AT&T is working hard on bringing the best 5G out there. On March 6 AT&T is launching 5G+ which will use millimeter wave technology. With 5G+ AT&T is expecting to see speeds of up to 2Gbps. Previously AT&T was using the low band 850MHz spectrum, which has more range but slower speeds.
AT&T coverage of 5G is currently in 80 total markets, the 5G+ is going to available in 35 cities. This technology will be in limited locations like: “select businesses, universities, hospitals, and sports venues”. 5G+ isn’t the only new thing from AT&T, they have also expanded the list of cities with 5G to another 22.
March 3, 2020: 5G is live in Albany, Ga.; Albany, N.Y.; Athens, Ga.; Beaverhead County, Mont.; Binghamton, N.Y.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; Denver, Colo.; Hamilton, Ohio; Lancaster, Pa.; Lincoln County, Mont.; Madera County, Calif.; Madison County, Va.; Mono County, Calif.; Provo, Utah; Raleigh County, W. Va; Ross County, Ohio; Santa Rosa, Calif.; Springfield, Ohio; State College, Pa.; Sussex County, N.J. and Worcester, Mass.