Bell Resale Rules Upheld

Enrich, David
May 2002
Multichannel News;5/20/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 20, p26
Reports on the ruling of the Supreme Court on telephone companies to lease equipment to competitors at discounted price in the U.S. Stand of Verizon Communications Inc. on the legitimacy of the rates set by the Federal Communications Commission; Effect of the court decision on cable operators; Aim of the pricing scheme to promote competition in the market.


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