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Re: US slaps fine on company blocking VoIP
- From: Michael.Dillon
- Date: Mon Mar 07 05:14:26 2005
> > and your phone number has to be local to your location.
> Thanks for proving my point.
And who says that a location needs to have only a single
phone number. Many VoIP providers will sell you extra
vanity numbers anywhere in the USA or a number of other
These are redirected to your phone in the same way that
a personal 800 number gets redirected. A telephone number
is rather more like a domain name than an IP address.
So if the E-911 VoIP service requires that you have
a base phone number that is within your E-911 region
that doesn't seem like a problem to me since you can
have any number of virtual phone numbers in addition
to the base number.