Two US carriers have agreed to delay their planned December 5 rollout of a new 5G frequency band so they can work with the Federal Aviation Administration to address concerns about potential interference with key cockpit safety systems, according to one cellular carrier and people familiar with the matter. with this issue.
AT&T Inc. said. In a statement, it agreed to delay the planned 5G rollout until January 5 at the Ministry of Transportation’s request. Verizon Communications Inc. has agreed. It is also delaying the launch of the new 5G wireless spectrum by about a month, people familiar with the matter said.