Cogent for ISP bandwidth

PC paul4004 at
Thu May 17 04:46:58 UTC 2012

While there may be other grounds for telling them not to call you, the
do not call list is not one of them as it does not apply to business
to business solicitations.

"The national Do-Not-Call list protects home voice or personal
wireless phone numbers only. While you may be able to register a
business number, your registration will not make telephone
solicitations to that number unlawful."

On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 7:45 PM, Darius Jahandarie
<djahandarie at> wrote:
> On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 9:37 PM, Paul Stewart <paul at> wrote:
> > I liked Cogent when we had them years ago but due to routing instability
> > (off the charts) and unplanned down time every single month we dropped
> > them..... they call me every 3-6 months (different person each time) and I
> > tell them to go away....
> You know, if you're in the U.S., on the No Call list, and you tell
> them specifically not to call you again, they're doing something
> illegal and can be fined up to $16,000 dollars for it. Though I hear
> that the FTC doesn't actually enforce it too well. May want to try
> waving the stick at them at least.
> --
> Darius Jahandarie

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