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the term basic serving arrangement (BSA) has the following
meanings: 1. The fundamental tariffed switching and transmission
(and other) services that an operating company must provide to an
enhanced service provider (ESP) to connect with its customers
through the company network. 2. In an open-network-architecture
context, the fundamental underlying connection of an enhanced
service provider (ESP) to and through the operating company's
network including an ESP access link, the features and functions
associated with that access link at the central office serving the
ESP and/or other offices, and the transport (dedicated or switched)
within the network that completes the connection from the ESP to
the central office serving its customers or to capabilities
associated with the customer's complementary network services. Each
component may have a number of categories of network
characteristics. Within these categories of network characteristics
are alternatives from among which the customer must choose.
Examples of BSA components are ESP access link, transport and/or
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