AT&T Launches 5G in 22 more cities

Today, AT&T 5G has gone live in 22 more cities around the country, bringing the total to 80 cities nationwide to have AT&T 5G service. The service went live in more areas of New York, Ohio, and California, which already had AT&T 5G in some spots, as well as a variety of other places from Georgia to Montana:

  • Albany, Ga.
  • Albany, N.Y.
  • Athens, Ga.
  • Beaverhead County, Mont.
  • Binghamton, N.Y.
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Denver, Colo.
  • Hamilton, Ohio
  • Lancaster, Pa.
  • Lincoln County, Mont.
  • Madera County, Calif.
  • Madison County, Va.
  • Mono County, Calif.
  • Provo, Utah
  • Raleigh County, W. Va
  • Ross County, Ohio
  • Santa Rosa, Calif.
  • Springfield, Ohio
  • State College, Pa.
  • Sussex County, N.J.
  • Worcester, Mass.

The 5G service available in these 22 cities and most of the other previously launched areas is low-band 5G, which provides good coverage but not a dramatic speed advantage over LTE. AT&T’s super-fast millimeter wave 5G service is only available in small parts of 35 cities.