KEY POINTS

  • AT&T recently expands its low-band 5G coverage to 45 cities
  • T-Mobile widens its low-band 5G coverage to 95 cities as well
  • Here is the list of cities that has AT&T and T-Mobile low-band 5G coverage

Analysts and economists are anticipating that 2020 is going to be a year where tech giants and smartphone makers would introduce products and devices with 5G support. Although the new generation of wireless connectivity is not that widespread in the US yet, several carriers are trying their best to provide 5G wireless cellular network connectivity in many areas. Fortunately, T-Mobile and AT&T are currently expanding their services to more cities in the country.

AT&T is offering low-band 5G networks, which works and performs similar to 4G. Recently, the company bumped its list of low-band fifth-generation cellular coverage to 45 cities. The company rolled out its latest wireless cellular connectivity to Gila, Arizona, Macon, and Worth in Georgia, and Hartford, in Connecticut.

Other cities, which now have 5G wireless cellular connectivity from AT&T, include Flint, Kalamazoo, Newaygo in Michigan. The service is also available in Pennsylvania, specifically in Erie, Northeast, and York. Moreover, Salem in Oregon, Spokane, Washington, and Kansas City in Missouri, now gets AT&T's fifth-generation cellular service.

The fifth generation or 5G mobile networks will offer super-fast data transfer for technologies such as self-driving cars and remotely operated factory robots The fifth generation or 5G mobile networks will offer super-fast data transfer for technologies such as self-driving cars and remotely operated factory robots Photo: AFP / Justin TALLIS

T-Mobile also ramps up its low-band 5G coverage to 95 cities in the US. It is now available in Arkansas, particularly in Hector and Moorefield. It is also available in Arizona, specifically in Cordes Lakes, Huachuca City, Spring Valley, and Winkelman. In California, the company's service is available in Desert Shores.

The company's new generation, low-band cellular service, is also available in Colorado, particularly in Ault, Collbran, Lakeside, and Lynn. In Iowa, the service is available on Bancroft, Crystal Lake, Frederika, Grafton, Hampton, and Larchwood. The service is also available in Luxemburg, McCallsburg, Ocheyedan, Paullina, Plainfield, Ryan, Scarville, St. Anthony, and Sutherland in Iowa.

Illinois, specifically in McCook, Merrionette Park, and Preston Heights, receives the company's latest fifth-generation cellular service. Brownsboro Farm, Dixon, Goose Creek, Lynnview, Manor Creek, Strathmoor Manor, Strathmoor Village, Watterson Park, Woodland Hills in Kentucky now has 5G coverage under T-Mobile.  The service is also available in Indiana, specifically in Bloomfield, Newburgh, Parkers Settlement, Riley, Royal Center, Versailles, and Westport.

Richmond and Tallulah in Louisiana have T-Mobile's latest cellular service as well as in Lonaconing, Maryland, Skyline, in Minnesota. Jette and Plains in Montana, Old Fort in North Carolina, and Gardner in North Dakota all got the company's latest cellular service. Other areas like Dunbar in Nebraska, Hatch, and Manzano in New Mexico, Hood River in Oregon, Folly Beach in South Carolina, Shoshoni in Wyoming, and Brandonville in West Virginia all got T-Mobile's 5G low-band service.

In Ohio areas like Brecon, Four Bridges, New Miami, Pleasant Hills, Remington now gets the latest cellular coverage from T-Mobile. Meanwhile,  Oklahoma's Carney, Eakly, Erick, Goodwell, Grand Lake Towne, Hennessey, Oktaha, Wyandotte now gets the same service too. Pennsylvania's Avondale, Bryn Mawr, Conneaut Lake, Mercersburg, Perryopolis, and Reynoldsville now has the company's fifth-generation wireless cellular coverage.

Texas also gets the company's new service, specifically in  Fort Hancock, Hilltop, Karnes City, Mineola, Panhandle, Quitman, Richland, and Santa Anna. Utah's Junction, Lynndyl, and Washington's Esperance, Fife, Kettle Falls, and Wisconsin's Marion, Newburg, Tigerton all have the latest cellular service offered by T-Mobile.