As AT & T expands its network true 5G it has added new cities expected to be operational in 201
] AT & T announced today the new enhancements, including the likes of Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose as their 2019 launch cities. I'm pretty sure AT & T 5G did more than it did in December, but AT & T could name just a few.
With AT & T 5G, AT & T says that some early customers have already seen speeds in the range of 200-300 Mbps, with peak values of around 400 Mbps. That's not bad! It's also a long way from the speeds of 1-2 Gbps, which we hear about from mobile phone companies and Qualcomm.
Remember, AT & T calls their 5G network "5G +" for some reason, as if it were upgrading it to another 5G device. The thing is, there is only a 5G at this time and AT & T is making the "+" add-on to try out & try out. This is stupid, but not surprising, because the company shows "5GE" logos on phones that 5G will not execute and will never execute.
Starting today, AT & T's 5G network can only be accessed by certain hotspot devices such as the Netgear Nighthawk 5G, which you'll see earlier in this post. The first 5G phones are expected this year.