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3G / 4G / 5G in Albuquerque coverage map, United States

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Network coverage maps are automatically updated by a bot every hour. Speed maps are updated every 15 minutes. Data is displayed for two years. After two years, the oldest data is removed from the maps once a month.

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Verizon Internet Service & Cell Phone Plans in Albuquerque, NM.

Better matters — and we bring you better cell phone service across the nation and better internet connections in many parts of the country on our award-winning networks. If you’re with Verizon for wireless service in Albuquerque, NM, you can rest easy knowing you’ve got coverage on the network more people rely on. Verizon is also rolling out 5G built right, with the coverage of 5G Nationwide and, in parts of select cities around the country, the ultra-fast speeds, ultra-low lag and massive capacity of 5G Ultra Wideband.* So you can count on us today and tomorrow for the leading-edge technology you depend on to stay connected. Take a look and see which Verizon services are available near you. *5G Ultra Wideband available only in parts of select cities. 5G Nationwide available in 2700+ cities.

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Verizon delivers the best network to Albuquerque, NM residents.

Only Verizon has repeatedly been ranked the nation’s best network in numerous independent studies year after year. And now we’ve brought our best, fastest internet speeds, high-definition TV, digital phone services, and a wide range of cell phone plans to you in Albuquerque, NM.

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Moving? Switching services is easy with Verizon.

Buying a new house or moving to a new address? A move is a great time to evaluate all your communication services and make the move to Verizon for fast, reliable service. If you’re a new customer, we’re happy to help you set up the services you need. And if you’re already an existing customer, transferring and/or adding services is easy with 24/7 online account access, online and phone customer support and professional installation when needed. If you haven’t upgraded your cell phone service in a while, you may find that Verizon’s Unlimited plans can help you avoid data overage charges. Why not take a minute now and see which Verizon services are available where you’re headed?

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  • Verizon offers a wide variety of wireless and internet services nationwide, including 4G LTE, 5G Nationwide and, in parts of select cities around the country, 5G Ultra Wideband. With several flexible shared data and Unlimited plans to choose from, you're sure to find a cell phone plan and device that fits your lifestyle.

    Depending on where you live, Fios (fiber optic network) and High Speed Internet (DSL) are just a couple of the options you may have for reliable, high-speed internet service. If you live in any of the cities and suburbs around the country where Verizon 5G Home Internet is currently offered, you might be able to connect to this wireless internet service. In other areas where Fios or 5G Home Internet isn't available, we may offer LTE Home Internet, another home broadband internet service that delivers wireless home internet powered by our 4G LTE network. To see what internet services we currently offer in your area, visit our check availability page.

  • We're on the move every day creating the networks that move the world forward. 5G Nationwide service is now available to 230 million people in over 2,700 cities and counting, while 5G Ultra Wideband mobile service is currently available in parts of more than 60 cities around the country. In addition, we've launched 5G Home Internet service in select areas of several major cities nationwide including Los Angeles, Houston and Chicago − with more coming online soon. To find out whether 5G is available near you, take a look at our coverage map, and check back often for the latest updates.

  • With a Verizon prepaid plan, also known as a No Annual Contract Plan, you choose the plan you want and pay in advance for your monthly voice, text and data service. There's no credit check, deposit or long-term contract required, like you normally have with a standard account. Plus, you'll be eligible for loyalty discounts after three months on several of our plans. For more information, visit our Prepaid Plans page.

  • With more than 6,900 stores in 3,400+ cities nationwide, you're sure to find a Verizon store near you when you need us. To find the nearest authorized retail location near you, visit our Store Locator page.

  • LTE Home Internet is home broadband internet service that delivers fast internet for everyone in your household through the power of the Verizon 4G LTE network. It's available now in select areas of 48 states where there are no other Verizon broadband options such as Verizon Fios or 5G Home. With LTE Home Internet you can enjoy unlimited data, typical download speeds of 25 Mbps and peak download speeds of 50 Mbps.

