FCC Proposes to Remove Nondiscrimination Requirement on Services With Cuba


The FCC has taken another step to normalize telecommunications services with Cuba by proposing to remove nondiscrimination requirements on the U.S.-Cuba route.  Currently, the Commission’s nondiscrimination rules require all facilities-based U.S. carriers providing the same or similar  services on the U.S.-Cuba route to operate under identical rate terms and conditions. In 2012, the Commission removed nondiscrimination requirements for U.S. carriers operating between the United States and other countries. Cuba is the only country to which the nondiscrimination requirements still apply.

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