FCC about to reveal rules for rural broadband fund

On Thursday Federal regulators are going to reveal their plan of overhauling the $8 billion fund, subsidizing phone service in rural areas and for the poor, with the goal to redirect the money toward broadband expansion.

The Federal Communications Commission is also pares in disclosing the latest rules for the byzantine system, governing how phone companies pay each other for phone calls. It is a system that, almost everyone in the industry has the same opinion, is outdated and leads to perverse schemes by carriers in stimulating certain kinds of phone traffic.


Broadband Providers in United States Are Doing a Good Job According To FCC

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has given the United States broadband providers something to cheer about. The study was conducted to examine the download speeds and it was found that when compared to early 2009, the download speeds are now closer to the ones made public by ISPs. Sustained speeds were examined since the speeds Read more