  • Verizon Fios is a 100% fiber-optic network that delivers some of the fastest internet speeds to millions of homes in the Mid-Atlantic and New England. It uses fiber optics to transmit data at the speed of light, providing a fast internet connection with incredible reliability and powerful bandwidth for multiple devices. Verizon offers nearly matching download and upload speeds with Fios, which is a major advantage when you're video chatting, gaming and sharing large files or images. For more information, visit the Fios home page.

  • If you're located in the Northeast or Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S., it's likely that Verizon Fios services are offered in your area. To find out more, visit our Fios page.

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Verizon 5G coverage map, plans, phones and home internet

Verizon 5G, the first 5G network to launch in the U.S. two years ago, boasted the fastest speeds out of the gate — though with a crucial caveat about just how far those signals could reach. Now, as Verizon continues to build out its network with nationwide coverage, it's looking to make sure its fastest 5G speeds reach more areas.

Part of that will be to continue expanding millimeter wave-based 5G coverage in dense urban areas, while relying on lower-band spectrum to provide coast-to-coast 5G. And in the near future, Verizon hopes to ensure that more of its customers will be able to benefit from faster 5G through the use of something called C-band spectrum.

If it sounds confusing, that's because it is. After all, Verizon threw the switch on its initial 5G coverage in April 2019, and there's still plenty of ways to go before 5G really takes hold.

Here’s a closer look at Verizon 5G — including coverage maps, plans, 5G phones, 5G home internet, hotspot use and more.

Verizon 5G network: How it works

To get its 5G network off the ground in 2019, Verizon leaned heavily into millimeter wave (mmWave), which Verizon markets as its Ultra Wideband network. While both AT&T and T-Mobile have used mmWave to some extent, their initial 5G efforts have concentrated more on using lower-band spectrum for more extensive coverage.

The different approaches explain the contrasting experience you might have on the carriers’ respective 5G networks up until now. Verizon's Ultra Wideband 5G is fast, as we’ll detail below. But it has a hard time going around obstacles or penetrating walls and glass. The sub-6GHz spectrum that makes up the bulk of 5G coverage for AT&T and T-Mobile has a more extensive reach, but speeds were only marginally faster than LTE at launch.

Verizon isn’t relying solely on mmWave for its 5G network any more. It’s turned to a technology called dynamic spectrum sharing that will allow the wireless carrier to share spectrum between 4G and 5G, with more demanding tasks like downloads and live streams getting the higher spectrum. "We're going to have low band, mid band, high band, and we'll be using use cases to direct the right usage for the right network," said Nicki Palmer, Verizon's chief product development officer when we spoke to her at the end of 2019.

To that extent, Verizon announced the launch of a nationwide 5G network at the same time the iPhone 12 launched last fall. The speeds aren't as fast as Verizon's Ultra Wideband deployment, but it reaches more people. Verizon's nationwide 5G coverage now reaches 230 million. That's not as extensive as the T-Mobile 5G network, which covers 287 million people, but it's better than it was when Verizon solely relied on Ultra Wideband for 5G.

Verizon 5G coverage map

As of this writing, Verizon offers Ultra Wideband service in 71 cities. That, combined with the slower nationwide coverage, gives Verizon a wider reach than before, as you can see from the 5G coverage map on Verizon's website.

Just because Verizon has Ultra Wideband coverage in a particular city, that doesn’t mean the entire city is covered. Rather, Verizon’s high-speed 5G coverage is usually concentrated in highly trafficked areas downtown. You also generally need to be within line of sight of a Verizon 5G small cell in order to get 5G coverage  — so don't expect 5G to be everywhere you roam. Verizon's working on expanding coverage in the cities where it already has Ultra Wideband even as it works to add more cities to the mix.

In addition to mmWave-based 5G towers in cities, Verizon has also put its high-speed 5G cells inside NFL stadiums as well as basketball and hockey arenas, which people will finally get to experience as coronavirus restrictions loosen. The 5G coverage in those venues doesn’t always extend to all areas — just select sections in some cases — but Verizon is promising to have expanded 5G coverage in 28 of the NFL's 30 stadiums this year. It goes to illustrate that one of the best uses of mmWave 5G is in specific areas where there are a lot of people looking for cellular coverage.

