AT&T, the nation’s widely recognized carrier, is expanding its 5G Network to three new cities. People in North Carolina’s Charlotte and Raleigh and those in Kansas City will have access to the faster wireless signal.
Previously, it announced Atlanta, and Dallas and Waco in Texas. “We’re deliberately launching with a mix of big and mid-sized cities,” AT&T said in a press release. “All Americans should have access to next-gen connectivity to avoid a new digital divide.”
AT&T also shed some light on the status of its LTE-LAA Network. Another eight cities have come online with LTE-LAA today: Austin, Dallas, Houston, Little Rock, San Antonio, San Jose, Tampa and Tuscaloosa.
Source : AT&T