Just like with voice traffic, AT&T and Verizon have to let smaller competitors use their network for data roaming, the FCC today ruled. This would let wireless users clean their inboxes of spam and look up the capital of Greenland in less than 5 minutes of loading, just like they would at home.
AT&T, Verizon Have To Let Smaller Rivals Use Network For Data, Just Like Voice
By Ben Popken April 7, 2011
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