Slamming definition

Slamming means the designation of a new provider of a telecommunications service to a customer, including the initial selection of a service provider, without the verified consent of the customer. “Slamming” does not include the designation of a new provider of a telecommunications service to a customer made pursuant to the sale or transfer of another carrier’s customer base, provided that the designation meets the requirements of 199 IAC 22.23(2)“e.”
Slamming means the unauthorized enrollment of a customer without the customer’s permission or the unauthorized transfer of a customer to another Electric Supplier.
Slamming means the act of changing the Member-Consumer’s chosen AES, or changing the Member-Consumer from Full Requirements Service to Generation Service from an AES, without the Member-Consumer’s consent.

Examples of Slamming in a sentence

  • Bye, "Slamming Load Effects on the Bottom of High-Speed Aluminum Planing Craft," 2015.

  • G.O. ### sets forth: in Part 1, a telecommunications consumers' Bill of Rights; in Part 2, a set of Consumer Protection Rules all carriers must follow to protect those rights; in Part 3, Rules Governing Billing forNon-communications-Related Charges; and in Part 4, Rules Governing Slamming Complaints.

  • Thomas, "Prediction of Slamming Behaviour of Monohull and Multihull Forms using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics," 2011.

  • Diez, "Validation of High Fidelity CFD/FE FSI for Full-Scale High-Speed Planing Hull With Composite Bottom Panels Slamming," presented at the VI International Conference on Computational Methods for Coupled Problems in Science and Engineering, 2015.

  • Taunton, "Two- Dimensional Numerical Modelling of Slamming Impact Loads on High-Speed Craft," presented at the 7th International Conference on HYDROELASTICITY IN MARINE TECHNOLOGY, Split, Croatia, 2015.


More Definitions of Slamming

Slamming means where a request for CPS, WLR and/or LLU has been made without the Customer’s express knowledge and/or consent; that is in the following circumstances:
Slamming means where a request for a CPS, WLR, SMPF and/or MPF has been made, or a Transfer Order or a Working Line Takeover Order has been placed on Openreach, without the Customer’s express knowledge and/or consent; that is in the following circumstances:
Slamming means the act of changing the Customer’s chosen AES, or changing the Customer from Full Requirements Service to Generation Service from an AES, without the Customer’s consent.
Slamming means where:
Slamming means the prohibited unauthorized enrollment of a Customer without the Customer’s permission or the unauthorized transfer of a Customer to another Electric Supplier.
Slamming means the unauthorized switching of an end-user’s presubscribed IXC or reseller.