Carriers in the US may have launched their commercial 5G networks in 2019, but the next-generation technology is still in its infancy. Coverage is spotty, supporting phones are still few and far between, and so far the high-speed gear in the hands of consumers has failed to meet the hype. Unfortunately, that includes AT&T 5G.
I spent several weeks testing AT&T‘s 5G network on a couple different devices and came away wholly unimpressed. There are lots of reasons why, and they’re worth digging into in our short AT&T 5G review.
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