Frontier Communications has secured approval from the FCC for its Chapter 11 restructuring plan, enabling the provider to proceed with its plans to accelerate fiber deployments across its footprint.
Friday, December 8th, San Francisco–Protections for rural phone customers would be reinstated under a court challenge to the FCC’s recent decision that made it easier for phone companies to discontinue
Oct. 11, 2016, Washington, D.C. — The National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates (“NASUCA”) today filed a Petition for Reconsideration asking the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reconsider certain
A nationwide coalition of advocates is demanding that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reject an industry proposal that would erode consumer protections while increasing monthly charges that go to phone
TURN welcomes new CPUC Commissioner’s new perspective
SAN FRANCISCO—Catherine Sandoval has upended AT&T’s hopes of smooth sailing in California over its bid for T-Mobile.
Sandoval, a former official with the
CPUC Strengthens Consumer Protections Against Cramming and Fraud on Telephone Bills
For Immediate Release From The Utility Reform Network
California strengthened “cramming” in order to provide stronger protections for consumers
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