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They said they did it because Google Voice changed the user experience.Some believe it was because AT&T was worried about Voice providing powerful competition to the wireless industry.But if today's developments are any indication, Google and AT&T intend to fight even harder over Google Voice. This one was an inquiry into issues raised by AT&T about Google Voice.Specifically, it focuses on the fact that Google Voice restricts some calls made to rural areas, which reduces its operational costs but restricts calls to certain numbers.The Google Voice debacle is getting out of control.A few months ago, Apple and AT&T rejected the Google Voice i Phone App.Then, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) got involved.
It wanted to know it blocks these calls and how it chooses the numbers to restrict. Richard Whitt, Google's Washington Telecom and Media Counsel, essentially lampoons AT&T's complaint to the FCC while answering the FCC's inquiry.
Here are the key points: - Google Voice blocks certain numbers because their termination rates are exorbitant and they partner with adult sex chat lines in a practice known as "traffic pumping." Google Voice could not be free if it had to pay these people for phone calls.