Audio Bridging (Teleconferencing) Provider

A conference bridge is a form of remote meeting using a business phone or VoIP system. Conference bridges allow participants to dial into virtual meetings from a phone or VoIP connection, and may include voicemail call-in or call forwarding systems. 

Audio bridging (teleconferencing) is regulated by the FCC and certain states. Providers face various federal and state regulatory and tax burdens throughout the U.S.

We can help determine if your service qualifies as audio bridging and advise on applicable regulatory and tax obligations.  

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