Having already launched 5G+ in parts of Atlanta in December of 2018, our team is continuing to invest to bring 5G connectivity to businesses and consumers across the state.
Already in the first quarter of 2020, we have launched 5G* in parts of communities across Georgia, including, Albany, Athens, Brunswick, Byron, Calhoun, Cartersville, Cedartown, Dalton, Dublin, Elijay, Jasper, Jesup, Macon, Nothcutt, Rome, Valdosta, Milledgeville, Moultrie, Warner Robbins and more.
Each of these communities are within an FCC-defined Cellular Market Areas (CMAs): Chattooga, Hancock, Liberty, Macon, Whitfield and Worth.
The Chattooga CMA – includes parts of Chattooga County, Calhoun, Cedartown, Rome, Silver Creek, and Cartersville.
The Liberty CMA – or Coastal Georgia – includes Liberty County, Brunswick, St. Marys, Kings Bay and extends to communities like Jesup and Fort Stewart.
The Macon CMA – or Central Georgia – extending well beyond the Macon city limits to include areas north of the city and south to Warner Robbins, Byron, and beyond.
The Hancock Cellular Market Area – is in Central Georgia and includes parts of Hancock County, Dublin, Milledgeville, Midway-Hardwick, and parts of Sandersville and Swainsboro.
The Whitfield CMA – includes parts of Whitfield County, Dalton, Elijay, Jasper, Northcutt, and areas east of Calhoun.
The Worth CMA – or South-Central Georgia – includes Worth County, Valdosta, parts of Tifton, Moultrie, Nashville and many other surrounding areas.
We’re building our more widely available 5G network using low-band spectrum. This service now covers more than 50 million people across the country, and we plan to have nationwide coverage in the second quarter of 2020. This service offers impressive speeds over broad distances and is ideal for mobile customers who need performance while on the go.
* Requires a compatible device and a compatible plan for 5G connection. Limited AT&T 5G availability. May not be available in your area.