Alabama

  • Birmingham 
  • Franklin County  
  • Huntsville  

Arizona

  • Gila  

Arkansas

  • Fayetteville-Springdale  
  • Fort Smith  

California

  • Bakersfield 
  • Chico 
  • El Dorado County 
  • Los Angeles  
  • Madera County 
  • Modesto 
  • Mono County 
  • Oxnard 
  • Redding 
  • Sacramento 
  • San Diego  
  • San Francisco  
  • San Jose  
  • San Luis Obispo 
  • Santa Barbara 
  • Santa Cruz 
  • Santa Rosa 
  • Tehama County 
  • Vallejo 
  • Yuba City  

Colorado

  • Colorado Springs  
  • Denver  

Connecticut

  • Bridgeport  
  • Hartford  
  • New Haven   
  • New London-Norwich   

Delaware

  • Kent County  
  • Wilmington  

District of Columbia

  • Washington D.C.  

Florida

  • Bradenton  
  • Dixie County  
  • Fort Pierce  
  • Hamilton County  
  • Hardee County  
  • Ocala  
  • Pensacola  
  • Sarasota 
  •  Tampa  

Georgia

  • Albany 
  • Athens  
  • Chattooga County  
  • Dawson County 
  • Hancock County
  • Liberty   
  • Macon  
  • Marion County  
  • Whitfield County
  • Worth  

Idaho

  • Boise City  
  • Boundary County  

Illinois

  • Chicago  
  • Mason County  
  • Washington County  

Indiana

  • Brown County  
  • Elkhart-Goshen  
  • Evansville  
  • Fort Wayne  
  • Gary  
  • Indianapolis   
  • South Bend  

Kansas

  • Brown County  
  • Topeka  
  • Wichita  

Kentucky

  • Fulton County  
  • Lexington-Fayette  
  • Louisville    
  • Mason County  
  • Meade County 
  • Trimble County 

Louisiana

  • Beauregard Parish
  • Houma-Thibodaux
  • Lake Charles  
  • New Orleans    
  • Shreveport  

Maryland

  • Baltimore   
  • Frederick  

Massachusetts

  • Boston  
  • New Bedford  
  • Springfield  
  • Worcester   

Michigan

  • Cass County  
  • Detroit   
  • Flint  
  • Kalamazoo  
  • Newaygo  

Minnesota

  • Duluth  
  • Le Sueur County  
  • St. Cloud  

Missouri

  • Bates County  
  • Callaway County  
  • De Kalb County  
  • Joplin  
  • Kansas City  
  • Saline County  
  • Springfield  
  • St. Joseph  
  • St. Louis  

Montana

  • Beaverhead County  
  • Billings  
  • Lincoln County  
  • Mineral County  

Nevada

  • Las Vegas   
  • Reno  
  • Storey County  

New Hampshire

  • Portsmouth  

New Jersey

  • Atlantic City  
  • Hunterdon County  
  • Long Branch  
  • New Brunswick  
  • Ocean County  
  • Sussex County  
  • Trenton  
  • Vineland-Millville  

New Mexico

  • Las Cruces  

New York

  • Albany  
  • Binghamton  
  • Buffalo  
  • New York City   
  • Orange County  
  • Otsego County  
  • Rochester  
  • Syracuse  
  • Utica  
  • Yates County  

Ohio

  • Cincinnati  
  • Clinton County  
  • Columbus  
  • Dayton  
  • Hamilton  
  • Hancock County  
  • Mercer County  
  • Morrow County  
  • Perry County  
  • Ross County  
  • Sandusky County  
  • Springfield  
  • Steubenville-Weirton  
  • Tuscarawas County  

Oklahoma

  • Grant County  

Oregon

  • Clatsop County  
  • Portland  
  • Salem  

Pennsylvania

  • Allentown  
  • Erie  
  • Greene County  
  • Harrisburg  
  • Johnstown  
  • Lancaster  
  • Northeastern
  • Philadelphia   
  • Pittsburgh  
  • Reading  
  • State College  
  • Union County  
  • Wayne County  
  • Williamsport  
  • York  

Rhode Island

  • Providence  

Texas

  • Abilene  
  • Beaumont  
  • Concho County  
  • Fannin County  
  • Lubbock  
  • Newton County  
  • Sherman-Denison  
  • Waco   

Utah

  • Provo  

Virginia

  • Frederick County  
  • Madison County  

Washington

  • Bellingham  
  • Clallam County  
  • Ferry County  
  • Kittitas County  
  • Richland-Kennewick  
  • Seattle  
  • Spokane  
  • Tacoma  
  • Yakima  

West Virginia

  • Monongalia County  
  • Parkersburg-Marietta  
  • Raleigh County  
  • Wheeling  

Wisconsin

  • Madison  
  • Milwaukee  
 

5G will ultimately unlock use cases that are dependent on faster speed, wide coverage, and low latency. Think of this as the next frontier in untethering, giving you the ability to take the ultra-fast experience you have in your home or business with you virtually anywhere. This next revolution in wireless technology will create significant new economic opportunities and better experiences for people and businesses serving customers across industries as well as creating new ones.

Our trial with Magnolia Silos in Waco, Texas provided us a glimpse into how 5G could change retail for example. We observed wireless speeds of approximately 1.2 Gbps in a 400 MHz channel and RAN latency rates at 9-12 milliseconds.

Whether you’re a retailer, car wash owner, hospital, manufacturer, public safety entity or a bank, 5G promises to change the customer experience and provide new economic opportunities for your business.

For information and statements related to 5G regulatory matters, please visit AT&T’s Public Policy forum.

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