access charge

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access charge

The charge imposed by a communications service or telephone company for the use of its network.
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Quote Access Payment ("QAP"[TM]) One Statement service was introduced to provide real-time transparency of trading costs for market participants, control of access fees and rebates by individual liquidity providers and provide factoring services to participating broker-dealer firms.
The state-owned developer has reportedly been talking to homeowners over access fees to pools in exchange for a cut in service fees.
In a reasonably competitive market, ATM operators would set access fees at a level reflecting the cost of obtaining the network services and other inputs necessary to complete the transaction," the plaintiffs wrote in their complaint.
The CEO of the airport Russell Balding said that the access fees discouraged people from using public transport to get to Green Square, Mascot and the Domestic and International Terminals.
Devgen receives upfront technology access fees and research funding, and is eligible for research and commercial milestone payments and royalties on commercial products.
3 billion yen as access fees received declined a sharp 10.
The new access fees are scheduled to take effect Jan.
Extend for five years or make permanent the moratorium on taxing Internet access fees, and fails to include a clear definition of access fees despite multiple definitions offered by the state and local public interest groups.
NET plan calls for Redmond to move its software to a service-based model, where users pay monthly or usage-based access fees rather than purchasing unlimited use licenses as is common today.
Aside from delays, carriers are being denied access outright or being asked to pay high access fees.
Dark Match pricing is effective June 2 and subscribers should note that access fees and liquidity rebates for displayed orders at BATS remain unchanged.
12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Visa and MasterCard are the targets of a proposed national class action lawsuit filed today claiming that the card issuers' rules fix the price of ATM access fees, a restraint of trade the suit claims violates the antitrust laws.