According tomedia reports, AT?amp;T continues to drive its low-band 5G network, adding support to six new cities: New York City, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Las Vegas, Detroit and Philadelphia. Like the 5G network, launched earlier in December, the six new cities have adopted the company’s conventional 5G network based on its low-band 850MHz spectrum technology.
In addition to the low-band launch, the company will also launch a mmWave 5G plus network in parts of Baltimore and Detroit, although the 5G-plus network is not currently available to regular users.
The six new cities bring the total number of 5G-supported cities at AT?amp;T to 19 (5G plus cities to 25), although the operator has so far launched only one 5G phone: the $1,300 5G Galaxy Note 10. Still, the addition of big-city areas such as New York and Washington has encouraged AT.T, especially with more 5G devices coming in 2020.