On September 18, WTA sent a letter to the FCC stating that while it agrees with the FCC’s efforts to target specific access stimulation abuses and to defend the integrity of the intercarrier compensation system, it notes that the proposed
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On September 12, WTA issued a press release regarding elections of new officers, members of its Executive Committee and Board of Directors.… Continue reading “WTA Elects New Officers, Executive Committee and Board Members”
On August 30, WTA filed comments in support of NTCA’s petition requesting a temporary waiver of the Lifeline minimum service standard applicable to fixed, wireline broadband Internet access service. WTA agrees with NTCA’s argument that good cause exists under Section … Continue reading “WTA Supports NTCA Lifeline Petition”
On August 26, WTA filed reply comments in response to the FCC’s NPRM proposing an overall cap on the entire Universal Service Fund. WTA noted that many industry participants and other interested parties also oppose an overall USF budget cap … Continue reading “WTA Files Reply Comments on USF Cap Proposal”
On August 23, WTA filed reply comments in response to the Commission’s Third Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in its robocalls proceeding and the initial comments filed in the record on July 24, 2019. WTA again outlined its concerns with … Continue reading “WTA Files Reply Comments in Robocalls Proceeding”
On August 15, WTA met with Nirali Patel, Special Counsel to Chairman Ajit Pai, to discuss its concerns with the Lifeline Representative Accountability Database (RAD). WTA asserted that the new RAD needlessly puts the personally identifiable information of RLEC customer … Continue reading “WTA Discusses Lifeline Representative Accountability Database (RAD) With Chairman’s Office”
WTA argued that the proposed cap will not only undermine the predictability and sufficiency promised in the 2018 … Continue reading “WTA Opposes USF Cap in Comments to FCC”
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