AT&T brings 5G service to its 20th city in the US
Since we've already reported about what T-Mobile and Verizon have decided to do this week, let's see what AT&T is been up to, as the last carrier to reveal something regarding its 5G service. Well, it appears that AT&T has added yet another city to the list of cities with 5G network coverage: Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is now the 20th city in the US with AT&T 5G service, the carrier announced recently. Of course, this can only be enjoyed by business customers who bought the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and subscribed to the AT&T Business Unlimited Preferred plan.
AT&T says that its 5G service is available in “parts of Las Vegas,” so we must assume that it doesn't cover the whole city at the moment. Apart from Las Vegas, AT&T's 5G network covers 19 other cities: Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Louisville, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Raleigh, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Waco.