AT&T’s 5G lineup will soon have its first phone. On June 17 AT&T business customers will be able to begin ordering Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G. The phone, previously an exclusive to Verizon, will work with AT&T’s mmWave 5G network (what the carrier calls “5G+”) that is currently live in certain parts of 19 cities. AT&T plans to launch its 5G+ mmWave network in at least 30 cities, though this network is different than the larger 5G network — which will use a technology known as “sub-6” spectrum. The Galaxy S10 5G won’t be able to tap into this network, though AT&T has announced plans for a second 5G Samsung phone later this year that will work with both mmWave and sub-6 versions of 5G. Pricing for the S10 5G will be $1000 for a “limited time” for the 256GB model. That price is the same as the 4G LTE 128GB Galaxy S10+. Businesses will need to be on AT&T “Business Unlimited Preferred” plan to tap into 5G+. The plan starts at $90 per month for a single line with AutoPay. AT&T will also be capping 5G speeds at 2Gbps. It is unclear when AT&T will make the S10 5G available to consumers or why… Read full this story
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