Upgrading to a 5G Tablet? Make Sure You Have a Plan With 5G Access

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It’s exciting to see a few popular brands offer 5G tablets. Having a plan with access to 5G can provide you with the power to do things faster on your device in areas with 5G coverage, even when you’re away from a Wi-Fi connection.

5G tablets entering the market are a great reason to upgrade. But, to take full advantage of your 5G device, you’ll also need a wireless plan with 5G access in an eligible 5G coverage area.

Get access to 5G at no extra charge with AT&T Unlimited plans

All of the newest AT&T unlimited data plans come with 5G access for no additional cost,1 so if you have a new unlimited plan with AT&T, you can already get access to 5G in eligible areas on a compatible 5G device.

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If you have a wireless plan for your 5G tablet with another carrier that doesn’t provide 5G access, you might want to consider switching to AT&T. Alternatively, if you recently bought your tablet and haven’t set up wireless service yet, you might want to read this article on how to activate AT&T wireless service on your new device.

Already have a plan with 5G access? Consider shopping for a 5G tablet

Of course, customers who already have AT&T wireless service with 5G access will also need a 5G device to enjoy the benefits of having access to 5G. They will also have to be in an area with 5G coverage. If this describes your current situation, you may want to order a new 5G tablet or phone to go with your AT&T unlimited wireless plan. If you’re an AT&T wireless customer, you’ll get FREE express shipping and FREE returns when you order a new device online. In some cases, you may even be eligible for free contactless delivery2 or curbside pickup.

Enjoy having access to 5G service on your tablet or phone

Hopefully, this post explained everything you need to know to get yourself started on a 5G device. Now, enjoy having access to 5G!

This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Matt Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.

Legal Stuff

  1. AT&T 5G requires compatible device & plan. 5G may not be available in your area. For coverage details, see att.com/5Gforyou.
  2. AT&T Right to You delivery services are brought to you by AT&T or an authorized provider. Select areas only. Learn more.



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