The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously this week against making changes to federal cell phone safety standards, even as some have raised health concerns about the rollout of FCC said it found no reason to change its existing limits for radio frequency exposure.. After six years of reviewing the issue, the
"After reviewing the extensive record submitted in response to that inquiry, we find no appropriate basis for and thus decline to propose amendments to our existing limits at this time," the commission said in a report Wednesday. "We take to heart the findings of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), an expert agency regarding the health impacts of consumer products, that 'the weight of scientific evidence has not linked cell phones with any health problems.'"
The four major US carriers spent most of 2019 setting up their 5G networks in certain US markets. T-Mobile launched its, but early speed tests don't show a huge jump from current offerings. Verizon plans to have its faster service up in . Sprint's 5G is available in . plans to let customers in five cities use its 5G network later in December.