VoIP – Non-Interconnected VoIP and One-Way VoIP

Non-interconnected VoIP enables real-time voice communications that originate from or terminate at the user’s location using an IP and does not include any service that is an interconnected VoIP service.

Examples of VoIP services that are non-interconnected VoIP include “one-way” VoIP services (i.e., services that enable users to terminate calls to the PSTN but do not permit users to receive calls that originate on the PSTN, or enable users to receive calls from the PSTN, but do not permit the user to make calls terminating to the PSTN).

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