5G Availability In US Cities

2020 Live & Planned 5G City List For AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile

Looking forward to 5G? Here's our updated chart of cities where 5G is either live or planned in 2019 for the four major carriers: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

Note: The chart below reflects mid-band and high-band 5G coverage. T-Mobile released “nationwide” low-band 5G coverage on December 6, 2019.

5G Coverage In The United States By City

AT&T Sprint T-Mobile Verizon
Atlanta, GA Live Live Live Live
Atlantic City, NJ Live
Austin, TX Live
Bakersfield, CA Live
Baltimore, MD Live
Birmingham, AL Live
Boise, ID Live
Boston, MA Live Live
Bridgeport, CT Live
Buffalo, NY Live
Charlotte, NC Live Live
Chicago, IL Live Live
Cincinnati, OH Live
Cleveland, OH Live Live Live
Columbus, OH Live
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX Live Planned
Dallas, TX Live Live Live
Dayton, OH Live
Denver, CO Live
Des Moines, IA Live
Detroit, MI Live Live
Erie, PA Live
Flint, MI Live
Frederick, MD Live
Grand Rapids, MI Live
Greensboro, NC Live
Hampton Roads, VA Live
Hoboken, NJ Live
Houston, TX Live Live Live
Indianapolis, IN Live Live
Jacksonville, FL Live
Kansas City, KS Live Live
King of Prussia, PA Live
Las Vegas, NV Live Live
Liberty, GA Live
Little Rock, AR Live
Los Angeles, CA Live Live Live Live
Louisville, KY Live
Memphis, TN Live
Menlo Park, CA Live
Miami, FL Live Live Live
Miami Gardens, FL Live
Milwaukee, WI Live
Minneapolis, MN Live
Modesto, CA Live
Nashville, TN Live
New Bedford, MA Live
New Orleans, LA Live
New York, NY Live Live Live Live
Oakland, CA Live
Ocean City, MD Live
Oklahoma City, OK Live
Omaha, NE Live
Orlando, FL Live
Oxnard, CA Live
Panama City, FL Live
Phoenix, AZ Live Live Live
Philadelphia, PA Live
Pittsburgh, PA Live
Providence, RI Live Live
Raleigh, NC Live
Redwood City, CA Live
Rochester, NY Live
Saint Paul, MN Live
Salt Lake City, UT Live
San Antonio, TX Live
San Bruno, CA Live
San Diego, CA Live Planned
San Francisco, CA Live
San Jose, CA Live
San Luis Obispo, CA Live
Santa Barbara, CA Live
Sioux Falls, SD Live
Spokane, WA Live
St. Louis, MO Live
Waco, TX Live
Washington, D.C. Live Live Live
West Hollywood, CA Live
Wichita, KS Live

Last updated: February 2020

Sources: att.com, sprint.com, t-mobile.com, verizon.com

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David Lynch

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John5
John5
1 month ago

Your list is not accurate. It shows OKC as being live for AT&T, and other providers as not even planned. AT&T 5G is no where to be found, and T-Mobile covers the entire city.

Liam Shotwell
Editor
1 month ago
Reply to  John5

We’re still working on updating the list, but it looks like you’re right. T-Mobile’s 5G coverage looks like it surrounds OKC, and I’m pretty sure Verizon 5G covers that area as well. Our regular 4G coverage map was an interesting process to set up, and I hope that someday we can set up a 5G coverage map as well. However, we should also consider that 5G is about more than just coverage. It depends on what band of 5G the carrier is using. I recommend checking out this article of ours if you’re curious about how this works. Thanks for… Read more »

David P
David P
3 months ago

Good Evening Sir, My name is David. I came upon your article regarding where is 5G+ in the US. I am a businessman that works in downtown Raleigh NC. I am also a AT&T customer who has had to do my own research on where 5G+ is here on AT&T’s network. I was helped in finding that it is located somewhere on NC State University’s Campus but nothing else. I’m assuming it would be in ‘dense’ areas of its campus but I’m not positive. I am emailing you in hopes that you could aide me in locating AT&T 5G+ towers… Read more »

Striker
Striker
9 months ago

David, enjoy both your You Tube and Up Phone work, and refer to them regularly. My wife has an iPhone 7, 128gb. She has had terrible battery drain since right after she got it, a couple of years ago. We’ve tried everything to fix the issue; including all of your tips, and multiple charging cords, but nothing helps. Is it possible that there is a battery problem with this particular production runs of iPhone 7’s, and if so, what should we do short of buying another phone?? I appreciate your feedback!

Striker
Striker
9 months ago
Reply to  David Lynch

It’s at 72%

striker
striker
9 months ago
Reply to  David Lynch

It’s showing 72%. Could this be a primary reason the battery loses charge so quickly?

Striker
Striker
1 month ago
Reply to  striker

We did replace the battery, and for a few days it seemed to be better, but now it’s draining quickly again. I think replacing the phone appears to be the option left.

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