1 OF MILLRY TELEPHONE COMPANY, INC. The Services described herein and provided for the prices stated herein are governed by the Millry Customer Service Agreement and any applicable Service Order. This document constitutes an exhaustive list and description of the services provided by Millry Telephone and explains various general practices employed by Millry Telephone and other important information. This Price List supplements, but does not override or invalidate any contrary provision found in the Millry Customer Service Agreement.
2 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Table of Contents Issued and Effective: April 18, 2013 First Revised Sheet 1 Section TABLE OF CONTENTS INDEX SECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10 SECTION 11 SECTION 12 SECTION 13 SECTION 14 SECTION 15 SECTION 16 SECTION 17 RATE SUMMARY BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGES MISCELLANEOUS SERVICE ARRANGEMENTS COIN TELEPHONE SERVICE PRIVATE LINE SERVICE FOREIGN EXCHANGE SERVICE CHARGES APPLICABLE UNDER SPECIAL CONDITIONS INTERCONNECTION WITH COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS PROVIDED BY THE CUSTOMER EMERGENCY SERVICE ISDN GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS DEFINITIONS DIRECTORY LISTINGS RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE LOCAL EXCHANGE BOUNDARY MAPS LONG DISTANCE SERVICES
3 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Index Issued and Effective: September 15, 2014 Second Revised Sheet 1 Subject INDEX -A- Section Page Access Line Work Charge 3 2 Acronyms and Abbreviations 13 9 Additional Listings 14 4 Alabama Relay Center 12 7 Anonymous Call Rejection 4 5 Application for Service 12 3 Application of Business Rates 12 4 Application of Residence Rates 12 5 Application of Service Charges 3 3 Area Calling Service 2 8 Basic Local Exchange Service 2 1 Bundled Services 2 17 Busy Call Forwarding 4 Call Back 4 2 Call Block 4 3 Call Forwarding 4 1 Call Return 4 2 Call Selector 4 4 Call Tracing 4 5 Call Transfer 4 2 Call Waiting/Cancel Call Waiting 4 1 Central Office Work Charge 3 2 Coin Telephone Service 5 1 Concession Service 2 15 Construction Charges 12 1 Credit 2 12 Definitions 13 1 Delayed Call Forwarding 4 Directory Assistance Local 2 2 Long Distance 3 3 Directory Listings 14 1 Dual Party Relay Service 2 8 Emergency Service 10 1 Establishment and Furnishing of Service 12 3 Foreign Exchange (FX) Service 7 1 -B- -C- -D- -E- -F-
4 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Index Issued and Effective: April 18, 2013 First Revised Sheet 2 INDEX Subject Section Page General Rules and Regulations I- Installation Charge 3 2 Liability of the Company Lifeline Assistance 2 10 Line Extension Charge 8 1 Local Directory Assistance Service 2 2 Long Distance Message Telecommunications Service 4 1 Minimum Contract Period 12 2 Moves or Changes of Existing Construction 8 2 Number Change Charge 3 3 Obligation and Liability of the Company Personal Ringing 4 2 Preferred Call Forwarding 4 5 Private Line Service 6 1 Private Right-of-Way 8 1 Public Telephone Service 13 6 Rate Summary 2 1 -G- -H- -J- -K- -L- -M- -N- -O- -P- -Q- -R-
5 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Index Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 3 INDEX Subject Section Page Remote Access Call Forward 4 5 Residence Listings 14 4 Residence Rates 12 5 Restoration Charge 3 2 Returned Check Charge 3 2 Regulations 2 10 Rules and Regulations 10 5 Selective Call Acceptance 4 5 Service Order Charge 3 1 Special Billing Number Service 4 13 Special Assemblies of Speculative Projects 12 8 Special Construction 12 6 Speed Calling 4 1 Temporary Service 8 2 Termination Charge 3 2 Toll Restriction Service 4 8 Universal Emergency Number Service (E911) 10 1 Use of Service 12 1 Voice Recording Equipment Warm Line 4 2 -S- -T- -U- -V- -W- -X- -Y- -Z-
6 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 1 Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 1 S1. RATE SUMMARY This schedule provides the summary of rates and charges and refers to sections where more detailed information may be found. Monthly Service Section Charge Access Line for Business Individual Line 2 $32.60 Key System Rotary Line 2 $38.60 (includes $6.00 for grouping service) Key System Private Line 2 $32.60 PBX Rotary Line 2 $38.60 (includes $6.00 for grouping service) Access Line for Residence Individual Line 2 $16.30 Access Line for COCOT Message rate per call 5 $ 0.12 ea. Access Line Work Charge Res/Bus 3 $ 9.00 Central Office Charge Residence 3 $19.75 Business 3 $25.00 Construction Charges 12 Time and Material Custom Calling Features: 4 Basic features Call Forwarding Residence 4 $1.95 Business 4 $2.50 Three-Way Calling Residence 4 $1.95 Business 4 $2.50 Call Waiting/Cancel Call Waiting Residence 4 $1.95 Business 4 $2.50 Speed Calling Residence 4 $1.95 Business 4 $2.50 Call Transfer Residence 4 $1.95 Business 4 $2.50 Warm Line Residence 4 $1.95 Business 4 $2.50
