The following may be attributed to an AT&T spokesperson: 

“Chairman Genachowski brought a renewed focus to the FCC on both wireline and wireless broadband from virtually his first day in office.  He oversaw the drafting and publishing of our nation’s first National Broadband Plan and he identified the spectrum crisis that led to provisions in the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 that will not only make much needed broadband spectrum available for auction but also will hopefully result in the construction of a nationwide, interoperable network for public safety.  If that weren’t enough, Chairman Genachowski also issued a unanimous order adopting the first comprehensive reform of universal service and intercarrier compensation. Any chairman should be proud of these accomplishments, which are going to leave a lasting imprint on communications policy in the United States.”

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