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FCC Guides: Tech Transitions May Affect Your Service

America's communications networks have been rapidly changing from copper-based networks originally built for voice services to alternative platforms built for a variety of purposes, including broadband, video and data as well as voice. These "tech transitions" involve switching the network infrastructure from copper wire to optical fiber and coaxial cable, combinations of all three, or even wireless technology. They also often involve changing to network equipment that uses Internet Protocol, or "IP," to communicate.

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