Don’t Apply 1968 Telecom Rule to Wireless, Says AT&T
By Drew Clark
SAN JOSE, February 26, 2007 – AT&T Senior Vice President Jim Ciconni said Tuesday that the telecommunications world is fundamentally different from 1968, when the FCC required AT&T to allow competing telephones onto its network.
Speaking at the Technology Policy Summit here, Ciconni addressed the recent push for new wireless ’Net Neutrality rules. “Unlike 1968, we have a pretty vibrant market out there,” he said.