coverage isn’t guaranteed and is subject to change without notice.


Generating excitement

Designed to surpass the speed of 4G, AT&T 5G mobile technology has the potential to create untold communication possibilities. From enhancing real-time video chats to multi-dimensional entertainment, the power of 5G is generating excitement.?AT&T 5G is already available in many communities and is now nationwide.

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The new wave

Millimeter wave technology powers the growing AT&T 5G+ mobile network. These microwaves may be small, but they have big potential. Ultimately, they will change the way we connect, experience entertainment and even the way we do business.?

AT&T 5G+ is now available in select areas and venues of the following cities:

AZ: Phoenix

CA: Los Angeles, Menlo Park, Oakland, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, West Hollywood

FL: Jacksonville, Miami, Miami Gardens, Orlando

GA: Atlanta

IN: Indianapolis

KY: Louisville

LA: New Orleans

MD: Baltimore, Ocean City

MI: Detroit

NC: Charlotte, Raleigh

NV: Las Vegas

NY: New York City

OH: Cleveland

OK: Oklahoma City?

PA: King of Prussia, Philadelphia

TN: Nashville?

TX: Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Waco

Which phones work with 5G?

5G service will only work with certain devices. Currently, 5G phones from AT&T include the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, and Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G. ?

What is 5G?

5G is the next step in the evolution of wireless technology. To put it simply, 5G could help you do everything you already love doing on your phone—only much, much faster.??

Where is 5G available from AT&T?

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