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FCC eyes AT&T, Apple rejection of Google Voice apps (full text of letters)

The Federal Communications Commission has launched an inquiry over AT&T and Apple's rejection of Google Voice and related applications.The FCC sent letters to all three companies (Techmeme, FCC site).
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

The Federal Communications Commission has launched an inquiry over AT&T and Apple's rejection of Google Voice and related applications.

The FCC sent letters to all three companies (Techmeme, FCC site). The crux of the inquiry revolves around whether and how AT&T was consulted on the matter. The FCC has been looking into exclusive deals between device makers and wireless carriers. The FCC set an Aug. 21 deadline for responses.

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