1 Message Telecommunication Service (Intrastate Intralata Message Toll Tariff) Northwestern Indiana Telephone Company, Inc. (the Company ), pursuant to the provisions in Cause No elects to become a Toll provider. Pursuant to the provisions in Cause No , the Company hereby adopts and concurs in I.U.R.C. Tariff No. T-7, Part I, Section 6 (formerly Indiana Bell Telephone Company Tariff T-7) for Message Telecommunications Service. All rates, charges, terms and conditions of such tariff are applicable to the Company.
2 6. Message Telecommunication Service Subject Index Subject Cancellation for Cause Conference Services Connection with Customer-Provided Recording, Reproducing and Automatic Answering and Recording Equipment Connections of Customer-Provided Terminal Equipment and Communications Systems Connections of other Common Carrier-Provided Communications Systems Definitions Deposits Directory Assistance Service General General Regulations Liability of Telephone Company Limited Conversation Long Distance Directory Assistance Service Obligation of Customer Optional Community Calling Plan Priority of Services Service used for Data-Phone Transmission Special Rate Application Special Reverse Toll Billing Standard Service Offerings Tel-A-Visit All Hours Tel-A-Visit Basic, Expanded, PM Time of Day Two-Point Message Telecommunications Service Value Calling Plan
3 6.1 General Regulations General 6. Message Telecommunication Service The Regulations contained herein are specific to the service involved and in addition to the General Regulations applicable to all services of the Telephone Company Definitions Message toll telephone service is that of furnishing facilities other than and in addition to local facilities for telephone communications between local service areas in accordance with the regulations and system of charges specified in this schedule. The service of furnishing the local facilities required to establish and maintain connection between an exchange station and the toll plant in connection with toll calls is a part of local service Priority of Services In case of shortage of facilities exists at any time either for temporary or protracted periods, the establishment of message toll telephone service shall take precedence over all others Liability of Telephone Company A. In view of the fact that the customer has exclusive control of his communications over the facilities furnished him by the Telephone Company, and of the other uses for which facilities may be furnished him by the Telephone Company, and because of unavoidableness of errors incident to the services and to the use of such facilities by the Telephone Company are subject to the terms, conditions, and limitations herein specified. B. The liability of the Telephone Company for damages arising out of mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, or errors or defects in transmission occurring in the course of furnishing service or other facilities and not caused by the negligence of the customer, or of the Telephone Company in failing to maintain proper standards of maintenance and operation and to exercise reasonable supervision, shall in no event exceed an amount equivalent to the proportionate charge to the customer for the period of service during which such mistake, omission, interruption, delay, or error or defect in transmission occurs. C. When the lines of other telephone companies are used in establishing connections not reached by the Telephone company lines, the Telephone
4 Company is not liable for any act or omissions of the other company or companies Obligation of Customer The calling party shall establish his identity in the course of any communication as often as may be necessary. The calling party shall be solely responsible for establishing the identity of the person or persons with whom connection is made at the called station or stations Deposits Same as provided for Exchange Service in Part I, Section 2 of this Tariff Time of Day The time of day, determined in accordance with the time system standard or daylight saving observed at the location of the rate center of the calling station, determines whether Day, Evening, or Night rates apply. This rule applies whether the call is sent paid or collect. In cases where a message begins in one rate period and ends in another, the rate in effect at the time the connection is established applies to the Initial Period. Additional minutes will be billed, in whole minute segments, at the rate applicable when each additional minute begins Limited Conversation The Company reserves the right to limit the length of conversation when necessary in times of emergency resulting in a shortage of facilities Cancellation for Cause The Telephone Company reserves the right to discontinue or refuse service because of abuse or fraudulent use of service. Abuse or fraudulent use of service includes the use of service or facilities of the Telephone Company to transmit a message or to locate a person or otherwise to give or obtain information, without payment of a Message Toll charge Connection with Customer-Provided Recording, Reproducing and Automatic Answering and Recording Equipment Customer-provided recording, reproducing and automatic answering and recording equipment may be used in connection with message telecommunications service, subject to the conditions outlined in Part I, Section 8.
