VoIP Replace Outdated PSTN

Why VoIP to Replace Outdated PSTN Connections?

Have you heard?  New legislation approved with the FCC has released the traditional telephony carriers from maintaining the copper lines, or the outdated Public Switched Telephony Networks (PSTN) that have been the backbone of American communications since 1877.  Starting next year, if a copper wire breaks, telephony providers no longer have to fix the wire, […]

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e911 FCC

FCC Rules Additional e911 Fees for VoIP is Prohibited

Last week the FCC convened to discuss section 6(f)(1) of the New and Emerging Technologies 911 Improvement Act of 2008 or Net 911 Act.  Intended to promote a transition from PSTN legacy 911 infrastructure to newer, digital, and VoIP networks, the original act prohibited charging fees to VoIP users over the fees that are paid […]

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Is Your Business Ready for the Death of the PSTN?

The death of the PSTN leaves businesses with a choice to make. 86 years after the passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1934, 27 years after the Telecommunications Act of 1993 and 24 years after the 1996 Act; the telecom industry is again on the precipice of significant change in the direction of the communications […]

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