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The FCC notifies Congress that service providers requested ~$5.6B to replace Huawei and ZTE equipment in US networks, up from the FCC’s $1.8B estimate in 2020 (Mitchell Clark/The Verge)

The FCC notifies Congress that service providers requested ~$5.6B to replace Huawei and ZTE equipment in US networks, up from the FCC’s $1.8B estimate in 2020— In 2020 the estimate was $1.8 billion — now it’s $5.6 billion — The estimated cost of replacing Huawei and ZTE equipment in US networks has increased substantially.

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