The FCC is proposing to provide up to $76.9 million in Universal Service Fund money to restore services in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  

Frontier revealed it is conducting tests of how it can use fixed wireless to address the broadband availability problem in very rural areas.

CenturyLink’s Level 3 acquisition has gotten the approval of the Department of Justice (DOJ) with conditions to divest certain fiber assets.

Verizon is seeking to shed more of its legacy DSO services across parts of seven states.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s confirmation for a new five-year term got U.S. Senate approval on Thursday.

AT&T says the latest claims that it is ignoring the needs of low-income residents in Detroit are false.

Verizon says revising the copper retirement process and one-touch make-ready pole attachment process would enhance broadband expansion.

Windstream has asked the FCC for permission to shut down business-centric legacy voice service provided via its NuVox subsidiary in Atlanta.