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Your next Smartphone Might Run on Something Called LTE-U. Here's What That Means.

Michael Calabrese was cited in the Washington Post about LTE-U:

“Whether LTE-U proves to be helpful or harmful to consumers remains to be seen,” said Michael Calabrese, director of the New America Foundation's Wireless Future Program. “Consumer advocates are very concerned that the FCC has accepted an industry compromise that requires mobile carriers to share fairly with WiFi only where WiFi signals are strong.”