AT&T announced the deployment of 5G networks in Mexico


AT&T announced that it will deploy the 5G networks in Mexico. AT&T Mexico will grow its 5G coverage progressively, starting in industrial and urban areas, while continuing to operate its 3G and 4G networks.

According to Mónica Aspe, the CEO of the company, Mexico has started with the deployment of the fifth generation networks, and they will continue to promote connectivity that impacts the country.

The company today connected the first devices to a 5G network in the country. Additionally, today it launched its 5G Innovation Laboratory, which will promote the 5G ecosystem in Mexico.

During a conference, the company mentioned that in the coming months the deployment will be gradual in the main cities of Mexico, for commercial as well as business use; they assure that in the next three years they will continue to promote 5G networks.

The 5G network is a technology for a more complex world, since the network is expected to work globally in 2022, and it will transform the way of working. The industry will be one of the areas that will benefit the most.

AT&T will deploy 5G networks in Mexico

The company launches its 5G network in Mexico. Among benefits, unlimited SMS

The company only announced the deployment of the 5G network, as the directive did not offer more details regarding the markets for which the technology will be available. Their objective for now is to show that the connectivity has a positive impact.

On the other hand, they indicated that they will connect mobile devices to the 5G network for the first time, which will allow them to test the browsing experience, as they seek to continue innovating as pioneers of the country. Fifth generation networks is a look at the future and the new emerging technologies.

Last March, the company started SME factories to support local businesses in Mexico, as the economy has suffered a severe blow due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

What is AT&T postpaid?

Company plans have benefits like unlimited SMS

The plans are called “AT&T Get it” and it refers to postpaid cellular telephony or fixed monthly subscription. The plans have benefits such as unlimited calls in Mexico, the United States and Canada, unlimited SMS, high-speed internet with the 4G network. Same with social networks such as Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Instagram and Uber.

AT&T Mexico will work in collaboration with industry, government, universities, startups and large corporations, in the realization of prototypes that use 5G technology to improve business models making their connections safer, faster and more efficient.

Additionally, the company will accelerate different projects in alliance with incubators and investment funds, to develop technological solutions that benefit the population, through tests on the 5G network.


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