AT&T this week announced that it now serves 1 million small-business lines with its All in One local and long-distance service bundle. The service provider shared some credit for the total with the US Federal Communications Commission, saying it would not be able to serve so many users without the commission's unbundled network element-platform. The FCC issued its final ruling on UNE-P and local competition in August. UNE-P requires incumbent local exchange carriers to make network elements available to competitors at discounted rates. The ILECs are appealing the FCC's ruling.
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