Verizon 5G speed

Expect fast speeds if you’ve got a 5G-phone tied to Verizon’s network, and you're around one of those Ultra Wideband towers.

Our experience with the Galaxy S20 Ultra when that phone shipped a year ago is illustrative. Using the phone on Verizon’s network, we saw download speeds top 1.4 Gbps via mmWave; T-Mobile’s performance over 5G was barely faster than its LTE network at the time. And while Verizon’s 5G coverage was initially limited to just download speeds, fast uploads now occur over 5G as well.

Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg says that his company's download speeds can reach 4Gbps while upload speeds peak at 200 Mbps. Of course, those speeds are achieved under what Verizon calls "ideal conditions." And they likely don't reflect what you'd experience in the newly launch nationwide coverage. In fact, in December, a report suggested in some cases that those non-mmWave speeds were worse than LTE in some parts of the country.

In its report on mobile network performance for the second half of 2020, testing firm RootMetrics hailed Verizon's "strong 5G speeds," though it noted the launch of the slower nationwide network was causing average speeds to drop. (RootMetrics still ranks Verizon as the top network overall.) 

OpenSignal draws much the same conclusion in its April 2021 report on 5G performance. Rival T-Mobile dominates most categories, with Verizon only managing to share top honors with AT&T in the 5G gaming experience category. In the crucial area of speed, Verizon notches an average download speed of 47.7 Mbps, trailing both T-Mobile and AT&T. Likewise, Verizon tallied the worst 5G availability score, according to OpenSignal, with subscribers getting a 5G signal 11.2% of the time. (T-Mobile dominates that category with 33.1% 5G availability.) 

Verizon 5G phones

Given Verizon’s status as one of the best phone carriers, if there’s a 5G phone available, you’ll likely find it at Big Red. That includes 5G-capable flagships from Samsung, with the 5G-ready iPhone 12 available from Verizon. The Galaxy S21 lineup is now available there, too.

Verizon has even lined up a few exclusives for 5G phones. It’s the only place you can get the Motorola Edge Plus, a $999 flagship phone from Motorola as well as the $399 TCL 10 5G UW, one of the cheaper 5G phones.

5G phones at Verizon generally cost as much as they do at other carriers, but there are some exceptions. In a few cases, phone makers have to develop special versions of phones to work with Verizon’s Ultra Wideband network, and that translates to higher costs. Last year's Samsung Galaxy A71 5G, for example, debuted $649 at Verizon — a $50 premium over what other carriers charged. The LG Velvet and OnePlus 8 also cost $100 more at Verizon than they did at other carriers.

Here's a selection of some of the 5G-capable phones currently available at Verizon.

Verizon 5G plans and costs

Here’s some good news — adding 5G coverage to your Verizon service won’t cost anything extra. That is, if you have the right unlimited data plan.

Three of Verizon’s four current unlimited data plans include 5G coverage as an included benefit. So if you want 5G at no extra cost, sign up for a Verizon Play More, Do More or Get More plan. The first two plans each cost $80 a month for a single line of data; Get More is the most expensive plan at $90 a month. There are discounts as you add more lines, so a family of four would pay $180 a month for four lines of Play More, which happens to be the best Verizon phone plan.

There’s one other unlimited data plan available at Verizon — Start Unlimited. It’s the cheapest of Verizon’s current unlimited data options at $70 a month, but it also doesn’t include 5G coverage. To get 5G with a Start Unlimited plan, you’ll need to pay an extra $10 a month. At that point, you’re better off opting for the Play More or Get More plans.

Prepaid customers can now get 5G coverage, too. Nationwide 5G coverage comes with every prepaid plan, including the 15GB/$45-per-month option that tops the best prepaid phone plans. Only the $70-per-month unlimited data plan for prepaid customers includes access to Ultra Wideband service from Verizon.

