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State Data Confirm Declines in Traditional Voice
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.
Data Show Voice Competition Gaining in all States
USTelecom analysis of state-by-state data show competition for voice services is significant and gaining ground across all of the states.
Study: Regulations Diverting Investment Away from Broadband
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
WC 11-42 etal: USTelecom Opposition Petition to Lifeline Reform 2.0
USTelecom comments in opposition to the Petition for Rulemaking filed by the Lifeline Reform 2.0 Coalition.
WC 13-150: USTelecom Comments on Verizon Application
USTelecom) submits these comments in response to the FCC's above-referenced Public Notice.
GN 09-51 et al: Joint Association Comments about Rate-of-Return Represcription Report
By Public Notice, the Wireline Competition Bureau has requested comment on a report prepared by Bureau staff regarding potential data and methods to be used in represcribing the authorized intersta
USTelecom Chairman Testifies on Wireline Communications at Senate Hearing
I am Jeff Gardner, President and CEO of Windstream, a FORTUNE 500 telecom provider with an innovative hybrid business model.
WC 10-90 et al: USTelecom, NTCA, WTA Submit Wilkie Report on QRA
NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association, USTelecom, and the Western Telecommunications Alliance hereby submit into the record of the above-referenced proceedings a copy of a report prepared by S
USTelecom Testimony before Senate Subcommittee on Robocalls
The United States Telecom Association (USTelecom) and our member companies are aware of the growing problem associated with illegal robocalls.
CC 00-175: USTelecom Comments on Structural Separation Rules
The structural separation requirements are an extraordinary remedy for a concern that has long ago been supplanted by market, technological and regulatory changes.
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