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LEC

(lɛk)
n acronym for
(Commerce) Local Enterprise Company. See Training Agency
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NEXCOM has also changed the way non-holiday phone calls are made when using the NEX phone card and local access numbers.
Local access will be available in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.
Pacific Bell has introduced two significant upgrades to its consumer Internet dial-up service: personal home pages and a new series of local access numbers including a toll-free line for Santa Clarita.
As an example that could have implications for other states, Governor Mario Cuomo's Long-Term Care Local Access Bill, currently before the New York State legislature, proposes to create a flexible, cost-effective long-term care system.
Although the local access market still is not completely open to competition, we knew there were some competitive local access providers that could offer us similar cost advantages to those we were enjoying from our carriers.
ARRIS (NASDAQ:ARRS), a global communications technology leader in the development of advanced cable telephony solutions and next generation high speed data across the broadband local access network, today announced that they will release fourth quarter 2006 financial results after the market close on Thursday, February 15, 2007.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- Metrobility Optical Systems today announced that Local Access Communications, a competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) in Lewis County, Washington, is utilizing Metrobility's Radiance technology to deliver optical Ethernet for both high speed Internet access as well as metropolitan virtual local area networks (VLAN) to local businesses in the Centralia, Washington area.
The country's two largest on-line services, America Online and CompuServe, do not offer local access numbers to a vast majority of Santa Clarita Valley, despite its 150,000 residents.
Telecom New Zealand maintains a stranglehold on the local access market in fixed-line voice and broadband.
Valor Telecommunications Southwest, LLC, announced today that the company has completed transactions to acquire 420,000 local access lines in New Mexico and Texas, and has assumed operational control of the lines.
Phil Mittelman, executive director of Los Angeles Free-Net, said the eastern portion of Ventura County previously did not have a local access telephone number for users to dial into the system.
The combined fixed network voice and local access market displayed negative growth for the first time in 2006.