Google posts their reply to FCC inquiry re: Google Voice, claims it was rejected

Fri, Sep 18, 2009


Google today posted a non-redacted version of their response to the FCC’s investigation regarding the rejection or removal (depending on who you believe) of Google Voice from the iTunes App Store.  Contrary to what Apple claims, Google writes that Phil Schiller himself relayed the message over to Google that the app wasn’t going to survive the app approval process.

Apple of course, for its part, claimed that it didn’t reject Google Voice, but that the app was still under review.

You can check out Google’s full-length and un-redacted response over here.

Lastly, Apple has reportedly contacted Engadget regarding Google’s newly published response, writing,

We do not agree with all of the statements made by Google in their FCC letter. Apple has not rejected the Google Voice application and we continue to discuss it with Google.

Drama in silicon valley.


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