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CTIA Statement After the FCC Vote on the Open Internet Proceeding

Following the FCC vote on the Open Internet proceeding, I said:  “The FCC’s Net Neutrality decision was disappointing and unnecessary: consumers across the U.S. have – and will always have – access to an open mobile Internet. By ignoring the fundamental differences in wireless networks and disregarding the intense competition throughout the mobile ecosystem, the FCC […]

Mobile Voice: A Case Study in Regulation

American consumers have embraced mobile broadband, with 55% of all Internet traffic flowing over wireless networks, and for good reason: mobile wireless providers invest, compete, innovate, and deliver an open Internet experience. The explosion of robust mobile broadband networks and dizzying array of mobile apps and content has emerged under a deregulatory framework originally set […]

Net Neutrality Super Bowl

Using a football analogy, learn why mobile cannot be subject to Title II rules under Section 332. The best path forward for the FCC on the 4th down is Section 706, which will preserve the open Internet with mobile-specific rules. #WirelessIsDifferent

VIDEO: What Happens if Title II is Imposed on Mobile: #WirelessIsDifferent

CTIA asked what happens if Title II is imposed on mobile? Whether it’s $72 more per user in new taxes and fees to less investment to fewer choices for services and devices, Americans want mobile-specific rules when it comes to net neutrality. #WirelessIsDifferent

CTIA Response to President Obama’s Announcement on Broadband

Following President Obama’s announcement on broadband, I said: “CTIA applauds President Obama’s recognition that broadband drives economic growth and supports innovation. Today’s remarks, however, failed to acknowledge that America’s wireless consumers already benefit every day from the dynamic, competitive market that the President seeks, with more than 8 out of 10 Americans having access to […]

[VIDEO]: Americans Lose if Title II is Imposed on Mobile

Consumers demand, and wireless companies support, an open Internet. If the FCC imposes public utility rules that govern gas, electric and water companies on wireless, it will harm America’s 5G future, increase costs, add unnecessary regulation as well as interfere with the products and services that consumers expect and enjoy. Consumers will lose under Title II, trading innovation […]

Section 332: The Congressional Bar Against Common Carrier Treatment of Mobile Broadband

While CTIA and its members strongly believe in an open Internet, any new rules need to rest on a solid legal foundation. With reports that the FCC will take action next month, it is important to highlight once again that the legal path the Commission takes matters. As we explained in an in-depth legal analysis […]

#WirelessIsDifferent: Flexibility Protects Competition

Protecting the quality of services and competition, Virginia Tech University’s Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Dr. Jeffrey H. Reed explains the realities that make network exceptions unrealistic and flexible network management a necessity. Learn more about net neutrality by visiting: www.ctia.org/net-neutrality

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