Definitions Edit

Special access is

a dedicated line from a customer to a long-distance company provided by a local phone company.
[a] service that provides users nonswitched access to local telephone company facilities over dedicated private lines. Special access services require a specified charge that is independent of usage and allow users to access long-distance carriers without paying a contribution to the switched portion of the local telephone company.[1]

References Edit

  1. Telecommunications: Selected Information on Bypass of Local Telephone Companies, at 23.

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