Carriers fight against FCC proposal to charge for numbers

Weaver, Heather Forsgren
February 2001
RCR Wireless News;2/26/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the opposition of telecommunication carriers to the proposal of the United States Federal Communications Commission to charge for telephone numbers.


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