Total element long run incremental cost
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Total element long run incremental cost (TELRIC), is a calculation method that the United States Federal Communications Commission requires incumbent local exchange carriers to use to charge competitive local exchange carriers for interconnection and colocation. It provides a price ceiling for such services.
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