AT&T brings 5G to Austin, Miami, Salt Lake City և 25 other regions
Low band 5G network of AT&T Today, 28 new districts are expandingincluding Austin, Miami, Dallas and Salt Lake City. If you’re looking to boost your current LTE connection speed and have a 5G compatible phone, you may want to check if your connection is part of this latest extension.
Technically, we’re talking about the AT&T low band 5G network, which has slightly better speeds and latency compared to the 4G LTE. When? OpenSignal tested 5G speed In the winter of this year, one of the major telephone operators in the city center found that the average load speed of AT&T was 59.3 Mbps. -Strict network should not be confused with AT&T’s 5G Plus, high quality network with mmWave frequencies, which offers away faster internet speed than low gift offers. sometimes more than 1Gbps. The company also offers another “5G” version – 5G E. But it’s not a real 5G at all, but a slightly faster version of LTE. Yes, it’s a little confusing.
My colleague Chaim Gartenberg made a strong explanation to 5G earlier this month, explaining that although 5G is generally will add and enhance mobile technology, it provides many commercial exchanges with a 5G radio electromagnetic spectrum, thanks to the limited range of expensive 5G smartphones and 5G network coverage.
The new addition brings the total number of AT&T to 355 coverage areas, although it was a major event in April when the airline launched its low-band 5G in 137 new cities, including Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Nashville and Tallahassee. By the end of the year, the carrier promises a national 5G. Here is a complete list of all the areas that now offer low-end 5G from today:
- West Palm Beach:
North Dakota / Minnesota
- City Hall of Aibonito
- Rincon City Hall
- San Juan
- County of Navarre
- Wilson County
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