1 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. Original Page 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS A19.1 Access Line Service for Customer-Provided Public Telephones PAGE NO A Definition and Requirements 1-4 A Rates and Charges 4-5 A19.2 Ready Line Service for Public Telephone Access A General 5-6 A Rates and Charges 7-8
2 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. Original Page 1 A19.1 Access Line Service for Customer-Provided Public Telephones A Definition and Requirements A. Access line service for customer-provided public telephones is an exchange line service provided at the request of a subscriber for telecommunications use by the general public. 1. This access line service is provided on a flat rate basis. 2. This access line service is provided for use with customer provided non-coin-operated public telephones or customer-provided coin-operated public telephones. 3. Completion of local and IntraLATA Toll Messages are provided by the Company. 4. The subscriber shall be responsible for the installation, maintenance and operation of customer-provided public telephones used in connection with this service. 5. Customer-provided public telephones must be connected to the Company network in compliance with Part 68 of the F.C.C. Rules and Regulations. 6. The service is furnished subject to the condition that all applicable regulations in Section A2. of this tariff will be adhered to, with the exception of A2.2.1(a.) and A2.2.1(b.), which restrict the use of service and prohibit payment to the customer by another for use of the service 7. The service is provided for use by the subscriber but may be used by others when so authorized by the subscriber, provided that all such usage is subject to the provisions of this tariff. 8. This service is not subject to concessions. 9. This service may not be suspended at a reduced rate. 10. Access line service for customer-provided public telephones cannot be included on accounts containing other classes of service. A separate account is required for this offering at each location.
3 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. Original Page 2 A19.1 Access Line Service for Customer-Provided Public Telephones (Continued) A Definition and Requirements (Continued) A. Continued 11. This access line may include an optional screening feature to prevent the operator from allowing toll charges against the subscriber's line. The operator also cannot perform coin collecting functions. 12. The Company is not responsible for refunds of coins deposited in customer-provided coinoperated public telephones. 13. With the exception of ReadyLine Service provided in A19.2 of this tariff, customer-provided public telephones may not be attached to other types of access lines. 14. The subscriber to this service will be responsible for any and all toll charges billed to the subscriber's account. 15. The following public service considerations are applicable to Customer-Provided Public Telephones: a. All customer-owned instruments must be registered under Part 68 of the FCC Regulation Program to be connected to the Exchange Network. b. The instruments must be able to accommodate the hearing impaired and handicapped persons. c. The instruments must be installed in compliance with the National Electrical Safety Code. d. Directory Assistance charges of twenty-five cents (.25) per phone call apply except for hospitals and other institutions presently qualifying for the ten-cent (.10) pay phone calls. e. Non-chargeable Operator, 911 and 800 numbers, must be able to be made without a coin deposit, and with no time limitation. f. Emergency numbers (Operator Assistance and 911) must be clearly posted at each instrument location. It is the customer-owned coin-operated telephone (COCOT) owner's/vendor's responsibility to determine which number/numbers in a particular area are used for Emergency.
4 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. Original Page 3 A19.1 Access Line Service for Customer-Provided Public Telephones (Continued) A Definition and Requirements (Continued) A. Continued 15. The following public service considerations are applicable to Customer-Provided Public Telephones: (Continued) g. Information must be displayed on the instrument consisting of (1) the certificate of authority to operate number issued by the Louisiana Public Service Commission, (2) the address and telephone number where a caller can obtain assistance in the event the instrument malfunctions in any way, and (3) procedures for obtaining a refund from the owner. h. The instruments must have any and all operating instructions posted thereon. i. The charge to initiate a local call is not to exceed the maximum amount authorized by the Commission for a telephone company coin telephone in that exchange. j. Coins must be returned by the instruments for any incomplete calls. k. All repairs shall be performed on the instruments, within a reasonable amount of time, the responsibility of which is placed upon the owner of the telephone. l. The time limitation on a local call from a coin instrument will be the same as that which is provided in EATEL's General Subscriber Services Tariff. m. A subscriber must order a separate public access line for each instrument installed and will be billed the tariff rate for each such access line. n. In order to protect the public access line user's right to privacy, the customer-provided instrument must be capable of disabling any extension telephone also on the line during the time the public telephone is in use. o. Local telephone directories shall be provided by the instrument owner for each access line capable of completing local calls p. Violations of Commission rules and guidelines pertaining to public telephone service will subject these access lines to disconnection of service if the deficiency is not corrected within ten (10) days from the date of notification to the subscriber.
