BTL actually did block gateway.publicvpn.net one afternoon about a month ago. The server was confirmed available from the states, but to no one in Belize for about 6 hours.
BTL has decided to fight their own customers. Until there is a viable alternative, my opionin is that we fight back. The folks at the PUC have proven to be illegitimate pawns. They spend MONTHS developing a policy that now is being IGNORED. They didn't even bother to get a commitment from BTL to honor their ridiculous ruling. People... The PUC considers their job done!?!?! Whatever.
There are literaly thousands of ways to get around BTL's blocking. I propose we step through them one of one, like a chess game (with an opponent that we are paying to play). This will buy us time for new licensed competitors to get into the market with both fresh facilities and local VoIP offerings. They are coming, they will compete, and trust me BTL will sing a different tune when that happens.
As for making these methods public... we aren't breaking laws. BTL IS. Until these criminals are stopped, we have to get back to business. Obscurity will let this issue die and lots of people will succomb to BTL without a means to fight. Spread the word, speak freely, fight the power http://www.bfic.org