How to check 5G signal coverage in your city

TC Teaches: How to check 5G signal coverage in your city

How to check 5G signal coverage in your city? If you’ve been following us for a while, then you’ve probably noticed that in addition to keeping you informed, we’re always trying to add more knowledge to your daily life, with tips and tutorials so you can get the most out of your devices and apps.

Today, following this routine, we present one more tip, and we will teach you how to consult the complete map of 5G signal coverage according to your operator. Thus, you will know if the signal is already present in your city and region.

For those who are attuned to what is happening in Brazil, it is not news that 5G has begun to take its first steps on national soil. After having having the signal purchased by major operators such as Claro, Tim, and Vivo, some areas of the country already have coverage, and the forecast is that all Brazilian municipalities with up to 30 thousand inhabitants will be able to enjoy the new technology by the end of 2029.

How to check 5G signal coverage in your city

But does the network already have coverage in your region? That’s an easy question to answer! As you can see below, operators provide a coverage map of their networks; it is possible to search by zip code or address.

However, as the implementation is still in the beginning, despite the coverage, it may be that the signal is not at maximum strength and that it presents some instabilities. In addition, it is important to note that to enjoy the new network, it is necessary to first check if your smartphone and SIM chip are compatible with the technology. For that, check out our other tutorials:

Without further ado, check out in the following categories how to check the availability of 5G in your region according to your operator.


  • Access Tim’s coverage map by clicking here;
  • Enter your zip code or address in the search field.
  • Now, select 5G connection from the top menu and browse the map to check if your area has network coverage.
  • The legend at the bottom of the map indicates the signal quality.

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