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FCC weighs cable, phone service fees

September 12, 2007|From Times Wire Services

U.S. regulators may consider limiting fees that telephone and cable companies can charge subscribers who cancel their service before contracts expire.

The Federal Communications Commission, which already is examining early-termination fees for wireless service, should also investigate cancellation charges for land-line phone, Internet and cable TV contracts, FCC Chairman Kevin J. Martin said.

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