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 FCC Blocks States From Regulating Net Phone Services

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FCC Blocks States From Regulating Net Phone Services

November 10, 2004

By Peter J. Howe

Federal regulators decided yesterday to prevent states from heavily regulating companies that provide Internet-based phone service.

Those likely to benefit include Vonage Holdings Corp.; AT&T Corp. and its CallVantage service; Verizon and its VoiceWing service; and other telephone and cable television companies.

The unanimous Federal Communications Commission ruling failed to address some lingering disputes, including whether Internet phone subscribers should pay the same federal "universal service" charges as conventional landline subscribers pay to subsidize phone service in rural and low-income areas. The ruling also leaves up to each provider whether and how it will provide 911 emergency calling coverage.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:58:05 EST
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 Internet Phone Service Wins FCC Ruling

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Internet Phone Service Wins FCC Ruling

November 10, 2004

By Rocky Scott

A Federal Communications Commission decision Tuesday barring states from regulating Internet telephone service drew quick praise from a company offering the service, Sprint officials and the Florida Public Service Commission.

"We're certainly pleased with the result," said Chris Murray, director of government affairs for Vonage Holdings Corp., a New Jersey company that offers voice-over-Internet-protocol (VoIP) phone service.

Vonage sought the ruling after Minnesota state officials said they wanted to make Vonage subject to state regulations.

Vonage officials argued that, because the company was interstate in nature instead of intrastate, it should not be subject to state oversight. The FCC agreed with Vonage.

The ruling means Vonage and other companies that offer VoIP will have more flexibility, less state regulatory interference and can respond quickly to customers needs and demands, said Murray.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:55:39 EST
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 FCC Ruling Limits States' Jurisdiction

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Internet Phone Service Boosted; FCC Ruling Limits States' Jurisdiction

November 10, 2004

By Marilyn Geewax

Washington --- Federal regulators ruled Tuesday that states have limited jurisdiction over Internet-based phone service, a decision that could spark a rush to offer consumers and businesses the high-tech, low-cost option.

The Federal Communications Commission's 5-0 decision will help keep the emerging technology, known as Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, relatively free of government oversight.

"It completely changes the ballgame," said Glenn Reynolds, vice president for federal regulatory affairs for BellSouth, one of the regional Bell companies that trace their roots back more than a century.

Such companies have long been heavily regulated by state utility commissions. Having a type of phone service that is much less regulated could create a gold-rush mentality, bringing the regional phone giants and huge cable TV companies into the business in a big way alongside small start-up companies.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:46:00 EST
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 Internet Phone Victory

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Internet Phone Victory; FCC Says Firms Not Subject To State Regulations, Taxes

November 10, 2004

By Todd Wallack

Federal regulators sent a powerful message Tuesday to California and other states to leave the fledgling Internet telephone industry alone for now.

The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to support a request by Vonage Holdings Corp., one of the largest Internet telephone providers, to classify the technology as an interstate service, exempt from most local regulations.

The move bars California and other states from treating Vonage, Santa Clara's 8X8 Inc. and other Internet telephone providers like traditional local phone companies, such as SBC Communications and Verizon Communications, which are subject to an array of local regulations and taxes.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:43:19 EST
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 Copps, Adelstein Concur

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Copps, Adelstein Concur

November 10, 2004

By Staff

Comrs. Copps and Adelstein concurred in the decision. Copps objected to dealing with the Vonage petition separately from the bigger IP proceeding. The Commission has been making too many "piecemeal" decisions rather than setting a broad framework, he said. Adelstein said he was concerned about "unintended results" of the order, including jeopardizing the universal service program. Comr. Martin said he shared concerns about the effect the order could have on pending issues such as intercarrier compensation but he didn't think that should stop the FCC from acting on the Vonage order.

Chmn. Powell responded to Copps' concerns about the limited nature of the order, saying it would be a "formula for paralysis" to defer action until all issues could be dealt with at once. Sometimes it's in consumers' interest to act on individual issues like this, he said. "Today's decision lays a jurisdictional foundation for what consumers already know -- that the Internet is global in scope," Powell said. "To subject a global network to disparate local regulatory treatment by 51 different jurisdictions would be to destroy the very qualities that embody the technological marvel that is the Internet." Powell said the action doesn't mean there's no governmental interest in VoIP: "There will remain very important questions about emergency services, consumer protections from waste, fraud and abuse and recovering the fair costs of the network. It is not true that states are or should be complete bystanders with regard to these issues." He said the order preempts a Minn. PUC decision applying its "traditional telephone company" regulations to Vonage's service, but "I emphasize that the Commission expresses no opinion here on the applicability to Vonage of the state's general laws governing entities conducting business... such as laws concerning taxation, fraud, general commercial dealings, marketing and advertising."

