[VoiceOps] e911 warning stickers on phones
carlos at televolve.com
Fri Feb 24 12:10:47 EST 2012
I'm trying to figure out the FCC requirements for 911 service warning
stickers. The FCC documents are rather vague. They say a sticker is
required "if there are limitations to the provider's 911 service" but
then don't define what constitutes a limitation. Is the fact that the
end user can move a handset a "limitation?" Is the likelihood of a
power outage also causing a phone outage a "limitation?"
So I'm wondering what other hosted service providers are doing?
Also, if you provide SIP service to on-premises equipment, do you ship
a huge batch of stickers to the customer? Or just include an e911
warning in the contract?
Wording of stickers?
How do you make them small and unobtrusive on a phone? I considered
something that goes under the handset, but that's a small space. Is
"E911 WARNING: See this URL" going to be sufficient and compliant?
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