Sprint Not Concerned About Title II Classification
Jan 16, 2015, 2:40 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint today said it is not worried about the FCC's potential reclassification of broadband to a public utility or Title II Telecommunications Service. "Sprint does not believe that a light touch application of Title II, including appropriate forbearance, would harm the continued investment in, and deployment of, mobile broadband services," wrote Sprint CTO Stephen Bye. Sprint's position is not shared by its competitors, which have spoken out against such a reclassification. The FCC is expected to reveal its plans regarding the regulation of broadband on Feb. 5. The plan has been a year in the making since the FCC's previous net neutrality rules were struck down in court.
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