On Monday, June 22, 2015, Jonathan Banks, Patrick Brogan, and the undersigned of the United States Telecom Association (USTelecom) met with Matthew DelNero, Carol Mattey, Deena Shetler, Randy Clark
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USTelecom outlined a series of steps the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) could take to remove barriers to investment and facilitate broadband deployment, in a filing responding to an FCC in
Broadband Internet access providers (BIAs) have every reason to be concerned if they are reclassified as common carriers by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under Title II of the 1996 Te
USTelecom seeks to modernize rules and regulations to facilitate the transition to next-generation service and networks.The regulations at issue in the Petition pre-date many major technology
An updated USTelecom analysis of residential voice competition data reaffirms previous research showing that an overwhelming majority of consumers are dropping traditional switched telephone landli
USTelecom analysis of state-by-state data show competition for voice service remains substantial and growing across all of the states.
An overwhelming majority of consumers across the United States are dropping traditional landline phone service, according to updated USTelecom analyses of national and state voice competition data.
The investment community is carefully watching the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as it nears a decision on net neutrality rules, according to Anna-Maria Kovacs, visiting scholar with the
USTelecom petitions the Federal Communications Commission for forbearance from various outdated regulatory requirements applicable to incumbent local exchange carriers (“ILECs”), which
Our nation’s broadband networks need high levels of investment to bring increased speeds and greater competition.