Definition of Telephone Plant


Telephone Plant means all plant, systems, structures, regulated construction work in progress, telephone cable (whether in service or under construction), microwave facilities (including frequency spectrum assignment), telephone line facilities, machinery, furniture, fixtures, tools, implements, conduits, stations, substations, equipment (excluding customer premises equipment, but including all local exchange equipment that serves (i) cell towers, (ii) data equipment (excluding customer premises equipment, but including all equipment necessary to provide data services (including dial-up, digital subscriber line and dedicated Internet access services and related value-added services)), including the broadband router aggregation system, (iii) ATM switch routers and (iv) network facilities located in the Territory), central office equipment and other equipment in general other than customer premises equipment, instruments and house wiring connections located in the Territory used in the Spinco Business (to the extent not transferred to customers as inside wiring), other than the portion thereof relating to the FiOS network.

Examples of Telephone Plant in a sentence

Such Telephone Plant constitutes substantially all of the Telephone Plant used primarily in the operation of the Business as of June 30, 2001, except as such (i) has been disposed of since January 1, 2001 in the ordinary course of business or (ii) is not material to the operation of the Business.
Schedule 4.1.8 sets forth a materially accurate summary of the Telephone Plant and Material and Supply Inventory as of June 30, 2001 as maintained by Seller in accordance with past practice.
Schedule 4.1.8 sets forth a materially accurate summary of the Telephone Plant and Material and Supply Inventory as of June 30, 2001 as maintained by Sellers in accordance with past practice.