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Detangling Fact from Fiction for White Label VoIP Programs for 2020

Posted by Sharon Thomas

voip-supportWhite Label VoIP Programs:  Regulatory Fiction and Fact

"White Label" interconnected VoIP partner programs are everywhere.  As advertised, they offer a relatively easy, low-cost way for companies to profit from the growing market for VoIP services.  Companies with an IP business customer base are enticed to grow their business by adding voice to their existing product mix. 

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Topics: FCC Form 499, Interconnected VoIP, FCC Form 499 A & Q, White Label VoIP programs, Wholesale VoIP, Retail VoIP, Missed Filing Penalties

The Regulatory Mix - Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Posted by Amy Gross

Today's Regulatory Mix:  CTIA Announces Abandonment of National Emergency Address Database, US Congress First Responder Act, USDA Reconnect Program Workshop, FCC Updates From 499

 

CTIACTIA Announces Abandonment of National Emergency Address Database 

CTIA, through its subsidiary NEAD LLC, announced that the National Emergency Address Database (NEAD) Platform has ceased operation and is no longer available to support wireless providers’ provision of dispatchable location information. 

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Topics: FCC Form 499, CTIA, U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee, NEAD, First Responder Act, 9-1-1 infrastructure, USDA Reconnect Program, National Emergency Address Database

White Label VoIP Programs | Regulatory Fiction and Fact

Posted by Sharon Thomas

"White Label" interconnected VoIP partner programs have exploded in recent years.  For those of us who have been around for a while, it brings back memories of the long-distance reseller partner programs that proliferated in the ‘90s.

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Topics: VoIP regulation, FCC Form 499, VoIP White Label partnering programs, Interconnected VoIP, wholesale provider regulatory obligation, White Label VoIP programs

The Regulatory Mix - Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Posted by Amy Gross

The Regulatory Mix, TMI’s daily blog of regulatory activities, is a snapshot of PUC, FCC, legislative, and occasionally court issues that our regulatory monitoring team uncovers each day. Depending on their significance, some items may be the subject of a TMI Briefing.

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Topics: FTC, Connecticut, USAC, FCC Form 499, Privacy Shield Framework, high-speed internet

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Detangling Fact from Fiction for White Label VoIP Programs for 2020

Posted by Sharon Thomas

voip-supportWhite Label VoIP Programs:  Regulatory Fiction and Fact

"White Label" interconnected VoIP partner programs are everywhere.  As advertised, they offer a relatively easy, low-cost way for companies to profit from the growing market for VoIP services.  Companies with an IP business customer base are enticed to grow their business by adding voice to their existing product mix. 

Read More
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Topics: FCC Form 499, Interconnected VoIP, FCC Form 499 A & Q, White Label VoIP programs, Wholesale VoIP, Retail VoIP, Missed Filing Penalties

The Regulatory Mix - Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Posted by Amy Gross

Today's Regulatory Mix:  CTIA Announces Abandonment of National Emergency Address Database, US Congress First Responder Act, USDA Reconnect Program Workshop, FCC Updates From 499

 

CTIACTIA Announces Abandonment of National Emergency Address Database 

CTIA, through its subsidiary NEAD LLC, announced that the National Emergency Address Database (NEAD) Platform has ceased operation and is no longer available to support wireless providers’ provision of dispatchable location information. 

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Topics: FCC Form 499, CTIA, U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee, NEAD, First Responder Act, 9-1-1 infrastructure, USDA Reconnect Program, National Emergency Address Database

White Label VoIP Programs | Regulatory Fiction and Fact

Posted by Sharon Thomas

"White Label" interconnected VoIP partner programs have exploded in recent years.  For those of us who have been around for a while, it brings back memories of the long-distance reseller partner programs that proliferated in the ‘90s.

Read More
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Topics: VoIP regulation, FCC Form 499, VoIP White Label partnering programs, Interconnected VoIP, wholesale provider regulatory obligation, White Label VoIP programs

The Regulatory Mix - Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Posted by Amy Gross

The Regulatory Mix, TMI’s daily blog of regulatory activities, is a snapshot of PUC, FCC, legislative, and occasionally court issues that our regulatory monitoring team uncovers each day. Depending on their significance, some items may be the subject of a TMI Briefing.

Read More
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Topics: FTC, Connecticut, USAC, FCC Form 499, Privacy Shield Framework, high-speed internet

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