Understand what LTE and 5G bands AT&T uses, what MVNOs use the AT&T network, and the best plans currently available on the AT&T network.
AT&T’s network provides coverage to over 400 million people across the United States and Mexico.
AT&T covers over 99% of the United States population.
Here’s AT&T’s coverage map, as reported by the independent third party site RootMetrics:
AT&T coverage map as reported by RootMetrics
If you’d like, you can check AT&T's coverage in your area by using the following resources:
You can also download and use the following applications to see if AT&T offers good coverage in your area:
AT&T LTE bands: 2, 4, 5, 12, 14, 17, 29, 30, 66
AT&T 5G bands: n5, n260
The bands in bold are AT&T's primary bands that they use for LTE and 5G coverage. Make sure your phone supports these LTE and 5G bands for the best coverage, performance, and data speeds on the AT&T network.
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