Green and Apportioned Numbers
The toll-free number (800 area code) is a telephone service that allows calls to be received from all over the country through a single non-geographic telephone number, with the cost charged entirely to the called party.
Distributed Number (with prefix 840 or 848) is a telephony service that allows calls to be received from all over the country through a single telephone numbering, with call charges split between caller and called party:
848 split number: the caller from landline is charged a fixed fee (click) plus a variable fee (per minute) according to the price of a local call according to the rate plan applied to the caller.
Divided Number 840: The caller from landline is charged a fixed fee (click) according to the limits imposed by the PNN (€ 0.1000 + VAT).
- Number Portability of Green and Distributed Numbers of Telecom Italia, Eutelia, Fastweb, BT and Colt.
- Call Timing: allows calls to be routed to the Toll Free or Allocated Number on different locations based on time of day, day of the week or year (vacations, vacations, etc.).
- Call Filtering: allows you to define a list of area codes and/or numbers (landline or mobile) from which you do not want to receive calls to the Number
- Green or Shared, or a list of area codes/numbers from which you wish to receive calls to the Green or Shared Number.
The User is connected to the Cabinet (or Distribution Cabinet) via the copper pair in VDSL2 technology. The Cabinet is then bound to the Fiber Optic reference station. Finally, the circuit is transported through the private backhauling network and delivered to Timenet’s NOC in Milan, Italy, from where it accesses the Internet.
fiber VDSL FTTC operating diagram
Fiber 30, 50, 100 and 10/10 connections are issued to the user with VDSL2 Rate Adaptive technology, i.e., the actual speed of the connection adapts according to the line quality parameters: distance between the customer’s location and the cabinet, copper quality, etc.
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