FCC consumer inquiries up; Broadband anchors Time Warner Cable

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> Telecom-related consumer inquiries and complaints to the FCC increased 84 percent in the fourth quarter of 2010, the commission says in a new report. Release (PDF)

> Amid declining pay TC subscriptions, Time Warner Cable said that broadband Internet is becoming its anchor service. Article

And finally... BT's wholesale unit chief Sally Davis is leaving the company for personal reasons, having worked at BT since 1999. Article

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