RBOCs get a chance to break out of the box

Rohde, David
August 1997
Network World;08/18/97, Vol. 14 Issue 33, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on the Federal Communications Commission's decision to permit regional Bell operating companies (RBOC) to operate outside their local access and transport areas (LATA), over AT&T Corp.'s objection. Conditions imposed on RBOCs; AT&T's claim that allowing RBOC to cross LATA boundaries will put them into the long distance business.


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