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Current Telecom Developments

March 31, 2000 Read this issue

In This Issue:

  • FCC RECIPROCAL COMPENSATION ORDER REMANDED BY COURT
  • AT&T ASSUMES CONTROL OF EXCITE @HOME, AS COMCAST, COX SHOW WILLINGNESS TO OPEN NETWORKS TO ISPs
  • AT&T OUTLINES PLANS FOR WIRELESS GROUP IPO
  • ISKY FORGES PACTS WITH ECHOSTAR, TELESAT, AS PANAMSAT PLANS SATELLITE-BASED BROADBAND NETWORK
  • MEXICO ENTERS TELMEX INTERCONNECTION FRAY
  • SIXTY-SIX TELECOM LICENSES AWARDED IN SINGAPORE
  • CITING FAILURES IN TELECOM LIBERALIZATION, EC BEGINS PROCEEDINGS AGAINST SIX NATIONS

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