|Re: USTA Sends Strange Letter to Wal-Mart|
|John Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
27 Dec 2004 20:55:46 -0000
>> Completely agreed. If VoIP is so great, it should be able to support|
>> the same obligations as real telephony such as 911 and USF.
> Should email have similar "obligations"?
Of course not. It doesn't purport to be telphony, and it doesn't
> So long as I know what I'm getting, I am perfectly happy paying
> And, VoIP or no, the USF should be elimated. Now. Immediately.
I think you might enjoy Free World Dialup. It's got no USF and no
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[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Not only is Free World Dialup *totally*
Now for outgoing calls, there is more of a problem. Right now, during
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