Varying definitions of `local'

Bradner, Scott
June 1999
Network World;06/14/99, Vol. 16 Issue 24, p37
Trade Publication
Comments on the United States Federal Communications Commission's decision to let the states decide if and how local telephone companies have to pay intermediate carriers for users' calls to their Internet service providers (ISP). Billing of calls to ISPs; Likelihood that ISP users may get per-minute bills from telephone companies.


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