AT&T’s real 5G network expanded today to 7 more cities, bringing the total to 19. That’s more than any other carrier can claim at this point, in case you were wondering.
The new AT&T 5G cities are Austin, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose. Keep in mind that AT&T mobile 5G is only available in parts of those cities. When we’re talking 5G, it’s going to be a while (possibly years) before an entire city is blanketed with the newness. Why is that? Because 5G is confusing and sort of awful at the moment.
RELATED: List of all US 5G cities by carrier
Live in one of those cities and want to jump on AT&T 5G today? You can’t. Well, you can if you buy their Netgear Nighthawk 5G product and sign-up for one of their hotspot plans. At this time, AT&T does not offer a 5G smartphone. During the course of the 2019, they’ll have at least two 5G phones, but neither are available at this time.
OK, good talk.