AT&T accused the FCC of making rules via "Enforcement Bureau fiat" as it fights a fine over E-Rate pricing requirements.
Shentel is finding that its dark fiber message is resonating deals with school districts and wireless operators in its largely rural footprint.
Zayo is educating itself on how to market dark fiber to school districts.
Incompas is firing back at CenturyLink’s claims that its joint business data services (BDS) pricing framework proposal is flawed.
Zayo reported that net installs rose to $2.4 million due to growing gross, but net bookings declined to $6.4 million.
FairPoint expects that CAF-II program network investments will help it return to stable broadband growth.
Frontier plans to launch its Vantage TV service in Rochester, New York, by the end of the year, challenging Charter Communications.
Windstream filed a cable TV franchise agreement to bring its Kinetic IPTV television service to over 50,000 homes.
In a fiscal fourth quarter that saw some significant wins for Zayo Group, net installs may be the shining star in its earnings report on Thursday.
AT&T, Comcast and Google Fiber came to an impasse over pole-attachment rules in Nashville as Alphabet CEO Larry Page ordered staff cuts at Fiber.