Why The Case Of “The Irregulators V. The FCC” Is So Important To Consumers

In a major analysis published almost three years ago, CFA showed that consumers are being overcharged over $70 billion a year for their broadband, wireless and television services. Today the Irregulators filled their reply brief in the legal challenges to the FCC’s decision to continue its fraudulent accounting rules that allocate two-thirds of the costs of the communications network to the intrastate local service jurisdiction, even though today two-thirds of communications revenue is collected in the interstate jurisdiction.

The FCC’S Fraudulent Accounting Rules Explained