Telecommunications Carrier means any provider of Telecommunications Services, except that such term does not include aggregators of Telecommunications Services (as defined in Section 226 of the Act). A Telecommunications Carrier shall be treated as a Common Carrier under the Act only to the extent that it is engaged in providing Telecommunications Services, except that the Federal Communications Commission shall determine whether the provision of fixed and mobile satellite service shall be treated as common carriage.
Examples of Telecommunications Carrier in a sentence
No Party shall be liable for any act or omission of another Telecommunications Carrier (other than an Affiliate) providing a portion of a service.
Transit Service is provided by CenturyLink, as a local and Access Tandem Switch provider, to CLEC to enable the completion of calls originated by or terminated to end users of another Telecommunications Carrier which is connected to CenturyLink's Switches.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, CLEC shall only be held to such standard as CenturyLink, its Affiliates or any other Telecommunications Carrier is held.
If either Party enters into an agreement (the "Other Agreement") approved by the Commission or FCC pursuant to Section 252 of the Act (regardless of whether the approved agreement was negotiated or arbitrated) which provides for the provision of arrangements covered in this Agreement to another requesting Telecommunications Carrier, including an Affiliate, such Party shall make available to the other Party such arrangements upon the same rates, terms and conditions as those provided in the Other Agreement.
CLEC acknowledges that CenturyLink does not have any responsibility to pay, and CLEC indemnifies CenturyLink against any third-party Telecommunications Carrier charges for termination of any identifiable Transit Traffic routed to CenturyLink by CLEC.