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Universal Service reform order has bad news for Halo Wireless

The Universal Service and inter-carrier compensation reform order recently issued by the FCC contains some bad news for Halo Wireless, the company that offers wholesale voice termination services that enable at least one enhanced service provider customer to avoid paying long-distance access charges (CP: Halo Wireless defends access charge avoidance methodology). Halo Wireless claimed its [.
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Universal Service reform order targets 6 Mb/s broadband speed in certain cases

Utilities / Communication : Unfiltered (3 years ago)

After staunchly defending a 4 Mb/s downstream- 1 Mb/s upstream target broadband speed for the planned broadband Universal Service program for nearly two years, the FCC signaled in the recently issued Universal Service reform order t... Read Post

Consumer group unhappy with Universal Service reforms

Utilities / Communication : Unfiltered (3 years ago)

Although most telecom industry stakeholders found something to like in the FCC’s plan to transition today’s Universal Service program into a broadband-focused fund (CP: Carriers see good and bad in Universal Service reform order), a... Read Post

Investors attempt to separate winners (viz. Local Tandem) from losers in wake of ICC reforms

Utilities / Communication : Unfiltered (3 years ago)

One company that’s happy about inter-carrier compensation reforms detailed in the FCC’s recent Connect America Fund order (FCC adopts Universal Service and inter-carrier compensation reform order) is Neutral Tandem. The company give... Read Post


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