AT&T and other carriers currently do not offer 5G-capable mobile phones, according to CNN. But AT&T said in a news release it plans to add compatible smartphones and other mobile gadgets starting early next year.
“After significantly contributing to the first phase of 5G standards, conducting multi-city trials, and literally transforming our network for the future, we’re planning to be the first carrier to deliver standards-based mobile 5G – and do it much sooner than most people thought possible,” Igal Elbaz, an AT&T senior vice president for its wireless network, said in the release.
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