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Verizon's open access may not be that open
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Verizon Wireless picked up coveted wireless airwaves at a recent auction held by the Federal Communications Commission, which imposed certain consumer-friendly provisions on how that network can be used and what it will it eventually look like. Verizon Wireless won wireless airwaves at a recent auciton held by the FCC.
The open-access rules don't exactly guarantee open access to anyone with a phone, so here a few questions consumers might have about what the network does mean to them.
Source: Full AP Story
- Verizon won new wireless airwaves in an FCC auction
- The airwaves are coveted because they travel long distances, penetrate walls
- AT&T, Sprint phones won't work with Verizon service
- Experts: Open access network should be ready in two years for major cities
It will be interesting how they handle this. It is verizon after all, the company known for doing things their own way no matter what consumers or other companies think.
its verizon.... you can pretty much predict whats going to happen.... Prices soar! more people lose money.... service great but you cant do anything with out paying a nice premium..... you know the usual Verizon policy: If you dont like what you have, then pay us more.
I wouldn't mind paying more, if it wasn't so pricing to begin with or if I made more money. So I guess it is my fault. LOL
thats verizons view on customers too...
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