AT&T Confirms Device Upgrade Fee Rising to $36
I worked for at&t for a while, but I was a customer before I was an employee (indeed I became an employee because I wanted the discount on the service I had already had for years at that point) but I quit in August 2010 because I just got to the po...
Also i hope you were not on a public flight within the US because thats a big no no according to the FCC.
Have you flown recently? You're only required to turn off mobile devices during take off and landing....the rest of the flight you can use them....and people do use them in the air all the time....don't you remember on 9-11 the people calling their loved ones right before they stormed the ****pit to take back the airplane? Don't you remember the words 'Let's Roll'? People make calls on planes all the time, and it's allowed so long as it's not during take off or landing.
"Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules prohibit the use of cellular phones using the 800 MHz frequency and other wireless devices on airborne aircraft. This ban was put in place because of potential interference to wireless networks on the ground."
Maybe check your facts before telling someone they are wrong? im not saying its not possible, just that its not allowed by law.
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