AT&T takes your questions on broadband Internet policy
Hank Hultquist, AT&T's federal regulatory vice president, will take your questions on broadband and the Universal Service Fund.
Ma Bell, the company that brought you the phone, dial-up Internet, wireless services and broadband Internet, wants changes to the $8 billion federal fund that brings phone lines to rural areas. AT&T, along with other major telecom and cable companies, wants to see that fund incorporate broadband connections in its subsidies. It is also one of the biggest recipients of the fund today. AT&T has 16 million broadband customers and 90.1 million wireless subscribers.
So send in questions for Mr. Hultquist by Friday morning to the comments section of this blog or to my e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll include as many of your questions as possible and post the Q&A early next week.
July 29, 2010; 8:00 AM ET
Categories: AT&T , Broadband
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