I understand that $50 is based on $200 annual amount. That's why I said 25%.
Please note - I never said "falsely" advertising. By the way, neither did Frontier. It is "above the line - below the line" dispute that is at the core of Frontier litigation. For example, "Regulatory Recovery Fee" is not a tax - it's just like "Income Tax Recovery Fee" or "Lease Recovery Fee". So, Phone Power charges 12% in totally arbitrary fee.
As far as taxes go (and one can argue whether E911 fee is tax or not) - Phone Power charges 7.3% service tax + 6% E911 tax = 13.3% compared with 6% for VoicePulse and 0% for non-NY residents by CallCentric (to take two VoIP providers that I am familiar with).
In the end - it is every company's business decision how to advertise. And I am sure your lawyers will be following Frontier litigation with extreme attention. And by the way - I *did* sign up for the 2-year plan despite significant misgivings about this issue. Other considerations - comments on DSL Reports, overall value - ended up being more important. Hopefully, I won't regret!