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Telecoms Seize IP Transition to Enhance Services
Technology is transforming traditional business models and bringing unprecedented innovation to digital consumers.
Consumers Continue Shift Away From Landline – Regulations Are Behind
An overwhelming majority of consumers across the United States are dropping traditional landline phone service, according to updated USTelecom analyses of
Voice Competitors Exceed Half of Household Share in All States
USTelecom analysis of state-by-state data show competition for voice service remains substantial and growing across all of the states.
Voice Competition Data Support Regulatory Modernization
An updated USTelecom analysis of residential voice competition data reaffirms
Serving the Fiber Connected Home
Fiber and gigabit services are increasingly being rolled out in regions across the nation with telecommunications providers, including AT&a
In-Depth: USTelecom Offers a Valuable Training Benefit
New Network Compact Must Recognize Needs of Consumers
A significant shift in consumer choice and market preferences is creating new challenges for 21st century regulators according to a study recently released by the
Avoid ‘Prescriptive’ Path with Interconnection
Congress should refrain from a “prescriptive interconnection regime,” and work toward policies aimed at protecting consumers regardless of technology or platform used in delivering comm
USTelecom Comments to Energy and Commerce Committee on Interconnection Response
USTelecom thanks the Committee on Energy and Commerce (“the Committee”) for the opportunity to share its views on modernizing the nation’s communications laws.
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