[VoiceOps] Role of D.C. Agent

Alex Balashov abalashov at evaristesys.com
Wed Jul 7 12:40:24 EDT 2010

According to the Act, a carrier or ITSP meeting the definition of  
"interconnected VoIP provider" (pretty much anyone here) needs a  
primary registered agent *in* *D.C.*

Alex Balashov - Principal
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On Jul 7, 2010, at 12:12 PM, Justin B Newman <justin at ejtown.org> wrote:

>> Can anyone explain why a CLEC must have DC Agent and what is the  
>> role of a
>> DC Agent.
> Any "registered agent" service will do.  You simply need someone to
> accept service of process.  Googling for Registered Agent will find
> you plenty of organizations.  The going rate is < $100 / year.
> -jbn
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