FCC to Decide Outcome of AT&T, Sprint Network Battle
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Mar 18, 2008, 8:01 AM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T and Sprint are in the middle of a dispute concerning access charges and have taken their confrontation to the FCC. Wireless companies often allow competitors to access their networks so they can exchange customer calls. Sprint is fighting to expand such an agreement it had with AT&T to a 22-state region. Sprint argues that AT&T's 2006 buyout of BellSouth led to several government-applied conditions, and one of them allows Sprint to extend the no-fee access to half the U.S. AT&T, which stands to lose millions in revenue, thinks Sprint is misinterpreting the clause. The outcome of the disagreement will have serious financial consequences on both companies. The FCC is reviewing the case.
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