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
USTelecom is pleased to submit its comments in response to the Commission’s Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“Further Notice”) in the matter of Jurisdictional Separations an
Traditional voice communications services are no longer dominant in the U.S.
This letter is in response to a recent notice of an ex parte meeting filed on behalf of Cablevision Systems Corporation and Charter Communications, Inc.
It is increasingly clear that traditional voice telephony providers, known as incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs), are no longer dominant in the provision of voice communications services.
USTelecom analysis of state-by-state data show competition for voice services is significant and gaining ground across all of the states.
The current regulatory environment that forces telco companies to build and maintain copper-based legacy telephone networks is taking away capital that could be used to invest in the nation’s
USTelecom comments in opposition to the Petition for Rulemaking filed by the Lifeline Reform 2.0 Coalition.