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Wireless carriers mislead consumers about USF reform

Madison, Wis. - The federal Universal Service Fund (USF) has provided thousands of TDS Telecom customers with access to high-tech communication services. Beginning with traditional wireline telephone service and now with high-speed broadband Internet service in c......

Full article >>> he temporary cap proposed by the Joint Board does not abolish support for wireless carriers, but rather controls that support in a manner similar to wireline companies.

Objections to the Joint Board's recommendation must be substantiated. Contentions that the quality of wireless service will drop without continued break-neck increases in payments are unfounded. Unfortunately, instead of ......

Full article >>> ndation. Contact the Federal Communications Commission and urge the commission to act swiftly in putting this financially prudent and well-intended recommendation in place.

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