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Feds Slap Fees On AT&T’s VoIP

This week the FCC announced its decision that traditional telephone calls that start and end on the public switched telephone network (PSTN), but are carried part of the time on AT&T’s Internet backbone, are classified as telecommunications service. Those calls are subject to the access charges that are exchanged when a telephone call made through one carrier ends on another carrier’s network.

Read more at PCWorld.