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  1. Alan
    Alan at |

    Very welcome news ūüôā Here’s hoping it gets ratified OK!

  2. Rapid Travel Chai
    Rapid Travel Chai at |

    That would be great, occasionally some form of these consumer-friendly laws set norms that push US companies to be better. I newly have T-Mobile and hope the free data and text international roaming sticks around.

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