In 1984, the court-ordered divestiture of AT&T led to a new opportunity for UDP

The divestiture resulted in the need for inter-carrier compensation. UDP became a provider of carrier access billing services (CABS) and began generating bills to charge inter-exchange carriers for originating and terminating access to local telecommunications networks. This service has evolved into what is now Access Billing.

2016-12-16T04:39:16+00:00June 17th, 1984|History|