FCC Asks Congress To Back Interference Plan
Sep 9, 2004, 1:53 PM by (staff)
Appearing before congress, FCC Chairman Michael Powell yesterday proposed a new law to back the FCC's proposal for fixing intereference issues between Nextel's network and public safety radio systems. The law would prevent Nextel from rejecting the plan, and prevent Verizon Wireless from suing to stop it.
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HAHA TAKE THAT VERIZON!!
MrFisch13 said:Not exactly an astute argument, but one I'll nevertheless agree with. Verizon needs to stop attempting to squash the competition and...
I hate them they think they own wireless and get in everyones buisness