These lawmakers, including Steve Buyer, an Indiana Republican and John Shimkus, an Illinois Republican -- who have received a combined 0,000 from AT&T and Verizon over their careers, according to -- have written to the FCC complaining that Google's refusal to connect expensive rural calls is "ill conceived and unfair to our rural constituents." The FCC is set to open an investigation to determine if that's true, according to Dow Jones, and will formally notify Google of the inquest later Friday.But why all the interest in Google Voice from AT&T, Congress and now the FCC?Randstad is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status. If, because of a disability, you require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please email [email protected] let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.
Internet calling over Whats App and Viber were already blocked.
Similar apps including Tango and Line are still available in the country.
The app’s video and voice chat functions, along with similar service imo, now can’t be used in the country because of “regulations”.
It isn’t clear exactly why the features have been blocked in the country.
S., which Google Voice will compete against, has argued that Google Voice should also have to connect expensive rural calls.