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Released: October 16, 2012

Meeting Agenda
A Public Notice of the Federal Communications Commission

Federal Communications Commission

News Media Information (202) 418-0500

445 12th Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20554

October 16, 2012


The following presentation has been added to the list of Agenda items scheduled for the
Wednesday, October 17, 2012, Open Meeting and previously listed in the Commission’s Notice of
October 10, 2012.

Wireless Carrier Usage Alerts to Prevent Bill Shock

Pursuant to CTIA's revision to its Code of Conduct for Wireless Service last year, October
17, 2012 is the deadline by which the participating CTIA member wireless carriers must
provide their subscribers with at least two of the specified four types of alerts to allow
consumers to avoid unexpected charges for wireless usage exceeding their plan limits, and
for additional charges for international roaming. The Consumer and Governmental Affairs
Bureau will provide a status report of the participating carriers' compliance with this
*The summaries listed in this notice are intended for the use of the
public attending open Commission meetings. Information not summarized
may also be considered at such meetings. Consequently these summaries
should not be interpreted to limit the Commission's authority to
consider any relevant information.

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