FCC allows Qwest to set broadband fees for rivals

FCC allows Qwest to set broadband fees for rivals
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Category: Internet Access

The Federal Communications Commission decided to free Qwest Communications International Inc. from caps on what it can charge other companies to cross its network with highest-speed broadband services that are largely sold to businesses.

The Denver-based telecom can now use its discretion to set rates on what it will charge other telecoms that need to use Qwest lines to complete Ethernet, video, optical network or similar high-capacity broadband. The FCC’s decision does not remove caps on what Qwest can charge for carrying competitors’ T1 line or T3 line services.

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