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USTelecom has asked the Commission to determine that ILECs are no longer subject to dominant carrier regulation in the provision of switched access voice services.


Competition to serve businesses that need specialized connections for data and the Internet–what the FCC calls Business Data Services (BDS) - is strong pretty much everywhere those businesses


As a follow-up to our March 17 ex parte meeting, USTelecom submits additional information into the record of the above-referenced proceeding to further explain the bases for our request that ILECs


On Thursday, March 17, 2016, Jacquelyne Flemming and Keith Krom (AT&T), Timothy Boucher, by telephone (CenturyLink), AJ Burton (Frontier), Curtis Groves (Verizon), and Jonathan Banks and I (UST


The United States Telecom Association (USTelecom) submits these reply comments to refresh the record on USTelecom’s petition for declaratory ruling (Petition) in the abovereferenced proceedin


USTelecom submits these comments in response to the Wireline Competition Bureau’s Public Notice seeking to refresh the record on USTelecom’s petition for declaratory ruling (Petition) t


USTelecom opposes the petition filed by General Communication, Inc.


On Tuesday, January 12, 2016, Jeff Lanning (CenturyLink), Alan Buzacott (Verizon), Malena Barzilai (Windstream), Hank Hultquist (AT&T), AJ Burton (Frontier) and Lynn Follansbee and I (USTelecom


On Tuesday, December 8, 2015, Walter McCormick, Lynn Follansbee and I met with Commissioner Pai and his Legal Advisor Nick Degani concerning USTelecom’s Petition for Forbearance.


USTelecom’s forbearance petition seeks relief from certain section 271 obligations and the requirement to provide a 64 kilobits per second (kbps) voice channel over fiber where copper loops a