Comment Cycle Announced for FCC’s Proceeding to Consider Extension of Truth-in-Billing Regulations to VoIP Providers

As explained in an earlier Client Advisory, back in December 2019, the FCC opened a proceeding to consider whether to extend its Truth-in-Billing regulations to Interconnected VoIP (and, potentially, even One-Way VoIP) service providers.  The public notice seeking to refresh the record on ways to modernize and strengthen the Truth-in-Billing rules was published in the Federal Register on January 13, 2020.  Comments are due February 12, 2020; replies are due March 13, 2020.

If you are interested in filing Comments or Replies in the proceeding, please contact Jonathan S. Marashlian at

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