AT&T says it will roll out 5G service nationwide in 2020, but in the “coming weeks,” tens of millions of customers will get access as it reaches markets like Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Providence, R.I., Rochester, New York, and San Diego. Pre-orders for its first ‘low-band’ 5G smartphone, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, start on November 25th, and access to the higher-speed connection is included in two of its recently-launched plans, Unlimited Elite and Unlimited Extra.

According to the maps AT&T posted, it should have more widely-available 5G coverage than we’ve experienced in testing, or seen in very-specific block-by-block maps like the ones Verizon posted. Of course, we’ll have to try it out to see how well the signal spreads out.