By: Eli Blumenthal
After turning on a millimeter-wave 5G network for developers and business users over the past year, AT&T is just about ready for regular consumers to begin using out its next-generation wireless service. But don’t expect any big speed jumps or a large nationwide network at launch.
Starting on Monday, the carrier will begin taking preorders for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, the first phone capable of tapping into AT&T’s low-band 5G offering. The $1,300 phone will ship in the “first half of December,” Kevin Petersen, senior vice president of AT&T Mobility told CNET.