5 Connections of Customer-Provided Terminal Equipment and Communications Systems Customer-provided terminal equipment and communications systems may be used in connection with message telecommunication service subject to the conditions outlined in Part I, Section Connections of Other Common Carrier-Provided Communications Systems Communications systems provided by Other Common Carriers may be used with message telecommunications service subject to the conditions outline in Part I, Section Service Used for Data-Phone* Transmission (*Registered Service Mark of AT&T) A. Message telecommunications service is available for use on a two point service basis with data transmitting and/or receiving equipment (including telephotograph equipment) and teletypewriter equipment of the transmission and reception of data signals. B. The regulations and rates for each call made for the purpose of transmitting data signals are those applicable for message telecommunications station-to-station and person-to-person services according to the connection established. 6.2 Standard Service Offerings Two-Point Message Telecommunication Service A. General 1. Classes of Service a. Station-to-Station Customer Dialed Station Class applies when the person originating the call dials the telephone number desired and the call is billed to the calling station. It does not apply to a call from a public or semipublic coin telephone. The services of a Telephone Company operator will not be used in connection with completing the call or in furnishing any information or assistance relating to billing or charges for such call, except as required to do the following:
6 B. Person-to-Person -record the originating telephone number where no automatic recording equipment is available. -reach a called telephone number where facilities are not available for customer dial completion. -record a special identification number issued by the Telephone Company for its billing purposes to students who reside at dormitories of colleges or universities, for a call placed from a dormitory station. -reach a called telephone number for a calling party who identifies himself as being handicapped and unable to dial the call because of his handicap. -re-establish a call which has been interrupted after the called number has been reached. Customer Dialed Calling Card Station Class applies when a person originating the call: (1) Dials the digit zero, plus the telephone number, plus a Calling Card number (where equipment is available), to complete the call without operator assistance; or (2) Dials the digit zero, plus the telephone number to complete the call. In such cases operator assistance is limited to recording the Calling Card number for billing purposes; or (3) Dials the operator and places a Calling Card (Station-to- Station) call, where equipment capability precludes either of the foregoing. Operator Assisted Station Class applies when a call is completed with the assistance of an operator except as specified for the Customer Dialed Station and Customer Dialed Calling Card Station classes of service. Operator Assisted Station service includes any call from a public or semi-public coin telephone. Person-to-Person service is that service where the person originating the call specifies to the Telephone Company operator a particular person to be reached, a particular mobile station to be reached through a Miscellaneous Common Carrier attendant, or a particular station, department or office to be reached through a branch exchange or Centrex attendant.
7 After the called station has been reached, if the person originating the call requests or agrees to talk to any person other than the person initially specified, the classification of the call remains Person-to-Person. Where the person originating the call wishes arrangements made in advance with a particular party or station for the establishment of a connection at a specified time (appointment call) the call is classified as Person-to-Person. The Telephone Company does not undertake in connection with Personto-Person service to bring to a station a called person who cannot be reached at the station. However, at the request of the calling party, the Telephone Company, when possible, will arrange on behalf of the calling party, for messenger service, that is, a messenger or other means to notify the called party of the call. The Telephone Company shall be reimbursed by the calling party for the amount expended for such messenger service, such charges being subject to prior authorization by the calling party to the extent that they can be determined in advance. Such charges for messenger service are in addition to the tariff charges for the message. 2. Rate Elements The charge for a call is determined by the following elements: a. Initial Minute and Additional Minute Rates -based on the distance between station b. Service Charges -applicable in addition to charges in a., preceding, for all classes of service except Customer Dialed Station. 3. Rates Applicable on Certain Holidays On Christmas Day (December 25), New Year s Day (January 1), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day and Thanksgiving Day, Night Rates apply from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. on all classes of service. 4. Rates Applicable for the Hearing or Speech Impaired Persons who have been certified in writing as having a hearing or speech impairment which precludes oral communications and who have and use a telecommunications device for visual communications will receive an adjustment on Customer Dialed Station-to-Station calls. This adjustment is applicable only to charges for Message Toll calls originated from and