5 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. Original Page 4 A19.1 Access Line Service for Customer-Provided Public Telephones (Continued) A Definition and Requirements (Continued) A. Continued 16. For customers subscribing to Caller ID - Deluxe, as specified in A12 of this Tariff, if the incoming call originates from a customer-provided public telephone, the name information transmitted will always be "Pay Phone". 17. This service shall not be provided until the subscriber has furnished the Company a copy of its "Certificate of Authority to Operate" which displays its Certificate of Authority to Operate number. Such "Certificate of Authority to Operate" shall be obtained by the subscriber from the Louisiana Public Service Commission at the time of registration and certification. A Rates and Charges A. Access line service for customer-provided public telephones is provided on a flat rate basis. 1. Business Individual Line Flat Rate Service Monthly Charges Per Access Line a. Access Line Basic Rate (1) The Key Individual Line flat rate for the exchange in which the service is located from Section A3. of this Tariff is applicable in addition to the charges in A19.1.2A.2.(b) following: b. Access Line Feature Charges 5 (1) Public Telephone Access Line Monthly Rate USOC (a) Unrestricted, outward, each 1ZB (b) Unrestricted, two-way, each 1ZA (c) Unrestricted, outward, each 1 $ ZY (d) Unrestricted, two-way, each 1 $ Z2 (e) Restricted, outward, each 1,4 $ Z4 (f) Restricted, two-way, each 1,4 $ Z6 (g) Restricted, outward, each 1.2,4 $ Z3 (h) Restricted, two-way, each 1,2,4 $ Z5 (i) Restricted, outward, each 1,3,4 $ D (j) Restricted, two-way, each 1,3,4 $ E 1 Provides operator screening , 7 digit local, 7 digit to Expanded Local Calling Area, 1 + DDD and 976 are blocked from completion , 1 + DDD, 7 digit to Expanded Local Calling Area, and 976 are blocked from completion. 4 Provided central office blocking of 011+ calls direct distance dialed to numbers outside the North American Numbering Plan, and For the Access Line Feature options which do not offer central office blocking of 900 and 976 calls only, this feature is available at the request of the subscriber as provided under Customized Code Restriction (CCR) Option #4 defined in A12 of this Tariff for business line customers.
6 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. Original Page 5 A19.1 Access Line Service for Customer-Provided Public Telephones (Continued) A Rates and Charges (Continued) A. (Continued) 3. Service charges are applied on the same basis as for individual line business service covered in Section A4. of this tariff. 4. At the request of the subscriber, Touch-Tone Calling Service may be provided as covered in Section A12 of this tariff. 5. The subscriber is responsible for Directory Assistance service charges as covered in Section A3 of this tariff. 6. Trouble Determination Charges are applied on the same basis as for Residence or Business Service covered in Section A4 of this tariff. A19.2 ReadyLine Service for Public Telephone Access A General A. ReadyLine Service is a standard Dial Tone First (DTF) coin line for customer provided pay telephones. B. ReadyLine Service will be provided from central offices, where facilities are available. C. This service is provided subject to the requirements set forth in A and Section A2. of this Tariff. D. Features of the ReadyLine Service are as follows: 1. Service will be provided on a two-way basis and on an outward only basis. There will be no charge imposed for incoming calls. 2. Service will be provided on a DTF basis to enable end users to dial certain calls without requiring coin deposits, e.g. 911 Emergency Calls and non-sent paid calls. 3. Central office blocking of 900, 976 and N11 calls will be provided. 4. Operator Call Screening will be provided to alert operator and carrier systems that the call is originating from a ReadyLine Service line and may require special handling and billing treatment.
