FCC asked to Investigate Skype for iPhone Restriction. Will They?

4 04 2009

“Since Tuesday, Skype for iPhone has been downloaded more than a million times—that’s a rate of six downloads a second, according to the company. All this despite the fact the software only works via the iPhone’s Wi-Fi connection, and not AT&T’s 3G network. That restriction has angered some, who have argued that the practice is anti-competitive.”

I’m not a big fan of the iPhone, but this sets a huge precedence for the industry, and in a time of ‘Cyber Security Acts’ and Broadband usage based tiers’, this could finally be a huge win for the consumer!

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