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Seemed like there were a lot of Tennessee Telephone Company Inc. offices around Nashville TN with ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches. So seems like this off hook tone covers Nashville TN. I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone this is and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. Thank you.
5 Feb 2017
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How much of Memphis has this off hook tone? I saw that there was some Telephone Companies with ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches. So how much of Memphis had this off hook tone? Please let me know. Thank you.
27 Jan 2017
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How many Tennessee Telephone Company Inc. offices were there in Tennessee with this off hook tone and with ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches? I looked on a website and saw there were a lot. I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone this is and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. Thank you.
27 Jan 2017
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Was this the step by step tones after finishing a call for United Telephone Company in Chapil Hill TN? they had ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches. but did they have this step by step tones after finishing a call? I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone this is and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. Thank you.
27 Jan 2017
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Was this the step by step tones for United Telephone Company in Chapil Hill TN? THey had ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host switches. but did they have this step by step tones? I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone that was and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. Thank you.
27 Jan 2017
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Was this the off hook tone for United Telephone Company in Clapil Hill TN? It said they had ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches. But did they have this off hook tone? I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone this is and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. Thank you.
27 Jan 2017
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Was the step by step tones after finishing a call for all the Tennessee Telephone Company Inc. offices in Tennessee? They all had ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches. But did they all have this step by step tones after finishing a call? I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone this is and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. Thank you.
8 Jan 2017
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Was this the step by step tones for Tennessee Telephone Company Inc. offices? Seeing there were a lot of Tennessee Telephone Company Inc. offices with ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches. It was like my goodness. Was there a lot of that off hook noise? I saw it on here website . I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone this is and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. Thank you.
8 Jan 2017
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Did all the Tennessee Telephone Company Inc. offices have this off hook tone? I saw there were several Tennessee Telephone Company. Inc offices in Tennessee with ATT/Philps Tel 5ESS-PBX Host Switches. But did they all have this off hook tone? I still wanna know what kind of off hook tone this is and what the technical name for this off hook tone is. Please let me know. THank you.
8 Jan 2017
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Telephone companies in different countries use a variety of international telecoms routes to send traffic to each other. These can be legal (or 'white') routes or other arrangements the industry calls grey routes, special carrier arrangements, settlement by-pass and other euphemisms.A white route is, in the telecommunication business, is a route where both source and destination are legal termination. This is opposed to a black route, which is a route that is illegal in both ends. Also common in telecom (especially Voip) is the term grey route, which defines a route that is legal for one country or the party on one end, but illegal on the alternative end.Voice calls can be compressed and packaged into voice over Ip packets and sent over the public Internetor a more direct IP-bas data link, thus by-passing the conventional telephone routes into a country.A carrier receives calls in country A, turns them into IP packets using an IP gateway device and sends them over the Internet to another carrier or ISP in country B, which re-assembles the voice call and sends it out from a PBX. The cost to the carrier is the cost of a local call in the receiving country, not of an international call in the sending country.
24 Jun 2013
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Telephone companies in different countries use a variety of international telecoms routes to send traffic to each other. These can be legal (or 'white') routes or other arrangements the industry calls grey routes, special carrier arrangements, settlement by-pass and other euphemisms.A white route is, in the telecommunication business, is a route where both source and destination are legal termination. This is opposed to a black route, which is a route that is illegal in both ends. Also common in telecom (especially Voip) is the term grey route, which defines a route that is legal for one country or the party on one end, but illegal on the alternative end.Voice calls can be compressed and packaged into voice over Ip packets and sent over the public Internetor a more direct IP-bas data link, thus by-passing the conventional telephone routes into a country.A carrier receives calls in country A, turns them into IP packets using an IP gateway device and sends them over the Internet to another carrier or ISP in country B, which re-assembles the voice call and sends it out from a PBX. The cost to the carrier is the cost of a local call in the receiving country, not of an international call in the sending country.
24 Jun 2013
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5 Jan 2013
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Telephone companies in different countries use a variety of international telecoms routes to send traffic to each other. These can be legal (or 'white') routes or other arrangements the industry calls grey routes, special carrier arrangements, settlement by-pass and other euphemisms.A white route is, in the telecommunication business, is a route where both source and destination are legal termination. This is opposed to a black route, which is a route that is illegal in both ends. Also common in telecom (especially Voip) is the term grey route, which defines a route that is legal for one country or the party on one end, but illegal on the alternative end.Voice calls can be compressed and packaged into voice over Ip packets and sent over the public Internetor a more direct IP-bas data link, thus by-passing the conventional telephone routes into a country.A carrier receives calls in country A, turns them into IP packets using an IP gateway device and sends them over the Internet to another carrier or ISP in country B, which re-assembles the voice call and sends it out from a PBX. The cost to the carrier is the cost of a local call in the receiving country, not of an international call in the sending country.
16 Oct 2012
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Telephone companies in different countries use a variety of international telecoms routes to send traffic to each other. These can be legal (or 'white') routes or other arrangements the industry calls grey routes, special carrier arrangements, settlement by-pass and other euphemisms.A white route is, in the telecommunication business, is a route where both source and destination are legal termination. This is opposed to a black route, which is a route that is illegal in both ends. Also common in telecom (especially Voip) is the term grey route, which defines a route that is legal for one country or the party on one end, but illegal on the alternative end.Voice calls can be compressed and packaged into voice over Ip packets and sent over the public Internetor a more direct IP-bas data link, thus by-passing the conventional telephone routes into a country.A carrier receives calls in country A, turns them into IP packets using an IP gateway device and sends them over the Internet to another carrier or ISP in country B, which re-assembles the voice call and sends it out from a PBX. The cost to the carrier is the cost of a local call in the receiving country, not of an international call in the sending country.
16 Oct 2012
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Telephone companies in different countries use a variety of international telecoms routes to send traffic to each other. These can be legal (or 'white') routes or other arrangements the industry calls grey routes, special carrier arrangements, settlement by-pass and other euphemisms.A white route is, in the telecommunication business, is a route where both source and destination are legal termination. This is opposed to a black route, which is a route that is illegal in both ends. Also common in telecom (especially Voip) is the term grey route, which defines a route that is legal for one country or the party on one end, but illegal on the alternative end.Voice calls can be compressed and packaged into voice over Ip packets and sent over the public Internetor a more direct IP-bas data link, thus by-passing the conventional telephone routes into a country.A carrier receives calls in country A, turns them into IP packets using an IP gateway device and sends them over the Internet to another carrier or ISP in country B, which re-assembles the voice call and sends it out from a PBX. The cost to the carrier is the cost of a local call in the receiving country, not of an international call in the sending country.
16 Oct 2012
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