geographic number means a number from the national telephone numbering plan where part of its digit structure contains geographic significance used for routing calls to the physical location of the network termination point (NTP);
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geographic number means a Telephone Number from a range of numbers in the UK Telephone Numbering Plan where part of its digit structure contains geographic significance used for routing calls to the physical location of the Network Termination Point of the Subscriber to whom the Telephone Number has been assigned;
geographic number means a service number as defined by ITU-T E.164, and is a number allocated within a national numbering plan for use in a nominated geographic area(s) with a specific area code ISUP means Integrated Services Digital Network User Part Interconnection means the physical or logical linking of networks to allow the users of one network to communicate with users of another network or to access carriage services provided by another licensee Interconnection Link means a physical link over which circuits for the conveyance of electronic communications traffic may be provided and which connects the Network of one Party with another Interconnection Outage means the duration of cataleptic or partial failures of any of the components included in the Interconnection Interconnection Service means a service defined as an interconnection service in Annex A Interconnection Traffic Route means the group of 64 kb/sec channels over which a given type of interconnection traffic is directed Invoiced Party means the Party which receives an invoice from the other Party Invoicing Party means the Party which issues an invoice to the other Party Licensed Operator means an organisation licensed by URCA to provide an electronic communications service Mbps means megabits per second Mediator means a person appointed under Annex F - Dispute Resolution Clause F.4 to assist the Parties in resolving a dispute between the Parties MMS means multi-media message service Mobile number means a service number defined by ITU-T E.164, and is a number allocated within the National Numbering Plan for use by mobile customers MSC means mobile switching centre National Numbering Plan (NNP) means the National Numbering Plan for The Bahamas as approved and published by URCA Nature of Address (NoA) means the information sent in association with a Call to indicate the nature of the address (e.g., "international number", "national (significant) number" or "subscriber number") as specified in the ISDN User Part (ISUP) messages of SS7 Network means a network established for the conveyance of electronic communications traffic to and from Customers Network Alteration a physical change in the network, including changes in network configuration and interfaces and the events set out in Clause D.12.1, of one Party necessary to permit the continued efficient operation of Interconnection Services as a result of a change made in the network operated by the other Party Network Operations Centre (NOC) means a facility est...
geographic number means a number from the national numbering plan where part of its digit structure contains geographic significance used