Wireless carriers told the FCC that subscribers have plenty of choices of plans and that they are well aware of the early-termination charges when they sign up for service. "Customers clearly understand that they have choices," wrote AT&T Senior Vice President Robert Quinn in an FCC filing Tuesday in response to an FCC inquiry on the fees. All four major carriers wrote to the agency, with Google saying it has reduced its fee from $350 to $150. Carriers said the fees subsidized their advanced handsets.
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