Phone-company plan would cost cable millions, lawyer says

A plan by phone companies to change the complicated access-charge and intercarrier-compensation structure could cost the cable industry more than $250 million in lost cable-modem revenue in the first year, according to Gary Epstein, an attorney for the Intercarrier Compensation Forum. Cablers currently do not contribute a percentage of high-speed data or video revenue to the universal service fund.

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