Verizon concerning their . Cable companies filed a formal complaint with the FCC claiming that Verizon was illegally trying to “court” customers back after they decided to switch phone service to a competing cable company. In a strange turn of events, the , but FCC commissioners voted in . Verizon then to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, which voted 2 to 1 to reject Verizon’s stay request, which in effect keeps the FCC decision in place and prevents Verizon from using these win back tactics. It’s a rare loss for a large incumbent, and a big win for its cable competitors.

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