Top US phone firms agree delay of 5G rollout
BBC News reports that two of the biggest US phone firms have agreed a government request to delay the rollout of 5G services this week.
The US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) made the request over concerns about aviation safety.
Plane makers have warned that C-Band spectrum 5G wireless signals may interfere with sensitive aircraft electronics and could disrupt flights.
AT&T and Verizon initially rejected the delay request, before reversing.
Chief executives had pushed back against a second delay request on Sunday, having already put plans on hold since late last year.
They had also offered to mitigate service around US airports for six months as a temporary safeguard, along a similar approach adopted in France.
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