CONNECTICUT — Connecticut Gov.
Dannel Malloy said Monday that he would call on the Federal Communications Commission to look into whether the state’s wireless service provider was in violation of state law.
Malloy’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
State law requires wireless service providers to disclose how much customers pay to connect to the internet.
But Malloy’s comments come after the New York Times published a story Monday detailing the high cost of wireless service in the state.
The Times report cited a study by the University of Chicago that found wireless service was more expensive than traditional cable and DSL services in Connecticut.