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Competitive local exchange carrier

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  1. in the United States, is a telecommunications provider company that competes with other, already established carriers (generally the incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC))

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  2. sometimes called a "carrier"

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  3. Local exchange carriers (LECs) are divided into incumbent (ILECs) and competitive (CLECs)

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  4. The ILECs are usually the original, monopoly LEC in a given area, and receive different regulatory treatment from the newer CLECs

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  5. A Data Local Exchange Carrier (DLEC) is a CLEC that specializes in DSL services by leasing lines from the CLEC and reselling them to Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

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