FCC Reaches $5 Million Settlement with magicJack


The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC or Commission) Enforcement Bureau (Bureau) has reached a $5 million settlement with magicJack for its violation of the federal regulatory reporting and contribution rules. magicJack, a voice over Internet provider (VoIP), sells VoIP telephone service to consumers as a competitive replacement for traditional telephone service. In addition to the settlement amount mandated by the Consent Decree, magicJack will also be required to implement a three-year compliance plan.

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