FCC's O'Rielly: Time to Define Interconnected VoIP as Info Service

October 28, 2019

FCC commissioner Michael O'Rielly says it is time the FCC finally weighed in on the definition of interconnected VoIP, which is the IP-based phone service employed by many cable operators in their service bundles.

Read more at: https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/fccs-orielly-time-to-define-interconnected-voip-as-info-service

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