FCC chairman Pai opposes China Mobile’s request to operate in the U.S.


FCC chairman Ajit Pai announced today that he opposes an application from China Mobile to offer service in the U.S. The FCC will vote on the application during a meeting to be held May 9th. The filing was submitted to the FCC in September 2011 by China Mobile USA, a stateside subsidiary of the Chinese firm. The company seeks to provide “Global or Limited Global Facilities-Based Service” that would offer resale service between U.S. and international wireless users.
Considering that the U.S. government has considered Huawei and ZTE to be national security risks, Pai’s …

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