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AT&T Announces Launch Date For Their Faster 5G Network
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Currently - AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint offer 5G services.
5G services are offered in some highly populated metro areas. Actually coverage varies by carrier.
Currently AT&T serves areas within 21 US cities; however, all carriers will continue to expand rapidly in 2020.
DISH is moving into the market as the fourth wireless carrier while also taking over Sprint’s prepaid wireless business. DISH is required to build out a 5G wireless network that is able to serve 70% of the U.S. by June of 2023.