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 FCC Asserts Role As Internet Phone Regulator

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FCC Asserts Role As Internet Phone Regulator

November 10, 2004

By Yuki Noguchi

The Federal Communications Commission said yesterday that the federal government, not states, has the authority to regulate phone service provided over the Internet.

The unanimous ruling in a case involving Vonage Holdings Corp. was a victory for companies offering local and long-distance phone service over high-speed Internet connections. It was a defeat for state utilities regulators who sought to subject the new Internet services to many of the fees and regulations they have long applied to traditional phone providers.

Companies providing Internet phone service said they had been reluctant to expand into more states until it was clear whether they would face state-by-state regulation and whether their consumers would have to pay state fees.

But the FCC's unanimous decision did not resolve the broader question of whether Internet phone services will be treated as information services or as traditional phone providers. As traditional providers, they could be required to contribute to federal universal service programs that subsidize phone service in poor and rural areas, and they could have to pay whenever they connected with the networks owned by traditional phone providers to complete calls.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:38:16 EST
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 Vonage VoIP Service Not Subject To State Regulations

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FCC Rules Vonage VoIP Service Not Subject To State Regulations

November 10, 2004

By Staff

In a ruling with widespread implications for the telecommunications industry, the Federal Communications Commission declared Nov. 9 that the type of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service offered by Vonage Corp. is "inherently interstate" in nature and therefore not subject to state utility regulation.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:35:55 EST
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 VoIP Not Subject To State Rules

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VoIP Not Subject To State Rules, Says FCC

November 10, 2004

By Alan Burkitt-Gray

The FCC yesterday backed a petition from VoIP provider Vonage ruling that its business was ‘interstate’ in nature and therefore free from individual state regulation. The decision is also likely to benefit AT&T and its CallVantage service, Verizon’s VoiceWing operations, and other telephone and cable television companies who now won’t have to answer to 50 different state utility regulators.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:30:04 EST
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 FCC Exempts VoIP Phone Service From State Regulation

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FCC Exempts VoIP Phone Service From State Regulation

November 9, 2004

By Paul Davidson

The Federal Communications Commission ruled Tuesday that providers of Internet-based phone call services fall under jurisdiction of the federal government and cannot be regulated by states, a step that could help boost the emerging services.

Commissioners voted 5-0 in favor of Vonage Holdings of Edison, N.J., which had asked the agency to declare the company's product an interstate service, giving the FCC regulatory control.

Vonage has been battling public utilities officials in Minnesota who want the company to register in the state as a telecommunications service, subjecting it to rate regulation and other state rules.

The ruling applies to cable, phone and other companies offering an Internet phone service similar to the one Vonage provides. The decision does not, however, preclude states from imposing some taxes and fees. It also does not address access charges, which are fees paid to local phone companies for completing calls sent via the Internet to conventional phones.

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:26:41 EST
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 FCC: Vonage Internet Telephony Is Interstate

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Update: FCC: Vonage Internet Telephony Is Interstate

November 9, 2004

By Brian Blackstone

WASHINGTON -- The Federal Communications Commission Tuesday granted a petition by Vonage Holdings Corp. asking that its voice over Internet protocol, or VOIP, service be treated as interstate, putting it under federal jurisdiction.

The ruling shields Internet telephony services like Vonage's from state regulatory oversight, including similar Internet-enabled services provided by cable companies.

"This landmark order recognizes that a revolution has occurred," said FCC Chairman Michael Powell. "What today's decision does is put the Commission in a firm position of responsibility."

Vonage petitioned the FCC in September 2003 for federal preemption from state regulations that had been imposed by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.

In a statement, Vonage Chief Executive Jeffrey Citron said "because the FCC has acknowledged the reality of the Internet - which knows no state boundaries and no borders - more people will enjoy the benefits of Internet phone service."

 Posted by vonage on Thursday, November 11 @ 03:21:53 EST
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