An Introduction to U.S. Telecommunications Law
An introduction to federal and state regulation of telecommunications, this book explains how telecommunications companies in the US are required to price their services, interconnect with customers and other service providers, and respond to competition.
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Introduction to Part I
How Much May a LEC Charge for New or Competitive Services?
When and on What Terms Must a LEC Interconnect
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