Sprint, T-Mobile Tack Away From Comcast On Special Access

Law360, Washington (April 22, 2016, 4:42 PM EDT) -- Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and a telecom group have endorsed an agreement between rivals for the regulation of special access services, telling the Federal Communications Commission that access to the services at reasonable prices is key, even as Comcast expressed concern about the FCC’s plans.

The companies and Competitive Carriers Association wrote to the FCC on Thursday about the special access — or business data services — plan, saying the commission should adopt a regulatory regime consistent with the suggestion of Verizon Communications Inc. and INCOMPAS. The FCC is set to take up proposed rule-making on special access services at the...

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