eCornell 5G Certificate
Learn how to guide your business through effective network planning, design, and deployement of 5G
with this business focused 4-course series brought to you in part by AT&T.
AT&T Business Unlimited Elite
PLAN INCLUDES: Unlimited domestic data, talk and text on up to 10 eligible devices, no overage charges. AT&T Business Fast Track¹. Access to 5G+ service and 5G service where each is available². After 100GB, AT&T may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy.Learn more
AT&T Business Unlimited Performance
PLAN INCLUDES: Unlimited domestic data, talk and text on up to 10 eligible devices, no overage charges. Access to 5G+ service and 5G service where each is available². After 50GB, AT&T may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy.Learn more
* Pricing shown (a) is after discount with AutoPay & Paperless Bill that starts w/in 2 bills, and (b) applies only to lines for smartphones purchased at full price, on an installment plan, bring your own, or on a month-to-month term. Add $25/mo. for each smartphone line w/a 2-year svc commitment. Taxes, fees & other monthly charges are extra.
¹ Req’s compatible device. Feature usage with 4G LTE device is limited to the AT&T-owned domestic 4G LTE network; feature usage with 5G Evolution device is avail. on the AT&T-owned domestic 4G LTE & 5G Evolution network. Does not provide priority access or prioritize eligible data traffic ahead of all other data traffic, as other data traffic may receive a similar or higher priority level. Not avail. on 5G or 5G+ network.
² 5G+ is only available in very limited parts of specific cities 5G service is not available everywhere. Requires a compatible 5G+ or 5G device. Other restr's apply. See att.com/5Gforyou for details.
The two flavors of 5G
What is the difference between 5G and 5G+?
5G and 5G+
5G initially offers broad coverage areas for both consumers and businesses over low-band 5G. This service is ideal for mobile customers who need performance while on the go.
5G+ is a variation of 5G that offers extra speed and capacity over high-band 5G to serve high-traffic areas and places like arenas, campuses and more. It is currently available for businesses and collaborators who are exploring new ways to unlock the significant performance capabilities of 5G+
5G phones and devices
Frequently asked questions
5G is the next generation of wireless technology, but it’s very different from its predecessors. The 5G network is software based, so by design it can l deliver capabilities previously not experienced from the mobile network. This new mobile capability means the possibility for new use cases for businesses including some that aren't known yet. 5G ultimately promises to unlock new experiences such as augmented realities (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), driverless cars, telemedicine and connected buildings. Watch this video for an overview of possibilities.
Since first launching 5G service and devices for businesses in late 2018, we now offer two flavors of 5G service across the country, 5G and 5G+. 5G service is provided over low band spectrum and offers broader coverage. We expect to offer AT&T 5G service to consumers nationwide in summer of 2020. Find out more here: New Year, New Ways for AT&T Customers to Connect. For a map of 5G coverage, click here.
Our 4G LTE network will remain in use for the foreseeable future. AT&T’s path to 5G started with enhanced LTE/5G Evolution, which includes advanced LTE network technologies - like carrier aggregation, 4x4 MIMO and 256 QAM – that we have optimized. With enhanced LTE/5G Evolution, we densify our network and upgrade the majority of our equipment so that it can be easily upgraded to 5G via a software release. This foundation enables us to deliver faster speeds now and upgrade to 5G when it is ready. Our first standards-based 5G deployments (including the mobile 5G we began offering in 2018 in parts of 21 cities) will be “non-standalone” 5G. This service will be delivered using the LTE network core and a combination of 5G and LTE radio technologies (including enhanced LTE/5G Evolution), with 5G radios carrying download traffic and LTE radios carrying upload traffic plus signaling and management functions. Ultimately, “standalone” 5G will use 5G radio access with a new 5G network core and will interoperable with today’s LTE network. Even when stand-alone 5G is deployed, the LTE network will remain in place to provide voice coverage, and data coverage where 5G is not available.
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