Good for Sprint. Competition and Open Internet access For All.

Unlike certain legacy monopoly Internet service providers, both wired and wireless, Sprint has not opposed FCC open Internet access rules over the past year.   It understands that basic industry frameworks of nondiscrimination and universal interconnection are what make service innovation and competition possible even where government protected monopoly and duopoly once reigned. And so today…

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Sprint to FCC: Strong Support for Open Internet Rules

Washington – Open Internet rules are not a threat to investing in networks. That was the message in a letter Sprint sent to FCC Chairman Wheeler, making it clear that competition in mobile broadband has thrived under a light touch Title II regulatory regime. The Computer & Communications Industry Association welcomed the letter from Sprint,…

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