private line service

private line service

[′prī·vət ¦līn ‚sər·vəs]
(communications)
Service provided by United States common carriers engaged in domestic or international wire, radio, and cable communications for the intercity communications purposes of a customer; this service is provided over integrated communications pathways, including facilities or local channels, which are integrated components of intercity private line services, and station equipment between specified locations for a continuous period or for regularly recurring periods at stated hours.
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