FCC changes could drive broadband prices down

01/24/2003 | USA Today

The FCC may lift regulations requiring the Baby Bells to lease their fiber-optic lines to competitors, keeping in place requirements that the Bells rent their copper lines. The move may force the Bells to up investment in high speed lines, which ultimately could drive broadband prices down.

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