AT&T Makes 5G Available In New York, But Not For Everyone

Posted: Aug 6 2019, 11:24pm CDT | by , in Technology News

 

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AT&T makes 5G available in New York, but not for everyone
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AT&T's 5G network will work with the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on the AT&T Business Unlimited Preferred plan.

AT&T, the United States’ largest telecommunications provider, has officially rolled out its 5G service in New York, but is limited to business customers and developers.

The company’s new network service will start catering to businesses and developers. “As a densely-populated, global business and entertainment hub, New York City stands to benefit greatly from having access to 5G, and we’ve been eager to introduce the service here,” AT&T New York President Amy Kramer said in a statement.

New York is the 21st city where AT&T offers its 5G service after rolling it out to Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Raleigh, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose and Waco.

The phone carrier said its service is more than just 5G. It has named it 5G+, saying it provides additional capacity and lower latency over 5G millimeter wave.

Following New York, AT&T said it plans to expand its 5G+ offering across 30 cities to include Chicago, Cleveland, Minneapolis and more, ahead of the planned expansion nationwide in the first half of 2020.

Select AT&T customers in New York will be able to use the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on the AT&T Business Unlimited Preferred plan. The Galaxy S10 5G is AT&T’s first mobile phone supported with 5G.

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