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The courtesy of a work around!

Re: Google Call Blocking, Traffic PumpingGoogle says: Whoops sorry FCC, we fixed that problem we didn’t create. Our intelligent engineers found a work around back at the lab! We are blocking less than 100 phone numbers now (hmmm how many were you blocking before 101, 102?)Who came up with that spin?And oh
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Google Limits Call Blocking?

Look at some of last week’s headlines: ‘Google Says it Will Limit Call Blocking’,’Google Defends, Scales Back Call Blocking’ and’Google Tells FCC it’s still Blocking Calls, but fewer of them’The story was everywhere. In every major news outlet. And there was news there alright but it wasn’t that Google was going to
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Dave Erickson’s Statement Regarding…

Dave Erickson’s Statement Regarding the Granting of a Temporary Restraining Order which Prevents the Iowa Utilities Board from Seizing Phone Numbers from a Local Carrier.The Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) granted by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa illustrates there is good reason to question the Iowa Utilities
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Interview with Telecommunications Reports

UNLIMITED CALLING PLANS CAUSE LARGE TELCOS TO DISCOURAGE CALLS, CONFERENCE PROVIDER SAYSThe nation’s largest telcos are trying to dictate to their customers who they can call when they protest calls to free conferencing and other voice services that largely contract with rural incumbent local exchange carriers to provide their offerings, the president
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FIRMS PITCHING FCC IN FAVOR OF CURRENT ACCESS CHARGE REGIME

A conference call provider and a Native American-owned telco are meeting with FCC officials this week in an effort to convince the agency that it does not have to alter the current access charge regime to encourage broadband service expansion to unserved areas.Officials with FreeConferenceCall.com and Native American Telecom, LLC argue that
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Watching the Sausage Get Made

There’s an old saying you’ve probably heard “ Two things you don’t want to see made are laws and sausages”. Well, I’d like to add a third to that: phone calls.Most people think that once you pay for phone service, you just press send and talk. From the perspective of the consumer
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Introducing Steve: Customer of the Month

FreeConferenceCall’s Blog just got a little more exciting! Every month, we are going to highlight a new customer who is using our services in an innovative way to create an innovative solution for your business, family or community. We are unveiling this on the blog because this is what we know at
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