Regional Toll Call Regional toll calls are calls that reach beyond your local calling area, but remain within the Verizon regional toll area.
Your local calling area and extended calling area are determined by your service plan and by regional boundaries called LATA (Local Access Transport Area) that are drawn by the federal government. Because of their proximity to the local calling area, regional toll calls are not regarded as long distance calls. However, since regional toll calls connect in areas beyond the local calling area, they are treated as a unique type of call. Regional toll calling areas vary from region to region Please consult the Consumer Guide section of your local phone directory for information about regional toll calling areas. Additional Information about Regional Toll Calling Areas In Connecticut, the toll calling area of Bryam and Greenwich includes Metropolitan New York. Additional Information about Regional Toll Calling Areas The Washington D.C. metropolitan regional toll calling area includes Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland. Calling area information is based on the state or area code and telephone number and plan information you provide. In the event of a discrepancy between the information and the applicable tariff, the tariff terms shall prevail. Not all services are available in all areas. If calling area information is not available, contact Verizon for more details.
See also: Related Calling Area Information topics