As we’ve previously documented, in December AT&T rolled out its low-band 5G network. As promised, the company came up with six more new cities to feature AT&T’s regular 5G network.
The six cities to benefit from its 5G coverage are big cities from the US. We’re are talking about New York City, Washington, DC, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Detroit, and Philadelphia.
With AT&T’s Unlimited Extra or Unlimited Elite plans ($75 or $85 per month for a single line) customers can benefit from access to AT&T’s 5G network without extra costs.
This way, AT&T reaches a total number 19 5G cities at 19 and so far offers a 5G phone, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, with hopes that more devices will be added.
Feel free to check the coverage maps for each of the new 5G cities here: