Today, in filed comments with the
Wireless networks, operating over scarce and limited spectrum resources and facing an ever-increasing data demand from consumers, are inherently more constrained than wired networks, and these differences must be taken into account."
"Additionally, wireless carriers already have spent substantial resources implementing the 2010 transparency rules, and adopting new or different rules will place an undue financial burden on these carriers, especially smaller carriers with limited resources. It makes little sense to change the current rules when they are working. Additional regulation is unnecessary, and I encourage the Commission to maintain the same approach to mobile broadband Internet access services as it did in 2010."
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