There has been a lot of noise from CLECS regarding the transition away from legacy old telephone networks and evolving to high speed broadband networks. The complaint lies in the belief that the new paradigm will somehow negatively impact “special access services” generally sold to retail business by wholesalers. The CLEC cry for further regulation had be heard even from the weakest cell tower.
At Network Telephone Services, we wholly embrace a free, unregulated market based solution.
Besides, why should special access service users be saddled with the legacy technology when newer, faster, lighter solutions are available such as IP-based broadband networks? Shouldn’t the remaining special access services users benefit from the advancements in the marketplace?
As this debate unfolds, it’s nice to see a glimmer of a free market and deregulation shining as the preferred solution.