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Voice services local overview

Voice Services/Local Overview

September 24, 2004


Voice services local overview1

Voice Services/Local Overview

  • Service Description

  • Vital Statistics

  • Coverage Areas

  • Network Diagrams

  • Features & Benefits

  • Customer Requirements

  • Applications

  • Pricing Structure

  • Why Broadwing is Your Solution


Service description

Service Description

  • Robust local services portfolio providing dial tone and enhanced services across major US markets

    Supports:

    • Digital T1

      • Multiple configurations

        • DOD T1

        • DID T1

        • Channelized DIOD

    • ISDN PRI

      • 23B +1D Channel

      • 64K throughput

      • Present Company Name and Number to PSTN

      • Calling Number Delivery (Caller ID)


Vital statistics

Vital Statistics

  • Multiple tandem architecture

  • Transport diverse design

  • Direct end-office trunking

  • Engineered for network reliability

  • Congestion-free trunking

  • Strong service level agreements

  • Premier customer service

  • Extensive rate center coverage


Coverage areas

Coverage Areas

  • Local presence in top 23 Tier 1 markets

  • Represent 95%+ of theaddressable business lines in all served LATA’s

  • Provides rate center coverage acrossthe LATA

  • Facilities-based, transport diverse carrier


Network architecture

Network Architecture


Local market coverage

Local Market Coverage

CT LATA 920203, 475, 860, 959

NY LATA 132212, 516, 718, 914, 646, 917, 347, 631, 845

N. NJ LATA 224201, 732, 908, 973, 646, 631

LATA 674206, 253, 360, 425

LATA 128617, 508, 978, 781, 857, 774, 351, 339

LATA 340 248, 313, 517, 586, 734, 810, 278, 679, 947

LATA 628612, 651, 763, 952

LATA 320216, 440

LATA 358312, 847, 630, 708, 773, 815, 219, 224

LATA 722369, 415, 510, 408, 650, 707, 831, 925

N. Virginia LATA 236202, 301, 703, 540, 571, 240, 410, 443

Baltimore LATA 238301, 240, 410, 443

Philly, S. NJ, & DE LATA 228 AND 222215, 267, 484, 445, 610, 302, 609, 856, 835

Philly LATA 220

609

LATA 552214, 254, 469, 817, 903, 940, 972, 682

LATA 438404, 678, 770, 706

LATA 730213, 310, 323, 562, 626, 714, 760, 805, 818, 909, 949, 951, 661

LATA 560281, 409, 713, 832, 936, 979

LATA 460305, 786, 954, 561, 754, 772

**Note--Some area codes may cross LATA boundaries which may result in off-market billing


Local switching network

Local Switching Network


Features benefits summary

Features & Benefits Summary

Digital T1


Features benefits summary1

Features & Benefits Summary

ISDN PRI


Customer requirements

Customer Requirements

  • Customer must have a digital PBX

  • Digital T-1 requires a T-1 interface card on a customer PBX

  • ISDN PRI requires a PRI interface card on a customer PBX


Applications

Applications

  • Direct Outward Dial (DOD)

    • Replace existing ILEC/CLEC trunks for outbound local, toll and LD, etc.

  • Direct Inward Dial (DID)

    • Delivers inbound traffic directly to station

  • Direct Inward/Outward Dial (DIOD)

    • Guarantee a specific number of channels to be either inbound/outbound

  • Direct Inward/Outward Dial w/Direct Inward Dial (DIOD with DID)

    • Route calls through an attendant or directly to individual stations


Applications1

Applications

  • ISDN PRI

    • Telecommuting

      • Offers greater throughput and increases productivity

    • Inbound Call Centers

      • Caller ID can be used with screen prompts to greet caller by name

    • Supports both voice and data

    • Supports enhanced 911 (e911)

    • Video Conferencing


Applications2

Applications

  • Inbound Redirect Services

    • Inbound routing application allowing call centers and other customers to reroute their inbound calls to another number in the event of a disabled T1, PBX, or overflow scenario


Pricing structure

Pricing Structure

  • Monthly Recurring Charges

    • T1/PRI

    • DID Rates

    • Optional Features - (inbound/outbound ANI over T1, CNAMD, Inbound Redirect, D Channel Sharing, etc)

  • Usage Charges

    • Standard Local, Toll, Long Distance & Toll Free usage rates

  • Non-Recurring Charges

    • Circuit installation charge: - per customer, per PRI

    • DID Rates


Why broadwing is your solution

Why Broadwing is Your Solution

  • Multiple tandem architecture and direct end office trunking

  • Engineered for the utmost redundancy

  • One vendor, one point of contact, multiple services

  • Provides feature-rich services your business need at competitive rates that fit your budget

  • Competitive rate structures

  • High customer satisfaction ratings

  • 60% fewer trouble tickets than the ILEC

  • Strong SLAs


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