Definition Edit

Interconnection fees are

fees that the operator of one network (e.g. a telephone system) must pay another network operator to in order to connect to that network. The connection might be to terminate a call initiated on the former network (usually charged on a per call basis), or to access the international Internet backbone (usually a lump-sum charge).[1]

References Edit

  1. Information Technologies Group Center for International Development at Harvard University, Glossary (full-text).

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