Drew FitzGerald

telecom reporter for the Wall Street Journal

Drew FitzGerald on KCRW

Today AT&T and Verizon activated 5G service to millions of cellphones in select U.S. cities. But if you live within two miles of an airport, you’re stuck with 4G.

How might 5G cellphone towers affect airplane safety?

Today AT&T and Verizon activated 5G service to millions of cellphones in select U.S. cities. But if you live within two miles of an airport, you’re stuck with 4G.

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