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AT&T Wireless Coverage

Wireless Coverage Type

Domestic

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Want to see what coverage is available for your mobile device? Select the appropriate device type to see coverage for the network speed your device supports, plus all speeds below it. For example, if you choose 4G, you'll see 3G and 2G coverage too.

Domestic Wireless Voice Coverage

This map shows wireless voice coverage in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Map displays approximate coverage

Important Information About This Coverage Map

This coverage viewer provides a high-level approximation of wireless coverage. There are gaps in coverage that are not shown by this high-level approximation. Actual coverage may differ from map graphics and may be affected by terrain, weather, foliage, buildings and other construction, signal strength, high-usage periods, customer equipment, and other factors. AT&T does not guarantee coverage. Our coverage maps are not intended to show actual customer performance on the network, nor are they intended to show future network needs or build requirements inside or outside of existing AT&T coverage areas. Coverage maps also may include areas served by unaffiliated carriers and may depict licensed areas rather than an approximation of coverage. Charges will be based on the location of the site receiving and transmitting the call, not the subscriber's location. Your phone's display does not indicate the rate you will be charged.

These maps are subject to the Microsoft® Service Agreement and for informational purposes only. No guarantee is made regarding their completeness or accuracy. Construction projects, traffic, or other events may cause actual conditions to differ from these results. Map and traffic data 2013 NAVTEQ®

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Coverage Legend Definitions

Best: Signals are strongest in areas shown in dark orange and should be sufficient for most in-building coverage. However, in-building coverage can be adversely affected by the thickness and/or construction type of walls or your location in the building (for example, in the basement in the middle of a building with multiple walls). This AT&T-owned wireless network provides 3G and 2G service.

Good: The areas shown in medium orange should support on-street or in-the-open coverage, most in-vehicle coverage and some in-building coverage. This AT&T-owned wireless network provides 3G and 2G service.

Moderate: The signal should be strong enough to support on-street or in-the-open coverage in areas shown in light orange. However, signals may not be strong enough for in-vehicle or in-building coverage. This AT&T-owned wireless network provides 3G and 2G service.

Partner: The areas shown in tan depict coverage provided by unaffiliated carriers. In these areas, the signal should be strong enough for on-street or in-the-open coverage, but may not be sufficient for in-vehicle or in-building coverage.

Requires 3G Handset: To access coverage in the areas shown in a striped pattern, you'll need a 3G-capable device and eligible rate plan. Like all coverage, it can be adversely affected by distance from cell site, weather, foliage, tower congestion, and other factors. You'll know you're in an AT&T 3G coverage area when the 3G network indicator displays beside the signal bars on your phone.