traffic aggregator

traffic aggregator

(1) An organization that combines traffic such as telephone calls or data services from a variety of companies or individuals to obtain a bulk rate. Hotels, hospitals and payphone providers are examples. See also content aggregator.

(2) An organization or individual that purchases defunct domain names and redirects users that still refer to them to some other site.
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There are two additional sections: Emerging User Alternatives, which includes bypass and developments in emerging wireless services; and New Issues and Concerns, which includes operator service providers and traffic aggregators, privacy in electronic communications, fee structure, and coping with a changing regulatory environment.

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