Sprint has rolled out its high-speed 5G services in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and Kansas City for the time being. Although a few more cities are expected to be added by the carrier, the rollout is far from complete. However, this doesn’t stop the carrier from releasing brand new 5G capable handsets for the consumers who can use it. The carrier has just announced that it will start selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on June 21, so interested customers only have another week to wait.
Sprint is soon adding Chicago, LA, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington DC to its list of 5G covered areas and is expected to provide further information pertaining to the rollout schedule. Interestingly, Sprint’s announcement comes a day after AT&T announced that it will offer the Galaxy S10 5G (for business customers and developers) starting June 17.
Those new to 5G can sign up with the carrier’s $80 month Unlimited plan, which also comes with a few perks like Hulu and Amazon Prime subscriptions. Moreover, Sprint users also get access to the 5G game streaming service Hatch.
With just a few months left for the Galaxy Note 10 release, we’re not sure if it’s a great idea to launch an upgraded flagship at this time. But it’s pretty clear that carriers are rushing to bring 5G handsets to the market.
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