AT & T launches its first 5G-compatible smartphone on June 17th. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is first available to AT&T Business customers and 5G developers. AT & T's 5G network is currently only available in a limited number of markets. This refers to AT&T's mmWave network, which has very limited coverage on 19 markets, all in metropolitan areas.
The 5G phone will only be available for AT & T's new Business Unlimited Preferred plan or 5G developer part of the AT & Ts 5G Developer program.
If you wonder, these customers could get the Galaxy S10 5G to $ 999 with 256GB of internal storage "for a limited time". This is $ 300 cheaper than what Verizon is asking for S10 5G.
Companies are changing the nation's first mobile 5G network, and this is the next step in unlocking 5G's full potential for early adopters and innovators. With the mobile 5G, which is at the heart of our 5G business strategy, we create this amazing new device so business can start creating new experiences and drive the next industrial revolution through unprecedented mobile capabilities. – Mo Katibeh, Chief Marketing Officer for AT&T Business
Those in a Business account wishing to adopt the Galaxy S10 5G should know that prices start with $ 90 with Autopay for a single line. Considering how spotted AT&T's mmWave network is in its current state, we suggest your business waits until it makes financial sense to buy a 5G phone with usable 5G coverage.