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== U.S. telecommunications law ==
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Under U.S. telecommunications law, the term '''high-speed''' describes telecommunications services that provide the subscriber with [[transmission]]s at a speed in excess of 200 [[kilobits per second]] ([[kbps]]) in at least one direction.
 
   
 
The term '''high-speed''' describes [[telecommunications]] services that provide a [[subscriber]] with [[transmission]]s at a speed in excess of 200 [[kilobits per second]] ([[kbps]]) in at least one direction.
 
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U.S. telecommunications law

The term high-speed describes telecommunications services that provide a subscriber with transmissions at a speed in excess of 200 kilobits per second (kbps) in at least one direction.