Outgoing FCC chair: Wireless dominance by AT&T and Verizon a "very bad thing"

Outgoing FCC chair: Wireless dominance by AT&T and Verizon a "very bad thing"

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New Julius Genachowski, the outgoing chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today touted his agency's record in promoting wireless competition over the last four years. And he warned that allowing AT&T and Verizon Wireless, the market leaders, to snap up all of the spectrum in an upcoming wireless auction...
Outgoing FCC chair: Wireless dominance by AT&T and Verizon a "very bad thing"
                                       

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www.pcworld.com
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