5G and you
Delivering the future with cutting-edge 5G technologies & access in more locations.
What is 5G?
The next generation of mobile communication is here. 5G is a whole new kind of network—faster, smarter and more responsive. AT&T is laying the foundation for a continuously improving network, launching new devices and building more cell sites to change the way you talk, text, and connect.
Requires a compatible device and a compatible plan for 5G connection. Limited AT&T 5G availability. May not be available in your area.
CA: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose
NV: Las Vegas
NY: Buffalo, New York, Rochester
PA: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh
We’ve made changes that are already bringing faster speeds to the latest devices on our LTE network.
A nationwide 5G network will change how we connect for generations to come.
Even faster 5G speeds will power innovation zones in select locations.
Our 5G network is taking shape beautifully
We’re launching an array of cutting-edge 5G devices, all connecting to a responsive network that reacts in close to real time. As we continue to roll out more coverage over broader areas, we’re paving the way for self-driving vehicles, more seamless AR experiences, cloud gaming services — and more.
5G+ is our name for 5G areas expected to provide even faster 5G service in select areas around the country. This will create innovation zones where the most ambitious uses of 5G can come to life. While the initial launch of 5G+ is modest, speeds, coverage, and devices will improve in 2019 and beyond.
You can see if your device is compatible with our 5G+ network by checking the wireless specs for your device.
5G+ is now available in select areas of the following cities:
CA: Los Angeles, Menlo Park, Oakland, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, West Hollywood
FL: Jacksonville, Miami, Miami Gardens, Orlando
LA: New Orleans
MD: Baltimore, Ocean City
NC: Charlotte, Raleigh
NV: Las Vegas
NY: New York City
OK: Oklahoma City
PA: King of Prussia, Philadelphia
TX: Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Waco