digital converter box -- surprising performance
Sun Jun 15 18:46:29 EDT 2008
Its to prevent you from dumping Verizon if you don't like it. Once the
copper has been pulled, its harder for a CLEC or ILEC (Competitive Local
Exchange Carrier) to take your account. It’s the proverbial peeing in the
Right now, if I decided that I didn't want Verizon for my carrier but still
wanted a basic POTS line (unlike the bastardized VOIP that Comcast uses,
there are some other carriers, such as One Communications, in the market.
They use facilities leased from Verizon to route the call to their switch.
If the copper isn't there, you can't do this.
Brian T. Vita, President
Cinema Service & Supply, Inc.
77 Walnut St - Ste 4
Peabody, MA 01960-5691
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> On Behalf Of Roger Kirk
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> To: Dan Billings
> Cc: Shawn Mamros; boston-radio-interest@lists.BostonRadio.org
> Subject: Re: digital converter box -- surprising performance
> Verizon's statement was: "If you want to go back to POTS, you cannot."
> Dan Billings wrote:
> > Why would removing copper be a problem?
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