7 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 1 Issued and Effective: September 15, 2014 Second Revised Sheet 2 S1. RATE SUMMARY Advanced Features Personal Ringing Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Call Back Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Call Return Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Call Block Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Caller Identification-Basic Residence 4 $5.75 Business 4 $6.75 Caller Identification-Deluxe* Residence 4 $6.75 Business 4 $8.25 Call Selector Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Preferred Call Forwarding Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Selective Call Acceptance Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Anonymous Call Rejection Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Remote Access Call Forward Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Busy Call Forwarding Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Delayed Call Forwarding Residence 4 $2.95 Business 4 $3.50 Usage Sensitive Features Call Tracing (per activation) Residence or Business 4 $3.50 Directory Assistance Charge 2 $0.95 * The rate for Caller Identification - Deluxe does not include the cost of a subscription to Call Waiting, which is required in order for this feature to function.
8 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 1 Issued and Effective: June 8, 2012 Third Revised Sheet 3 S1. RATE SUMMARY Directory Assistance Surcharge from COCOT 2 $0.95 Directory Listing Additional listing 14 $0.50 Non-published (Private) listing 14 $2.00 Non-listed (Semi-private) listing 14 $1.00 Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Service Each Block 20 Numbers 4 $5.00 Each DID Trunk Termination in Central Office 4 $25.00 MF Pulsing Option, each trunk 4 $7.50 DTMF Pulsing Option, each trunk 4 $7.50 Grouping Service 4 $6.00 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Service Residence 11 $29.50 Business 11 $34.50 Number Change Charge 3 $12.50 Premises Visit Charge 3 Residence $ st 15 minute increment $10.00 Each additional 15 minute increment Business $ st 15 minute increment $10.00 Each additional 15 minute increment Private Line Service 6 Various Public Telephone Local call 5 $0.25 Restoration Charge Residence 12 $30.00 Business 12 $30.00 Returned Check Charge 12 $20.00 Seasonal/Vacation Service 4 ½ reg rate Semi Public Telephone 5 Various Service Order Charge Residence 3 $12.50 Business 3 $16.50 Service Call Charge Residence 9 $35.00 Business 9 $75.00 Toll Restriction 4 Individual $3.50 Business $5.00
9 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Contents Issued and Effective: June 8, 2012 Second Revised Sheet 1 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE CONTENTS Sheet No. S2.1 General... 1 S2.2 Alphabetical Listing of Exchanges... 1 S2.3 Local Calling Areas... 1 S2.4 Basic Local Exchange Rates... 2 S2.5 Local Directory Assistance Service... 2 S2.6 Operator Assisted Local Calling and Local Calling Card Services... 4 S2.7 Local Operator Verification/Interruption Service... 7 S2.8 Dual Party Relay Service... 8 S2.9 Area Calling Service... 8 S2.10 Lifeline Assistance Program... 9 S2.11 Alabama LATA-Wide Calling Plan Home Advantage S2.12 Channelized DS-1 Service S2.13 Concession Services S2.14 Bundled Services S2.15 Business Bundled Services... 20
10 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 1 S2.1 GENERAL S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE A. The general plan for furnishing telecommunications exchange service is based on the usage of the telecommunications plant, exclusive of the equipment located on the customer side of a connecting terminal at the premises of the customer. B. The rates for subscriber access apply to all subscribers regardless of whether the customer premise equipment (CPE) is rented from the telephone company or provided by the subscriber. Other related charges are shown in other schedules of this Price List and are in addition to those rates shown in this schedule. C. The rates shown in this schedule are for a period of one month, payable in advance, and entitle the subscriber an unlimited number of messages to all stations in the areas designated in S2.3 at a flat rate. D. All rates for telephone service, unless otherwise specified, are monthly rates and the minimum charge, unless otherwise specified, for any item of service provided is an amount equal to one month's charges at the regular authorized rate. E. Rates which are applicable to all installations are quoted in S3. S2.2 ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF EXCHANGES Exchange Name Chatom Deer Park Frankville Fruitdale Gilbertown Millry Silas S2.3 LOCAL CALLING AREAS Exchange Name Exchange In Local Calling Area Chatom Chatom - 847, Deer Park -777, Fruitdale Deer Park Deer Park - 777, Chatom -847, Fruitdale - 827
