According to a new analysis, three of the four major mobile service providers in the US are still making it incredibly difficult to unlock smartphones.
It has been a while since it was illegal to unlock your phone, starting now, carriers must unlock your device if your account is in good standing, contracts paid up.
Despite protests from all the major ISPs out there, the Federal Communications Commission has voted in favor of officially changing the definition of “broadband”.
Cable and wireless companies have all but guaranteed that they will sue the FCC to stop any Title II classification.
AT&T is essentially admitting that they will use their Title II status to simply dodge charges of throttling customer data.
The FCC is vastly under-staffed and over-worked due to multiple acquisitions being put on its table.
Here are some ways wireless companies are purposefully misleading customers through confusing terms and hidden fine print.
Hotels believe that even though signal jammers are banned by the FCC, such banning does not apply to the unlicensed frequencies of Wi-Fi.
To compensate for the illegal practice of cramming, charging customers for unwanted services, T-Mobile will be laying out some major cash to make amends.
FCC commissioners are soon vote on allegations of bill cramming against US carrier Sprint, which could see the company slapped with a $105 million fine.