Definition Edit

'Interexchange services are

generally services between local exchanges in different geographic areas (local access transport areas, otherwise known as LATAs). Traditionally, these have been commonly called long-distance services.[1]

References Edit

  1. See Union Tel. Co. v. Qwest Corp., 2004 WL 4960741, at *2 (D. Wyo. Sept. 3, 2004) at 2 ("long distance" (also known as "toll" or "interexchange") service refers to service offered to subscribers that permits them to place (or originate) calls that terminate outside of their local calling area).

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