Partners & Resources

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

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The FCC, established by the Communications Act of 1934, regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable nationwide. The FCC works to promote competition, innovation, and investment in broadband services and facilities, providing leadership in strengthening the defense of the nation’s communications infrastructure.

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CTIA-The Wireless Association


CTIA has represented the wireless communications industry since 1984. CTIA members include wireless carriers and their suppliers and providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products. The association advocates on behalf of its members, coordinates consumer initiatives such as voluntary industry guidelines and promotion of mobile device recycling and reuse, and supports industry initiatives including the “go wireless, go green” campaign and

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The Competitive Carriers Association (CCA)

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Founded in 1992 as a carrier-centric organization, CCA is now the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers. CCA’s 100-plus members cover over 95 percent of the United States. CCA works to educate policy members on issues such as access to spectrum, access to devices and networks, universal service fund (USF) reform, and Next-Generation 911 (NG911) solutions.

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U.S. Cellular

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U.S. Cellular provides a comprehensive range of wireless services and products, excellent customer support, and a high-quality network to customers nationwide. Currently, more than 93 percent of the Chicago-based carrier’s customers have access to 4G LTE speeds. U.S. Cellular was named a J.D. Power and Associates Customer Champion in 2014 for the third time in four years.

King Street Wireless is also an active member of several industry partnership associations working to advance the national and international competitiveness of the wireless industry, including CTIA and CCA.