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USTelecom Supports Open Internet; Opposes Title II
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should reject proposals to impose Title II regulation on broadband services, USTelecom said in
Americans Continue Dropping Landlines
MB 10-71: USTelecom Amendment to Rules Related to the Retransmission Consent
The time is ripe for the Commission to reform its retransmission consent rules by removing regulatory preferences favoring broadcasters, thereby promoting more balanced market-based negotiations.
The Growth of Gigabit Networks
The broadband market in the U.S.
State of Broadband 2014
USTelecom President and CEO Walter McCormick offers a current overview of the state of broadband and what’s needed to continue to modernize and maximize our nation’s connectivity.
USTelecom Lauds Bill Prohibiting Title II Regulation of The Internet
Background: Yesterday, Rep.
Wrong Approach for Improving Broadband
Regulating broadband Internet access as a Title II common carrier service could threaten the continued expansion of broadband investment and improvement of service, USTelecom said in a letter sent
Voice Competition Has Ended ILEC Dominance
An overwhelming majority of consumers are dropping traditional telephone service from incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) in favor of modern mobile and Internet Protocol (IP) options, accordi
Voice Competition has ended ILEC Dominance
An updated USTelecom analysis of residential voice competition data reaffirms previous research
Funding Requests Exceed CAF Support
Nearly three-fourths of applicants expressing interest in participating in an experimental rural broadband program at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) sought more money than was availabl
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