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"… s neighbors so worked up are so-called small cells, the next generation of wireless technology that telecommunications firms and cell-tower builders want to p …"

"… peeds required by a more connected world. But residents like King and some wireless experts say the cells could reduce property values, pose safety risks and …"

"… states have passed laws backed by Big Telecom to limit local regulation of wireless facilities, with more states likely to act this year. Congress is consider …"

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"… digital divide. Pai says one of the keys to making that happen is giving wireless carriers an easier way to deploy so-called small cells, a central componen …"

"… y so-called small cells, a central component of 5G, the next generation of wireless communication. The cells, which may number in the millions once fully depl …"

"… hout neighborhoods and business districts. The small cells promise to make wireless connections faster and support future applications such as driverless cars …"

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"… g, according to the FCC broadband database. Fletcher, 36, has to rely on a wireless connection that she said freezes so often that “it might as well be non- …"

"… d at all cost.” Verizon claimed in a filing that the FCC should include wireless access in its assessment of broadband access, arguing the failure to incor …"

"… w in methodology.” But the FCC also ruled in January that satellite and wireless connections were not a substitute for wired connections. And back in Gooc …"

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"… nance, was working on an investigation into corporate concentration in the wireless communications industry. Not surprisingly, the biggest firms are seeking t …"

"… t surprisingly, the biggest firms are seeking to gain even more control of wireless spectrum. Holmes, who joined the Center from Bloomberg News, naturally sou …"

"… sults in fewer dropped calls and connections. Good spectrum is crucial for wireless companies to attract customers who are sending an ever-increasing amount o …"

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"… he enormity of the issue at hand: nothing less than control of the growing wireless market and the hundreds of billions of dollars that go with it. Verizon C …"

"… n, D.C.-based nonprofit group, sat at the witness table along with the big wireless carriers and well-known consumer advocates to tell senators how the govern …"

"… st serve customers and promote innovative technologies — is to allow all wireless companies to bid without restrictions on as many frequencies as they want. …"

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"… in Washington. AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc., the biggest wireless companies, are likely to lie low for the same reason.  “AT&T a …"

"… icans traditional wired-phone service to service based on the Internet and wireless frequencies, predicts Jeff Silva, senior policy director for telecommunica …"

"… ot tests of the so-called IP-transition, which would send phone calls over wireless networks using the Internet. (IP stands for Internet protocol.) Traditiona …"

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"… ty of smart phones has skyrocketed. In the Workshop survey, non-home-based wireless connections were not included. Thirty-five percent of American adults own …"

"… typical day. There is no question that today’s “fourth generation” wireless networks are capable of delivering data at much greater speeds than in the …"

"… me computer with a wire-line connection, at least not today. Speed aside, wireless companies often impose data limits — the more you use them to go online, …"

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"… devices.The FCC described its decision as a setback for competition in the wireless market. It is also a huge blow for Philip Falcone, a major donor to Presid …"

"… l interference from LightSquared’s planned high-speed, fourth-generation wireless Internet network. The government conducted two studies to examine the risk …"

"… issions, but the FCC strongly supported his bid to increase competition in wireless Internet market by repurposing the spectrum.LightSquared accused its oppon …"

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"… p;T/T-Mobile merger.”Martin went on to praise the potential expansion of wireless broadband service that AT&T Inc. has said the purchase of its smaller …"

"… n in support of the T-Mobile buyout, which will cut the number of national wireless companies from four to three.They include a Dollars-for-Scholars program o …"

"… the organization wrote. “Please consider all the good that an increased wireless broadband network can do for the kids, for the future.”In an interview, …"

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"… money on alternative energy firms.Several Obama bundlers also had hands in wireless company LightSquared, now the focus of Congressional investigations into w …"

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"… ssley’s letter states.  …"

"… d on an FCC authorization received in 2005.”LightSquared argues its wireless broadband plan would offer wireless service to more than 260 million Ameri …"

"… ved in 2005.”LightSquared argues its wireless broadband plan would offer wireless service to more than 260 million Americans. But it faces critics in Congre …"

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"… als, than targeting specific companies.LightSquared argues its $14 billion wireless broadband plan would create thousands of jobs and offer wireless service t …"

"… 4 billion wireless broadband plan would create thousands of jobs and offer wireless service to more than 260 million Americans. But it faces critics in Congre …"

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"… ling similarities between bankrupt Solyndra's troubles and LightSquared, a wireless company with deep connections into the Obama administration. The emails fi …"

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"… tential threats to government aviation and defense communications posed by wireless firm LightSquared’s plans for a national broadband network, White House …"

"… 14 billion plan promises to create thousands of jobs and provide broadband wireless service to more than 260 million Americans. But the opposition complains i …"

"… er the previous Republican administration and have continued to be part of wireless policy under the current Democratic administration.”He said the company …"

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"… ion to members of the subcommittee, the workshop found.  …"

"… or discriminating against high-bandwidth video sites.Of the broadband and wireless industry’s $81,500 in contributions to the subcommittee since December, …"

"… threat from the Obama administration.Since 2009, large U.S. broadband and wireless companies have donated nearly $1.3 million to members of the subcommittee, …"

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"… of tech-savvy Austin, Texas, Adina Levin enjoys the benefits of widespread wireless Internet access.Austin is one of a number of cities in the nation that has …"

"… te to have the same advantage."People really care about it," Levin said of wireless Internet access. "There's a constituency for it."That's why she spent much …"

"… 4 states debated banning or restricting municipalities' ability to provide wireless access—and neither was Levin's decision to fight it. Along with citizens …"

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"… e a more active role in regulating misleading line item charges on monthly wireless bills.At issue are so-called "federal recovery fees" which are used primar …"

"… owing customers to change providers while keeping their phone numbers. But wireless companies have used the line item to cover all manner of expenses, includi …"

"… ased in October 2003 which detailed the practice. The Center reported that wireless companies had collected $629 million starting in January 2002 for number p …"

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"… if you can get everybody to agree to it." …"

"… anged from a nickel to $1.75 per month, were needed primarily to cover the wireless industry's costs for implementing "number portability," a new service that …"

"… t will allow phone users to keep their same number when switching from one wireless company to another.What the companies didn't say, however, was that they w …"

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"… igher rates.In addition, the FCC last month agreed to double the fees that wireless communication companies have to pay into the fund. That means a cell phone …"

"… s complained they were being forced to subsidize rural local telephone and wireless companies.In answer to those criticisms, the FCC last month agreed to doub …"

"… wer to those criticisms, the FCC last month agreed to double the fees that wireless communication companies have to pay into the fund.The agency has also move …"

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"… controls high-tech policies that affect a number of telecommunication and wireless firms for which she and her husband have worked.As the new assistant secre …"

"… re than 150 telecommunications transactions. He has given presentations on wireless and telecommunications issues, including one in December 2000 to the commu …"

"… nications issues, including one in December 2000 to the communications and wireless company Mitel involving the future of U.S. regulation under the Bush admin …"