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Vonage Maybe a few people here are calling for regulation to address service issues,



Maybe a few people here are calling for regulation to address service issues, but I am not one of them. I do understand the growing pains of a maturing and imperfect technology.

My personal case for FCC regulation, and obviously I've explained it in detail (more than once I think), is that a single national regulatory authority can really assist the Voip industry in achieving success.

I don't really know anything about telecommunications except that I am a customer. But the 911 issue made me begin to do some research. I was surprised to learn that the Voip providers all actually want FCC regulation to some degree. For one reason, the telephone companies have been regulated at the state (and in some cases, local) level for decades, and every seperate jurisdiction has its own rules. I guess we all know about the Michigan case and the New York case...these companies don't want to be dealing with 50 or more sets of rules. That gets incredibly expensive. So a single federal authority would simplify business for these companies.

Also these companies often have different flavors of the same technology, but that doesn't mean they all play nice together. Someone has to establish a standard for all of these devices to talk to each other, or else the consumer gets lost in the crossfire and nobody wins.

And two or three years from now, there will be millions of Voip customers either from Vonage or SBC or Comcast...neither the government nor the public will be content with millions of customers not having access to 911. We've already had the story of the Houston family, and fair or not, there will be plenty more stories like that in the months to come.

I work for one of the "Big 4" accounting/consulting firms. There are more regulations for us to comply with than I could even begin to imagine. All communications have to be logged, and employees have to be certified and keep up their certification. All that stuff is to protect people from getting screwed by big business (as if THAT would ever happen). Then on the other end of the spectrum is the Chinese restaurant down the street. They are regulated too. It's what keeps them from storing chicken at room temperature.

I won't go on any more. As this industry grows, it's simply got to be regulated. For the good of consumers and investors, for the Voip companies themselves and even to ensure that America leads the world in establishing this technology.

Well that was a waste of half an hour.



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Today''s outage - a case for regulation


Folks, if Vonage were actually a LEC, this outage would result in HUGE FCC penalties. As-is,
I think you are going to get flamed big time. :wink: No, seriously, the only
regulating them prob isnt the answer now, BUT making sure everyone who does have
They're accountable to their clients. If you aren't happy with their service,
They're accountable to their clients. If you aren't happy with their service,
Folks, if Vonage were actually a LEC, this outage would result in HUGE FCC penalties. As-is,
They're accountable to their clients. If you aren't happy with their service,
Short of having a contract which specifically spells out availability you are
If you pay me to provide a service to you, and I don't come through, are you just going
Of course, comments like this don't help: emphasis mine On another

ToddlerTN posted "Maybe a few people here are calling for regulation to address service issues," on 03/07/2005

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