UNE Combination definition

UNE Combination means a combination of two (2) or more Unbundled Network Elements that were or were not previously combined or connected in Qwest's network, as required by the FCC, the Commission or this Agreement.
UNE Combination means a combination of two (2) or more Unbundled Network Elements that were or were not previously combined or connected in CenturyLink's network, as required by the FCC, the Commission or this Agreement.
UNE Combination means a combination of unbundled network elements provided for in this Agreement.

Examples of UNE Combination in a sentence

  • CLEC will be required to provide the CFA (Connecting Facility Assignment) of CLEC's network demarcation (e.g., Collocation or multiplexing facilities) for each UNE, UNE Combination, or wholesale service when requesting Qwest to perform the Commingling of such services.

  • Qwest shall not deny access to a UNE on the grounds that the UNE or UNE Combination shares part of Qwest’s network with Access Services.

  • If no rate is identified in this Agreement for an UNE, Combination or Other Service that is required to be a TELRIC-compliant rate, the rate will be a TELRIC-compliant rate set by the Commission, or if no such rate has been set by a Commission, AT&T shall propose an interim TELRIC- compliant rate based upon a cost study that AT&T will provide upon request from NuVox.

  • If CLEC desires access to a different UNE Combination, CLEC may request access through the Special Request Process set forth in this Agreement.

  • The rates for each UNE, Combination and Other Services are set forth in the Pricing Schedule.

  • The quality of a UNE Combination Qwest provides, as well as the access provided to that UNE Combination, will be equal between all Carriers requesting access to that UNE Combination; and, where Technically Feasible, the access and UNE Combination provided by Qwest will be provided in "substantially the same time and manner" to that which Qwest provides to itself.

  • The rates for each UNE, Combination and Other Service are set forth in the Pricing Schedule.

  • To the extent that CLEC requests Qwest to commingle a UNE or a UNE Combination with one or more facilities or services that CLEC has obtained at wholesale from Qwest pursuant to a method other than unbundling under Section 251(c)(3) of the Act, Qwest will not be required to bill that wholesale circuit at multiple rates, otherwise known as ratcheting.

  • To the extent that CLEC requests Qwest to commingle a UNE or a UNE Combination with one or more facilities or services that CLEC has obtained at wholesale from Qwest pursuant to a method other than unbundling under Section 251(c)(3) of the Act, Qwest will not be required to xxxx that wholesale circuit at multiple rates, otherwise known as ratcheting.

  • If CenturyLink develops additional UNE Combination products, CLEC can order such products without using the Special Request Process, but CLEC may need to submit a New Customer Questionnaire and execute an amendment before ordering such products.


More Definitions of UNE Combination

UNE Combination means a combination of Unbundled Network Elements provided for in this Agreement.
UNE Combination means a preexisting combination of legally binding and effective Section 251(c)(3) Unbundled Network Elements that have been defined to meet the necessary and impair requirements of Section 251(d)(1). UNE Combinations are provided to CO-PROVIDER in its preexisting combined state, and on an “as is” basis, and at Section 252(d)(1) rates. UNE Combinations include UNE-P and Private Line Combinations when used to provide aSignificant Amount of Local Exchange Traffic.”
UNE Combination means a combination of legally binding and effective Section 251(c)(3) unbundled network elements that have been defined to meet the necessary and impair requirements of Section 251(d)(1). UNE Combinations are provided to CLEC in a combination of combined state, on an “as is” basis, and at Section 252(d)(1) rates. UNE combinations include UNE-P and Private Line Combinations.
UNE Combination means a combination of two (2) or more Unbundled Network Elements that were or were not previously combined or connected in Malheur's network, as required by the FCC, the Commission or this Agreement.
UNE Combination means a preexisting combination of legally binding and effective Section 251(c)(3) unbundled network elements that have been defined to meet the necessary and impair requirements of Section 251(d)(1). UNE Combinations are provided to CLEC in its preexisting combined state, on an “as is” basis, and at Section 252(d)(1) rates. UNE combinations include UNE-P and Private Line Combinations.

Related to UNE Combination

  • Combination means an event in which the Company consolidates with, mergers with or into, or sells all or substantially all of its assets to another Person, where “Person” means any individual, corporation, partnership, joint venture, limited liability company, association, joint-stock company, trust, unincorporated organization, government or any agency or political subdivision thereof or any other entity; (ii) In the event of (x) a Combination where consideration to the holders of Common Stock in exchange for their shares is payable solely in cash or (y) the dissolution, liquidation or winding-up of the Company, the Holders shall be entitled to receive, upon surrender of their Warrant, distributions on an equal basis with the holders of Common Stock or other securities issuable upon exercise of the Warrant, as if the Warrant had been exercised immediately prior to such event, less the Exercise Price. In case of any Combination described in this Section 4, the surviving or acquiring Person and, in the event of any dissolution, liquidation or winding-up of the Company, the Company, shall deposit promptly with an agent or trustee for the benefit of the Holders of the funds, if any, necessary to pay to the Holders the amounts to which they are entitled as described above. After such funds and the surrendered Warrant are received, the Company is required to deliver a check in such amount as is appropriate (or, in the case or consideration other than cash, such other consideration as is appropriate) to such Person or Persons as it may be directed in writing by the Holders surrendering such Warrant.

  • Business Combination means any merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or other similar business combination with one or more businesses, involving the Company.

  • Business Combination Transaction means:

  • Gross combination weight rating means the value specified by the manufacturer as the loaded weight of a combination or articulated vehicle;

  • Business Combination Proposal has the meaning set forth in Section 5.8.

  • Combination carrier means a ship designed to carry either oil or solid cargoes in bulk.

  • Combination Settlement shall have the meaning specified in Section 14.02(a).

  • Organic means coming from or related to organic production;

  • Reorganization Event has the meaning specified in Section 5.6(b).

  • Loop Concentrator/Multiplexer or "LCM" is the Network Element that does one or more of the following: aggregates lower bit rate or bandwidth signals to higher bit rate or bandwidth signals (multiplexing); disaggregates higher bit rate or bandwidth signals to lower bit rate or bandwidth signals (demultiplexing); aggregates a specified number of signals or channels to fewer channels (concentrating); performs signal conversion, including encoding of signals (e.g., analog to digital and digital to analog signal conversion); or in some instances performs electrical to optical (E/O) conversion. LCM includes DLC, and D4 channel banks and may be located in Remote Terminals or Central Offices.

  • Divestiture means any transaction or event that the Board specifies as a Divestiture under Section 10.5.

  • Reclassification means the upgrading of a position to a higher classification as a result of the gradual increase of the duties being performed by the incumbent in that position.