The rural carrier market was one of Huawei’s few successes in the US but a new law means telcos will have to rip out Huawei gear or lose government subsidies. Illustration: Perry TseThe rural carrier market was one of Huawei’s few successes in the US but a new law means telcos will have to rip out Huawei gear or lose government subsidies. Illustration: Perry Tse
The rural carrier market was one of Huawei’s few successes in the US but a new law means telcos will have to rip out Huawei gear or lose government subsidies. Illustration: Perry Tse

US telcos resigned to Huawei rip-and-replace law but want clarity on Washington’s reimbursement programme

  • In the seventh instalment of an eight-part series on Huawei, Coco Feng, Sarah Dai and Jodi Xu Klein detail the ‘de-Huawei-isation’ campaign undertaken by Washington
  • An April 22, deadline was extended by a month for US telcos to submit data to the FCC to comply with a law banning them from using subsidies to buy network gear from Huawei
Topic |   Huawei
The rural carrier market was one of Huawei’s few successes in the US but a new law means telcos will have to rip out Huawei gear or lose government subsidies. Illustration: Perry TseThe rural carrier market was one of Huawei’s few successes in the US but a new law means telcos will have to rip out Huawei gear or lose government subsidies. Illustration: Perry Tse
The rural carrier market was one of Huawei’s few successes in the US but a new law means telcos will have to rip out Huawei gear or lose government subsidies. Illustration: Perry Tse
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