Opensignal recently published its latest study on how Verizon and AT&T’s C-band rollout has helped in the 5G space. And as it turns out, at least one of two networks have gained some momentum with this new technology.
Earlier this week, there were reports that carriers were blocking Apple’s new Private Relay feature. The report comes after European carriers reportedly blocked the feature already. Considering that T-Mobile’s European counterpart was among those who blocked the feature, many decided to check with the US carrier.
Verizon and AT&T have recently decided to delay its 5G network rollout as requested by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Instead of rolling out its C-band frequencies on December 5th, the two wireless carriers have postponed the rollout to at least January 5th.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently submitted a proposal to change the rules to authenticate the identity of customers porting out from a carrier. Through this change, the FCC hopes it will help lessen SIM swap and port out attacks that customers have been complaining about.