FCC chief unveils scaled-back business data reforms



Many small businesses would pay lower prices for high-capacity data and voice connections known as special access lines under a scaled-back proposal to reform the $45 billion-a-year market unveiled on Friday by U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler.
Wheeler proposed a sweeping reform plan for business data services in April, and now may seek a final vote as early as later this month on the updated proposal he circulated to commissioners on Thursday, a person briefed on the plan said on Friday.
Many businesses rely on special-access lines to transmit large amounts of... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 46
Source: Reuters
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