Interconnection Agreement (ICA)
Traditionally, an Interconnection Agreement (ICA) is a regulated contract between telecommunications carriers for the purpose of interconnecting their networks and passing traffic on the PSTN. More commonly, it describes contractual agreements between service providers that define the controlling terms of traffic exchange between those services providers.
How Bandwidth is Involved with ICA
Bandwidth interconnects with other communications companies to originate and terminate voice and messaging services.
What Are the Benefits of Bandwidth’s ICA
Interconnection Agreements allow Bandwidth to receive and deliver calls domestically and internationally for our customers.
Where We Talk About ICA
On our site
Terms Related to ICA
- Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
- REST APIs
- Mobile Originated (MO) Message
- Mobile Terminated (MT) Message
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Our lawyers have asked us to remind you that, in the event of any conflict between these defined terms and the defined terms included in any agreement between you and Bandwidth, the agreement controls.
“Bandwidth” refers to Bandwidth Inc. and/or Bandwidth.com CLEC, LLC.