Courts give smaller wireless carriers a gift
Smaller wireless carriers should be dancing in the streets tonight after a federal appeals court rejected Verizon’s arguments against the Federal Communication Commission’s wireless data roaming rules.
Earlier today, the U.S Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., upheld rules that the FCC had enacted a year ago that will require large wireless operators such as AT&T and Verizon Wireless to strike “commercially reasonable” roaming deals on their 4G LTE networks with any wireless operator interested in using a competitor’s network to expand territory.
Verizon took issue with these rules,…
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