FCC drops inquiries into zero-rated data

The new chairman of FCC Ajit Pai dropped the inquiries into zero-rated data. Such offerings are T-Mobile’s Bing-On, AT&T’s DirecTV and Verizon’s Go90.

According to Pai the free-data plans have proven to be popular among consumers, particularly low-income Americans, and have enhanced competition in the wireless marketplace.

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Going forward, the Federal Communications Commission will not focus on denying Americans free data. Instead, we will concentrate on expanding broadband deployment and encouraging innovative service offerings.

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