Regulatory Compliance Packages

VoIP Providers are Subject to Many Telephony Regulations

Use One of Our Packages to Stay Compliant

Although the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has not yet determined that voice-over-Internet-protocol (VoIP) is a “telecommunications service” under the Communications Act of 1934, the FCC has mandated a number of annual and one-time filings for VoIP providers. Additional rules apply to providers of international VoIP service. Keeping up with the myriad of compliance requirements can be a costly and time-consuming endeavour for VoIP providers.

Thomas Lynch & Associates has developed a telecommunications compliance package designed specifically for VoIP providers. While our attorneys are qualified to assist all types of telecom providers with their regulatory needs, these compliance packages are tailored to the specific requirements placed upon VoIP service providers. We offer a flat rate for the package, which reflects a signficant discount off purchasing the filing services indvidiually. Assistance with state filings is also available. For more information and pricing, contact us today.

Regulatory Compliance Packages for VoIP Service Providers

Federal Base Package

FilingFrequency
499ROne-time
CPNIAnnual
CVAAAnnual
E911One-time
GEOAnnual
CALEAOne-time
FCC 159
Reminder
Annual
499AAnnual
499Q*Quarterly
477
(VoIP only)
Semi-Annual

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FilingFrequency
214One-time
43.61 Traffic ReportAnnual
*499Q is not required for every VoIP provider and therefore is not included in the Federal Base Package

Contact Our Attorneys for Your Compliance Needs

If you need assistance in complying with federal or state telecommunications regulation or would like to find out more information about the Compliance Packages above contact our law offices in the Washington, DC metro area to speak with an experienced lawyer.

The law offices of Thomas Lynch & Associates provides legal advice to telecommunications businesses throughout the United States, including Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Jose and Palo Alto.