Summary:

Call this an unlikely break. Even though the FCC has removed Section 271 unbundling requirements for fiber-based facilities, it is still keeping in place Section 271 unbundling obligations for legacy copper facilities, including line sharing. In other words, Bells are now shopping for better lobbyists before […]

Call this an unlikely break. Even though the FCC has removed Section 271 unbundling requirements for fiber-based facilities, it is still keeping in place Section 271 unbundling obligations for legacy copper facilities, including line sharing. In other words, Bells are now shopping for better lobbyists before the put the squeeze on guys like Covad. For now the DSL player is happy!

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