The strongest argument to favor government regulation of cell phone service grids is that

A. there are too many cell phone service towers
B. the government could provide better cell phone service
C. in some metropolitan areas there are too many choices fro cell phone providers
D. consumers should be able to change service providers without purchasing a new phone

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  1. D.

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