The New York Times shot a rocket at the wireless industry today:
The wireless industry argues that it should remain as unregulated as possible because it is very competitive. But this not true.
The editorial catalogs many of the big problems plaguing the wireless industry, and winds up with a solution:
Perhaps the most effective path would be for the F.C.C. to declare broadband access to be a telecommunication service over which it has more control.
In other words, regulate broadband as a “common carrier” like traditional phone lines. This isn’t radical stuff. It’s common sense.