• Tuesday, December 10, 2019

AT&T’s 5G network launches next month with the $1,300 Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G

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  1. F-22Raptor

    F-22Raptor SENIOR MEMBER

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    AT&T is finally opening its 5G network up to consumers. Next month, the carrier will begin selling the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5Gfor $1,300, and customers on select unlimited plans will be able to connect it to AT&T’s burgeoning 5G network.

    Initially, 5G for consumers will be offered in five cities: Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Providence, Rochester, and San Diego. An additional 10 cities, including New York, Boston, and San Francisco, are listed as coming “soon after,” and AT&T intends to have nationwide coverage within the first half of 2020.

    https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/22/20977087/att-5g-consumer-launch-galaxy-s10-plus-5g
     
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    That's some really wonderful American "5G". :rofl:

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    Hamartia Antidote ELITE MEMBER

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    5GE was rolled out last February as their enhanced 4G (there were no 5G phones back then) for 4G phones. 4G phones in those rollout markets saw “5GE”.


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    This December rollout is 5G. So 5G phones will now see “5G” in the new system and 4G phones in certain markets that got the February rollout will still see “5GE”.

    It’s a win for both 4G phone users and 5G phone users.
     
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