- Who is WTA?
- State Associations
- Members Only
This week, representatives from WTA met with staff from four of the five Commissioners’ offices to reiterate the association’s support for “limited Title II regulation for broadband IP services.” While WTA “does not advocate common carrier regulation of retail IP services,” it “supports forbearance from most Title II regulation for broadband services with the exception of Sections 201, 202, 208, 251, 252 and 254 of the Communications Act.”
An example of the notices of ex parte can be found here.net neutrality
Today, NECA, WTA, NTCA and ERTA filed an Application for Review of the Wireline Competition Bureau’s Order dismissing the associations’ prior Petition for Reconsideration of Bureau’s methods of establishing a local service rate floor. The associations argue that review of the Bureau’s Order by the Commissioners is “warranted because the Bureau did not address…the reasons set forth in the PFR explaining why reconsideration was both timely and necessary.”Local Rate Floor