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TELECOM AGENT NEWS #41

Eureka, CA, December 17, 2004 (TheDigest.Com) - Call this an editorial, a vision or a dose of hard reality, but here is my take on this week's regulatory trainwreck provided courtesy of the Federal Communications Commission.

VERIZON RESTORES WIRELESS NETWORK

Boca Raton, FL, October 28, 2005 (TheDigest.Com) - Verizon Wireless has restored its digital network to 100 percent capacity across southwest Florida in the wake of Hurricane Wilma, while teams of network technicians continue to restore and maintain reliable wireless service in Dade, Broward and

FCC KILLS UNE-P

Washington, D.C. – The Federal Communications Commission today adopted rules concerning incumbent local exchange carriers’ (incumbent LECs’) obligations to make elements of their network available to other carriers seeking to enter the local telecommunications market.

Primus, Isterra, Telegroup, CWI News

Big changes are going on at Primus. First of all, the company recently announced that it would purchase the U.S. voice customer base of Cable & Wireless USA. That will bring thousands of new customers to the company, and greatly increase their overall revenues.

LOTS OF NEWS AT THE DIGEST

Arcata, CA, May 6, 1999 (DLD Digest) - It has been an extremely eventful past two weeks for myself and for Discount Long Distance Digest.

Prepaid Services on the Rise

Raritan, NJ, April 21, 1999 (DLD Digest) - A new report from The PELORUS Group entitled "Prepaid Telecommunication Services" characterizes prepaid telecom as a hotbed of opportunity.

Siemens Offers IP Telephone

Las Vegas, NV, April 20, 1999 (DLD Digest) - Large and medium-sized companies in the U.S. looking to integrate voice and data communications now have an easier way to "plug" into powerful cost and administrative savings associated with IP telephony.

MCI'S ARBITRATORS ACCUSED

Washington, D.C., Mar 29, 1999 (DLD Digest) - The Federal Communications Commission was asked today to strike down part of MCI Telecommunications Corp.'s federal tariff that requires the use of an arbitrator hand-picked by MCI to resolve billing disputes with MCI customers.

Star Receives $275 Million Funding

STAR Telecommunications, Inc. (NASDAQ: STRX), the seventh largest provider of long distance services in the United States, today announced that it has received a fully underwritten commitment for $275 million in senior secured credit facilities from Goldman Sachs Credit Partners, L.P.

PT-1 Offers Free POS Terminals

Flushing, NY, Feb 5, 1999 (DLD Digest) - PT-1 Communications, Inc., a subsidiary of STAR Telecommunications, Inc.

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