The Wall Street Journal: AT&T, Verizon to delay rollout of new 5G frequency over FAA’s safety concerns


AT&T Inc. T, -1.51% and Verizon Communications Inc. VZ, -2.06% agreed to delay their planned Dec. 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.

The cellphone carriers said Thursday they would delay their planned 5G deployments until Jan. 5, responding to the aviation regulator’s warnings while disputing claims that the proposed cellular signals would represent a danger.

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