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FCC chairman echoes commissioner's sentiments, says Verizon's ETF response 'raised more questions than it answered'

Chris Ziegler

FCC chairman and general ass-kicker Julius Genachowski is siding with his commissioner Mignon Clyburn this week, noting that Verizon's response to the Fed over its $350 "advanced device" early termination fee didn't really satisfy everyone's curiosity. He's not ready to talk about the FCC's next move in the case -- we're guessing another lengthy open letter is in order -- but he assured media on hand that "the bureau is looking into" the situation. In the meantime, just don't get tired of that Droid too fast, alright?

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