AT&T* is putting the pieces in motion to bring 5G service to tens of millions of consumers and businesses this year, ahead of plans to offer nationwide 5G in the first half of 2020. Following our recent launch of AT&T Unlimited Extra and AT&T Unlimited Elite we are adding access to 5G service in these plans and will begin preorders for our first low-band 5G smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G,
“When we introduced the U.S. to 5G last year, we started with a business-first and experience-based strategy to lay the foundation for innovation to come,” said Thaddeus Arroyo, CEO, AT&T Consumer. “We’re now introducing consumers to the future of wireless with broad 5G service included in our best unlimited plans for 5G devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G.”
AT&T on Path to Nationwide 5G
Built on the Nation’s Best and also the Fastest Wireless Network,1 we plan to offer nationwide 5G to consumers and businesses in the first half of next year.
In the coming weeks, our 5G network will launch over low-band spectrum in the Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Providence, R.I., Rochester, N.Y., and San Diego market areas. We also plan to launch in several more markets, including Boston, Las Vegas, Milwaukee, New York City, San Francisco, Birmingham, Ala., Bridgeport, Conn., Buffalo, N.Y., Louisville, Ky., San Jose, Calif. and others.
Check out our maps to see where we’ll offer service in these areas.2
Customers with a compatible 5G device will have confidence in knowing they will still be able to connect to the Nation’s Best and also the Fastest Wireless Network if they travel outside our available 5G coverage area.
In addition to our launch of 5G service over low-band spectrum, we continue to offer even faster and higher performing 5G+ over mmWave spectrum to businesses today in parts of 21 cities.3 We plan to reach parts of 30 cities with 5G+ in early 2020.
5G Included in Recently Launched Unlimited Plans
We will include access to 5G service in the below plans at no extra cost when we roll out 5G in the coming weeks.
In addition to 5G service included, AT&T Unlimited Elite will give you 30 gigabytes (GB) of mobile hotspot data per line, HBO and HD streaming all for $50 a month per line on 4 lines after autopay and paperless bill discount.4 Elite also includes the largest premium data on any unlimited plan in the industry for consumers, offering 100 GB of data on a line in a bill cycle before a customer might temporarily see slow data speeds on that line when the network is busy.
In May 2020, U.S. customers who subscribe to HBO, including those who receive it as part of our current and future postpaid wireless plans, will be able to get HBO Max at no extra charge.
AT&T Unlimited Extra customers will have 5G service included, as well as 15GB of mobile hotspot data per line for $40 a month per line on 4 lines after autopay and paperless bill discount.4 Extra includes 50 GB of data on a line in a bill cycle before a customer might temporarily see slow data speeds on that line when the network is busy.
5G service will not be available everywhere and will require a compatible device. More details are available at att.com/5GforYou.
Preorder Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G to Experience New Plans, New 5G Network
we’ll start preorders for our first 5G device for consumers, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G. This cutting-edge device will be able to access our low-band 5G network at launch. This will give consumers and businesses the ability to do things like ultra-responsive gaming, precise navigation and near real-time, immersive video communications.
Bookmark att.com/GalaxyNote10Plus5G to get a Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G for as low as $350 next week when purchased on a qualifying device installment plan, unlimited plan and trade in.5
If you’re a business, contact your AT&T account manager or visit our business digital portals to learn how you can take advantage of our low-band 5G network with the Business Elite and Business Performance Unlimited plans.