TransNexus Blog

Last week the FCC voted two to one to eliminate price caps for business data services (BDS) provided by phone companies like AT&T, Verizon, and CenturyLink. The FCC has historically limited the prices companies like AT&T can charge on services to businesses delivered over copper-based TDM network...

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British Telecom (BT) recently announced the goal of retiring its ISDN (integrated services digital network) infrastructure and migrating all its customers to SIP (session initiation protocol) trunking by 2025. This move demonstrates the continued rapid acceptance and deployment of SIP trunking. Ve...

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In 2013, the FCC proposed relaxing rules that banned voice calls on cell phones from airplanes. After opening up the proposal to public comment, Chairman Wheeler was met with a wave of derision from consumers and travelers who wanted silence while they were on an airplane. The FCC under the previou...

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Last October, officials in India raided call centers and arrested 70 people responsible for IRS scam robocalls targeting US citizens. The scheme successfully netted over $300 million from unwitting Americans. Unfortunately, during the same evening of the raid, the mastermind of the illegal scheme,...

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When the FCC approved the Charter / Time Warner Cable merger in 2016, it required the new company to deploy high speed broadband to at least two million locations (residential and business) and at least half needed to be in areas already served by one other broadband provider. This practice is calle...

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