Comments for: Companies, PUC at odds over $32 million FairPoint contract for 911 system

Posted Sept. 26, 2012, at 3:28 p.m.

AUGUSTA | Lawyers for two communications companies Wednesday accused the state’s Public Utilities Commission of violating the law and the terms of its own request for bids when the agency chose FairPoint Communications over them to replace the state’s emergency 911 system with an upgraded, Internet-based system for emergency …

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  • Anonymous

    if LePage really wants to overall a state agency he should take an ax to the PUC. it is totally useless

  • kennyh

    Sounds like sour grapes whining to me. They lost twice…let it go..

  • It’s the states loss. Anyone that has any experience in these sort of systems (as I do) can verify that the big telcos offer minimal service at Maximum price.
    Many of these other independent companies specialize in their own systems and offer much better service.
    Good luck to the State of Maine… Your gonna need it

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