Trip Wires: How AT&T's Proposal to Dismantle Telecommunications Networks Harms Underserved Communities

AT&T wants the Federal Communications Commission to dissolve federal and state rules requiring universal, reliable, affordable and open networks. This will jeopardize existing communications infrastructure that carries our conversations, family connections, ideas and commerce. AT&T promises this sweeping deregulation will bring substantial consumer benefits, but there is overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Of particular concern is the immediate impact on seniors and low-income consumers, who will see substantially higher landline and wireless bills if the FCC adopts AT&T’s proposal.

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