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Verizon lifts data restrictions on first responders after criticism for slowing service to firefighters

LOS ANGELES - Verizon Wireless said Friday it will immediately stop imposing data speed restrictions on first responders throughout the West Coast and Hawaii it was criticized for limiting service to firefighters battling California's largest-ever wildfire.

Verizon also said it plans to offer unlimited data without restrictions for public safety officials.

California is beset

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