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Each schedule setting out the rates and charges for services offered by the utility or pipeline carrier must be given an appropriate heading. Each schedule must begin on a separate page and must, if applicable, include the following:
(1) the schedule number, class of service, and the locality or area where it is applicable;
(2) to whom the service is available;
(3) the kind or classification of service, the conditions under which it is offered, and, if necessary, the geographic area in which the rate is applicable;
(4) the rate;
(5) whether a schedule is optional, and the associated conditions;
(6) the minimum charge;
(7) the time when service is available if not 24-hour service;
(8) the discount for prompt payment when applicable;
(9) promotional practices involving an offer to pay compensation or consideration or furnish equipment as an inducement for the installation or use of a service or commodity;
(10) any provision for the automatic revision of a rate or charge which is contingent on changes in a cost element entering into the cost of providing service such as fuel adjustment clauses, or changes in the wholesale rate paid by the utility or pipeline carrier for the service or commodity it purchases;
(11) all factors entering into the computation of bills under the schedule;
(12) for telecommunications utilities that furnish local exchange telephone service, their primary rate schedules, their regulated terminal equipment rates, rates and charges for equipment furnished by customers, and schedules for other services peculiar to their operations; and
(13) for telecommunications utilities that furnish interexchange long-lines service, their basic rate schedules, their supplementary rate schedules, their list of toll points and schedules covering all other intrastate services and facilities they furnish to the public for compensation, but not toll settlement formulas and procedures.
History: Eff. 11/16/73, Register 48; am 6/29/84, Register 90
Authority: AS 42.05.141
AS 42.06.140 (a)
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