Three VOIP companies may lose providers if coronavirus robocalls continue, U.S. agencies say


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Three voice over internet providers may lose access to the U.S. telecom network if they do not stop allowing their service to be used by robocallers touting coronavirus and other scams, the Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission said on Friday.

The VOIP companies concerned are SIPJoin, Connexum and VoIP Terminator/BLMarketing, the FTC said in a statement.

Reporting by Diane Bartz, Editing by Franklin Paul

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