Level 3 And Verizon Agree To Share Cost Of Network Upgrades

That is the way large networks and Internet domains always have interconnected. And it makes sense.

When networks exchange roughly equal amounts of traffic there is no structural problem. When traffic is unequal,  the sending network imposes costs on the receiving network. "Sending network pays" is how it works.

And how it should work, in fairness.

Level 3 And Verizon Sign Interconnect Agreement: Agree To Share Cost Of Network Upgrades http://m.seekingalpha.com/article/3106406?source=ansh $LVLT, $VZ

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