Windstream says that by enhancing speeds and competitive pricing it can boost its broadband subscriber counts.
CenturyLink said in its semiannual report to the FCC that 53% of urban-area customers can get 40 Mbps, but that number drops in rural markets.
AT&T said Title II advocates' claims about it blocking and throttling traffic are unconvincing.
In its 2015 International Circuit Capacity report, the FCC said that the total available capacity of U.S. international cables grew to 120,000 Gbps.
Verizon has asked the FCC for permission to grandfather and discontinue four legacy interstate DS0 services in multiple New York wire centers.
CenturyLink can now add Alabama to the list of lawsuits it has to deal with over allegations that it overcharged broadband customers for service.
AT&T has made a request to the FCC to shut down three of its legacy Ethernet services due to weak demand and movement to newer services.
AT&T said claims that the telco is ignoring the needs of lower-income residential broadband customers in Ohio are false.
A new NTCA report revealed that deployment and installation costs remain key impediments for rural FTTH deployments.
Incompas wants the FCC to end anticompetitive broadband practices in multi-dwelling units and multi-tenant environments.