IntraLATA Toll Sample Clauses

IntraLATA Toll. 6.1.1.5 WATS and 800 Service
IntraLATA Toll. 7.3.10.1 Where either Party acts as an IntraLATA Toll provider, each Party shall xxxx the other the appropriate charges pursuant to its respective Tariff or Price Lists.
IntraLATA Toll. Buyer will (i) assume the retail toll carrier role and obligations for any end users in the Exchanges that are picked or defaulted to Seller for IntraLATA toll services or (ii) enter into agreements with other inter-exchange carriers to assume this role or to resell the toll services of an inter-exchange carrier to fulfill these obligations. Buyer will execute intraLATA toll access agreements with Seller establishing the process for the purchase of toll access from Seller by Buyer at the rates contained in Seller's access tariffs. Seller agrees that it will need to establish its own agreements with other telecommunications carriers for the purchase of toll access that may be routed over joint Seller/Buyer transport or tandem switch facilities (transit traffic). Buyer will cooperate with Seller and other carriers to measure and share data required to facilitate billing for such traffic. Buyer and Seller will establish a process by which Buyer will xxxx Seller for terminating IntraLATA toll access based on actual termination of Seller toll services to the Exchanges. Buyer and Seller will enter into a billing and collection agreement for the billing and collection of casual toll at a rate not to exceed $0.12 per message. Buyer and Seller shall establish meet point percentages for jointly provided toll access and file such meet points as required with Governmental Authorities.

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