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FCC confirms end to unbundling requirements in competitive areas

Wednesday 28 October 2020 | 12:16 CET | News
The FCC has approved an industry compromise to deregulate parts of the legacy unbundling market. A deal was announced by the industry groups USTelecom and Incompas in August on the proposal first put forward last year by the regulator. Incompas, which represents alternative operators, said it was still opposed to the end of certain resale obligations, which would impact small business users.  

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