MRC stands for monthly recurring charge. These are the charges you'll see on your bill on a monthly basis.
NRC stands for non-recurring charge, which are only one-time expenses. It's important to identify all MRCs and confirm whether or not they should be recurring charges or not.
Clarity on both MRC and NRC is essential in helping your telecom expense management.
Simply put, MRC stands for monthly recurring charge. These are charges you'll see on your bill every month. NRC stands for non-recurring charge. But it's important to be able to recognize both kinds of charges when they show up on your bill. If a charge appears in the MRC category that you believed was a one-time expense, such as an upgrade fee, it might be the result of a mistake made by the provider.