MSA & Geographic Zone Data for Pricing, Density, and Maintenance and Repair Intervals
CenturyLink provides specific information to aid customers in determining pricing, density, product availability, and provisioning/repair intervals. These are provided in several formats including Geographic Deaveraged Zone Tables, Network Identified Wire Center, Rate Centers Maps by Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) Zones and Rural Statistical Area (RSA) Zones, and Interval Tables for Network Wire Centers.
- Geographic Deaveraged Zones by Wire Center
- Network Identified Wire Center
- Rate Center Maps
- Service Intervals by Network Wire Center
Geographic Deaveraged Zones by Wire Center
Geographic Deaveraged Zones are applicable to specific product offerings and determined by each state commission. See Geographic Deaveraging - General Information for additional information.
Select the state below to view Geographic Deaveraged Zones by Wire Center:
- North Dakota
- New Mexico
- South Dakota
Network Identified Wire Center
The Network Identified Wire Center table provides information to relate CenturyLink's Wire Centers by Metropolitan Statistical Area and CenturyLink designated zones. The table can be used to determine provisioning and maintenance intervals.
Rate Center Maps
Rate Center Maps display geographic coverage in Legacy Qwest's 14-State Local Service Territory. These wire center maps are displayed as MSA and RSA zones by state.
The Distribution Area (DA) Map is at a wire center level and used to determine which DAs serve a particular area. The DA Map also contains the DA number that is needed on the order form.
Determine service area coverage within Legacy Qwest's 14 state local service territory by viewing the Distribution Area (DA) Maps. DA Maps are displayed by selecting a state and a wire center.
Service Intervals for Maintenance and Repair
The Wholesale Service Interval Guides for Resale, Unbundled Network Elements (UNEs), and Interconnection Services provide details on CenturyLink's intervals for maintenance and repair based on network wire centers. See the Service Interval Guide for this information.
Last Update: August 8, 2011