AT&T said it should pay a similar rate to other telecommunications attachers.
'Utilities have been willing to perform these voluntary pole replacements because they have been compensated for it.'
The controversy is about the rates that internet companies seeking to put fiber on utility poles need to pay.
'We definitely saw [pole attachments] as one of the major risks for ConnectALL.'
Universal broadband has not been achieved, in part, because previous grant funding has often been misspent.
Report recommends policymakers streamline access to poles as 'most efficient' means of broadband expansion.
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