U.S. Considers In-Flight Phone Use

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iphoneAnd you thought crying children were annoying? The Federal Communications Commission is revealing a proposal to allow airplane passengers to use their cell phones for calls and data once a flight reaches 10,000 feet.

Just a few weeks ago, the Federal Aviation Administration announced it would allow expanded use of electronic devices in the air, and some international airplanes come equipped with cell phone technology already. Now the big question is: will the inevitable floods of objections be overruled? Read more at The Wall Street Journal.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}

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