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Subscriber Line Charge Database Expanded to Include Canada

Monday, October 14, 2013

Tele-Tech Services has added data for Canadian telecom service providers to our Subscriber Line Charge Database.

This database of the monthly rates charged by service providers is used for billing, auditing, and by other service providers as competitive information.

While the data set has been popular among our clients for many years, data for business lines from 50 Canadian service providers was released this month.

For additional information, including a list of service providers included, please contact Kim Russo at 843-879-5030 or krusso@kfrservices.com.


New Country Code – South Sudan 211

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Tele-Tech has completed implementing into its databases the new country code for South Sudan. International dialing code 211 went into effect July 2012, a year after being assigned by the International Telecommunication Union.

The Republic of South Sudan gained independence in 2011, which makes the new country code even more meaningful for its citizens.

Click here to view a copy of the notification.


MTA IQ Delivery Change

Friday, July 27, 2012

Effective September 1, 2012, the delivery date for MTA IQ updates from Tele-Tech Services will change from the 28th day of the month to the 30th.

MTA IQ allows you to operate with a true view of access-billable and non-access-billable wireless traffic. By associating each NPA-NXX with the correct Major Trading area (MTA), MTA IQ provides accurate wireless jurisdiction information per the FCC’s rules.

Contact Customer Service if you have questions, custserv@telecomdb.com or 800-433-6181.


Tele-Tech Data Changes

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Tele-Tech researchers report more than 19,000 changes to the End User Common Line (EUCL) charge database in July.

Major changes usually occur in January and July, although some of the changes this month can be attributed to the Universal Service Fund/Intercarrier Compensation Transformation Order.

The following states had changes to Subscriber Line Charges (SLC) for business or residential rates:

  • Alabama: AT&T residential rates
  • California: Frontier residential rates
  • Idaho: Frontier and Qwest business rates
  • Illinois: AT&T business rates
  • Michigan: Frontier North residential rates
  • New Mexico: Qwest business and residential rates
  • Texas:  Verizon business rates
  • Utah: Qwest business and residential rates
  • Virginia: Verizon business and residential rates

Updates to the EUCL and SLC databases are scheduled to be shipped at the end of July.

Extended Area Service (EAS) files were shipped July 17. EAS changes include local files in Ohio owned by Telephone Service Company and New Knoxville Telephone Company. The rate centers Wapakoneta and Cridersville now have local calling to New Knoxville and 17 additional rate centers.  The New Knoxville rate center can now call Wapakoneta locally. These changes will affect the output of the Localizers for Ohio.

Qwest increased local operator service charges in Idaho. Those files were shipped earlier this month.

AT&T states (formerly known as Bell South) saw an increase in the non-recurring service charge for business installations in all but Louisiana, which is currently $85.00. The service charge increased to $75 in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Contact Customer Service if you have any questions, custserv@telecomdb.com or 800-433-6181.


Tele-Tech Customer Service Report

Friday, April 6, 2012

Look out for major updates in the next installment of Localizers. Tele-Tech researchers report that New York, South Carolina and Texas all had local changes affecting residential plans. Rate center changes in Oregon, Maryland, Missouri and Canada also impacted local files.

Regarding rates, AT&T continues to increase subscriber line charges, with changes occurring in California, Michigan, Missouri and former Bell South states Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina and Tennessee.

CenturyLink also raised subscriber line charges in Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wisconsin.

Verizon increased subscriber line charges in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Citizen/Frontier raised subscriber line charges in Illinois, Iowa, New Mexico, New York and Wisconsin.

Contact Customer Service if you have any questions, custserv@telecomdb.com or 800-433-6181.


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