Verizon 5G hotspot

Verizon restricts hotspot speeds on its unlimited data plans to LTE. If you want a 5G hotspot, you’ll need to get a dedicated device. Verizon recently upgraded the 5G hotspot device it sells to the Inseego MiFi M2100 5G UW. It costs $399, or $250 less than Verizon's previous 5G hotspot, and its Wi-Fi 6 support lets it connect to 30 devices. More importantly, it supports dynamic spectrum sharing for when Verizon uses that technology to build out is 5G coverage. No wonder we include the M2100 on our list of the best mobile hotspots.

Verizon 5G home internet

Verizon’s 5G efforts extend beyond just wireless coverage. The company will offer 5G home internet service in 33 cities, once Memphis, Tenn., and San Antonio, Texas come online in early May.

You’ll need to check Verizon for 5G home internet availability, but unless you live in specific parts of the 31 cities, you’re out of luck until Verizon further expands its service. 5G home internet costs $50 a month if you have a qualifying phone plan with Verizon and $70 without; the first three months are free. New 5G customers get a Samsung Chromebook 4 from Verizon — thats one of the best Chromebooks available right now.

Verizon has said to expect typical speeds of 300 Mbps with home 5G coverage with top speeds reach 940 Mbps. However, new 5G home equipment released with the expansion of 5G home service to new cities has increased the peak speed to 1 Gbps.

Verizon 5G: What’s next

Verizon ended 2019 with 31 cities enjoying some 5G coverage. It then went and came one city shy of doubling that footprint last year. More importantly, Verizon has moved beyond mmWave-based 5G to offer more extensive coverage, just as the most popular smartphone is adding 5G compatibility.

The focus this year is not only expanding that nationwide coverage but bringing faster speeds to more areas. The C-band spectrum Verizon recently won in an auction will play a big role in that. C-band can travel farther than mmWave, and presumably Verizon will use that to expand the reach of fast 5G speeds. At any rate, Verizon says that 100 million people will be covered by C-band by year's end.

Verizon’s laid a lot of the groundwork to handle the added interest in 5G, but the Verizon 5G network remains a work in progress, especially with coverage now available to more people.

Philip Michaels is a senior editor at Tom's Guide. He has strong opinions about Apple, the Oakland Athletics and old movies. Follow him at @PhilipMichaels.
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You’ve heard the phrase “5G” when it comes to smartphones-but, what does it really mean? Verizon tech expert David Weissmann discussed Verizon’s growing 5G network and why you should be interested in this next-generation technology.

What is “5G?” 5G is the next-generation wireless technology that powers the phones that people use. The fifth generation of wireless network technology enables augmented reality on your phone to visit a museum, intelligent street lighting that makes your city safer, or even remote robotic surgery; 5 G will change how people engage with technology.

Right now, 5G is available across the country, and its footprint continues to grow. If you have an older device, it likely uses 4G LTE, which continues to serve Verizon customers reliably and will into the future. In fact, it is the investments in 4G LTE that Verizon has made that allowed them to take a leadership position in 5G. Now maybe the time to consider upgrading to a Verizon 5G phone, which would give you access to Verizon’s 5G Nationwide and 5G Ultra Wideband services included as part of your plan.

If you want to find out more information on Verizon 5G, visit their website.

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Verizon Wireless 3G / 4G / 5G in Albuquerque coverage map, United States

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Where does the data come from?

The data is collected from tests carried out by users of the nPerf app. These are tests conducted in real conditions, directly in the field. If you'd like to get involved too, all you have to do is download the nPerf app onto your smartphone. The more data there is, the more comprehensive the maps will be! All test results are displayed on the maps. Filtering rules are applied before performance calculation for publications.

How are updates made?

Network coverage maps are automatically updated by a bot every hour. Speed maps are updated every 15 minutes. Data is displayed for two years. After two years, the oldest data is removed from the maps once a month.

How reliable and accurate is it?

Tests are conducted on users' devices. Geolocation precision depends on the reception quality of the GPS signal at the time of the test. For coverage data, we only retain tests with a maximum geolocation precision of 50 meters. For download bitrates, this threshold goes up to 200 meters.

How can I get hold of raw data?

