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Government Takes Next Steps to Allow Phone Calls on Flights

FCC says it will consider allowing phone calls above 10,000 feet in the air.
11/22/2013

Transcript for Government Takes Next Steps to Allow Phone Calls on Flights

cell phones. The government, now to be considering overturning its ban on in-flight phone use, which means your next flight could get a whole lot noisier. Abc's david kerley is at reagan national... See More
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