8 billed to the residence service of the certified person. The adjustment is limited to one service for a person and one service at a residence. -Calls placed during the Day Rate Period will be charged at the Evening Rate. -Calls placed during the Evening Rate will be charged at the Night- Weekend Rate. 5. Timing of Messages A. On Station-to-Station calls, chargeable time begins when connection is established between the calling station and the called station. Miscellaneous Common Carrier mobile radio system or Private Branch Exchange system. B. On Person-to-Person calls, chargeable time begins when connection is established between the calling person and the particular person or station specified or an agreed alternate. C. On all calls, chargeable time ends when the calling station hangs up thereby releasing the network connection. If the called station hangs up but the calling station does not, chargeable time ends when the network connection is released either by automatic timing equipment in the telecommunications network or by the Telephone Company operator. D. Chargeable time does not include time lost because of faults or defects in the service. 6. Collection of Charges Charges (including messenger charges) for all classes of telephone calls are billed against or collected from the calling station except that upon request the charge may be: - billed to an authorized Telephone Company Calling Card number; - billed to a third number (i.e., billed to an authorized station, as determined by the Telephone Company, other than the originating or terminating station), except to a coin telephone; or - billed to the called station (i.e., charges may be reversed) except to a coin telephone, if the charge is accepted at the called station. In the case or a coin telephone, the charge may be accepted but must be billed to a Calling Card number or a third number, or the call may be re-originated from the called station.
9 7. Mileage Measurement A. Determine of Mileage Message Toll Telephone rates are based on the airline distance between rate centers. In general, each point (city, town or locality) is designated as a rate center; certain small towns or localities are assigned adjacent rate centers with which they are closely associated for communication purposes or by community of interest. For the purpose of determining airline distance between rate centers, vertical and horizontal grid lines have been established across the United States. The distance between adjacent vertical grid lines and between adjacent horizontal grid lines is the square root of.1 mile. Four digit vertical (V) and four digits horizontal (H) coordinates are computed for each rate center from its latitude and longitude location by use of appropriate map-projection equations. The location of a rate center is identified by a pair of V-H coordinates which locate a rate center within an area of 1/10 of a square mile. V&H coordinates are obtained from the Terminating Point Master (TPM). The TPM is a subsystem of the Bellcore Rating Administrative Data System (BRADS), a nationwide database maintained by Bell Communications Research, Inc. (Bellcore), Morristown, New Jersey. Rate distance between any two rate centers is determined as follows: 1. Obtain the V and H coordinates for each rate center. 2. Obtain the difference between the V coordinates of the two rate centers. Obtain the difference between the H coordinates. Notes: The difference is always obtained by subtracting the smaller coordinate from the larger coordinate. 3. Divide each of the differences obtained in 2. By three, rounding each quotient to the nearest integer. 4. Square these two integers and add the two squares. If the sum of the squares is greater than 1777, divide the integers obtained in 3. by three and repeat step 4. Repeat this process until the sum of the squares obtained in 4. Is less than The number of successive divisions by three in steps 3. and 4. determines the value of N. Multiply the final sum of the two
10 squares obtained in step 4. by the multiplier specified in the following table for this value of N preceding. N Multiplier Minimum Rate Mileage Obtain square root of product in 5. and, with any resulting fraction, round up to next higher integer. This is the message rate mileage except that when the mileage so obtained is less than the minimum rate mileage shown in 5. preceding, the minimum rate mileage corresponding to the N value is applicable. Example: B. Rates 1) Respective V and H Coordinates V H Indianapolis Muncie ) Difference ) Dividing each difference by 3 and rounding to nearer integer = 47 and Table of Initial Period and Additional Period Rates All Classes of Service Day* Evening* Night-Weekend* Each Each Each Init l Add tl Init l Add tl Init l Add tl Mileage Minute# Minute# Minute# Minute# Minute# Minute#
