AT&T Mexico has announced that its 5G footprint has reached 31 cities – one year after soft-launching the network in parts of Mexico City. New locations covered by the 5G network are listed as San Jose del Cabo, La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, Rosarito, San Luis Rio Colorado, Los Mochis, Tecate, Nogales, Topolobampo, Huatabampo, Puebla and Queretaro. Nicole Rodriguez, VP and CTO at AT&T Mexico, commented: ‘A year ago, we had the goal of turning on our network in 25 cities and today I am happy to announce that we have reached 31 cities with access to AT&T 5G.’ TeleGeography notes that the US-owned cellco soft-launched its 5G network on 8 December 2021 in the Cuauhtemoc and Napoles districts of Mexico City. A full launch took place in May 2022, when AT&T switched on 5G technology in Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey.
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