Verizon and AT&T will soon use  the faster 5G 



It will be implemented gradually.

The FAA estimates that despite several delays caused by worries about the radio waves damaging critical safety equipment on aeroplanes, AT&T and Verizon will be ready to  fully roll out their 5G

After the FAA objected, AT&T and Verizon agreed to establish buffer zones around dozens of US airports as they turned on their next-generation networks in January.

The carriers have now decided to maintain their C-band restrictions in specific areas for an additional year.

authorities warned that the transmissions could interfere with planes' electronic systems, Verizon and AT&T's launch of their new 5G spectrum, commonly known as C-band

Regulators weren't surprised by the deployment because carriers and the industry had reached various agreements with the FAA to delay it months in advance.

The carriers reluctantly agreed to the buffer zones around airports after a scurry to alter plans when it came time to turn on the networks.

The FAA worked hard to ensure that the most popular jets were safe to fly in most situations, including at airports where C-band had been set up, but this nevertheless happened.

Customers who live close to airports, however, haven't been able to take advantage of the otherwise outstanding launch because of the restriction zones.

There are still some unanswered questions, such as who will pay for the retrofitting of the planes' equipment and which regions would receive the C-band deployment first (and last).

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