11 *Rates apply to the Initial Minutes and Additional Minutes which begin in that Rate Period. Charges resulting in fractional cents are rounded down. # or fraction 2. Rate Period MON TUES WED THU FRI SAT SUN 8:00 AM to Day Rate 5:00 PM * 5:00 PM to Evening Rate 11:00 PM * 11:00 PM to Night and Weekend Rate 8:00 AM * * To but not including. Evening Rate 4) Squaring integers and adding: 47 x 47 = x 22 = 484 Sum of squared integers = 2693 Sum is greater than 1,777, so divide integers in 3. by three and repeat Dividing integers in 3. by three and rounding = 16 and 7 2. Squaring integers and adding: 16 x 16 = x 7 = 49 Sum of squared integers = This sum of integers is less than 1,778 and was obtained after two succession divisions by three; therefore, N = 2 5) Multiply final sum of squared integers by factor 8.1 (corresponding to N = 2): 305 x
12 6) Square root of = 49.70, which is rounded up to 50 miles. (Fractional miles are always considered full miles.) The message rate mileage is 50 miles. 3. Service Charges (In addition to the preceding) Customer Dialed Station None Customer Dialed Calling Card Station $.55 Operator Assisted Station Send Paid $1.05 Collect $1.30 Calling Card $1.00 Third Number $1.05 Person-to-Person $ Long Distance Directory Assistance Service A. General The Telephone Company furnishes a service whereby customers may obtain assistance in determining telephone numbers by calling the Directory Assistance number subject to the regulations and charges shown herein. Charges for Directory Assistance Service apply when customers of the Telephone Company request assistance in determining telephone numbers which are located outside the local calling area but within the same Subscriber Area Code. However, these charges apply only if the Telephone company has a charge filed in its General Exchange Service Tariff for providing local Directory Assistance Service. B. Regulations A maximum of two requested telephone numbers are provided with each Directory Assistance call. C. Exemptions Charges for Subscriber Area Code Directory Assistance Service are not applicable to calls placed from -Public or Semi-public telephones; -Hospitals; or by -Customers who certify that they are unable to use a directory because of a visual or physical handicap.
13 No charge applies when the Subscriber Area Code number is obtained by an Operator for a customer in placing an Operator-Assisted Station-to-Station or Person-to-Person call. D. E. Charges For each call to the Subscriber Area Code Directory Assistance number $.40 For each call for Subscriber Area Code Directory Assistance placed through the 0 Operator, provided the 0 Operator is not the only route for Subscriber Area Code Directory Assistance $ Special Reverse Toll Billing A. General B. Rates This service provides an arrangement whereby customers having private branch exchange service or individual business line service (excepting coin box service) may offer their patrons the privilege of calling them at their expense without having to request specific acceptance of the charge. The exchanges in which such service is furnished may be selected by the customer subject to the approval of the Telephone Company, and the Telephone Company assigns a special number for the service. Calls for the special number are accepted only when originated in the exchange with which the special number is associated, except that where Extended Area Service is furnished between exchanges the customer must assume all charges for calls to his special number, originating from telephones in any of the other exchanges in the local calling area. The customer assumes the charges for all toll calls placed by patrons who call this special number. Service Charge For each Reversed Charge Toll Service, per month $9.25
14 Directory Listings One listing in the directory for each service is provided without additional charge. Toll Charges Reversed Charge Toll Service customers are charged the established send paid Operator Assisted Station-to-Station Message Toll rate for each completed toll call Special Rate Applications A. Tel-A-Visit Optional Calling Plans 1. General Tel-A-Visit optional calling plans are optional services provided to residence customers. These services include three block of time options called Basic, Expanded* and PM, and a subscription fee plus fixed discount option called All Hours. The rates shown in 4. below are in lieu of those rates which are normally applicable to Message Telephone Service as indicated in Section of this Part. 2. Regulations These regulations are in addition to those set forth in other Parts of this Tariff and Sections 6.1 and of this Part. This service is available to one party and two party residence service for calling between any two points in the State of Indiana within the same Local Access and Transport Area (LATA). A LATA is a geographical boundary which has been established to define telecommunications territories. Basic, Expanded* and PM options apply only to Customer Dialed Station Messages, which are make from the billed to the customer s residence. The All Hours option applies only to Customer Dialed Station and Customer Dialed Calling Card messages. The Tel-A-Visit rates apply to messages or parts of messages occurring during the time periods listed in 3. below. Each message is timed in increments of one minute, with any fraction of a minuted rounded to the next higher minute. The initial period for Basic, Expanded* and PM 1 Tel-A-Visit is 1 hour of accumulated usage and for PM 2 Tel-A-Visit is 2 hours of accumulated usage. All additional usage, after the initial period, is accumulated in increments of one-tenth of an hour, and any fraction is rounded to the nearest one-tenth hour. Under the All Hours option, eligible calls may be placed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Usage which is associated
