AT&T & Apple Being Investigated By FCC On Google Voice App

Aug 04, 2009


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The Federal Communications Commission has opened an investigation due to AT&T’s decision to reject Google’s voice app on the iPhone. The reason for rejection offered by the two companies was that the Google app “duplicates features that come with the iPhone.” Letters were sent to all three companies, said “In light of pending FCC proceedings regarding wireless open access (RM-11361) and handset exclusivity (RM-11497), we are interested in a more complete understanding of this situation.”

(www.fcc.gov)