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The Regulatory Mix – Wednesday, May 26, 2021

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Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC Demands Two More Companies Halt Illegal Robocall Campaigns, NTIA Announces $288 Million in Funding Available to States to Build Broadband Infrastructure, Pennsylvania Governor Announces $5 Million Available to Expand Broadband, WISPA Questions Wisdom of the Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds 

FCC Demands Two More Companies Halt Illegal Robocall Campaigns

The FCC announced that the Enforcement Bureau sent two more cease and desist letters in the ongoing fight against illegal robocalls. VaultTel Solutions and Prestige DR VoIP received demands to immediately cease carrying illegal robocall campaigns on their networks and report to the Commission steps implemented to prevent these operations from recurring.

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The Regulatory Mix – Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  USDA Announces Additional Broadband Funding In Illinois, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wyoming,  FCC Eliminates Caps On FY 2020 RHC Upfront Payments and Multi-year Commitments, FCC Announces Virtual Tech Supplier Diversity Showcase

 

USDA LogoUSDA Announces Additional Broadband Funding in Illinois, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wyoming

The USDA announced new Reconnect broadband funding in four states. Read More

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The Regulatory Mix – Tuesday, April 14, 2020

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Today’s Regulatory Mix:  FCC Authorizes $2.6 M In CAF Funding For Broadband Service in Northwestern Pennsylvania, Kansas Extends Prohibition on Disconnections for Non-Payment Due to COVID-19 Emergency

 

FCC front view-1-1FCC Authorizes $2.6 M In CAF Funding For Broadband Service in Northwestern Pennsylvania 

The FCC announced it has awarded Armstrong Telecommunications $2,642,413 in funding over ten years to expand broadband in rural northwestern Pennsylvania.  The monies will allow Armstrong to provide broadband at speeds of at least 1 Gbps/500 Mbps to an estimated 1,949 unserved rural homes and businesses Read More

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