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Apr282016

Broadband Coalition Statement on FCC Business Data Action, Lock Up

WASHINGTON DC (April 28th, 2016) – Today the FCC voted to address some of the terms and conditions holding back broadband competition, and took an important step to advance its proceeding to reform the business data service market. 

 

In response, the Broadband Coalition released the following statement:

 

“The FCC continues to move forward on a future that protects, promotes and expands competition for business customers. The historic data collection and action today on reforms to end market power abuse is critical to helping customers obtain more choices, lower prices and innovative products. 

 

“We commend the FCC for moving forward on curbing larger providers’ abuse of market power over business data services, which is holding back advanced network deployment and curbing greater IP-based competition. We look forward to continuing to work with the FCC to ensure customers are free to choose among multiple broadband providers to help their business grow.”

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