Posts Tagged ‘CCMI’

Google Voice Controversy with AT&T Freshens Up Access Charges Battle

National Broadband Plan, Universal Service November 13th, 2009

WASHINGTON, November 13, 2009 – Access charges are well above the actual costs to connect telephone calls, despite the efforts made by the Federal Communications Commission, said Andy Regitsky of Regitsky and Associates, in a webinar presentation on “Access Charges and Network costs – A Guide to FCC Reform,” hosted by CCMI.

“The FCC is not ready to give control over access charges which have been flawed for the 25 years of their existence,” said Regitsky.

USF and Intercarrier Compensation Complicate Broadband Plan

Broadband Updates, FCC, National Broadband Plan September 30th, 2009

As the new Federal Communications Commission takes up the task of changing the Universal Service Fund, the task will be all the more complex because of the intrusion of broadband policy objectives and proposed changes to the contribution methodology, panelists said Wednesday.

Upcoming Webinar on Navigating the $7.2 Billion Broadband Stimulus

Broadband Calendar March 13th, 2009

WASHINGTON, March 13, 2009 – and CCMI have teamed up to offer a free public webinar on tapping into the $7.2 Billion Broadband Stimulus on March 19, at 2 p.m. ET, aimed at both incumbent service providers and new market entrants. Editor Drew Clark on Technology Lawyer Radio

Broadband Calendar March 12th, 2009

WASHINGTON, March 12, 2009 – Thursday’s wireless edition of My Technology Lawyer Radio will focus on the hot topics of federal applications for stimulus spending grants, plus developments in the federal prosecution of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman on corruption charges.

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