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EU Could Compel Carriers to Support VoIP

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Apr 13, 2009, 1:03 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

The European Union is considering legislature that would force wireless network operators to support VoIP on their networks. Currently, individual countries oversee such legislature, but if it is enacted by the EU, then all operators hosting wireless services in EU member states would be forced to comply. VoIP allows end users to make calls through the Internet that can be less expensive than via cellular networks.

more info at Wireless Week »



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Apr 13, 2009, 3:08 PM


Say goodbye to international roaming rates!!!

Very Happy
Say hello to 5GB with overage caps on Data plans. And Data roaming per KB.
So stupid. Stay out of private business, let them run it how they please. If the consumer doesn't like it they will figure out another option or look for another carrier that may decide to offer voip. Let the market evolve, do not interfere!
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