7 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. Original Page 6 A19.2 ReadyLine Service for Public Telephone Access (Continued) A General (Continued) D. (Continued) 5. Billed Number Screening will be provided to indicate in validation databases that incoming collect and bill-to-third number calls are not to be billed to the line. 6. Coin signaling (coin collect and coin return) will be provided by the network. Coin collect is used when a call has been completed and coin return is used if a no answer or busy condition is encountered. 7. Standard recorded announcements currently used with the Company s Public Telephone service will be utilized with ReadyLine Service. 8. The Company s operator system will handle 0-, 0+, and 1+ intralata toll calls and 0+ local calls from ReadyLine Service lines. All 10XXX 0+ or other operator handled access code dialed intralata toll calls will be routed to the dialed carrier. 9. International Call Blocking (011+) is available through the EATEL Tariff F.C.C. No All 0+ interlata calls will be routed to the ReadyLine Service subscriber presubscribed carrier. 11. The Company shall not be liable for shortages of coins collected and deposited at the subscriber s equipment. The limit of the Company s liability for end user fraud of whatever nature occurring at or in association with subscriber s equipment shall be governed by provisions of this Tariff and rule or regulation of the Louisiana Public Service Commission (PSC). In the case of conflict between the Company s Tariff and a rule or regulation of the LPSC the rule or regulation shall prevail.
8 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. First Revised Page 7 Cancels Original Page 7 By: John D. Scanlan, Executive President Issued: May 25, 2005 Effective: June 9, 2005 A19.2 ReadyLine Service for Public Telephone Access (Continued) A Rates and Charges A. ReadyLine Service will be provided on a flat rate basis. The following monthly rates are applicable to ReadyLine Service on a per line basis: 1. Flat Rate Service a. For those telephones from which local messages are charged twenty-five cents (1) Per Line Monthly Rate USOC (a) Two-way $ SLY (b) Outward only $ SL7 b. For those telephones from which local messages are charged ten cents (1) Per Line (a) Two-way $ SL9 (b) Outward only $ SL0 c. Usage charges for local calls are applicable as specified in LOS Service A3.3.3 of this Tariff. The monthly billed usage cap does not apply to ReadyLine Service. (T) B. Sent paid local calls will be rated by the ReadyLine Service subscriber s set. The network will determine if the initial local rate has been satisfied. The ReadyLine Service subscriber will be billed the appropriate rate in A19.2.2A preceding. C. Operator handled sent paid local calls will be rated to the end user at the rate set forth in A19.1 plus the appropriate surcharge in Section A3 of this Tariff. The ReadyLine Service subscriber will be charged the appropriate rate in A19.2.2A preceding. D. Non-sent paid local calls will be rated to the end user at the rate set forth in A19.1 plus the appropriate local operator surcharge in Section A3 of this Tariff. E. Sent paid calls to the Expanded Service Area will be rated to the end user at the charges specified in A3 of this Tariff, including operator service charges. The ReadyLine Service subscriber will be charged the Expanded Service Area rate set forth in A3 excluding the operator service charges.
9 EAST ASCENSION TELEPHONE COMPANY, L.L.C. First Revised Page 8 Cancels Original Page 8 Issued: May 16, 2013 Effective: June 1, 2013 A19.2 ReadyLine Service for Public Telephone Access (Continued) A Rates and Charges (Continued) F. Non-sent paid calls to the Expanded Service Area will be rated to the end user at the charges specified in A3 of this Tariff, including appropriate service charges. G. Sent paid intralata long distance calls will be rated to the end user at the long distance rate and the appropriate operator surcharge set forth in Section A17 of this Tariff. The ReadyLine Service subscriber will be charged the long distance rate set forth in Section A17. H. Non-sent paid intralata toll calls will be rated to the end user at the long distance rate and the appropriate operator surcharge set forth in Section A17 of this Tariff. I. (Deleted) (D) J. Switched Access charges for usage as provided in Sections E3. and E6. of the Access Services Tariff apply. Charges are billable to the interexchange carrier. K. The ReadyLine Service subscriber will be charged for intralata long distance Directory Assistance Service at the rate specified in Section A18. of this Tariff for business individual line service. The network will require a deposit be made by the end user unless charged to an alternate billing method. L. Service charges as covered in Section A4. of this Tariff for business individual line service are applicable. M. Listings in connection with ReadyLine Service are furnished under the regulations specified in Section A6. of this Tariff for Company and Customer Owned Pay Telephone Service. N. Suspension of service, as covered in Section A2., is not available unless the instrument is totally inaccessible to the general public on a temporary basis. In all cases, the decision to permit temporary suspension of service rests with the Company. O. When service is temporarily suspended at the subscriber s request, a Secondary Service Ordering Charge and a restoration charge, as specified in Section A4. will be charged for each telephone number restored. P. Rates for Verification and Emergency Interrupt Service as provided in Section A3. and A17 of this Tariff are applicable. The network will require a deposit be made by the end user unless charged to an alternate billing method.
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