Summary:

State of Colorado had decided to keep the VoIP tax and regulation free, for now. The decision was taken by a state house panel yesterday. The bill was backed by many including Qwest Communications. It was opposed by municipalities, counties and some local lawmakers. “We’re a […]

State of Colorado had decided to keep the VoIP tax and regulation free, for now. The decision was taken by a state house panel yesterday. The bill was backed by many including Qwest Communications. It was opposed by municipalities, counties and some local lawmakers. “We’re a little premature in trying to set something up,” Rep. Val Vigil, D-Thornton, who chairs the finance panel, told Rocky Mountain News. Nevertheless, Colorado has taken a more enlightened approach than other states like Kansas and Pennsylvania who want to tax VoIP.

By Om Malik

You're subscribed! If you like, you can update your settings

Related stories

Comments have been disabled for this post