Path to Implementing Trump-Era Deregulatory Agenda
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai endorsed two major policy initiatives last week seeking to reduce international reporting requirements and disrupt illegal robocalling. The release of the new Notices of Proposed Rulemaking signals to industry observers that the period of transition at the FCC has officially come to an end, and the new Chairman is ready to implement a new deregulatory agenda.
In a move predicted by industry insiders, President Trump appointed Ajit Pai as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC” or “Commission”) in the early days of his presidency.
(Part 3 - Priorities)
In the midst of a bumpy week for the Trump administration, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai met with and received President Trump’s re-nomination for a second five-year term at the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC” or “Commission”).
(Part 2 - Enforcement)
This three-part series builds on the predictions made by Jonathan Marashlian in his December 9, 2016 article titled 9 Areas of Communications Law Policy Destined for Material Changes under Trump's FCC.
Make Way for the Workforce Revolution
With a rapidly evolving marketplace and a changing economic climate, it’s time organizations take the plunge and embrace a global workforce. Global is the new local.
The 5 Best Free International Calling Apps
Ah, the holidays are upon us once more. This is the time when we start to feel how far away our loved ones are. Many of us live in different cities, states, or even countries from our friends and family.
9 Areas of Communications Law Policy Likely to Undergo Material Changes under a Trump FCC
President-elect Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States of America on January 20, 2017. Many in the tech, media and telecom industry remain uncertain about what to expect from the Federal Communications Commission under the Trump administration.
Getting Ready for the Future of Prepaid Wireless and Services
Seeing into the future was the goal of this year’s Prepaid Press Expo. Speakers covered topics that showed where the prepaid wireless industry is today, where it is going in the future, and how companies can be prepared for the future that is coming.
Three Key Market Growth Drivers in the US
In the last few years, the mobile telecommunications industry has seen significant growth in the unlocked phones space, driven by factors like the government signing a cell phone unlocking bill into law and carriers like T-Mobile educating customers on unlocked phones.
People are confusing what a mobile wallet is and have now assigned the meaning to a mobile wallet to be the used to store a card and pay a merchant. What we define as a real need for the consumer is to have a stored value account that can be managed exclusively from your phone or from a phone and offering all of the services that customer like the unbaked do not have access to today.