More States Get Numbering Power

Carlson, Caron
December 1999
Wireless Week;12/06/99, Vol. 5 Issue 49, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that several states in the United States (US) joined the group of utility regulators who were given increased freedom to develop their own ways to conserve telephone numbers. Delegation of numbering authority to state regulators by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC); Duration of the authority granted by the FCC to state regulators; Reminders given by FCC on implementing conservation measures; Guidelines and standards for number optimization.


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