Are you looking to get hold of network coverage data or nPerf tests (bitrate, latency, browsing, video streaming) in CSV format to use them however you like? No problem! Contact us for a quote.

Does a PRO tool for coverage maps visualization exist ?

Yes. This tool is mainly intended for mobile operators. It has been integrated into an existing cockpit that already includes internet performance statistics from all operators in a country, as well as access to speed-test results and coverage data. These data can be visualized by applying filters by technology (no coverage, 2G, 3G, 4G, 4G+, 5G) over a configurable period (only the last 2 months for example). It's a great tool to track the deployment of new technology, monitor competitors and identify poor signal coverage areas.

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5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology that will have a massive impact on how we live, learn, work and play, paving the way for unprecedented innovations that will reshape the world. Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband may help shape that future with its low latency, massive capacity and ultra-fast speeds.

In addition to its 5G Ultra Wideband network, Verizon launched 5G Nationwide last year. This allows customers with 5G-enabled devices in Verizon 5G coverage areas to use the high-performance 5G Ultra Wideband network where it’s available and fall back on Nationwide 5G network where it’s not.

The 5G Ultra Wideband network uses the high-band, millimeter wave spectrum to deliver our best 5G experience available today. Think of 5G Ultra Wideband like an incredibly wide, superfast highway, with millions of trucks traveling inches apart from one another at breakneck speeds. The ultrafast speeds and reduced lag time (latency) can provide smartphones with new capabilities for activities like multi-player gaming on the go, streaming 4K 2 movies and video chatting in HD. And with its massive bandwidth, 5G Ultra Wideband will eventually be able to support many more devices of the future in the Internet of Things.

5G Nationwide, meanwhile, uses a different, low-band spectrum that involves dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS). DSS is a technology that allows 5G service to run simultaneously with 4G LTE on multiple spectrum bands. With DSS, in Verizon 5G coverage areas, whenever customers move outside Verizon’s high-band Ultra Wideband coverage area, their 5G-enabled devices will remain on 5G technology using the lower bands. By deploying both technologies together, Verizon is able to use its full portfolio of current spectrum resources to serve both 4G and 5G customers, maximizing their customers’ 5G experiences on the Verizon network.

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All of our plans include access to our 5G Nationwide network. And, in addition, our Play More, Do More, and Get More Unlimited plans include access to 5G Ultra Wideband. And when you have 5G Nationwide combined with 5G Ultra Wideband you'll get our absolute best performance.* Learn more about our 5G plans here.

* 5G Nationwide available in 2,700+ cities. 5G Nationwide access requires a 5G Nationwide–capable device. 5G Ultra Wideband available only in parts of select cities. 5G Ultra Wideband access requires a 5G Ultra Wideband-capable device inside the 5G Ultra Wideband coverage area. 5G Ultra Wideband (UW) access included with Get More Unlimited, Do More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited plans; or Start Unlimited plan $10/mo. Downloads over 5G UW. Depending on location, uploads over 5G UW or 4G LTE; uploads over 4G LTE will not count towards your 4G LTE data allowance.

We said we’d lead on 5G, and we are. Verizon launched the world’s first 5G mobile network with a commercially available 5G-enabled smartphone, the 5G moto mod. Right now, you can find the Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband network in parts of dozens of major cities including Los Angeles, Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Boston, New York, Atlanta, Miami, Philadelphia and more. Check out the map above for the full list. In addition, you can browse to see our 5G Nationwide coverage.

Don't see your city? More 5G Ultra Wideband cities are coming soon, and in fact by the end of 2021, we expect to have 5G Ultra Wideband available in parts of over 80 cities in the U.S. Come back often to see updates.

Yes, you'll need a 5G-capable phone to access 5G service. If you have a 5G smartphone or a 5G moto mod connected to a compatible Motorola smartphone, you can access the 5G Ultra Wideband network through select Unlimited plans. Verizon Wireless offers the most 5G devices of any carrier from a wide variety of leading manufacturers, including the iPhone, Galaxy, Pixel and more. You can also access the 5G Ultra Wideband network with a 5G Jetpack on the Unlimited plans with the 5G Ultra Wideband Hotspot Data plan. You can also access it with a 5G Jetpack, tablet or laptop on the Unlimited Plus plan. To see a list of 5G-capable Ultra Wideband and Nationwide smartphones, visit our 5G phones page.

