Give leverage back to the public
Americans pay more for the worst telecommunication services than anyone else in the developed world. End large monopolies like Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast by letting smaller companies have greater access to lower spectrum frequencies, unlock all cell phones, eliminate erroneous fees, fine them for poor customer service, and make a bigger effort to notify the public of pending actions through social media. Americans don't get value for the overpriced services they recieve.
I can remember when the FCC or Govt broke up AT&T, Bell and others in an effort to reduce monopolies and costs to consumers. It did not take too long for those same companies or affilates to merge and grow big again. Issue is that we as consumers want cheaper communications but more apps and gagets on our phones and with our TV. FCC can only do so much. We as consumers need to demand that carriers provide reasonable rates, excellent service, and "state-of-the-art" applications but not have to sign long contracts to get this service. By eliminating contracts consumers can chose the best in the industry or leave the worst without penalty ... this promotes competion and excellence in communication. FCC can help with getting rid of contract requirements that companies use to grow high profits but provide reduced services without significant rate increases.
Consumers go with companies who give great service at reasonable rates ... same applies to corporations who buy communication services ... Communication companies have gotten too greedy!