15 with a customer s Thrift Pak Service in the Northwest Exchanges will not be included and is separate from Tel-A-Visit service. No customer may simultaneously subscribe on the same telephone line to more than one of the Tel-A-Visit Services. Under the All Hours option, the billing information provided to the customer is an itemization of each individual message discounted as indicated in 4. below. (*Discontinued as a service offering effective with the date of this tariff.) Under the Basic, Expanded* and PM options, the total accumulated usage is bulk billed to the customer, without detail of individual messages. The Telephone Company is not required to provide information to the customer regarding the unused amount of either the initial period calling or the additional increments. As an option, at charges specified in 4. following, specific call detail that includes date of call, connect time, called number, city, and call duration will be provided for Basic, Expanded* and PM options. If the use of Tel-A-Visit would interfere or impair other services rendered by the Telephone Company, the Tel-A-Visit may be limited or terminated. 3. Hours of Application a. Basic Service Every Night - 11:30 P.M. to 7:00 A.M.* the following day Saturday - 12:00 P.M. (Noon) to 11:30 P.M.* Sunday - 7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.* *to but not including b. Expanded Service # Every Night - 10:00 P.M. to 8:00 A.M.* the following day Friday - 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.* Saturday - 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.* Sunday - 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.* *to but not including c. PM Service Every Night - 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 A.M.* the following day Saturday - 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.* Sunday - 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.* *to but not including
16 4. Rates d. All Hours Service All hours of the day, every day of the week The following rates are to be used for Tel-A-Visit in lieu of those rates indicated in Section of this Part and are in addition to all rates and charges for associated telephone service: a. Basic Service #/HZ8/ Monthly Rate Initial Period (first 1 hour or fraction thereof) $2.40 Additional Period (each 1/10 hour or major fraction).24 b. Expanded Service #/HZ9/ Initial Period (first 1 hour or fraction thereof) $4.80 Additional Period (each 1/10 hour or major fraction).48 c. PM Service # PM 1 /0C1/ Initial Period (first 1 hour or fraction thereof) $6.00 Additional Period (each 1/10 hour or major fraction).60 PM 2 /0C2/ Initial Period (first 1 hour or fraction thereof) $10.80 Additional Period (each 1/10 hour or major fraction).54 d. Optional Message Detail, per message #/TBD/.04 e. All Hours Service #/TUX/ B. Value Calling Plan 1. General The rates as specified in (excluding Operator Service Charges) of this Part less 20% discount also applies to Evening and Night/Weekend calls. Value Calling Plan is an optional service under which customers who place intralata long distance calls receive a flat discount on the total monthly intralata long distance charges billed for each billing period. The rates shown in
17 3. below are in lieu of those rates which are normally applicable to Message Telecommunication Service as indicated in Section of this Part. 2. Regulations A. General Regulations These regulations are in addition to those set forth in other Parts of this Tariff and Sections 6.1 and of this Part. The service available for calling between any two points in the same Local Access and Transport Area (LATA). A LATA is a geographical boundary which has been established to define telecommunications territories. Value Calling Plan service applies only to Customer Dialed Station and Customer Dialed Calling Card messages. The service will be provided on the customer s main telephone number account and on any other accounts billed under the main account. Each message is timed in increments of one minute, with any fraction of a minute rounded to the next higher minute. Eligible calls may be placed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Usage which is associated with a customer s Thrift Pak Service in the Northwest Exchanges will not be included and is separate from Value Calling Plan Service. No customer may simultaneously subscribe to the Value Calling Plan and a Tel-A-Visit Optional Calling Plan on the same telephone line. The billing information provided to the customer is an itemization of each individual message discounted as indicated in 3. below. If the use of Value Calling Plan service would interfere with or impair other services rendered by the Telephone Company, then Value Calling Plan service may be limited or terminated. B. Minimum Usage Requirement Value Calling Plan Super A minimum usage requirement of 55 hours of eligible usage per month, per account, as defined in B.2.a. preceding, applies to Value Calling Plan Super. When the minimum usage requirement is met, all eligible usage is then rated at the applicable per minute rate for Value Calling Plan Super (excluding Operator Service Charges), as specified in B.3.c. below.