11 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 2 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.3 LOCAL CALLING AREAS (Cont d) Frankville Frankville - 754, Millry - 846, Silas Fruitdale Fruitdale - 827, Chatom -847, Deer Park Gilbertown Gilbertown - 843, Silas 542 Millry Millry - 846, Frankville - 754, Silas Silas Silas - 542, Frankville -754, Gilbertown - 843, Millry -846 S2.4 BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE RATES The monthly rates for subscribers located in each exchange are: Business Residence Individual Line $32.60 $16.30 Key System Rotary Line $38.60 (Includes $6.00 for grouping service) Key System Private Line $32.60 PBX Rotary Line $38.60 (Includes $6.00 for grouping service) S2.5 LOCAL DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE SERVICE A. The Company furnishes a Directory Assistance service for the purpose of aiding customers in obtaining listing information. B. Directory Assistance Service allows a subscriber to provide a name to get a telephone number, ZIP Code and/or directory address. C. Local Directory Assistance Service allows a subscriber to provide: 1. a name to get telephone number, and/or directory address; and/or
12 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 3 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.5 LOCAL DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE SERVICE C. (Cont d) 2. a telephone number to get a name, and/or directory address, except in instances where customers have specified that these items not be disclosed by telephone number requests. D. For charging purposes, a call to Local Directory Assistance Service is defined as a call: 1. resulting in obtaining the name, address, and/or telephone number for a maximum of two subscribers; or 2. resulting in obtaining no name, address, and telephone number; because there was no such listing, there was a private listing, or there was a special customer request to not disclose their name and address. E. There will be a charge for all customer calls to Directory Assistance, except: 1. Residential customers who have a visual or physical disability rendering them unable to use a telephone directory; With respect to Sections 2.5.E.1., the diagnosed disability must be confirmed in writing by a physician or an appropriate group or agency. This exemption is applicable exclusively to calls made by the disabled individual from their line, or in the case of a business employing disabled person(s), from the line assigned to that disabled individual(s). Usage will be monitored by the Company and is subject to review and investigation. Certification will be verified periodically. Confirmed, inappropriate use of the exemption could result in its removal. F. Surcharges as specified in Section S2.5(G) will be applicable to all calls to Directory Assistance Service handled by the operator ("0-"), provided that the "0"
13 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: April 1, 2010 First Revised Sheet 4 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.5 LOCAL DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE SERVICE (Cont d) F. (Cont d) operator is not the only source for Local Directory Assistance, or dialed by the customer ("0+"). G. Rates and Charges 1. Directory Assistance service (411) Request of a listing (max. two requests per call) (a) Within the Company's local calling or LATA/NPA serving area for the originating line $0.95/call (b) Outside the Company's local calling and LATA/NPA serving areas for the originating line $.95/call 2. Directory Assistance service to Payphone Service Providers (a) All calls to Directory Assistance $.95/call S2.6 OPERATOR ASSISTED LOCAL CALLS AND LOCAL CALLING CARD SERVICE A. General For any Dial Calling Card Station, Operator Station or Person-To-Person message completed within the Local Calling Area, the appropriate service charge specified in S2.6(C) following, will be applied except as specified in S2.6(B) following. B. Application of Charges 1. The appropriate service charge, as specified in S2.6(C) following, will be applied to each completed call except: (a) for emergency calls to agency type telephone numbers such as to those agencies of the federal, state or local government which have the capability and legal authority to provide aid in emergency situations and to any emergency medical number,
14 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 5 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.6 OPERATOR ASSISTED LOCAL CALLS AND LOCAL CALLING CARD SERVICE (Cont d) B. Application of Charges (Cont d) 1. (Cont d) (b) when the caller identifies himself as being handicapped and unable to place the call due to his handicap, (c) when the caller advises that he has had service trouble in reaching the terminating number, (d) for local emergency calls from a coin station, or (e) for station-paid calls from hotel guests. 2. The call may be billed to the originating telephone, calling card, third number, collect, or any other Company-approved identification number. C. Rates and Charges 1. The following charges for operator system served local calls apply in addition to the local dial rates: (a) Billing Surcharges Station-to-Station (1) Dial Calling Card $1.00 (2) Operator $2.50 (3) Inmate calls originating from correctional facilities (Automated) $1.25 (b) Billing Surcharges Person-to-Person Each $5.00 (c) Operator Dialed Surcharge 1 Station-to-station operator assisted or person-to-person operator assisted calls (excluding those billed to calling cards) where the operator dials the terminating number. $ In addition to any applicable Billing Surcharge.
