FCC Approves Data Roaming Rules


A new ruling by the Federal Communications Commission requires wireless providers to negotiate roaming deals with competitors. This means that when you leave your carrier’s network, you would still receive data service using a competitor’s infrastructure. The FCC believes this will help create more competition and provide a better overall service. Read the full article at CNet.com

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