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Appeals Court Shuts Down Verizon's Roaming Complaint

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johnhr2

Dec 4, 2012, 11:42 AM

Confused.

I understand that talk and texts have to be allowed to roam for emergencies purposes. So how are the roaming agreements mandated? Is it just saying that if Company A wants to roam onto Company B for data, then Company B has to give them a reasonable price and not just say no? Or is it saying that Company A has to come to an agreement about how roaming is set up with Company B but the prices can be outrageous?
It's just the FCC making up arbitrary rules just for the hell of it...

Honestly....the FCC is getting out of control and becoming a rogue agency....

The purpose of the FCC is to determine what frequencies radio stations can operate on so as to m...
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In the past, the FCC forced carriers to allow voice roaming on their networks at 'reasonable' rates. This did not extend to data roaming...until recently. So now a small fry carrier can sell Nationwide data plans and take advantage of a larger carri...
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