Since AT & T continues to build up its true 5G network, it has added new cities that are expected to reside in 201
AT & T 5G says AT & T that some early customers have already seen speeds within 200-300Mbps, with high peaks at around 400Mbps. It's not bad! It is also far from the 1-2 Gbps speeds we hear from wireless companies and Qualcomm.
Remember that AT & T calls its 5G network "5G +" for some reason, as if it were an upgrade over another 5G. The thing is that there is only a 5G at this time and so AT & T makes "+" add-on to try to stand out. It is stupid but not surprising from the company that displays "5GE" logos on phones that will not and will never run 5G.
As of today, AT & T's 5G networks can still only be accessed by specific hotspot devices, e.g. Netgear Nighthawk 5G you see at the top of this post. The first 5G phones are not expected until later this year.