AT&T will ease roaming rules to help smaller carriers

09/11/2013 | Hill, The · CNET

AT&T on Tuesday said it would modify its 700 MHz Long-Term Evolution network in order to address compatibility issues among smaller and regional carriers that they say prevented their customers from roaming on AT&T's network. The carrier said it would introduce standardized software that lets smaller carriers offer roaming services to their subscribers. Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Mignon Clyburn applauded the move, saying it would offer "more competition and more choices," especially in rural areas.

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