Can the Enhanced Service Provider exemption stay in place?
On the Google Policy Blog
Rick Whitt responds to the FCC
letter from ATT regarding Google
Voice. It is very pertinent to the discussion we are having on the Calliflower call
tomorrow about Net Neutrality.
We could say the carriers are suffering from a little enhanced services envy, given the fact that Verizon
wanted to be compared to Google
at the last wall street conference they attended. In this case ATT wants to point out that GoogleVoice admits that because of tariff anomalies, it is not servicing the rural markets, but does not consider this their battle.
So Let's see if we come to a common ground tomorrow, about what exactly the FCC
is trying to accomplish.
Tags: ATT, Enhanced Services, FCC, Google, GoogleVoice, Rick Whitt, Verizon
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