Telephone Exchange Service means a service within a telephone exchange, or within a connected system of telephone exchanges within the same exchange area operated to furnish to End User Customers intercommunicating service of the character ordinarily furnished by a single exchange, and which is covered by the Exchange Service charge, or comparable service provided through a system of Switches, transmission equipment or other facilities (or combinations thereof) by which a subscriber can originate and terminate a Telecommunications Service.
Examples of Telephone Exchange Service in a sentence
General Each Party shall provide to the other Party, in accordance with this Agreement, but only to the extent required by Applicable Law, interconnection at (i) any technically feasible Point(s) of Interconnection on Verizon's network in a LATA and/or (ii) a fiber meet point to which the Parties mutually agree under the terms of this Agreement, for the transmission and routing of Telephone Exchange Service and Exchange Access.
Charge 13.4 (1) Submitted using manual methods $5.50 (2) Submitted using electronic methods $1.25 (3) Submitted using manual methods when both the interLATA PIC and intraLATA PIC selections are changed simultaneously $2.75 (4) Submitted using electronic methods when both the interLATA PIC and intraLATA PIC selections are changed simultaneously $0.63 * This charge is generally billed to the end user who is the subscriber to the Telephone Exchange Service.
However, if CLEC requests that facilities be constructed or enhanced to provide services for resale, CenturyLink will construct facilities to the extent necessary to satisfy its obligations to provide basic Telephone Exchange Service as set forth in CenturyLink retail Tariffs, catalogs, price lists, or other retail Telecommunications Services offerings and Commission rules.
For the life of this Agreement, CLEC must represent and warrant to CenturyLink that it remains a certified local provider of Telephone Exchange Service within CenturyLink's Local Calling Area(s) in the State.
Appendix ITR attached hereto and incorporated by reference prescribes the specific trunk groups (and traffic routing parameters) which will be configured over the physical connections described in this Section 4.0 to provide the facilities for the transmission and routing of Telephone Exchange Service traffic (as described in Section 5.0), Exchange Access traffic (as described in Section 6.0), LSV/BLI traffic (as described in sub-section 7.2).