The company said that as of this week its low-band spectrum will be reaching: Bakersfield, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Oxnard and Modesto, California; Liberty, Georgia; Wichita, Kansas; Boston and New Bedford, Massachusetts; Frederick and St. Louis, Missouri; Atlantic City, New Jersey; and Dayton, Ohio.
These 13 new locations put AT&T's tally of cities with 5G over the 30 mark. Other cities include Indianapolis, Detroit and Los Angeles.
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