"This change may mean more telemarketing calls for existing lines," per PhoneRecordFinder.com
Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) April 15, 2011
In previous years, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has funded access to landline telephone services, especially in rural areas, bringing phone access to new areas and people. This, according to PhoneRecordFinder.com, meant more phone numbers for telemarketers to add to their call lists.
Now, the FCC decided to overhaul the $8.7 billion Universal Service Fund (USF) to focus on supporting broadband access. According to Julius Genachowski, the Chairman of the FCC, "At the end of this transition, we would no longer subsidize telephone networks; instead we would support broadband," adding that voice service would continue to be supported through VoIP over fixed or mobile broadband connections eventually supported by the fund.
While PhoneRecordFinder.com views this significant change as positive and economical, it may mean more telemarketing calls for existing lines.
One thing more irritating than telemarketing calls during work or dinner or family time, is more telemarketing calls during that valuable time. Enter the phone number of those annoying calls into the search bar at http://www.PhoneRecordFinder.com, to get information. Much of the information is free, and users can opt to get more information for a small fee. Information is available for land lines, cell phones, home or work phones and unlisted numbers.
In addition, users can click on the Resources tab to find a link to the Do Not Call Registry to register home or work numbers with the FTC’s service for free.
For more information about the news from the FCC, please visit http://www.FCC.gov. For more information about phone number searches and reverse number look-ups, please go to PhoneRecordFinder.com.
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