Thread Subject: Re: Background on what is covered by Sec. 255 Rules
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From: BLACKLER, ELLEN (ATTSI)
Date: Thu, Dec 13 2007 11:05 AM
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I know. But because they are separate that is how it is being
interpreted. The FCC specifically addressed it in an order saying they
did not consider it interconnected VOIP "at this time". I can hunt down
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Subject: Re: [teitac-tf] Background on what is covered by Sec. 255 Rules
> 2. For 255 there are 4 broad categories of services covered
> - 1)telecommunications services, 2) voice mail 3) interactive menus 4)
> interconnected VOIP. (For SKYPE, because the definition refers to
> originate AND terminate calls, neither SKYPE, SKYPE In or
> SKYPE OUT meet the definition. )
I don't understand this. My Skype account could have both SkypeIn and
SkypeOut. I could receive a call from any PSTN phone line, and place a
to any PSTN phone line.
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