AT&T and Frontier have let phone networks fall apart, Calif. regulator finds

  • AT&T and Frontier have let phone networks fall apart, Calif. regulator finds

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    February 22, 2021 at 4:34 PM

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    AT&T and Frontier have let their copper phone networks deteriorate through neglect since 2010, resulting in poor service quality and many lengthy outages, a report commissioned by the California state government found. Customers in low-income areas and areas without substantial competition have fared the worst, the report found. AT&T in particular was found to have neglected low-income communities and to have imposed severe price increases adding up to 152.6 percent over a decade.

    The report was written in April 2019 but kept private because data submitted by the carriers was deemed confidential and proprietary. The report finally became public after the California Public

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