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The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) is not giving up on its fight to keep existing 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) rules from being changed, paying a visit to the chief of the FCC and his staff for good measure.
Washington, DC – Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai today reached out to have conversations with several operators of small, fixed-wireless internet service providers (WISPs) about his “internet freedom” initiative.
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On December 5, 2017, on behalf of the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association ("WISPA"), Jimmy Carr, CEO of All Points Broadband and a member of WISPA's Board of Directors, Ari Storch, and undersigned counsel to WISPA met with Chairman Ajit Pai, his Legal Advisor Rachael Bender, and his Communications Director Brian Hart to discuss issues related to the above-referenced proceeding.
Today, in an opinion piece
in the Wall Street Journal
, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai outlines his proposal for a better approach to “net neutrality,” including a repeal of current rules that have created significant uncertainties and compliance burdens for small businesses that provide broadband.
Tuesday, Nov. 7th from 2PM - 3PM EST
Please join WISPA for a detailed discussion of the FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) in the 3550-3700Mhz band, our strategy going forward, and how our members can help us protect this critical spectrum.
Washington, DC – Federal policies adopted just two years to stimulate investment in rural broadband networks are now at risk, following a vote today at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Redistributed by permission of Warren Communications News at www.warren-news.com
Wireless ISPs, backed up by Google and other advocates of unlicensed spectrum, are mounting an all-out challenge to get the FCC to make changes to its 3.5 GHz NPRM to be voted at the Oct. 24 commissioners’ meeting.
A former leader of the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association has been named to head a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) advisory committee on broadband deployment.
WISPA filed the linked Reply Comments with the FCC regarding the FCC’s proposal to restore “information” service classification to broadband Internet access service.