If you’re a resident of Atlanta, Dallas and Waco, Texas, get ready to strap in for 5G.
AT&T on Tuesday said that it would connect the three cities to its mobile 5G network by the end of the year. The three cities are part of a dozen markets that are supposed to get 5G from AT&T this year.
The announcement marks a small step toward the reality of 5G — the next generation of wireless technology that promises heightened speeds, superior responsiveness and better coverage. 5G is seen as the foundational technology for other areas like self-driving cars and streaming virtual reality, and it starts with these early deployments.
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