AT&T launches 5G network but Austin customers won't be able to get it

AT&T launched its 5G network in late December in 12 cities across the country, but despite Austin's growing foundation in technology, tech experts say the city is lacking in infrastructure to handle the new network. Scott Dunaway, a spokesperson with Texas 5G Alliance, said "Austin has been slow in this front, but we are seeing a limited amount of progress in the last couple of weeks." Hed added that the "[Austin] City Council has approved an emergency order to help streamline that permitting process."

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