15 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 6 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.6 OPERATOR ASSISTED LOCAL CALLS AND LOCAL CALLING CARD SERVICE (Cont d) C. Rates and Charges (Cont d) 1. (Cont d) (d) Partially Automated Surcharge 1 Station-to-station operator assisted calls where the customer dials the terminating number. $1.00 (e) Zero Minus Charge 2 Provision of Area Code, Place Name (in what Area Code is a city or exchange), Ring Back (caller wants call back to test whether equipment connected to his line rings when outside caller dials his number), Operator Dialing of 800, 888, 877, 866 and 855 numbers on the caller s behalf; each request (one request per call) $ Applies when customer dials zero and no other digits from a local exchange wireline, requests and receives service as described. This charge is not applied to requests originating from payphones or wireless.
16 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: May 29, 2007 Original Sheet 7 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.7 LOCAL OPERATOR VERIFICATION/INTERRUPTION SERVICE A. General Verification Service provides operator assistance in determining if a called line is in use. Interruption Service provides for operator interruption of voice conversation in progress on a called line to advise the interrupted subscriber that the interrupting party has an emergency need to reach him. Data use of a subscriber line will be verified, but not interrupted. The customer may request these services for a charge, where facilities are available, by calling the "0" operator. B. Application of Charges The charges specified in Section S2.7(C) will apply to all requests except: C. Rates (a) emergency requests from official emergency agencies when the request is received on an agency line from agency personnel; (b) emergency requests in which the caller identifies that the request is to one of the following: (1) an official public emergency agency, (2) an emergency medical number, or (3) a privately endowed and operated suicide, drug, alcohol, or runaway crisis reporting center; or (c) requests in which the operator encounters a trouble condition or has reason to believe a trouble condition exists. 1. Verification Charge - applies each time the operator verifies that a line is in use. $ Interruption Charge - applies each time the operator interrupts voice conversation in progress and does not depend on whether the called-party agrees to release the line. $ If an operator both verifies the condition of the line and interrupts conversation on the same request, only the interrupt charge applies.
17 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: April 1, 2010 First Revised Sheet 8 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.7 LOCAL OPERATOR VERIFICATION/INTERRUPTION SERVICE (Cont d) C. Rates (Cont d) 4. The charges for Verify/Interrupt Service are in addition to any applicable message rates. S2.8 DUAL PARTY RELAY SERVICE A. General Dual Party Relay Service permits hearing and speech impaired users of Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf (TDD) to communicate with users of ordinary telephones. Communications take place by relaying conversations (voice to TDD and TDD to voice). These calls are between one party who must communicate by means of a TDD and another who communicates by means of an ordinary telephone. Messages are rated from the rate center of the calling party to the rate center of the called party. B. Rates The Company charges a $0.15 monthly surcharge for Dual Party Relay Service. S2.9 AREA CALLING SERVICE A. Description of Service 1. General Area Calling Service is an optional offering that provides seven digit local calling from the subscribers home wire center to all other participating local exchange companies' wire centers within the same LATA at decreased rates. 2. Area Calling Service calls from one Millry exchange to another Millry exchange that are not already included in the subscribers' local calling area are subject to a special discounted rate. The following is a summary of the intra-company exchanges subject to this Area Calling Service Plan. Exchange Name Exchanges Subject to Area Calling Service Rates Chatom-847 Frankville-754, Gilbertown-843, Millry-846, Silas-542
18 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: June 8, 2012 Second Revised Sheet 9 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.9 AREA CALLING SERVICE (Cont d) A. Description of Service (Cont d) 2. (Cont d) Exchange Name Exchanges Subject to Area Calling Service Rates Deer Park-777 Frankville-754, Gilbertown-843, Millry-846, Silas-542 Frankville-754 Chatom-847, Deer Park-777, Fruitdale-827, Gilbertown-843 Fruitdale-827 Frankville-754, Gilbertown-843, Millry-846, Silas-542 Gilbertown-843 Chatom-847, Deer Park-777, Frankville-754, Fruitdale-827, Millry-846 Millry-846 Silas-542 Chatom-847, Deer Park-777, Fruitdale-827, Gilbertown-843 Chatom-847, Deer Park-777, Fruitdale-827 B. Rates (Terminating at exchanges of other Participating Local Exchange Companies) The following usage rates are applicable for all Area Calling Service calls to a terminating exchange of another participating local exchange carrier. These rates are applicable 7 days a week, 24 hours per day. IntraLATA IntraCompany PER MINUTE CHARGE $ $ S2.10 LIFELINE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Lifeline Assistance is a government assistance program developed to reduce rates for primary residential telephone service to qualifying subscribers who receive income-based benefits. The Company participates in this program to increase the availability of telecommunications services to all consumers in its serving areas.
