The city of Miami could become one of the first cities to have 5G wireless service from AT&T.
The company sent a letter to city officials earlier this week stating that Miami was being evaluated for the service, and requesting information on affixing telecommunications equipment to city owned utility poles, street lights, billboards, structures or any other City owned infrastructure.
Miami has not yet been officially announced as a 5G city for the company. Yesterday, AT&T announced that 5G service will roll out later this year in Austin and Indianapolis, with top speeds of up to 400 Mbps. Speeds will later increase to 1 Gbps.