FCC Finalizes Plan to Replace Chinese Telecom Gear

The FCC has unanimously finalized a $1.9 billion plan to help pay for small, rural telecommunications carriers to replace technology from Huawei and ZTE, which were designated as threats to national security a year ago. At that time, telecoms were prohibited from using the FCC’s Universal Service Fund to purchase such equipment, and were ordered […]
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