5G Wireless Coverage
Under current proposals, most 5G wireless coverage will be a mostly local, "Fixed Wireless" offering. Some carriers have proposed 5G mobile wireless coverage across a large portion of their cellular network. When carriers begins to offer widespread 5G coverage, we will show it here.
Where the major carriers will first offer 5G Wireless:
Also, read why 5G wireless may NOT be coming to your neighborhood!
Red: Verizon Wireless
base map credit: Fierce Wireless
AT&T 5G Spectrum Map:
AT&T has proposed to use 24 GHz and 39 GHz for 5G wireless coverage. This map shows their current holdings in those bands.
image credit: allnetinsights.com
Sprint 2.5 GHz 5G Spectrum:
Sprint plans to use their large amount of 2.5 GHz spectrum for 5G wireless. However, it's complicated. The band is broken up into several services that the FCC plans to re-allocate to make the band more useful for general wireless customers. This map represents how much space Sprint currently has to operate in each market of the country at 2.5 GHz under current allocations. (Sprint acquired this spectrum with their purchase of Clear Wireless)
T-Mobile 600 MHz 5G Spectrum:
T-Mobile has announced that they will offer 5G wireless mobile coverage in their 600 MHz frequency spectrum. This map shows the locations of that spectrum and its depth at the end of the 600 MHz FCC auction. T-Mobile is also developing 5G wireless in their higher frequency allocations.
Verizon 5G Spectrum Map:
Verizon Wireless has indicated they will utilize most 5G wireless service at 39 GHz. This map shows their holdings in that frequency band. This map will be replaced by a Verizon 5G Wireless Coverage Map, if any is released.
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