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Glossary:Inter-Exchange Common Carrier

Also known as an IXC. Any individual, partnership, association, joint-stock company, trust, governmental entity, or corporation that is engaged for hire in interstate or foreign communication by wire or radio, between two or more exchanges.
A long-distance telephone company/carrier that offers circuit-switched, leased-line, or packet-switched long-distance service, or a combination of the three.


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