|Re: Lingo Voip SUCKS!|
|Tony P. (email@example.com)|
Sat, 4 Dec 2004 23:49:43 -0500
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com |
> Tony P. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
>> I'm 25 days out from my switch to Vonage and my number still hasn't
>> I've been talking to the PUC, Verizon, Vonage etc. What I've gotten
> FWIW, a friend of mine switched from Verizon to a competitive carrier
>> It seems that Verizon only has to do rapid LNP with other FCC regulated
> If Verizon is not under any legal obligation to make the switch in a
You have definitely drunk the koolaid.
Rules should be applied equally be the carrier FCC regulated or not.
> Suppose the VOIP carrier fails to meet technical standards. Will a
Again -- any switch built since what, 1989 has been IP aware. As it is
All I'm asking for is to break free of the behemoth.
They wanted that regulation in return for regular profit. Of course
Had you read the thread you would have known that it was my intention
> [Just to set the record, I am not connected with Verizon other than
You certainly sound like a Verizon apologist.
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