AT&T details 5G Plus plans — what it means for your phone’s speed


NEW YORK — As we return to the road, AT&T is taking some time to remind people about AT&T 5G, which now reaches 250 million people. That trails T-Mobile 5G, which has the most extensive reach of any U.S. carrier, but AT&T has plans to super-charge its network, with its faster 5G Plus service playing a key role.

To illustrate what’s in store, AT&T showed off a handful or two of experiences with partner brands, including some of its sister WarnerMedia properties, during a press event Wednesday (July 14). And 5G Plus was the most weighty of the announcements, with AT&T planning to bring the fast brand of 5G to more airports — where I don’t think I’ve ever had great service in my years of travel. AT&T’s partner in this project is Boingo (which isn’t to be confused with Gogo, the on-plane Wi-Fi).

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