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local access

Retrieving information from the user's computer. See LEC, CLEC, local loop and local drive.
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These local access numbers are not toll-flee," said Mary Morse, personal telecommunications specialist at NEXCOM.
We are excited to offer local access throughout Europe to the PocketMail mobile e-mail service," says PocketMail chief executive David Marchant.
The company also announced 11 new local access Internet numbers in Santa Clarita, Antioch, Modesto, Tracy, Stockton, Napa, Vallejo, Fairfield, Oceanside, Yorba Linda and Capistrano Valley.
Introne characterized the Local Access Bill as "bureaucracy worrying about bureaucracy," calling instead for "much less regulated, much less centrally directed services than we have now.
However, many of the traditional local access carriers still rely on copper cabling.
ARRIS provides broadband local access network operators with innovative optical transport, high-speed data and telephony systems for the delivery of voice, video and data to the home and business.
Local Access is utilizing fiber deployed in their telephony network to provide broadband Ethernet services for Centralia's city government offices.
To avoid toll charges and retain access to a similar service, many residents have chosen Prodigy because it provides a local access number,'' the letter states, referring to the nation's third largest on-line service.
Valor Telecom will own and operate 325,000 local access lines in Texas and 95,000 local access lines in New Mexico.
Free-Net recently received a grant to set up local access nodes for the Los Angeles County area so users won't have to dial a toll number to gain access to the service.
Telecom maintains a stranglehold on the local access market in fixed-line voice and broadband.
a unit of Williams (NYSE: WMB), announced today it is providing carriers with a new wholesale broadband connectivity option, Williams Communications' Wireless Local Access Service.