Verizon to delay 5G rollout by two weeks, avoiding aviation security deadlock By Reuters


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Verizon Communications (NYSE 🙂 said Monday evening that it had agreed to a two-week delay in the deployment of C-band wireless spectrum, avoiding an aviation safety deadlock that threatened to disrupt flights from this week. .

“We have agreed to a two week deadline that promises the certainty of bringing our revolutionary 5G network to this nation in January,” Verizon said after intensive talks with the Federal Aviation Administration and other government officials. The White House, airlines and aviation unions had pushed Verizon to delay its scheduled deployment on Wednesday.

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