18 Penalties for failing to meet the minimum usage requirements are defined in B.3.c. below. C. Payment Options Value Calling Plan Super Customers subscribing to Value Calling Plan Super may elect either the month-to-month or two-year term payment plan which will determine the per minute of use rate, as specified in B.3.c. following. The per minute rates are in addition a to the monthly rate also specified. 1. Month-to-Month Eligible usage is billed at the rates specified for the month-to-month payment option, as long as the minimum usage requirement as defined above is met. If usage falls below the minimum usage requirement, the customer will be billed for the full amount of the minimum usage requirement, at the month-to-month per minute rate. 2. Two-Year Term Payment Plan 3. Rates Eligible usage under the two-year term payment plan is billed at the per minute rates specified for the two-year term payment plan. The per minute rates are fixed for the duration of the payment period. If eligible usage falls below the minimum usage requirement, the customer will be billed for the full amount of the minimum usage requirement, at the term payment plan per minute rates. If, prior to the end of the term payment period, the customer elects to discontinue the term payment plan, a termination liability will apply, according to the following formula: Minimum usage period x per minute rate x unelapsed term payment period x 100% = termination liability The following rates are in addition to all rates and charges for associated telephone service: Monthly Rate Discount a. Plan 1 /0S1/# $ %
19 b. Plan 2 /0S2/# $ % The rates as specified in Section (excluding Operator Service Charges) of this Part apply to these plans, less the applicable discount. The applicable plan discount also applies to Evening and Night/Weekend calls. Minimum Usage Monthly Rate Requirements c. Value Calling Plan Super $ hours/month Per Minute - Month-to-Month/OGD1X/# $.11 -Two-Year Term Payment Plan/OGD2X/# $.09 Per minute rates apply in lieu of the per minute rates specified in of this Part (excluding Operator Service Charges). Per minute rates are not time of day or distance sensitive. C. Optional Community Calling Plan 1. General Optional Community Calling Plan is an optional block of time calling plan which includes intralata long distance calls placed by the customer from the customer s exchange to adjacent exchanges and to the county seat of the county in which the customer s serving central office is located. The rates shown in 3. Below are in lieu of those rates which are normally applicable to Message Telecommunication Service as indicated in Section of this Part. 2. Regulations These regulations are in addition to those set forth in other parts of this Tariff and Sections 6.1 and of this Part. Optional Community Calling Plan provides dial type telephone communications for IntraLATA long distance calling to exchanges adjacent to the subscriber s exchange and to the county seat exchange of the county in which the customer s serving central office is located, within the state of Indiana. Only Customer Dialed Station and Customer Dialed Calling Card calls will be included in the Optional
20 3. Rates Community Calling Plan. Local calls eligible for inclusion in the plan may be placed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Optional Community Calling Plan provides two options: a one-half hour of calling or two hours of calling. Any qualifying usage above the block of time selected will be billed according to the rates specified in 3. below. These charges are in lieu of the charges specified in section of this Part, except that Operator Service Charges for any Customer Dialed Calling Card calls apply in addition to the rates for the Optional Community Calling Plan. Each message is timed in increments of one minute with any fraction of a minute rounded to the next higher minute. The total accumulated usage is bulk-billed to the customer without detail of individual messages. The Telephone Company is not required to provide information to the customer regarding the unused amount of either the initial period calling or the additional increments. Any usage above the selected block of time period will be billed according to the per minute rates specified in 3. below. No customer may simultaneously subscribe on the same telephone line to both Optional Community Calling Plan and any Tel-A-Visit Optional Calling Plan or any Value Calling Plan. Only one of the Optional Community Calling Plan options may be provided at a time. Usage which is associated with a customer s Thrift Pak Service in the Northwest Exchanges will not be included and is separate from the Optional Community Calling Plan. If the use of Optional Community Calling Plan would interfere with or impair other services rendered by the Telephone Company, then Optional Community Calling Plan may be limited or terminated. The following rates are to be used for the Optional Community Calling Plan in lieu of those rates indicated in Section (excluding Operator Services Charges) of this Part and are in addition to all other rates and charges for associated telephone service: Monthly Rate Overtime Minutes a. One-half hour of calling #/0BK1X/ $1.50 $.05/minute b. Two hours of calling #/0BK2X/ $5.00 $.04/minute
21 For a trial period not to exceed 90 days after the effective date of this tariff, customers may establish Optional Community Calling Plan without application of the Record Work Charge.
