Primary Interexchange Carrier. The carrier designated to automatically carry the long distance call on that specific ANI without the use of an access code. The use of an access code overrides the PIC.
See Primary Interexchange Carrier.
Primary Interexchange Carrier. The long distance company to which traffic is automatically routed when an end user dials 1+ a telephone number.
preferred interexchange carrier
(Primary Interexchange Carrier) When an area converts to equal access, subscriber may select a PIC to provide long distance services.
Presubscribed Interexchange Carrier The IXC you designate to automatically serve your 1+ calls.
(Primary Interexchange Carrier) A primary interLATA Carrier is an Interexchange Carrier designated by a customer to provide interLATA service automatically without requiring the customer to dial a carrier access code.
Primary Interexchange Carrier. PIC code would be code dialed to reach a specific carrier. (7/96)
Primary Interexchange Carrier - The IEC that 1+ calls are routed to. Specified by ANI.
(Presubscribed Interexchange Carrier): PIC codes are 7-digit prefixes which identify US long distance carriers to the local exchange carriers (LEC). This allows the customers to use a different long-distance carriers for separate calls. The PIC code is configured as a prefix to the dialed number. Most PICs are of the format 1010xxx.
Primary Interexchange Carrier. The Primary Long Distance Carrier designation at your LEC so your 1+ long distance calls are automatically routed to your subscribed long distance carrier. The L-PIC is the designation for your intraLATA long distance carrier.
Primary Interexchange Carrier. The long distance toll provider that is chosen by a customer to complete toll calls.
Product Integrated Control. PICs are used in conjunction with the Carrier Comfort Network to control and monitor the operation of Carrier products.
Presubscriber Interexchange Carrier. Commonly referred to as a long distance carrier.
Primary InterLATA Carrier): A designation for a main, or default, long distance company. Although it is an oxymoron, some areas allow an IntraLATA PIC to select a long distance carrier for calls made within the LATA.
Presubscribed Interexchange Carrier. The interexchange carrier (IXC) designated by a consumer to be his or her long distance telephone carrier. A consumer may designate separate PICs for intraLATA and interLATA toll calls if he or she chooses.
Presubscribed Interexhange Carrier. The interexchange carrier (IXC) designated by a consumer to be his or her preferred long distance telephone service provider (i.e., the company that carries long distance calls made when dialing 1 + area code + number). A consumer may designate separate PICs for intra-LATA and inter-LATA toll calls if he or she chooses.
personal information carrier
Primary interexchange carrier. In an equal access environment, the term primary interexchange carrier (PIC) refers to the long distance provider designated by the customer as their preferred long distance provider.
Primary Interchange Carrier. The main long distance carrier used for "1+dialing" through which all interstate long distance toll calls are made.
The IXC presubscribed to a subscriber's telephone line. Common usage is to say. . ." The line is PIC'ed to a carrier." (refer to presubscription)
Primary Inter-Exchange Carrier. a term used to identify the long distance carrier selected by an end-user to carry normally dialed 1+ calls. When an end-user selects a carrier from a ballot, he/she is said to have subscribed or pre-subscribed to a service. The PIC will then receive all interLATA calls dialed on a 1+ basis. Private Branch Exchange (PBX) - A telephone switching system usually located on the premises of a business. PBX encompasses a wide variety of equipment that can provide intra-premises telephone service as well as access to public telephone networks.
resubscriber nterexchange arrier. Commonly referred to as a long distance carrier.