WASHINGTON, February 22, 2011 - After Apple recently broke its exclusivity agreement with AT&T and brought the iPhone to Verizon, our panel discusses whether consumers suffer from a lack of choice in handsets between carriers what effects that may have on the wireless marketplace. Additionally, the panel explores the implications of exclusivity agreements on the consumer and the law and debates the future of these agreements.
The event is available on BroadbandBreakfast.com at the following link.
- Dr. Coleman Bazelon, Principal, The Brattle Group
- Seth Bloom, General Counsel, Sen. Herb Kohl
- Parul Desai, Communications Policy Counsel, Consumers Union
- Julia Tanner, General Counsel, MTPCS
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