All this information is pretty accurate and it has always been an interesting topic. There is always this possibility as well:
§95.1317 Grandfathered MURS Stations.
Stations that were licensed under part 90 of the Commission's Rules to operate on MURS frequencies as of November 13, 2000, are granted a license by rule that authorizes continued operations under the terms of such nullified part 90 authorizations, including any rule waivers
But on that note there are a few neat and cool things we can do with it if willing to spend the time and money to do them:
§95.1313 Interconnection prohibited.
MURS stations are prohibited from interconnection with the public switched network. Interconnection Defined.Connection through automatic or manual means of multi-use radio stations with the facilities of the public switched telephone network to permit the transmission of messages or signals between points in the wireline or radio network of a public telephone company and persons served by multi-use radio stations. Wireline or radio circuits or links furnished by common carriers, which are used by licensees or other authorized persons for transmitter control (including dial-up transmitter control circuits) or as an integral part of an authorized, private, internal system of communication or as an integral part of dispatch point circuits in a multi-use radio station are not considered to be interconnection for purposes of this rule part.
§95.1307 Permissible communications.
(a MURS stations may transmit voice or data signals as permitted in this subpart.
(b A MURS station may transmit any emission type listed in §95.631(j) of this chapter.
(c MURS frequencies may be used for remote control and telemetering functions. MURS transmitters may not be operated in the continuous carrier transmit mode.