www.politico.com -- Many of those carriers, such as AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink, want the FCC to intervene and force Internet services to pay like everyone else. “The top priority remains the urgent need to decide the proper compensation rate for VoIP traffic,” Verizon wrote in its filings with the FCC. “The commission should immediately set a single, low national default rate of $0.0007 per minute for this traffic.”
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