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"… y’ve asked the FCC to make that clear in reining in cities and counties. Wireless carriers and the companies that build towers for them have begun flooding …"

"… int more applications filed in four months than in the previous 18 years. Wireless companies complain local governments can’t process the permits fast enou …"

"… ation to implement provisions passed by Congress. It ‘is not pretty’ Wireless carriers have told the FCC it should reduce the shot clock to 60 days for …"

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"… e of public property, all discussed in two FCC dockets approved last year. Wireless companies argue local governments take too long to approve the cells and c …"

"… that can yield a quicker return, said Jonathan Adelstein, president of the Wireless Infrastructure Association, whose members include AT&T, Verizon and Cr …"

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"… its investigation Friday morning, March 21st, under the headline: “Wireless companies fight for their futures: A rare auction of valuable frequencies …"

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"… jumped from 8 percent to 42 percent during the same period, Pew reported. Wireless gadgets are quickly becoming the devices Americans use to run their everyd …"

"… r town and writing op-eds,” said Michael Calabrese, director of the Wireless Future Project at the New America Foundation, which supports limits. “Ea …"

"… al lobbying doesn’t tell half the story of the spectrum influence game. Wireless carriers have hired economists from some of the most prestigious universit …"

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"… ispanics. And senior citizens subscribe at lower rates than young people. Wireless to the rescue? While broadband subscribership rate in homes seems to have …"

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"… of this time and expense, still, no one outside of the agency knows why.” …"

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"… that much smaller companies such as Cellular South, U.S. Cellular and Leap Wireless provide additional competition. The expansion of its next-generation data …"

"… AT&T and T-Mobile would give the merged company and competitor Verizon Wireless nearly 80 percent of the Wireless market.In filing suit, the Justice Depar …"

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"… ining access to presidential aides.Among those facing Republican scrutiny: Wireless firm LightSquared, which won initial government approval in late January d …"

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"… t it. Along with citizens throughout Texas, Levin launched Save Texas Muni Wireless, a group devoted to defeating the bill and promoting the spread of wireles …"

"… sportation because we have taxis," Levin said. "It's a community decision."Wireless fidelity spreading across nationHigh-speed Internet access, also known as …"

"… access. Austin's Wireless capabilities are due in large part to the Austin Wireless Alliance, a group that helps private businesses become "hotspots" — a lo …"

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"… nsel for Consumers Union in Washington, D.C.Higher charges, hidden purposesWireless companies have come up with a host of different names for the fees they ch …"

"… Recovery Fee and Telecom Connectivity Fee **$0.41$1.00$7.6 MillionAT&T WirelessRegulatory Programs Fee$1.75$1.75***$12.3 MillionCingular WirelessRegulator …"

"… AT&T WirelessRegulatory Programs Fee$1.75$1.75***$12.3 MillionCingular WirelessRegulatory Cost Recovery Fee$0.32-$0.75$0.32-$0.75$7 MillionLeap WirelessRe …"

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"… consistency in those estimates or in the fees charged.For example, Verizon Wireless Inc.—by far the largest Wireless company in the country, with 32.5 milli …"

"… its cost for implementing the change at $60 million.In contrast, Cingular Wireless LLC, the country's second-largest Wireless company with nearly 22 million …"

"… estimates it will spend $100 million for 10.6 million subscribers. Verizon Wireless estimates it will spend only $60 million for its 32.5 million subscribers. …"

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"… and Senkowski's lobbying clients, and one now regulated by Victory's NTIA.Wireless phone carriers such as AT&T Wireless, Sprint PCS, Verizon and Cingular …"

"… e now regulated by Victory's NTIA.Wireless phone carriers such as AT&T Wireless, Sprint PCS, Verizon and Cingular have been pressing the government to all …"

"… ht as well as infrared, ultraviolet, and radio and television wavelengths. Wireless data services and other advanced Wireless applications typically occupy up …"