The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) sent letters to Comcast, T-Mobile and AT&T about each of their respective services that allow consumers to stream video and music without eating into their monthly data caps. Responses were requested by January 15. At a press conference, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler was careful to point out that these letters did not constitute an active investigation. Instead, it seems to be more of a probe to better understand the service offerings. “Let me be real clear,” Wheeler said. “These were ‘let’s get informed letters.’” Currently, each of the three companies have a program that could violate the rather ambiguous…

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