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Both deals closed in recent weeks after receiving approval from the FCC's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. Verizon ... The Competitive Carriers Association, an industry group that generally represents carriers smaller than Verizon and AT&T, is also urging the FCC to reconsider those acquisitions.
The system will include Amber Alerts, said Greg Burch, spokesman for the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association. Last April, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission directed the nation's wireless service providers to implement a public alerting capability on their ...

... president of the Competitive Carriers Association, whose members, as the name suggests, have to compete with AT&T and Verizon. "To say that the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau's decisions are not in the public interest is certainly an understatement, as they reward Straight Path and FiberTower ...
McNees Wallace & Nurick attorneys Jon Andrews, Jamie Strong and Steve Matzura are scheduled to present a webinar on environmental rights for the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs as part of its “Leader in Municipal Training” webinar series on March 15. Andrews is co-chair of the real estate ...
The satellite business will be a $260.5 billion market in 2017 with more growth ahead, Tom Stroup, president of the Satellite Industry Association, told the ... Instead, the company plans to use them to offer so-called back-haul service, helping wireless telecommunications providers connect their cell towers to ...
In 2006, the premier of N.B., Bernard Lord, left politics and became the CEO of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA). The new premier, Shawn Graham, subsequently gave Xplornet (a CWTA member, and wholly-owned subsidiary of Barrett Corporation) a $13 million contract to ...

Bell, Rogers, Telus and the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association agreed to a total of more than $24 million in rebates to customers in 2015 and 2016 after an investigation into billing for unwanted premium text services. As part of those agreements, Bell committed to issue up to $11.82 ...
Bell, Rogers, Telus and the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association agreed to a total of more than $24 million in rebates to customers in 2015 and 2016 after an investigation into billing for unwanted premium text services. As part of those agreements, Bell committed to issue up to $11.82 ...
Wireless telecommunication companies seeking to pass state laws in their favor argue the main impediment to broadband deployment is the local ... Georgia Municipal Association and its member cities support fair-market compensation for use of the public right-of-way, but we oppose artificially low fees ...
Law360, Washington (February 21, 2018, 8:22 PM EST) -- The Competitive Carriers Association on Tuesday urged the Federal Communications Commission to ... The telecom trade group petitioned the FCC to undertake a full review of its Wireless Telecommunications Bureau's January approval of the sale of Straight Path ...

Canada's success in the race to 5G depends on municipal regulators and lawmakers working alongside industry, according to a Rogers regulatory executive speaking at the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association's (CWTA) 5G Canada Council conference on Wednesday. David Watt, the ...
A year and a half ago, the council approved the city's new wireless telecommunications policy that, in part, aimed to accommodate the new antenna ... a truce was declared with promises for the industry and the Virginia Municipal League and the Virginia Association of Counties to reach a compromise.
Parents of students at Sierra Waldorf School in Jamestown are hoping the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors will reverse the Planning Commission's approval of an AT&T wireless telecommunications tower that would be located less than a mile away from the school. The tower is approved for a ...
Steven K. Berry, president and CEO of the Competitive Carrier Association, an organization of small and rural carriers that advocate for policy as a block, ... and related processes make it so carriers “can start deploying small cells and advance wireless telecommunications, including fixed wireless, ASAP.
OTTAWA – While Canada may not be as “mobile only” as some other countries, entertainment and video use are “flourishing on mobile platforms” thanks to the investments made by Canadian facilities-based carriers in their networks, notes the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA).
He leaves the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association. Both Bell Alliant and Medavie are companies that receive millions of dollars in provincial untendered contracts. Robert Ghiz has followed Lord's progression though CWTA and Medavie's boards. Our premier has been a board member of ...
Bell, Rogers, Telus and the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association agreed to a total of more than $24 million in rebates to customers in 2015 and 2016 after an investigation into billing for unwanted premium text services. As part of those agreements, Bell committed to issue up to $11.82 ...
Bell, Rogers, Telus and the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association agreed to a total of more than $24 million in rebates to customers in 2015 and 2016 after an investigation into billing for unwanted premium text services. As part of those agreements, Bell committed to issue up to $11.82 ...
In 2006, the premier of N.B., Bernard Lord, left politics and became the CEO of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA). The new premier, Shawn Graham, subsequently gave Xplornet (a CWTA member, and wholly-owned subsidiary of Barrett Corporation) a $13 million contract to ...


 

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