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                           Before the
                Federal Communications Commission
                     Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of                 )
Qwest Communications             )    File No. EB-01-IH-0393
International, Inc.              )
                                )    NAL/Acct. No. 200232080018
                                )    FRN Number 0001-6056-25


Adopted:  July 22, 2002                           Released:  July 
24, 2002

By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau

     1.   In this Order, we adopt a Consent Decree terminating an 
investigation into  possible violations  by Qwest  Communications 
International, Inc.  (``Qwest'')  of  section  51.321(h)  of  the 
Commission's rules, in connection with Qwest's posting of  notice 
of exhausted collocation space on its Internet website. 

     2.   The Enforcement Bureau  and Qwest  have negotiated  the 
terms of  a  Consent  Decree that  would  terminate  the  staff's 
investigation.  A copy of the  Consent Decree is attached  hereto 
and is incorporated by reference.

     3.   We have reviewed the terms of the Consent Decree and we 
conclude that the  public interest would  be served by  approving 
the Consent Decree and terminating the investigation.

     4.   Based on the record  before us, and  in the absence  of 
material new evidence relating to  this matter, we conclude  that 
there are no  substantial and  material questions of  fact as  to 
whether Qwest possesses the  basic qualifications, including  its 
character qualifications, to hold or  obtain any FCC licenses  or 

     5.   Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED,  pursuant to section  4(i), 
4(j) and 503(b) of  the Communications Act,  47 U.S.C.   154(i), 
154(j), 503(b) and the authority delegated by sections 0.111  and 
0.311 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R.  0.111, 0.311,  that 
the attached Consent Decree is ADOPTED.
     6.   IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Commission staff inquiry 
into the matter described here IS TERMINATED.

                         Federal Communications Commission

                         David H. Solomon
                         Chief, Enforcement Bureau