Markey Raises Broadband Bill Cramming Issue

July 31, 2014

The wireless cramming issue may be migrating to wired broadband bills in general, with a push from Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.). At a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on wireless cramming, the senator asked FCC and FTC witnesses whether they were looking into cramming on bundled bills and whether that is an emerging problem, saying "cramming was scamming" wherever it occurred.

 

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