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How To Increase The Accessibility Of Your Business Using Voice Communication – Forbes

<div _ngcontent-c23 innerhtml=" Shutterstock The popularity of landline telephones is declining at an alarming rate. According to data, 92.7% of&nbsp;U.S. households had a landline phone&nbsp;in 2004. In 2016, that number decreased to 45.9%.&nbsp;However, voice communication is not dying — it’s transforming into something much more flexible and particularly useful for businesses.&nbsp;In fact, the Voice over IP (VoIP) market is growing ... Read More »

Sprint calls out Charter with chat-patent sueball – The Register

Once more, into the VoIP Stop us if you’ve heard this one; two telecoms heavyweights are headed to court over allegations of patent infringement. This time, it’s Sprint and Charter who are bringing out the lawyers over allegations that Charter’s phone service infringes on more than a dozen voice over internet protocol (VoIP) patents Sprint was issued 20-plus years ago ... Read More »

In A VoIP World Why Does It Still Cost $20 For A 10 Minute International Call? – Forbes

<div _ngcontent-c23 innerhtml=" A payphone graveyard in New York City. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images) As someone who spends a considerable amount of time each week collaborating and engaging with people from across the entire world, I have grown to tremendously appreciate the incredible power of digital voice and video conferencing. The ability to have a Skype or WhatsApp or WebEx or ... Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Industry-Friendly Decision in VoIP Case –

This article previously appeared on Ontario System’s blog and is republished here with permission.  One case we have followed since July of 2016 is the District of Massachusetts, U.S. District Court case of Breda v. Cellco Partnership D/B/A Verizon Civil Action No. 16-11512-DJC. In this case, the defendant cell company had mistakenly associated plaintiff’s cellular phone number with a past due account. When calling to ... Read More »

Call on Net fate today – The Telegraph

New Delhi: Telecom regulator Trai is set to come out with its recommendations on Net neutrality on Tuesday, which are likely to impact the future of apps that provide calling and messaging services. The development comes at a time Ajit Pai, an Indian-origin American and chairman of US telecom regulator Federal Communications Council (FCC), is set to dismantle former president ... Read More »

FCC Opens the Door to Blocking Spoofed Robocalls that Violate the TCPA – Lexology

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted last week new rules that signal a new approach to tackling calls that violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). In its first rulemaking dealing with the TCPA under Chairman Ajit Pai, the FCC is removing barriers that prevent telecommunications providers from blocking calls that presumably violate the TCPA because they misleadingly appear to ... Read More »

Sprint Galaxy Note8 gets update with Calling PLUS, October security patches, and more – Android Police

Calling PLUS is still relatively new for Sprint devices, with only a handful of devices currently supporting it. But with its latest update, the Sprint Galaxy Note8 has joined the Calling PLUS ranks, following the LG G6 and Galaxy S8/S8+. Also included are October security patches and a couple of other small fixes/upgrades. The official changelog is rather sparse. It ... Read More »