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It is also lobbying European governments and regulators to have a US-style telephony billing model installed, and has joined the Campaign for Unmetered Telecommunications.
According to the Campaign for Unmetered Telecommunications (CUT) web site ( this is a good starting point for their ultimate goal of free local calls as enjoyed by millions of Americans.
AOL points to the greater usage of the net in the US, and has been lobbying European Union governments to regulate against metered local calls, going so far as to become a corporate sponsor of the Campaign for Unmetered Telecommunications, which staged a 15-country Europe-wide net strike two weeks ago.
The Campaign for Unmetered Telecommunications, the UK organization behind this June's 'Net Strike' in protest of pay-per-minute net access, has condemned one of its members who yesterday sent out 'spam' to 25,000 email addresses.
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