AT&T Coverage Maps – AT&T 5G Map

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Darker shades of blue indicate stronger signals. White areas where AT&T is not expected to have coverage.

AT&T Coverage Map – 4G & 5G

The map below shows 4G and 5G coverage. Maps showing only 4G and only 5G coverage are also available.

In Opensignal’s early 2023 publication on network performance, Opensignal reported that AT&T subscribers had coverage 99.3% of the time.

AT&T 5G Map

AT&T’s 5G covers almost 300 million Americans and about a quarter of the US by land area.


While AT&T is quickly expanding its 5G coverage area, 4G LTE continues to be the backbone of AT&T’s network.

AT&T Coverage Vs. Verizon Coverage

Historically, Verizon had a significantly larger coverage profile than AT&T. However, AT&T has recently narrowed the gap. There’s ambiguities that make it difficult to say exactly how large each network is, but I’m of the view that Verizon continues to have an edge on AT&T in rural and remote areas.

AT&T Coverage Vs. T-Mobile Coverage

AT&T’s network offers substantially more coverage area than T-Mobile’s network. However, both networks typical provide good coverage in cities. While T-Mobile doesn’t have as large a coverage area as AT&T when accounting for both 4G and 5G, T-Mobile actually offers more 5G coverage than AT&T.

Roaming Coverage

On some plans, AT&T offers roaming coverage via partner networks. This coverage may be reflected in AT&T’s maps under the label “Partner Coverage”. I expect most roaming coverage is not reflected in Coverage Critic’s maps.