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(a) The provisions of 3 AAC 52.200 - 3 AAC 52.340 do not apply to an interexchanqe carrier who is not a carrier of last resort under 3 AAC 52.390(c) and is not assigned any responsibilities of a carrier of last resort, except that a carrier that owns or controls interexchange facilities in the state shall comply with 3 AAC 52.280(b) and 3 AAC 52.330 for its interexchange carrier operations.
(b) Traffic initially routed over the facilities of one interexchange carrier that is blocked due to busy circuits may not be automatically rerouted to the facilities of another interexchange carrier without the written agreement of the other carrier.
(c) A local exchange carrier may not disconnect a customer from local service for failure to pay interexchange carrier charges.
History: Eff. 3/16/91, Register 117; am 9/1/2002, Register 163; am 9/16/2005, Register 175
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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