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5G High-Speed Wireless Internet
What Is 5G Wireless?
What Are the Carriers Offering Today?
5G Wireless: What's the Difference?
Other High-Speed Internet Available Now

Verizon Wireless 5G:
Verizon Wireless is offering mobile 5G Wireless in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, St Paul, Providence, RI, and Washington DC. 5G Wireless for a fixed location, only, under the name, "Home", is available in Los Angeles, Houston, and Sacramento. Verizon is using the 28 GHz band for 5G coverage. Their "Home" and Mobile networks are not compatible with each other, which will change in the future.

► Verizon Wireless 5G Coverage

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AT&T 5G Wireless:
Various forms of 5G Wireless are available from AT&T in 19 Cities across the US.  AT&T currently offers one 5G device, a Hotspot.  
AT&T also currently offers High-Speed Internet via conventional Fixed Wireless in certain markets. AT&T labels theirs "5G Evolution" which is an interim step toward real 5G service, with optimized 4G LTE that provides higher speeds than previously available.

► AT&T 5G Wireless Coverage


T-Mobile
T-Mobile 5G Wireless:
T-Mobile now offers 5G in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Dallas, Cleveland and Las Vegas. They are using "High-Band" frequencies (39 GHz) but have successfully tested 5G Wireless at 600 MHz which holds the promise of widespread 5G coverage.


T-Mobile 5G Wireless Coverage Maps


Sprint 5G Wireless:
Sprint now offers fairly large areas of 5G Wireless in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and Kansas City. Other cities should be added this soon. Sprint will initially offer "Massive MIMO," which is claimed to offer peak 5G performance and is available to mobile users.  Sprint is using "Mid-Band" (2.5 GHz) frequencies which has better coverage but slower download speeds.

Sprint 5G Coverage Maps


C Spire
C Spire 5G Wireless:
C Spire, the largest and most aggressive company among smaller wireless carriers, now offers 5G Wireless service in Gulf Port, MS. They also offer 5G-quality fixed internet access across Mississippi
by deploying fiber to a “hub home.” That home gets free internet service from the company and also broadcasts a wireless signal to nearby homes. For nearby homes that sign up for its service, C Spire installs a dinner plate-sized antenna receiver on their roof.


The "New T-Mobile":
If the T-Mobile/Sprint merger is approved, not only will their existing 5G Wireless coverage be available to both companies' customers, they will also both have access to a much broader swath of spectrum for 5G service than they have individually.  There is no assurance this merger will occur, or when.

What is 5G Wireless?
5G (from "5th Generation") is the latest generation of cellular mobile communications. It succeeds the 4G (LTE/WiMax), 3G (UMTS) and 2G (GSM) systems. 5G performance targets high data rate, reduced latency, energy saving, cost reduction, higher system capacity, and massive device connectivity.

Q: Can I Use My Desktop Computer?
A: Yes, you can access the 5G Wireless unit's own Wi-Fi or you can plug your computer directly into the unit. The Wireless Internet unit may not be compatible with your DVR or satellite TV system – please check with your provider.

Q:  Does the Home Wireless Internet Require Special Equipment?
A: Yes, you get a  small box that receives wireless signals and converts them either to a plug-in Ethernet connection, or Wi-Fi through your entire home or office. There are also smartphones, hotspots and other wireless devices that can access the 5G Wireless network directly.

Q: What's the Difference Between Wireless Internet and Fixed Wireless?
How Wireless Internet Works
A: Both Fixed Wireless and Wireless Internet provide Internet access. Fixed Wireless includes an outdoor antenna that is professionally mounted on or near the exterior of your home or business to provide a strong signal for better connectivity, while Wireless Internet uses a small desktop device that you can install yourself since there is no outdoor antenna. Wireless Internet is a portable service, whereas Fixed Wireless is portable within a small area such as a single building. Fixed Wireless is currently available in select (typically rural) areas, while Wireless Internet is available throughout each network's wireless footprint.  Fixed Wireless provides potentially higher and more reliable download speeds.  Fixed wireless is expanding nationally from AT&T. With 5G, Fixed Wireless will become more common, some with self-installing simplicity..

No 5G Yet? Other High-Speed Wireless Internet is Available Now:
Until 5G Wireless arrives in your neighborhood, there are a number of Wireless Internet products available today.  We feature the most popular and economical Wireless Internet units on our home page.  These methods use various cellular channels to connect you to the Internet and contains a Wi-Fi connection to link up all your online devices: computers, tablets, IoT devices (like your thermostat or your refrigerator) and even your smartphone.



See If AT&T Fixed Wireless is Available Near You:
AT&T Fixed Wireless High Speed Internet

  • AT&T Fixed Wireless Internet includes an outdoor antenna that is professionally mounted on or near the exterior of your home or business to provide a strong signal for better connectivity.
  • Actual price varies based on installation requirements.
  • Minimum download speed 10Mb.
  • Connect your Wi-Fi devices including tablets, smartphones, and laptops.
  • 160Gb download included, higher data usage billed in 50GB increments.
  • Offered in limited areas of the US.
  • Check Availability


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