FCC Begins Broad Wireless Competition Inquiry

Law360, New York (August 28, 2009, 1:39 PM EDT) -- The newly formed lineup at the Federal Communications Commission has begun an expanded inquiry into competition, innovation and consumer issues in the mobile wireless market, hoping to present a detailed analysis to lawmakers who are questioning whether key players are dominating the market.

FCC commissioners voted unanimously on Thursday to open three broad inquiries aimed at presenting a complete picture of how companies function in the rapidly expanding wireless marketplace: a wireless innovation and investment inquiry; an investigation into mobile wireless competition; and a call for...
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