Carriers filet FCC proposal to RBOCs

Rohde, David
October 1998
Network World;10/12/98, Vol. 15 Issue 41, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on opposition to the United States Federal Communications Commission's proposal to partially deregulate the data services of telephone firms known as the regional Bell operating companies. Sale of digital subscriber line without having to resell it to competitors; Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users Committee's position on the issue. INSET: Briefs (news items on telecommunication carriers)..


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