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Forward: Wireless wars

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Users of mobile communications are suffering as wireless carriers and federal governments continue to compete with each other to control this media. Users who are increasingly dependent on smart phones, netbooks, and bandwidth-consuming mobile applications are suffering due to such conflicts between the carriers and the governments. The two parties involved in their controversial efforts claim to be taking such steps for the benefit of consumers. One of the involved parties claims that it is influencing better growth and development of mobile communications by enforcing rules on the types of devices and services that can access its networks. The other party claims that the priority to be to give unrestricted access to mobile networks to users. Customers are expected to be prohibited from accessing certain websites or visiting competing voice and television services on their iPhones depending on the network that they are using.

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