North American regulators buck trend of allowing in-flight cell phone use

Regulators in the U.S. and Canada stand practically alone in holding the line against in-flight cell phone use. Carriers in Europe and the Middle East are testing travelers' responses to the technology with an eye to eventually allowing passengers to text and talk at will. North American regulators remain unconvinced the devices won't have an impact on flight communications.

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