Monday, September 10, 2007

Verizon Business Adds Pricing Option for Wholesale IP Termination Services

Verizon Business introduced a new pricing option that provides wholesale customers with a detailed breakdown of the rates that are used to calculate the customers' monthly bills for Verizon Business' network services.

The new pricing option, Operating Company Number (OCN)-Based Billing, provides rates based on the underlying local exchange carrier (LEC) and geographic region for delivering voice and IP calls over the Verizon Business global network.

Verizon Business said this new option enables wholesale customers to better manage costs and pinpoint key markets in which to sell their services.

This new pricing choice applies to Carrier IP Termination SIP, Carrier IP Termination Transport and SIP Gateway Service long-distance calls; U.S. and non-U.S.-based toll-free calls; traditional long-distance calls; and international calls from the U.S.

With the introduction of OCN-Based Billing, Verizon Business wholesale pricing plans now include a range of options such as Transcend pricing, introduced in November 1995 as the first product to unbundle charges for long-distance transport and local exchange carrier charges; postalized Classic pricing; and Access-Based Billing pricing.


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