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.
Local Traffic. Traffic that is originated by a Customer of one Party on that Party’s network and terminates to a Customer of the other Party on that other Party’s network within Verizon's then current local calling area (including non-optional local calling scope arrangements) as defined in Verizon’s effective Customer Tariffs. A non- optional local calling scope arrangement is an arrangement that provides Customers a local calling scope (Extended Area Service, “EAS”), beyond their basic exchange serving area. Local Traffic does not include optional local calling scope traffic (i.e., traffic that under an optional rate package chosen by the Customer terminates outside of the Customer’s basic exchange serving area). IntraLATA calls originated on a 1+ presubscription basis, or on a casual dialed (10XXX/101XXXX) basis are not considered Local Traffic. Local Traffic does not include any Internet Traffic.
Local Traffic. For purposes of Article IV of this Agreement, Local Traffic is traffic (excluding CMRS traffic) that is originated and terminated within the CenturyTel Local Calling Area, or mandatory Extended Area Service (EAS) area, as defined in CenturyTel’s local exchange tariffs. Local Traffic does not include optional local calling (i.e., optional rate packages that permit the end-user to choose a Local Calling Area beyond the basic exchange serving area for an additional fee), referred to hereafter as “optional EAS”. Local Traffic includes Information Service Traffic to the extent that the End User Customer and the ISP are physically located in the same CenturyTel Local Calling Area. Local Traffic includes IP-Enabled Traffic to the extent that the originating End User Customer and the terminating End User Customer are physically located in the same CenturyTel Local Calling Area.
Local Traffic. The Parties shall assume that Local Traffic and ISP Bound Traffic routed over the Interconnection Facilities, originated by or terminating to the Parties’ end user customers is roughly balanced between the Parties unless traffic studies indicate otherwise. Accordingly, the Parties agree to use a Xxxx-and-Keep Arrangement with respect to termination of Local Traffic and ISP Bound Traffic routed over the Interconnection Facilities. Either Party may request that a traffic study be performed no more frequently than once every twelve months. Should such traffic study indicate, in the aggregate, that either Party is terminating more than sixty (60) percent of the Parties’ total terminated minutes, either Party may notify the other Party, as described in Section 15.9 of this Agreement and request that the Parties renegotiate the Xxxx-and-Keep Arrangements reflected herein and trunking as provided in Section 4.5.
Local Traffic. Local Traffic shall be as defined in Part B of the General Terms and Conditions of this Agreement. All other traffic that originates and terminates between end users within a LATA boundary is toll traffic. In no event shall the Local Traffic area for purposes of local call termination billing between the parties be decreased. No party shall represent Exchange Access traffic nor ESP nor Information Service Provider traffic as Local Traffic.
Local Traffic for purposes of compensation between Parties, traffic that is originated by an end user of one Party and terminates to an end user of the other Party within the same MTA (Major Trading Area) and, for GTE-originated traffic, within the same LATA, provided that the end user of Spectrum receives service on a two-way wireless basis. Local Traffic excludes Enhanced Service Providers ("ESP") traffic (e.g., Internet) and Internet Protocol based voice or fax telephony.
Local Traffic. Under this Agreement, Xxxx and Keep shall apply to the exchange of Local Traffic solely when such traffic terminates to the end users of one of the Parties (including wireless traffic of end user customers of Carrier's wireless roaming partners). The transit rate shall apply to Transit Traffic.
Local Traffic. Local Traffic is defined as any telephone call that originates in one exchange and terminates in either the same exchange, or a corresponding Extended Area Service (“EAS”) . The terms Exchange and EAS exchanges are defined and specified in Section A3 of BellSouth’s General Subscriber Service Tariff. Local Traffic does not currently include traffic that originates from or terminates to an Enhanced Service Provider (ESP) or Information Service Provider. The parties agree that until the Commission or the FCC determines, in a final and non-appealable Order, whether ESP and ISP traffic is within the definition of Local Traffic, will not be treated in this agreement.
Local Traffic. 18.104.22.168 The two-way Type-2B Local Traffic Interconnection may be used by CENTURYLINK to deliver Local Traffic, INTRALATA VoIP-PSTN Traffic and ISP Bound Traffic to CITIZENS NPA-NXXs listed in Appendix C.
Local Traffic. Under this Agreement, Sprint is only required to compensate Alltel for terminating Local Traffic. The rates set forth on Attachment I shall be used. In the event, the FCC or the Commission do establish rates, terms and conditions for transport and termination of local telecommunications traffic, or for specific components included therein, that differ from the rates, terms and conditions established pursuant to this Agreement, the rates, terms and conditions established by the FCC or the Commission shall be implemented in this Agreement as of the date the rates, terms and conditions are made effective by the FCC or the Commission.