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There's no special plans, no secrets, conspiracy theories, or other info. The plan (to the best of my knowledge) is as fast as possible to as many customers as possible. The problem is that you're dealing with literally thousands of third, fourth, and fifth parties, all who are scrambling to meet a federal mandate. There's no way to "schedule" how fast or how slow a particular market may take to bring on-line. I think it's safe to say that the majority of the work to bring E911 to Vonage is done outside of Vonage's control. There's nothing they can do about incumbant phone co's, competitive local carriers, and 911 dispatch centers' policies, limitations, etc. For example, in a particular county in Florida, there are only 2 incoming phone lines for ALL cellular 911 calls. Now you want to add Voip 911 to that system? Of course the county's going to balk at the idea, the local phone co doesn't want you in their territory anyway and will make things as difficult as possible, etc. In addition, each dispatch center uses different software, different codes, etc. Easy when you're the local phone co, but when you're nationwide and have to deal with every single possible configuration in existence, it's a bit daunting, especially in such a short timeframe.



Yep, and you're probably in control of the plan, of the steps, and yes, there are standards. As mentioned above, Vonage practically has no control in the matter. When it comes to public safety, there are NO common standards. People have their own ideas of how things should be done and do them how they wish. It was just last month that the state of Florida finally installed a Voip bridge to allow different agencies to be able to communicate with each other. Prior to Aug 1, our police in one county couldn't talk to the police in another (adjacent) county b/c of differing equipment. The situation was even worse when dealing with police & fire or police & ambulance services. Police radios have been in existence for... 50+ years? and we're just now getting around to making them work together, and we're only talking a couple hundred agencies. Try this with tens of thousands of public dispatch points in 6 months.



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I think that is so stupid. Voip companies should be fine not the users. It is not
Randy, I think you might be mis-understanding the issue here. Vonage has
Why is there no map or information as to where Vonage has already implemented E911.
I think that is so stupid. Voip companies should be fine not the users. It is not
They may not, but their share-holders do.
I had no trouble finding out if I had E911 or not! I called them. =;
With Deadline Looming, Internet Phone Companies Seek Extension Thousands
Why must we call? 933 or whatever the number is they sent should say, I am willing
But they are both very much mobile. I move my Vonage adaptors around all the time,

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