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(a) Upon petition or on its own motion, the commission may investigate the wholesale rates a directory assistance provider charges to local exchange carriers for 411 dialed intrastate directory assistance or to intrastate interexchange carriers for 907-555-1212 dialed intrastate directory assistance.
(b) A directory assistance provider may not charge unjust and unreasonable rates for 411 dialed or 907-555-1212 dialed intrastate directory assistance, grant an unreasonable preference or advantage, or subject a customer to an unreasonable prejudice or disadvantage. If only one directory assistance provider serves all customers in the state, that provider shall file its contracts and contract amendments for the provision of 411 dialed and 907-555-1212 dialed intrastate directory assistance with the commission. Unless the commission initiates an investigation, a filing under this subsection becomes effective 30 days after filing.
History: Eff. 11/24/2004, Register 172
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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