and to be reflected on 477, I believe you need to be the one billing for it. 




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Mike Hammett 
Intelligent Computing Solutions 

Midwest Internet Exchange 

The Brothers WISP 

----- Original Message -----

From: "Claude Aiken via Wireless" <wireless@wispa.org> 
To: "James Wilson" <ja...@ridgecomms.com>, "WISPA General List" 
<wireless@wispa.org> 
Sent: Sunday, July 21, 2019 9:07:57 PM 
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Draft Items for August 1 FCC Meeting 

As long as it is phone service that reaches NANP numbers including X11 numbers, 
it counts as long as it is offered by YOUR company. Can be white label. 


Yes, has to be reflected on 477. 


We did a webinar last week on this topic, hope to post for members soon. 






-------- Original message -------- 
From: James Wilson via Wireless <wireless@wispa.org> 
Date: 7/21/19 9:55 PM (GMT-05:00) 
To: WISPA General List <wireless@wispa.org> 
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Draft Items for August 1 FCC Meeting 



Is there some information about what is considered phone service? 


Can we just offer something like Ooma? Does this phone service need to be 
reflected in FCC 477? 


Is there a place to go for further information? 


Thanks! 


On Fri, Jul 12, 2019, 8:52 AM Mark Radabaugh via Wireless < wireless@wispa.org 
> wrote: 




There are two upcoming items on the FCC’s August 1st meeting on items that will 
effect all WISP’s. Please review the documents below. 


Short summary: 


477 Order - will revamp the 477 data collection process and information. 
Personally this is a good thing. 


RDOF - This is the next $20,400,000,000 (20.4 Billion Dollars) that will be 
spend to overbuild your network if you are not currently providing 25/3 service 
& phone. 


WISPA has time to meet with the commissioners and discuss up to the 25th. A lot 
of effort has already gone into making sure that both of these are fair and 
open to all providers, not just the Telco’s. There is no way to stop the feds 
from spending this money - it’s coming regardless of what we do. Both political 
parties, the administration, and the FCC all want to spend money on rural 
broadband. 


YOU HAVE TO DO YOUR PART to either position yourself to receive this funding, 
or prevent your competitors from getting it and overbuilding you. 


Mark 



Mark Radabaugh 
WISPA Policy Committee Chair 
419-261-5996 


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Begin forwarded message: 

From: "Coran, Steve via PolicyCommittee" < policycommit...@wispa.org > 

Subject: [PolicyCommittee] Draft Items for August 1 FCC Meeting 

Date: July 11, 2019 at 5:48:29 PM EDT 

To: "' policycommit...@wispa.org '" < policycommit...@wispa.org > 

Reply-To: "Coran, Steve" < sco...@lermansenter.com >, < 
policycommit...@wispa.org > 



Just released, below are links to draft items of interest for the FCC’s August 
1 open meeting. We have the opportunity to meet with the Commissioners until 
the afternoon of July 25. Would appreciate the Committee’s input on these soon. 
Just released, and I have not had a chance to review these yet. 

DRAFT Form 477 Order + FNPRM: 
https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments/DOC-358433A1.pdf 
DRAFT RDOF NPRM: https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments/DOC-358432A1.pdf 

Stephen E. Coran 
Lerman Senter PLLC | 2001 L Street, NW, Suite 400 | Washington, DC 20036 
202-416-6744 (o) | 202-669-3288 (m) | sco...@lermansenter.com | @stevecoran – 
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