Airline passengers, workers against lifting cell phone ban

06/16/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The · USA Today

Many airline passengers and employees hope the Federal Communications Commission does not lift the rule banning passengers from using cell phones during flights, the Boston Globe reported. The FCC found the public is fervently against changing the rule as it reviewed comments and interviewed passengers. Cingular, the nation's largest wireless carrier, also thinks the ban should continue, USA Today reported. The FCC does not know when it will make a decision, a spokeswoman said.

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