September 20, 2022
ATT Expands its 5G Coverage to 28 more Regions around the US

AT&T Expands its 5G Coverage to 28 More Cities — See which Ones Here

AT&T has brought its 5G service to twenty-eight more markets around the US, but it’s mostly low-band, and not the fastest available…

As of now, there are a total of 355 areas where AT&T offers its 5G low-band coverage. That’s because it just added another twenty-eight across the country, including such markets as Dallas, Orlando, Miami, and Salt Lake City. So, for the very few that have a 5G-compatible mobile device, there are faster connections available. 

AT&T Expands its 5G Coverage to 28 More Regions around the US

Although the company is advertising this as 5G, it’s not the coverage that most people associate with those blazing-fast download speeds. Instead, it offers a bit more speed and lower latency. Meaning, it is an improvement over 4G LTE and averages 59.3Mbps. This, compared to AT&T’s high-band network, which provides speeds up to or more than 1Gbps.

Now, this shouldn’t be confused with its 5G E, which isn’t actually a 5G network. Instead, it’s a slightly faster version of LTE. Here’s the list of the new areas where AT&T has opened to its low-band 5G availability:


  • Ouachita County


  • Melbourne
  • Miami
  • Orlando
  • West Palm Beach


  • Maui County


  • Idaho County


  • Alton-Granite City


  • Jackson


  • Columbia


  • Chippewa County

North Dakota/Minnesota

  • Fargo-Moorhead


  • Eugene-Springfield


  • Crawford County

Puerto Rico

  • Aguadilla
  • Aibonito Municipality
  • Arecibo
  • Mayaguez
  • Ponce
  • Rincon Municipality
  • San Juan


  • Lake County


  • Austin
  • Dallas
  • Navarro County
  • Victoria
  • Wilson County


  • Salt Lake City

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