AT&T expands its 5G network to 7 more US cities - CNET

The state of 5G continues to be a mess, as big US telecoms race to one-up one another by being the first to deploy hobbled versions of the next-gen networking technology across the country. AT&T now boasts 19 cities with 5G service as of today, but thereís once again a big caveat: there arenít any smartphones that can use it yet. Furthermore, AT&Tís only available true 5G device, a mobile hotspot it provides, canít yet be purchased in stores. The only two 5G smartphones that will be made available to US customers so far this year are the Verizon-exclusive Samsung Galaxy S10, which doesnít even have a firm release date, and the Verizon- and Sprint-exclusive LG V50. (Samsungís Galaxy Fold is supposed to come in a 5G version as well, but... Continue reading…

AT&T expands its 5G network to 7 more US cities - CNET

For now, the mobile carrier is offering only hotspot coverage, not phones.

Tue 9 Apr 19 from CNET

AT&T boasts about 5G service in 19 cities, but thereís still no phone that can use it

The state of 5G continues to be a mess, as big US telecoms race to one-up one another by being the first to deploy hobbled versions of the next-gen networking technology across ...

Tue 9 Apr 19 from The Verge

AT&T expands mobile 5G rollout with seven new cities, total rises to 19

The 5G battle between carriers is picking up steam.        

Tue 9 Apr 19 from USA today

AT&T just opened 5G in seven more cities, still doesnít have a 5G phone

AT&T has rolled out its mmWave 5G service to seven more cities, though you can only access it with a mobile hotspot.

Tue 9 Apr 19 from Techradar

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