IntraLATA Toll Traffic Sample Clauses

IntraLATA Toll Traffic. IntraLATA toll traffic is traffic that is not Local Traffic as defined in Section 1.1 above.
IntraLATA Toll Traffic. Telecommunications traffic between two locations within one LATA where one of the locations lies outside of the CenturyTel Local Calling Area as defined CenturyTel’s local exchange Tariff on file with the Commission. Optional EAS Traffic is included in IntraLATA Toll Traffic.
IntraLATA Toll Traffic. Telecommunications traffic that is not Local Traffic (as defined in Section 2.56) between two locations within one LATA where one of the locations lies outside of the CenturyLink Local Calling Area as defined CenturyLink’s local exchange Tariff or Price List. Optional EAS Traffic is included in IntraLATA Toll Traffic.
IntraLATA Toll Traffic. Traffic originated by a Customer of one Party on that Party’s network in a Local Calling Area and terminates to a Customer of the other Party on that other Party’s network, within the same LATA but in a different Local Calling Area.
IntraLATA Toll Traffic. 2.1.2 The Parties agree that CLEC has the right to choose a Single POI or multiple POIs.
IntraLATA Toll Traffic. Telecommunications Traffic that originates and terminates in the same LATA, excluding Local/EAS Traffic and ISP-Bound Traffic.
IntraLATA Toll Traffic. IntraLATA Toll Traffic is defined as all traffic that originates and terminates within a single LATA, but is not treated as local or EAS traffic under this Attachment.
IntraLATA Toll Traffic. Telecommunications toll traffic that originates and terminates in the same LATA.

Related to IntraLATA Toll Traffic

  • Local Traffic Traffic that is originated by an end user of one Party and terminates to the end user of the other Party within GTE's then current local serving area, including mandatory local calling scope arrangements. A mandatory local calling scope arrangement is an arrangement that provides end users a local calling scope, Extended Area Service (EAS), beyond their basic exchange serving area. Local Traffic does not include optional local calling scopes (i.e., optional rate packages that permit the end user to choose a local calling scope beyond their basic exchange serving area for an additional fee), referred to hereafter as "optional EAS". Local Traffic excludes Enhanced Service Provider (ESP) and Internet Service Provider (ISP) traffic , including but not limited to Internet, 900-976, etc., and Internet Protocol based long distance telephony.

  • Signaling Link Transport 10.2.1 Signaling Link Transport is a set of two (2) or four (4) dedicated 56 kbps transmission paths between Victory designated Signaling Points of Interconnection that provide appropriate physical diversity.

  • Transit Traffic The following rates will apply:

  • Tandem Transit Traffic 12.1 As used in this Section, Tandem Transit Traffic is Telephone Exchange Service traffic that originates on CBB's network, and is transported through Verizon’s Tandem to the subtending End Office or its equivalent of another carrier (CLEC, ILEC other than Verizon, Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS) carrier, or other LEC (“Other Carrier”). Neither the originating nor terminating customer is a Customer of Verizon. Subtending End Offices shall be determined in accordance with and as identified in the Local Exchange Routing Guide (LERG). Switched Exchange Access Service traffic is not Tandem Transit Traffic.

  • Internet Traffic Any traffic that is transmitted to or returned from the Internet at any point during the duration of the transmission.

  • Information Services Traffic The following provisions shall apply only to Covad-originated Information Services Traffic directed to an information services platform connected to BA's network. At such time as Covad connects Information Services platforms to its network, the Parties shall agree upon a comparable arrangement for BA-

  • SUBLOOPS 45.1. Sprint will offer unbundled access to copper subloops and subloops for access to multiunit premises wiring. Sprint will consider all requests for access to subloops through the ICB process due to the wide variety of interconnections available and the lack of standards. A written response will be provided to CLEC covering the interconnection time intervals, prices and other information based on the ICB process as set forth in this Agreement.

  • Signaling Each Party will provide the other Party with access to its databases and associated signaling necessary for the routing and completion of the other Party’s traffic in accordance with the provisions contained in the Unbundled Network Element Attachment or applicable access tariff.

  • Traffic The provisions in this Section apply regardless how the ISP-bound traffic is determined.

  • Dark Fiber Transport Dark Fiber Transport is defined as Dedicated Transport that consists of unactivated optical interoffice transmission facilities without attached signal regeneration, multiplexing, aggregation or other electronics. Except as set forth in Section 6.9.1 below, BellSouth shall not be required to provide access to Dark Fiber Transport Entrance Facilities pursuant to this Agreement.