USA Voice & Data's non-exclusive strategic relationships with leading ILEC's allows them to guarantee the lowest rates on service.
Chicago, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2012 -- An incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC), is a local telephone company in the United States that was in existence at the time of the break-up of AT&T into the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs), also known as the "Baby Bells." The ILEC is the former Bell System or Independent Telephone Company responsible for providing local telephone exchange services in a specified geographic area. ILECs now compete with competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC).
For many circuit types ILECs are typically responsible for delivering and maintaining the "last mile" of connectivity from the local Central Office (CO) to the client premise, both for their own clients circuits and also for their CLEC competitors' clients' circuits.
With the gradual reconsolidation of the RBOCs and ILECs there are now only three ILECs remaining:
USA Voice & Data has strong relationships and guarantees the most competitive service pricing with each of these ILECs. AT&T Service in Chicago, Verizon Service in Chicago, and CenturyLink Service in Chicago.
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