The price of calls between the US and the UK could drop dramatically is, as expected, the US? main telecommunications watchdog today relaxes transatlantic regulations.
The Federal Communications Commission has hinted that it would loosen the regulatory regime for international comms traffic between the US and the UK, Canada and Sweden.
If this goes ahead, carriers in the US and the UK could negotiate freely on the terms of competition, introducing a new freedom into international traffic in a previously restricted market. The FCC's reaction is believed to be a response to the UK?s relaxation of rules allowing US comms companies to carry calls to Great Britain.
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