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AT&T expands low-band 5G coverage to 13 additional cities

February 6, 2020


AT&T’s ongoing extension of 5G coverage is holding steady, as almost exactly a month after its last wave of deployments, the operator has announced 13 additional cities now covered by its low-band 5G network.

The new cities include: Atlantic City, New Jersey; Bakersfield, Modesto, Oxnard, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo, California; Boston and New Bedford, Massachusetts; Dayton, Ohio; Frederick, Maryland; Liberty, Georgia; St. Louis, Missouri; and Wichita, Kansas.

To date, AT&T now has a 5G market total of 32 cities, as well as 35 cities with very limited, millimeter-wave-based “5G+” coverage.

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