• On March 14, 2011, Verizon Business and Verizon Florida LLC filed a motion with the Florida Public Service Commission to dismiss or stay the complaint of Bright House Networks Information Services, LLC. Bright House filed its complaint on February 22, 2011, seeking over $2 million in intrastate access charges associated with Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) traffic delivered to or received from Verizon. Verizon argued that VoIP is “an information service under federal law, and the tariffed access charge regime therefore does not apply to VoIP traffic.” Verizon also asserted that the FCC has exclusive jurisdiction over VoIP traffic and, given the FCC’s expedited schedule for determining the intercarrier compensation obligations for VoIP traffic within its recent intercarrier compensation reform NPRM, “it makes no sense for this Commission to expend its limited resources trying to resolve the same VoIP compensation issue that is not before the FCC and that the FCC has identified for urgent action.” Docket No. 110056-TP.