19 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: June 8, 2012 Second Revised Sheet 10 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.10 LIFELINE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Cont d) A. General Lifeline Assistance reduces an eligible customer's monthly rates for local service. The program provides for a low income credit per household that is applicable only to the primary residential connection. The total monthly credit to the local telephone bill of qualified residential customers consists of one federal credit plus one state credit. The credits are applied to the local service bill for qualified recipients of low income assistance programs who are eligible and apply for the credits. Lifeline Assistance may be applied to only one line per eligible customer. B. Regulations To constitute a qualifying low-income customer eligible to receive Lifeline services, a customer must meet the requirements set forth in either paragraph 1. or 2. below: 1. A customer s household income must be at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines for a household of that size; (a) For purposes of these rules, income is defined as all income actually received by all members of a household. This includes salary before deductions for taxes, public assistance benefits, social security payments, pensions, unemployment compensation, veteran's benefits, inheritances, alimony, child support payments, worker's compensation benefits, gifts, lottery winnings, and the like. The only exceptions are student financial aid, military housing and cost-of-living allowances, irregular income from occasional small jobs such as baby-sitting or lawn mowing and the like. (b) A household is any individual or group of individuals who are living together at the same address as one economic unit. A household may include related and unrelated persons. An economic unit consists of all adult individuals contributing to and sharing in the income and expenses of a household.
20 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: June 8, 2012 Second Revised Sheet 11 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.10 LIFELINE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Cont d) B. Regulations (Cont d) 1. (Cont d) (b) (Cont d) An adult is any person eighteen (18) years or older. If an adult has no or minimal income, and lives with someone who provides financial support to him/her, both people shall be considered part of the same household. Children under the age of eighteen (18) living with their parents or guardians are considered to be part of the same household as their parents or guardians. 2. Lifeline Assistance is also available to all qualified residential customers who currently participate in any of the following programs: Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program ( SNAP ), Supplemental Security Income ( SSI ), Federal Public Housing Assistance or Section 8 (a Federal Housing Assistance Program), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program ( LIHEAP ), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families ( TANF ) or the National School Lunch Program s Free Lunch Program. A subscriber will also be considered to be eligible even if he does not personally participate in any of these programs, so long as an individual who lives in his household, and for whom he is financially responsible, does participate in at least one of the qualifying programs. 3. In addition to meeting the qualifications provided in paragraph 1. or 2. of this section, in order to constitute a qualifying low-income customer, a customer must not already be receiving a Lifeline service, and there must not be anyone else in the subscriber s household subscribed to a Lifeline service.
