WTA Joins Industry Letter to FCC on E-ACAM Locations

On February 26, WTA joined NTCA and US Telecom in sending a letter to the FCC reiterating concerns about not abiding by the Order creating the Enhanced Alternative Connect America Cost Model (E-ACAM) program, which made clear that initial E-ACAM … Continue reading “WTA Joins Industry Letter to FCC on E-ACAM Locations”

WTA Discusses E-ACAM Locations With FCC

On February 22, representatives from WTA and JSI met with staff from the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau and Office of Economic Analysis to discuss concerns regarding the true-up of Enhanced Alternative Connect America Cost Model (E-ACAM) locations that is scheduled … Continue reading “WTA Discusses E-ACAM Locations With FCC”

WTA Expresses Concerns about FCC Plans for E-ACAM True-Ups

Today, WTA filed comments in response to the FCC Public Notice of January 25, 2024, on the Enhanced A-CAM Eligible Locations True-Up, departs from repeated FCC and Wireline Competition Bureau pre-election statements and assurances to use August 30, 2023 as … Continue reading “WTA Expresses Concerns about FCC Plans for E-ACAM True-Ups”

WTA Discusses USF, 706 Proceeding, Open Internet, and other topics with FCC

On February 1, representatives from WTA met with staff from the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau to discuss WTA’s filings in the Open Internet and Section 706 report proceedings and the FCC’s recent addition of Personally Identifiable Information to Customer Proprietary … Continue reading “WTA Discusses USF, 706 Proceeding, Open Internet, and other topics with FCC”

WTA Discusses Open Internet, 706, and other proceedings with FCC

This week, representatives from WTA and its member companies met with staff from the offices of FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel, and Commissioners Carr and Gomez to discuss various policy issues under consideration at the FCC, including WTA’s filings in the Open Continue reading “WTA Discusses Open Internet, 706, and other proceedings with FCC”

WTA Provides Comments to FCC on Title II Regulation of Broadband

Today, WTA filed comments with the FCC in response to its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on reclassifying broadband Internet access service from an information service to a telecommunications service regulated under Title II of the Communications Act.

WTA opposes the … Continue reading “WTA Provides Comments to FCC on Title II Regulation of Broadband”

WTA Supports FCC Move to 100/20 Mbps and Higher for Broadband Speed Goals

Today, WTA responded to the FCC’s Notice of Inquiry into its annual assessment concerning the “availability of advanced telecommunications capability to all Americans.” WTA stated that universal broadband deployment constitutes the essential prerequisite for progress toward Section 706’s advanced telecommunications … Continue reading “WTA Supports FCC Move to 100/20 Mbps and Higher for Broadband Speed Goals”