Broadband Coalition Seeks Action on Special Access, IP Interconnection

A group of competitive service providers has created a new coalition aimed at advancing several telecom policy initiatives including increasing competition. In an announcement, the group–which calls itself The Broadband Coalition–  said it wants to persuade the FCC and Congress to “take positive steps to enhance competition and innovation in telecom, increasing value and choice for businesses, including millions of small business owners, and creating much-needed jobs for American working families.”



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Then, it will be great. Competition is good in terms of product release. It is as well as improvement is a good sound to the ear.

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