21 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: June 8, 2012 Second Revised Sheet 12 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.10 LIFELINE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Cont d) B. Regulations (Cont d) 4. Qualifying subscribers must provide the Company with acceptable documentation as proof of their eligibility to receive Lifeline service under the income-based or program-based requirements. The Company will confirm the continuing eligibility of Lifeline Assistance recipients on an annual basis by requiring the subscriber to sign a certification as to his/her present qualifications for Lifeline service. Upon a determination of ineligibility, the credit will be discontinued on the bill if the customer fails to provide proof of eligibility within thirty (30) days after written notification to the customer. 5. If the Company receives notification from the program administrator that the subscriber is receiving Lifeline service from another eligible telecommunications carrier or that more than one member of a subscriber s household is receiving Lifeline service, the subscriber will be deenrolled from Lifeline Assistance without notice within five (5) business days following the Company s receipt of that notice. 6. The Company will process all applications and apply the appropriate credit on the customer's monthly bill. A secondary service charge is not applicable for existing customers who subscribe to Lifeline Assistance. 7. As a participant in Lifeline Assistance, customers are eligible to receive Toll Limitation Service at no charge. This service will only be provided at the customer's request. 8. Local service deposit requirements will be waived for customers who voluntarily receive Toll Limitation Service. 9. Participants in Lifeline Assistance shall not be disconnected from Local Service for non-payment of toll charges. In addition, the Company will not deny re-establishment of local service to customers who are eligible for Lifeline Assistance and have previously been disconnected for nonpayment of toll charges. The Company may require customers whose otherwise eligible household member has previously unpaid toll charges to
22 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: October 10, 2012 Third Revised Sheet 13 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.10 LIFELINE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Cont d) B. Regulations (Cont d) 9. (Cont d) subscribe to toll blocking prior to being accepted as eligible for Lifeline Assistance. Lifeline Assistance will not be connected if an outstanding balance is owed by the customer for local service. 10. Partial payments that are received from Lifeline customers will first be applied to local service charges and then to any outstanding toll charges. 11. One low income credit is available per household and is applicable to the primary residential connection only. 12. A Lifeline customer may subscribe to any local service offering available to other residential customers. 13. The PICC will not be billed to Lifeline customers who subscribe to toll blocking and do not presubscribe to a long distance carrier. 14. Lifeline subscribers may apply their Lifeline discount to the Company s family shared calling plans and to bundled service packages or packages containing optional calling features available to Lifeline customers. The calling plan must be in the name of the eligible subscriber, and a household may receive only one Lifeline supported service. Partial payments from Lifeline subscribers purchasing bundled packages or packages containing optional calling features will first be applied to pay down the allocated price of the Lifeline voice services. C. Credits The following credits will apply for each customer eligible for Lifeline Assistance: Monthly Credit* a) Federal Credit (one credit per month) $ 9.25 b) State Credit (one credit per Lifeline Service $3.50 per month)
23 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: October 10, 2012 Third Revised Sheet 14 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.10 LIFELINE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Cont d) C. Credits (Cont d) The maximum Lifeline Assistance credit available to Alabama customers is $12.75 per month. *Credit amount will not exceed the basic charge for local telephone service, which includes the Subscriber Line Charge, access line and local usage. S2.11 ALABAMA LATA-WIDE CALLING PLAN Home Advantage A. General 1. The Alabama LATA-Wide Calling Plan is called Home Advantage. 2. Home Advantage is an optional calling plan that provides: B. Regulations a. one-way seven-digit calling for customers in the Chatom, Deer Park, Frankville, Fruitdale, Gilbertown, Millry and Silas exchanges to all exchanges within the LATA in which they reside; and, b. one-way ten-digit calling for customers in the Chatom, Deer Park, Frankville, Fruitdale, Gilbertown, Millry and Silas exchanges to the following exchanges located outside the LATA in which they reside: Butler ( , ); Lisman ( ); Pennington ( ) and Needham ( ). 1. Home Advantage is available to residential customers.
24 Millry Telephone Company, Inc. Section 2 Issued and Effective: April 1, 2010 First Revised Sheet 15 S2. BASIC LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE S2.11 ALABAMA LATA-WIDE CALLING PLAN Home Advantage (Cont d) B. Regulations (Cont d) 2. Home Advantage provides residential customers with unlimited minutes per month of calling within their LATA and between certain exchanges located outside their LATA for a flat monthly charge. 3. The same Lifeline credits that are applied for regular Residential One-Party service will apply for Lifeline customers that choose to subscribe to Home Advantage. 4. All non-recurring charges are waived for the initial subscription to Home Advantage. A Central Office Connect and Service Order Charge will apply on second and subsequent call plan changes. 5. Home Advantage provides unlimited minutes of use for residential voice service only. If it is determined that usage is not consistent with residential voice applications, such as for Internet access services, commercial facsimile or auto-dialing, permanent call forwarding, three-way calling, resale, telemarketing, or other nonresidential uses, Millry Telephone Company may immediately suspend, restrict or cancel service without prior notice and will bill such non-voice usage at a rate of $0.10/minute. 6. Call Detail will not be provided to customers choosing Home Advantage. In the event that it is determined that usage is not consistent with residential voice applications (see Regulation 5. above), call detail will be provided. 7. This service is not available to Company-owned or Customer-owned public telephone subscribers. 8. All rules and regulations that appear in other sections of this Price List apply unless otherwise stated herein. C. Rates Rate Per Month* 1. Home Advantage $38.30 * This rate includes the Residential One-Party rate as identified in Section S2.4 above.
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