Outbound Long Distance includes U.S. domestic and international outbound calls placed outside of the local calling area. When a caller dials a one, followed by an area code and a seven-digit local telephone number, the "one" tells the local switch that the call is a long-distance call. The switch sends the call to the appropriate carrier, which transports the call to the local carrier determined by the area code, and the local carrier terminates the call to the end-user using the seven-digit telephone number. The billing system, IBRS, provides the advantage of combining voice, data, and Internet on one invoice.
Refer to Cost Table 1.2 for additional details along with rates and charges.
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