Every National Leased Line consists of two subscriber sections and one core
The subscriber section is the one linking the subscriber’s premises with the
nearest telecommunication exchange. The charge of subscriber section depends on
the speed of the product and the type of subscriber section involved. Where the
customer’s premises and the Cyta telecommunication exchange are housed in the
same building, the line is charged according to subscriber section type A. In
all other cases, where the customer’s premises are within Cyta’s access network,
it is charged according to subscriber section type B. Only in special cases,
where the customer’s premises lie outside Cyta’s network, is subscriber section
type C valid (the charge does not include any additional costs which may arise
and which are payable by the customer).
The core network section is the optical distance between the two furthermost
telecommunication exchanges to which the customer’s premises are linked.
The network section for Leased Lines is divided into four zones as follows:
- Network section 0-5km
- Network Section 5-20km
- Network Section 20-80km
- Network Section of over 80km
The amount charged for the first 5 klm is fixed, while for the additional
distance there is a per kilometre charge.
When the distance between the two telecommunication exchanges linking the
customer’s premises is equal to or less than 800m, no network section charge is
made. Also, there is no network section charge when the two customer’s premises
are less than 800m apart or where they are linked to the same telecommunication
When a Leased Line is leased for a period of less than one month, one month’s
subscription fees are charged.