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Editorial: FMC takes off – carriers miss the flight

News | 04/01/2007 4:00 am EDT

It's fair to say carriers have been cautious about fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) – technology that combines various wireless and wired networks for an improved end-user experience. Mobile service providers seemed worried that users would employ FMC to avoid cellular networks and their associated costs, relying on free or inexpensive Wi-Fi connections instead.

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