Competitive Local Exchange Carrier definition

Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. (CLEC)” means a telephone company certificated by the Commission to provide local Exchange Service within AT&T-21STATE’s franchised area.
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier or “CLEC” refers to a party that has submitted a request, pursuant to Sections 1 and 3 of this Agreement, to obtain Interconnection, access to unbundled network elements, ancillary services, or resale of Telecommunications Services pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. CLEC is an entity authorized to provide Local Exchange Service that does not otherwise qualify as an Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier (“ILEC”).
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. As defined in §153(32) of the Act, authorized to provide Telephone Exchange Services or Exchange Access services in competition with an ILEC. Competitive Local Exchange Carrier Profile: A CenturyLink form required to be completed and submitted to CenturyLink by any Telecommunications Carrier requesting to interconnect or exchange traffic with CenturyLink’s network, requesting unbundled access to CenturyLink’s Network Elements, or the ability to initiate any order submission to CenturyLink. Among other things, a Telecommunication Carrier is required to provide CenturyLink, on the Competitive Local Exchange Carrier Profile, the following: its Operating Company Number (OCN), Company Code (CC), and Access Carrier Name Abbreviation (ACNA). Contract Year: A twelve (12) month period during the term of the Agreement commencing on the Effective Date and each anniversary thereof.

Examples of Competitive Local Exchange Carrier in a sentence

  • Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) means a telephone company certificated by the Commission to provide local exchange service within BellSouth's franchised area.

  • In the unlikely event of a disaster occurring that affects BellSouth's long-term ability to deliver traffic to a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC), general procedures have been developed to hasten the recovery process.

  • Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC)” means a telephone company certificated by the Commission to provide local Exchange Service within AT&T-22STATE’s franchised area.

  • BellSouth will in some instances provision resold services in accordance with the General Subscriber Services Tariff and Private Line Tariffs jointly with an Independent Company or other Competitive Local Exchange Carrier.

  • GTE shall list Competitive Local Exchange Carrier critical customer contact information on an alphabetical basis.


More Definitions of Competitive Local Exchange Carrier

Competitive Local Exchange Carrier or “CLEC” means a utility, other than an incumbent local exchange carrier, that provides local exchange service pursuant to an authorized certificate of public convenience and necessity.
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. (CLEC) means any company or person authorized to provide local exchange services in competition with an ILEC.
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier or “CLEC” means any Local Exchange Carrier other than BellSouth, operating as such in BellSouth’s certificated territory.
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier or "CLEC" means, with respect to an area or exchange, a telecommunications service provider that is certificated by the Commission to provide local exchange services in that area or exchange within the state after July 1, 1995;
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier or "CLEC" means any Local Exchange Carrier other than BA, operating as such in BA’s certificated territory in the State of Maryland.
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier or "CLEC" means,
Competitive Local Exchange Carrier or "CLEC" means any Local Exchange Carrier other than BA, operating as such in BA's service territory in New York. MGC is or will shortly become a CLEC.