FCC Grants APCC’s Formal Complaint against Prepaid Calling Card Provider


On May 20, 2008, the FCC has released an order in which it granted, in substantial part, a formal complaint filed by payphone service provider billing aggregator, APCC Services, Inc. , against Radiant Telecom, Inc., Intelligent Switching and Software, LLC, and Radiant Holdings, Inc. In its complaint, APCC alleged that the defendants violated sections 201, 276, and 416 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, by failing to comply with the FCC’s Tollgate Rules which impose payphone compensation, call tracking, and other obligations on “completing carriers.”

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