N3OGHYo Soy Col. "Bat" GuanoPremium
The WSJ story was a good read about an entrepreneur who saw an opportunity and made the most of it.
While I have no love lost for the big telcos, I understand their point. The original regulations were put into place to help offset the cost of providing phone service in rural areas. Not to make a handful millions.
But, the rules are the rules. Four years ago AT&T screwed me out of $35 for ONE phone call a visiting relative made to check her voice mail in Maryland. I had to pay them. Their reasoning? The rules are the rules.
So AT&T, Sprint and Verizon, the rules are the rules.
Pay up, sucker...
Petty people are disproportionably corrupted by petty power