The hottest FCC asked Google to explain that voice

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On October 10, the Federal Communications Commission (hereinafter referred to as "FCC") on Friday asked Google to explain the shielding of some "high price" numbers from voice services in the first three quarters of 2013. On Thursday, 20 U.S. congressmen pushed, not dragged, the non supportive Central Committee sent a letter to the FCC requesting an investigation into the matter

according to foreign media reports, the FCC asked Google to provide the following information before October 28: the way of voice transmission, the reasons for blocking some numbers, and how to decide which numbers to block. Sharon Gillett, head of the FCC wireless business competition bureau, said that Google must clearly answer the following questions: how many users are there currently in voice? Are you planning to provide voi additional CE in an "uninvited" manner

Google has said that voice is still a traditional telecom service, and its essence is an Internet software tool, which should not apply to the regulatory rules applicable to traditional telecom service operators. CCID China informatization ()

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