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ITTA and USTelecom say the regulatory regime that governs business data services (BDS) should be revised for rural telcos that lack the scale and financial power of their larger telco counterparts. - AT&T-supported legislation in Illinois that would eliminate a requirement to offer landline voice, or "plain old telephone service," has been met with opposition from the Citizens Utility Board and the AARP, igniting new debate on legacy services. - CenturyLink workers in Florida represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union rejected what the group said was an “unacceptable package” proposed by the telco. CWA's strike authorization vote was also approved. - TDS Telecom has named Vicki Villacrez as senior vice president of finance, adding to her list of duties at the company, where she currently serves as chief financial officer. - Uniti may be in the process of completing its Hunt Telecom and Southern Light acquisitions, but the service provider said it is already seeing a number of sales and capital synergies as it begins integrating these companies into its fold. - Municipal broadband has great allure in that a city or town can take control of their own broadband destiny, but a new Pennsylvania Law study reveals that these networks rarely produce a favorable return on investment. - Consolidated Communications has pledged $52.2 million to conduct network upgrades in Maine if its acquisition of FairPoint gets state regulatory approval. - Frontier has begun its G.fast journey in Connecticut, aiming the technology to increase in-building broadband speeds for customers that live in apartments and multidwelling units (MDUs) throughout the state. - Verizon’s pledge to purchase a large amount of fiber from Corning and Prysmian to support its large-scale 4G and future 5G network builds could be a windfall opportunity for network construction companies like Dycom. - As CenturyLink penetrates more large domestic and global businesses, the service provider found in a joint survey conducted with 451 Research that only half of global enterprises have a formal strategy for digital transformation. - Google Fiber is officially inviting customers in Huntsville, Alabama, to sign up for its 1 Gbps FTTH service, leveraging the city’s own middle mile network infrastructure. - FirstLight has rebranded Sovernet Communications under the FirstLight brand, marking the next stage in integrating the company as part of its larger network expansion effort in the Northeast United States. - Frontier said that it should be winning over more medium-sized business customers in its legacy and California, Texas and Florida markets. - Now that Windstream has brought EarthLink under its network belt, the service provider is ready to present its business customers with a unified SD-WAN product set across all of its markets. - As Verizon looks to migrate its fiber-to-the-x network to NG-PON2, it said the advent of channel bonding will enable it to multiply the amount of bandwidth it delivers to businesses and residential customers without forklift technology upgrades. - Verizon says that its “One Fiber” approach is going to simultaneously satisfy multiple consumer and business needs while offering an opportunity to get a more favorable return on total investment. - CenturyLink and Level 3 are confident that when they complete their multibillion-dollar merger later this year, the combined fiber network will enable the new company to more effectively compete against cable in the small to medium-sized business (SMB) market segment. - Windstream has introduced its SDNow (Software Defined Network Orchestrated Waves) for wholesale content and service provider customers, marking the next stage in the company’s SDN migration evolution. - AT&T is beefing up its FlexWare platform with additional network connectivity and security applications with its key supplier Ericsson being named as its first large-scale customer. - AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink’s recent data center moves reflect their ongoing shift in offering business services—one that will allow them to focus on becoming managed IT service providers. - AT&T wireline workers in California, Connecticut and Nevada represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) have joined their fellow wireless workforce in a three-day strike. - Verizon has petitioned the FCC to do away with the annual traffic and revenues report and the annual international circuit capacity report, a process the telco claims is very labor intensive. - Zayo says that the density of its fiber networks puts it into a good position to take advantage of small cell backhaul opportunities as they arise. - Frontier has named former Verizon executive Victoria Boston as its new VP of sales and retention, marking yet another high-profile hire from the telco in the past two weeks. - AT&T, CenturyLink and other large telcos said the FCC's proposal to take Title II out of the current net neutrality rules will unshackle their ability to make new network investments. -

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