On Thursday the wireless carrier announced that it has turned on 5G in Las Vegas, its twentieth city to get its 5G mmWave network (what AT&T calls "5G+").
Exactly where the 5G network will appear in the city isn't yet known. AT&T says it will have 5G in "parts of Las Vegas" but did not provide a coverage map or any details on particular locations.
As with prior cities, AT&T has limited sales of its first 5G phone -- the Galaxy S10 5G -- to only business users for now.
Verizon announced Thursday that, with Providence set to go live on July 1. Sprint -- Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and Kansas City -- with plans to launch five more in "the coming weeks."
Earlier this week T-Mobile announced that it would be, including Las Vegas, on Friday.