Telecom Under Trump: Dec 2016
Donald Trump’s unexpected victory in the 2016 presidential election has everyone wondering how the next four years will play out … and nowhere more so than in the telecom industry! In 2017, Republicans take over what had been a Democratic controlled FCC and that means many – maybe all – recent FCC regulatory decisions will be eliminated or greatly minimized. Some veteran industry watchers also think the (woefully outdated) 1996 Telecommunications Act will see a major rewrite.
Discover what the regulatory upheaval means to ILECs, CLECs, cable companies and enterprises alike at Telecom Under Trump, a FREE 60 minute CCMI webinar with FCC insider Andy Regitsky.
Join Andy along with your peers and discover:
- If the FCC’s current net neutrality rules will be scrapped … and what new rules, if any, replace them.
- How Internet traffic prices are affected under new net neutrality regime.
- Why zero-rated services may face a bright future under a Republican FCC.
- What special access and Ethernet prices will look like in the aftermath of the Business Data Services (BDS) proceeding debacle.
- When you’ll see the FCC overturn the controversial privacy rules for ISPs.
- If inter-carrier compensation reform is extended to originating access.
- Plus Andy breaks down the piece parts of the 1996 Telecom Act that are on Congress’ radar.
- And, as always, Andy has set aside time to tackle your toughest questions.
Make sure you understand – and are ready for - what will be a game changing 2017.