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In 2003 the House of Representatives approved bill H.R. 49, the “Internet Tax Non-Discrimination Act of 2003.” This bill would expand and make permanent a federally imposed “moratorium” on state and local taxation of sales of “Internet access” services. States and local governments would be permanently prohibited from charging sales taxes on the monthly service charge that households and businesses pay to be able to access the World Wide Web. VoIP rides a fine line between being a telephone service and an internet service. This is due to the fact that a call is initiated from a phone in an analog format, transmitted over the internet in a digital format and finally converted back to analog format typically across the same lines that traditional phones operate on.
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