• Oklahoma To Require VoIP Providers To Contribute To OUSF

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    A new law in Oklahoma expands the list of providers required to contribute to the Oklahoma Universal Service Fund (OUSF) to include interconnected VoIP providers.  VoIP providers will be assessed based on their intrastate retail VoIP revenues.  The new law also revises and streamlines the process for requesting OUSF, Lifeline, and Special Universal Services (E-rate and telemedicine) funding.  Learn about OUSF Reimbursements, which VoIP Providers are to contribute, and more in the complete TMI Briefing.

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