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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 53 . Telecommunications
Section 510. Prohibition against disconnection of service

3 AAC 53.510. Prohibition against disconnection of service

(a) A local exchange carrier may not disconnect a customer's basic local telephone service for nonpayment of pay-per call telephone service charges.

(b) An interexchange carrier may not disconnect a customer's interexchange telephone service for nonpayment of pay-per-call telephone service charges.

(c) A local exchange carrier or an interexchange carrier may not threaten to disconnect basic local or interexchange telephone service or imply that service may be disconnected due to nonpayment of pay-per-call telephone service charges.

(d) Pay-per-call telephone service charges may not be included in the amount that must be paid to avoid disconnection of basic local or interexchange telephone service.

(e) Pay-per-call telephone service charges may not be included in the calculation of deposits to establish or reconnect basic local or interexchange telephone service.

History: Eff. 9/25/93, Register 127

Authority: AS 42.05.141

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