Internet phone service provider SunRocket says today that all of its subscribers will be E911 access-enabled within 30 days.
Not the 120 days the FCC will mandate. 30.
And that includes "nomadic VoIP," a somewhat complex proposition indeed.
As I read the statement by SunRocket chair Paul Erickson, it seems the foundation of this guarantee is the commitment of existing network partners Global Crossing and Broadwing to enable this access and the anticipated agreements with other enablers.
But here's the big hook: Erickson says that SunRocket will no longer sell its service in areas where E911 access cannot be assured.
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