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Federal Communications Commission

Dear FCC Commissioners: 

AT&T has announced that it’s blocking the FaceTime video calling app on its customers’ iPhones unless they subscribe to a more expensive text-and-voice plan.  

This is a clear violation of Net Neutrality and of your own Open Internet rules. AT&T knows that if it can get the FCC to condone this kind of Net Neutrality violation it can get away with just about anything. 

I urge you to put a stop to AT&T's anti-consumer and anti-Net Neutrality actions.

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    Stop AT&T's Latest Attack on Net Neutrality

    AT&T won't give iPhone users mobile access to the FaceTime video calling app unless they subscribe to a more expensive text-and-voice plan.

    This is bad for every AT&T customer, including the deaf, immigrant families and others with relatives overseas, who depend on mobile video apps to communicate with friends and family. 

    Read below to learn more about AT&T's latest attack on Net Neutrality and then tell the FCC to put a stop to AT&T's blocking: 


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