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T-Mobile wants the world to know it's playing the "long game" in terms of 5G deployment, while Sprint is getting ready to bring "5G-like" capabilities to three cities.
True mobile 5G service is right around the corner, at least in "parts of" Dallas, Atlanta and Waco, Texas for lucky AT&T customers.
5G mobile networks are drawing near around the world, with Nokia able to secure a big equipment supply contract in Japan.
There will be no Huawei Mate 10 phone sold through AT&T, and the second largest US carrier may need to ditch the Chinese company's networking equipment and Cricket devices as well.
Enough preparing and testing the 5G waters, as the next-gen mobile connectivity standard is pretty much ready for primetime, at least as far as AT&T is concerned.