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The U.S. mobile phone industry is running out of the airwaves necessary to provide voice, text and Internet services to its customers.
The problem, known as the "spectrum crunch," threatens to increase the number of dropped calls, slow down data speeds and raise customers' prices. It will also whittle down the nation's number of wireless carriers and create a deeper financial divide between those companies that have capacity and those that don't.
There are potential solutions, but none are inexpensive, easy to implement, or comprehensive.
That means there's no major fix on the horizon.
You mean people might have to go back to making shopping lists instead of calling their spouse from the grocery store to ask what they need?