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April 17, 2021

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FCC releases report on Huawei rip-and-replace program costs, with ‘preliminary’ catalog for equipment

By Sara Friedman / March 30, 2021

The Federal Communications Commission has released a new report with an in-depth look at the costs for telecoms to rip and replace eligible Huawei and ZTE equipment, which will aid in the development of a new reimbursement program and its administration.

The agency commissioned consulting firm Widelity to “produce a report detailing the anticipated steps in removing, replacing, and disposing of covered communications equipment or services and an initial proposed version of the Catalog and Replacement List,” the FCC said...

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