It is possible that Ting and the other signatories are also looking at how the decision affects their own interests. Ting most certainly is not operated for the "public good" but rather is part of a publicly-traded company.
As a practical matter, it does look as if the train has left the station on this matter.
The Chairman of the FCC and the Acting Chairman of the FTC outlined the other side of the coin in an article in the Washington Post the other day.
Like most of these issues, there are winners and losers among the suppliers: nobody is actually looking out for the consumer.