By Humberto Saabedra on April 7, 2011
The FCC has passed a landmark mandate that will now force carriers to allow smaller regional carriers access to their networks for new roaming agreements in order to provide data service to typically underserved rural areas and regional carriers. The vote went 3-2 in favor of the new rules down party lines, with Chairman Julius […]
By Christopher Price on July 8, 2004
AT&T has removed all roaming charges when using data off-network in the United States, roaming rates still apply outside the United States. This applies to both local and national plans, which means that local plan holders can now use data anywhere as if they had a national plan.