AT&T and Verizon investigated for possibly colluding to make your smartphone life worse

AT&T and Verizon don’t want to let you out of their grasps.

So much so, in fact, that they may have colluded to make it harder for you to switch cellphone carriers.

So reports The New York Times, which notes that the Justice Department is investigating the two companies for possibly working together to stifle a technology known as eSIM. If deployed, eSIM would make it easier for people to jump from provider to provider — no new physical SIM card required — potentially leaving AT&T or Verizon behind in the process.

 

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