AT&T is making more improvements to its 5G network.
AT&T today announced a couple of improvements to its 5G network, including expanding it to several more cities.
AT&T 5G is now available in 28 new markets. With today's addition, AT&T's 5G network is live in 355 markets across the US and it covers more than 160 million people. This is AT&T's low-band 5G, which is supported by the Galaxy S20 series, Note 10+ 5G, and LG V60 ThinQ 5G.
Some of the markets that are getting AT&T 5G today include Austin and Dallas, TX; Salt Lake City, UT; Columbia, MO; Orlando, FL; and Eugene, OR. The full list of new AT&T 5G markets can be found at the bottom of this post.
In other news, AT&T has activated Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) "in parts of some markets". The big blue carrier hasn't specified exactly which markets have gotten DSS.
DSS is a technology that allows carriers to share the same channel for 4G and 5G customers at the same time based on demand. AT&T says that DSS will allow it to deploy its 5G coverage faster.