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Matrix Telecom to pay USD 875,000 to settle FCC probe

Thursday 5 June 2014 | 17:14 CET | News
US telecommunications company, Matrix Telecom will pay USD 875,000 to resolve an investigation by the Federal Communications Commission's Federal Bureau into whether the company failed to complete long-distance calls to rural areas on a just, reasonable, and non-discriminatory basis. Matrix will also implement a three-year plan to ensure compliance with FCC requirements designed to combat the problem of long-distance calls failing to complete in rural areas. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Excel Telecommunications / FCC / Matrix Telecom
Countries: United States
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