Capitol ideas: AT&T again looking to reform telecom laws

5 Jan

the Net economy

By Andrew Robinson – Telecommunications companies want to meet their obligation to provide basic phone service to all consumers by using high-tech, less costly solutions such as wireless or voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) service, said Mary Pat Regan, president of AT&T Kentucky.

Regan said AT&T Inc. has committed $14 billion during the next three years to bringing wireless to 99 percent of the company’s U.S. footprint.

But, she said, AT&T chairman Randall L. Stephenson has said the money will be allocated first to states that have modernized their telecommunication laws. more>

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