5G Wireless Coverage
AT&T Nationwide 5G Coverage:
Showing where AT&T offers 5G speeds using Low-Band frequencies as of August, 2020:
► Go to AT&T City-Level 5G Coverage Maps.
('Sub6' refers to frequencies below 6GHz)
AT&T "5G+" Coverage:
Where AT&T offers millimeter ("5G+") coverage with higher-speed data on High-Band frequencies, updated July, 2020.
► Go to AT&T City-Level Low-Band 5G Coverage Maps.
Sprint 5G Coverage:
These Sprint 5G markets are operational using their 2.5 GHz channels (Mid-Band). However, only the latest Sprint 5G phones now have access to Sprint's Mid-Band channels, otherwise Sprint phones have access to T-Mobile 5G coverage with a compatible device.
► Sprint City-Level 5G Coverage Maps
T-Mobile Current 5G Coverage:
T-Mobile is currently using 600 and 700 MHz, and 39GHz for 5G coverage. They are also expanding coverage in Sprint's "Mid-Band" channels, considered the ideal balance of coverage versus download capacity. Both T-Mobile and Sprint users must have a compatible device.
► T-Mobile 5G Mid- and High-Band Coverage
US Cellular 5G Coverage:
US Cellular Uses Low-Band Channels for 5G
Verizon Wireless 5G Coverage:
Verizon Wireless is providing 5G wireless service at 28 GHz (High-Band) in and near the core of these cities:
► Verizon Wireless 5G Street-Level Coverage Maps
► Our 5G Wireless Web Site
► Cellular Carrier 5G Spectrum Maps
► Other Methods Being Used to Increase Bandwidth