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Resellers Left in PIC-C Dust

Posted: 04/1998 By Khali Henderson Tom Coughlin is sure he’s got a story worthy of "60 Minutes." It’s not about his Cleveland-based long distance resale company, VISTA Communications, although the entrepreneurial CEO probably wishes it was. It’s not even about the phenomenal growth of the long distance resale industry in general, although the Telecommunications Resellers […]

What Went Awry?

Posted: 01/1998 By Charles C. Hunter Somewhere access charge reform went terribly awry, particularly in the manner it impacts small- to mid-sized interexchange carriers (IXCs). Expectations were great when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) initiated a rulemaking proceeding to address what the agency characterized as the third leg of its competitive trilogy–the other two legs […]

Payphone Route

Posted: 09/1997 Payphone Route Court Rules Against Payphone Order: Says FCC Erred in Setting Rate By Mark Haney In the July issue, we discussed the implications of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) Payphone Order. In the order, the FCC ruled that payphone service providers (PSPs) are entitled to fair and reasonable compensation for the use […]

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