Public Knowledge opens wireless usage caps website

Monday 9 January 2012 | 09:33 CET | News
Public Knowledge, a non-profit US-based public interest group opened whatismycap.com, a new web site whose aim is to help consumers stay under the usage caps imposed by wireless carriers. With the new web site, consumers will be able to better understand what their cap really means, and avoid expensive overcharges. The site is sponsored by PK, Mozilla Foundation and the Open Source Democracy Foundation. PK and the Open Technology Initiative last May asked the FCC to investigate data caps generally.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: FCC / Mozilla
Countries: United States
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