Integra, through its subsidiaries and its Integra Business and Electric Lightwave business units, continues to invest in its network, systems and workforce to best meet the needs of our customers.
In today's communications marketplace, businesses enjoy better quality service, lower prices and innovative technology because communications companies compete for customers. It wasn't always this way.
The passage of the 1996 Telecommunications Act created network access rules that permitted companies such as Integra to compete against the monopoly Regional Bell Operating Companies, and their successors -Qwest, Verizon, and AT&T. Since 1996, businesses have experienced a rise in quality of service, more competitive pricing and technological advances in products and services that makes them more efficient and profitable. We are committed to working to establish and preserve rules and policies that promote fair competition in the industry.