Net neutrality and wireless: Bring it on, but let carriers have flexibility

Phil GoldsteinThey had it comin'. After years of failing to provide data usage alerts to customers and being unclear about throttling policies, wireless companies will deserve it Thursday when the FCC votes to codify new net neutrality rules. In his latest column, FierceWireless' Phil Goldstein sidesteps the debate as to whether the FCC legally can reclassify mobile broadband and delves into the issue of what it means to carriers. It's a good read for anyone in the cable industry who is trying to better understand the implication of the new rules on any large telecommunications company. You can read Phil's full Editor's Corner here.  

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