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Re: [Anveo] A local number is long distance to dial, why?
Ah, that is a very good point.
It should be a local call because it is an [adjacent] rate center still within the local calling area.
In most of California apart from these rural areas, the situation is:
*Local calling (same rate center or possibly an adjacent rate center)
*ZUM-3 (typically 13-16 miles in metro areas, used by AT&T and VZ)
*Local/Regional toll (Intra-LATA)
*Long distance (Inter-LATA)