FCC To Outcast Huawei and ZTE From $8.5 Billion Fund Service

FCC To Outcast Huawei and ZTE From $8.5 Billion Fund Service

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has announced that the agency will move forward to vote an order, which will ban carriers from using federal subsidies to buy services or equipment from Huawei and ZTE. Huawei and ZTE are the two most prominent Chinese telecommunication providers in the region. This is supposed to mark both companies as national security threats. This will also ban them from participating in an $8.5 billion Universal Service Fund. The decision is said to be an outcome of ongoing US-China trade war. The politicians of Capitol Hill…

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