Fitchard, Kevin
March 2003
Telephony;3/10/2003, Vol. 244 Issue 5, p19
Trade Publication
Discusses the Consumer Federation of America and the Consumers Union's call on the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee to review the Federal Communications Commission's unbundled network element (UTE) review of telecommunications companies. Advocacy groups' opposition to the decision to ban competitive carriers from fiber builds and eliminate line sharing; Prospects for competition in the broadband communication market.


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