House Panel Urges FCC Action

Five months after initial vote, agency still has not published final rules providing Bells with unbundling relief. [internetnews.com: Top News]

Although the FCC has not issued its final order in the matter, the agency ruled the regional Bells will no longer have to share their high-speed fiber lines with broadband competitors. The FCC’s ruling provides the Bells with substantial “unbundling” relief for lines utilizing fiber facilities, including no unbundling requirements for fiber-to-the-home loops or hybrid loops that utilize both fiber and cooper.

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