For everyone who hates getting automated robocalls on their phone or spam text messages, the Federal Communications Commission has gotten the message.
Phone companies are moving from traditional copper-wire telephone technology to wireless and broadband Internet-based services and standards. This transition clearly has advantages for consumers. But the abandonment of old-fashioned wireline service also raises concerns that some existing services may become unaffordable, unreliable or unavailable altogether.
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