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Aviation fears further delay Verizon and AT&T's 5G rollouts

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 04 January 22

The two US operators have agreed to delay the further rollout of 5G services by two weeks to allow regulators to address concerns surrounding flight safety equipment

Back in February last year, the US government conducted an enormous 5G spectrum auction, raising a record $80.9 billion.   Verizon took home the lion’s share of the C-band spectrum available, spending $45.5 billion for the privilege, followed by AT&T who spent $23.4 billion.    The US’s other major national player, T-Mobile, spent far less in comparison, just $9.3 billion, largely due to already owning a significant amount of spectrum in the C…

Back in February last year, the US government conducted an enormous 5G spectrum auction, raising a record $80.9 billion.   Verizon took home the lion’s share of the C-band spectrum available, spending $45.5 billion for the privilege, followed by AT&T who spent $23.4 billion.    The US’s other major national player, T-Mobile, spent far less in comparison, just $9.3 billion, largely due to already owning a significant amount of spectrum in the C…

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