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SECTION 1 - DEFINITION OF TERMS For the purpose of this tariff, the following definitions shall apply: 1-800 Access The means of accessing the Company's network by dialing 800-950-1077, 1-800-950-1077,
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Securus Technologies, Inc. Original Sheet 1 Rate Schedule Pursuant to New Hampshire Chapter Puc 400 Rules for Telephone Utilities, Rule 404.06(a), Securus Technologies, Inc. will no longer file this Rate
Vis UPS Ground Delivery AL Arizona Corporation Commisison Docket Control 1200 W. Washington Street Phoenix, A2 85007 Netwolves Network Services, LLC 4710 Eisenhower Blvd. Suite E8 Tel: (813)579-3224 Fax:
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BELL ATLANTIC COMMUNICATIONS, INC. D/B/A VERIZON LONG DISTANCE TEL: 800-483-4224 AZ.C.C. Tariff No. 2 First Revised Title Page Cancels Original Title Page m Specialized Common Carrier Service Regulations
PHILLIPS COUNTY TELEPHONE COMPANY PHILLIPS COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS, INC. DEFINITIONS The Company utilizes the following definitions in its business and services: Access Code A sequence of numbers that, when
Bretton Woods Telephone Company Original Page 1 CONTENTS 7.1 Customer-Owned Pay Telephone (COPT) Coin Line Service 7.1.1 General 2 7.1.2 Responsibility of the Subscriber 2 7.1.3 Definitions and Requirements
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TARIFF DISTRIBUTION FILE CODE: 680.3400 FILE PACKAGE NO.: AL2000-113 DATE: August 11, 2000 STATE: EFFECTIVE DATE: 08/14/2000 TYPE OF DISTRIBUTION: Approved PURPOSE: This package proposes to eliminate OCPs.
PART 10 - Wide Area Telecommunications Services Original Sheet 1 1 800 SERVICE 1 A. GENERAL 1. Applicability Applicable to intrastate intraservice Area furnished or made available over facilities wholly
d/b/a One Touch Communications Original Page 1 Services Applicable to Facilities-Based and Resold Local Exchange Telecommunications Services Furnished by Spectrotel of Maryland, LLC d/b/a One Touch Communications
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COMPANY Original Sheet 1 High Point, North Carolina Effective: December 31, 2008 CONTENTS 6.1 REGULATION APPLICABLE TO DIRECTORY LISTINGS 1 6.2 BUSINESS LISTINGS 2 6.2.1 Business Designations 2 6.2.2 Trade
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Supplement Number 25 Telephone Pa P.U.C. No. 1 FULL SERVICE NETWORK LP COMPETITIVE LOCAL EXCHANGE CARRIER RESELLER AND FACILITIES BASED TARIFF Regulations and Schedule of Charges within the Commonwealth
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President 1 st Revised Page 53 2550 Denali Street, Suite 1000, Anchorage, AK 99503 Cancels Original Page 53 Issued: July 2, 1999 Effective: July 3, 1999 3. SCHEDULE OF CHARGES (cont'd) 3.10 Direct Access
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Original Page No. 1 REGULATIONS AND SCHEDULE OF INTRASTATE ACCESS CHARGES Original Page No. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page Page 1 Table of Contents Page 2 Concurring Carriers Page 3 Connecting Carriers
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Reasonable Use of Residential Service Residence service rates apply if the service is used primarily for social or domestic purposes. Residential service is for use by a single family the immediate family
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