AT&T Looks to Replace DSL with Wireless in Transition Trials

AT&T is looking to discontinue DSL service to some customers in its TDM-to-IP transition trials, according to FCC officials who met this week regarding the trials. AT&T says that its cellular-based Wireless Home Phone would replace DSL for many customers, although the FCC has concerns about whether the offering would be a suitable replacement.

The FCC also announced that the commission plans to select a “third party” to develop a research methodology for the TDM-to-IP transition trials and that AT&T has expressed its willingness to work with the third party.

AT&T has told the FCC that it expects to seek approvals in the second half of 2015 to discontinue certain traditional TDM services, officials said. According to reports, it appears that those requests would pertain specifically to areas where AT&T has proposed to conduct TDM-to-IP transition trials. Between now and mid-2015, AT&T says it expects to resolve a number of open issues pertinent to the TDM-to-IP transition, including establishing appropriate replacement products, the FCC officials said.

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