You decide! Our 4G LTE network covers more than 2.68 million square miles, 327 million people and over 99% of the U.S. population — and continues to expand.(i) Verizon Verizon has received more J.D. Power Network Quality Awards than any other provider in this study, 26 times in a row. And we were ranked highest for overall network performance for a record 13th time by RootMetrics*, the nation's most rigorous and scientific network tester.

We're proud of the reputation and the awards that we've earned. But we're even prouder that they demonstrate the proof that we've built a network that really works for you.

Verizon offers some of the most advanced 5G devices available.. This includes 5G laptops, tablets and mobile hotspots from leading manufacturers such as Samsung, Apple, Motorola and more.

5G Home Internet is the first internet powered by 5G Ultra Wideband, and it's built to connect your home with internet that's ready for the future. Delivered by the same powerful 5G Ultra Wideband technology as Verizon's 5G mobile service, you'll get fast Wi-Fi internet speeds with ultra-low lag to power many devices at once.

To see if your area has Verizon 5G Home Internet service yet, please visit our check availability page.

5G may give rise to new, groundbreaking apps and major enhancements to existing apps. What seemed unthinkable on 4G could become commonplace on 5G. These are just a few of the breakthroughs that might happen in the future:

  • Multi-player gaming on the go with ultra-low lag time
  • Video calls that are consistently crisp and clear
  • Augmented reality, virtual reality and extended reality
  • Lighter, streamlined wearable devices like smart glasses that might provide directions in real time or direct users to products in a store.

For example, imagine standing on the street wearing smart glasses and entering a digital world that is fully integrated with your actual surroundings. You could see multiple real-time videos at once that integrate with your environment. This is the vision of 5G.

To learn more about how Verizon is helping to move the future of 5G forward, visit our 5G apps page.

Verizon 5G Edge is a mobile edge computing platform available for businesses. It was designed to enable developers to build applications for mobile end-users and wireless edge devices with ultra-low latency. By integrating AWS cloud services into Verizon’s 5G network, Verizon is helping to bring the cloud closer to mobile end users and connected devices, which will unlock a wide range of transformative applications. For example, 5G Edge might enable AI, near real-time connectivity and other new technologies to fight fraud, power humanized assistants, speed up transactions, shorten settlement cycles, and accelerate market forecasting, buying and selling.

Yes, all currently offered Prepaid plans include 5G Nationwide access. Additionally, 5G Ultra Wideband is available in parts of dozens of major cities including Los Angeles, Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Boston, New York, Atlanta, Miami, Philadelphia and more. Don't see your city? More 5G Ultra Wideband cities are coming soon, and in fact by the end of 2021, we expect to have 5G Ultra Wideband available in parts of over 80 cities in the U.S. Talk & Text plan is limited to 2G data speeds only.

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Verizon says 5G network will cost extra $10 a month

A handful of Verizon customers could soon have faster wireless service — but they’ll have to pay $10 a month more.

Verizon says it’ll flip the switch next month on a much-hyped, next-generation “5G” phone network . Service will start in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis. Verizon expects to have 5G in 30 cities this year.

For now, few people will sign on. The offer is available only on unlimited plans, which currently start at $75 for one person or $160 for a family of four without 5G. On family plans, each 5G line would cost $10 extra.

And network access will initially work with just one phone, Motorola’s Moto Z3, with a special 5G attachment. Verizon will offer some promotions at first, including discounts on the phone and attachment and the first three months of 5G service free.

Other 5G-enabled phones, including one from Samsung, will come this year. Verizon would not say how 5G pricing will work with those phones.

T-Mobile has said its 5G plans won’t be more expensive if its proposed takeover of Sprint goes through. Sprint hasn’t announced 5G prices. Both expect to launch a 5G network this year.

AT&T hasn’t announced 5G prices. It will start selling its first 5G phone this summer.

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