FCC competition probe: Carriers say industry competitive, consumer advocates say no

More than 15 organizations so far have filed comments regarding the FCC's call for comments about U.S. wireless industry competition and innovation. As expected, major wireless operators said the industry is already competitive and innovative, while some consumer groups said texting rates are too high, handset exclusivity is bad for consumers, early termination fees hurt consumers and investment in the network is not keeping up with demand. Article

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