AT&T Inc.'s mobile 5G+ service is live in parts of 35 cities in the U.S.
The new cities include parts of Baltimore; Cleveland; Detroit; Menlo Park, Calif.; Miami, Miami Gardens, Fla.; Ocean City, Md.; Oakland, Calif.; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Redwood City, Calif., and San Bruno, Calif. This exceeded the company's goal of reaching parts of 29 cities with 5G+ in 2019.
Meanwhile, AT&T's 5G service is available in 19 cities, including additional December 2019 expansions into Baltimore; Birmingham, Ala.; Bridgeport, Conn.; Buffalo, N.Y.; Detroit; Las Vegas; Louisville, Ky.; New York City; Philadelphia; and Washington, D.C.
AT&T plans to offer 5G services to consumers nationwide in the first half of 2020.