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Anatomy of an Agent Agreement

Agents depend upon a limited number of contractual relationships, whether with one or more underlying carriers or master agents, for their financial viability. Yet, all too often, agents fail to understand their core contracts and neglect to invest adequate resources and upfront time in contract negotiation and formation. Major carriers, with which agents often contract, […]

Vibrant Launches ViewLogic7

Vibrant Solutions launched ViewLogic7 at Billing and OSS World 2004, a new version of its cost-management software for carrier-to-carrier interconnection and access issues, and revenue assurance, designed to reduce operational expenditures through accelerated invoice processing, faster dispute handling and better user productivity. ViewLogic7 provides end-to-end automation for invoice processing, including a centralized management system for […]

Wholesale Channel: NextWave, FCC Settle Dispute Over PCS Licenses

Posted: 1/2002 Wholesale Channel NextWave, FCC Settle Dispute Over PCS Licenses By Khali HendersonNextWave Telecom Inc. announced Nov. 16 it had reached an agreement with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and numerous wireless service providers to resolve a long-standing dispute over PCS licenses the would-be carrier’s carrier held. The […]

Wholesale Channel: Five-Year Dispute Over PCS Licenses Likely to End

Posted: 11/2001 Wholesale Channel Five-Year Dispute Over PCS Licenses Likely to End By Khali Henderson In what could be the final chapter in the ongoing dispute over its ownership of certain PCS licenses, would-be carrier’s carrier NextWave Telecom Inc. was negotiating a settlement with the Federal Communications Commission and the major wireless carriers that won […]

Five-Year Dispute Over PCS Licenses Likely to End

Posted: 11/2001 Wholesale Channel Five-Year Dispute Over PCS Licenses Likely to End By Khali Henderson In what could be the final chapter in the ongoing dispute over its ownership of certain PCS licenses, would-be carrier’s carrier NextWave Telecom Inc. was negotiating a settlement with the Federal Communications Commission and the major wireless carriers that won […]

Entering the Third Phase of Regulation

Posted:  01/2000 Entering the Third Phase of Regulation By Kim Sunderland It follows naturally that after the spring comes summer; after the rain comes sunshine; after pregnancy comes birth; and after life comes death. The world of telecom regulation isn’t any different. Because the rules of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 are law and the […]

Carrier Contracts: A Minefield of Avoidable Risk

Posted: 08/1999 Carrier Contracts: A Minefield of Avoidable Risk By Neil S. Ende Carrier agreements are intended to set forth the terms and conditions under which resellers purchase the essential commodity of their business: telecommunications services. Sadly, however, it is a rare instance when the reseller has read or truly understands the essential terms and […]

Expect No Mercy

Posted: 09/1998 Expect No Mercy Subscription Fraudsters Are Formidable Foes By Mario McCash Subscription fraudsters come in all types, and prey upon service providers eager to welcome new customers in a highly competitive market. What’s your secret weapon? One of the most pernicious of all telecommunications fraud is subscription fraud, whereby the subscriber has no […]

The Questions

Posted: 03/1998 By Larry Leikin The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), in an attempt to solve the problem of slamming, has ordered that every interexchange carrier (IXC), competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) and incumbent LEC (ILEC) respond to a 21-question survey of verification procedures and primary interexchange carrier (PIC) dispute experience. All carriers certified in […]

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