Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Google Public Policy Blog: Our response to the FCC on Google Voice

"We went to work on this fix because earlier this year, we noticed an extremely high number of calls were being made to an extremely small number of destinations. In fact, the top 10 telephone prefixes -- the area code plus the first three digits of a seven digit number, e.g., 555-555-XXXX -- generated more than 160 times the expected traffic volumes, and accounted for a whopping 26 percent of our monthly connection costs."

Sounds like Google is about to be hoist by its own Network Neutrality petard.

That didn't take long.

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