Gauging reactions to the FCC's wireless inquiries

Last week, the FCC voted to begin inquiries into innovation in the wireless industry, the state of competition in the "wireless ecosystem," and whether consumers have enough information about their mobile plans and bills. The five-member commission unanimously approved all three inquiries, but the decision to launch the probes produced a wide array of reactions. FierceWireless contacted a range of players--including carriers and public interest groups--to gauge their responses to the FCC's votes, and to determine how they plan to respond. Check out the responses from Verizon Wireless, Leap Wireless, Cellular South, CTIA, Free Press and others. Special feature

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