In response to both Verizon and T-Mobile laying out their long-term 5G network advancement and expansion plans in greater detail than ever before earlier this week, AT&T is ready to make two big related announcements of its own.
5G for (pretty much) everybody
The same perk will also be added to a bunch of AT&T Business unlimited options starting in April, including Unlimited Choice for Business, Unlimited Plus for Business, Business Unlimited Basic, Business Unlimited Plus, Business Unlimited Enhanced, Business Unlimited Basic with Private Wi-Fi, Business Unlimited Plus with Private Wi-Fi, Business Unlimited Enhanced with Private Wi-Fi, and Business Unlimited Preferred.
Basically, if you’re on an unlimited AT&T plan, be it new or old, for individuals or businesses, you should soon be able to tap into the carrier’s 5G and 5G+ networks without having to spend an arm and a leg.
Modest but palpable 5G rollout objectives
Unfortunately for Ma Bell, its Verizon Ultra Wideband-rivaling mmWave resources remain fairly limited as well, merely allowing the carrier to make promises of 5G+ launches in 17 new sports and entertainment venues, 7 airports, and more than 30 company-owned retail locations in 2021. That’s… better than nothing, we guess, and at least AT&T expects to pull off these rollouts in the somewhat near future rather than two or three years down the line.