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(a) A person may not provide private pay telephone service without obtaining a certificate of public convenience and necessity from the commission.
(b) To obtain a certificate of public convenience and necessity to provide private pay telephone service, the person shall file the following information on a form available from the commission:
(1) the applicant's legal name, type of business structure, and any other name under which the applicant proposes to do business;
(2) the address of the applicant's principal national place of business and, if different, its place of business in this state;
(3) the name, title, and telephone number of the individual who is available to provide the commission with information about the application;
(4) proof of authority to do business in this state;
(5) a list of the owners of five percent or more of the applicant's equity;
(6) a list of persons or entities that are affiliated interests of the applicant;
(7) the name of any operator-service provider that the applicant will use in providing private pay telephone service, and proof that the operator-service provider is registered with or certificated by the commission;
(8) a list, and a report on the current status, of all complaints and reports of violations regarding private or public pay telephone service that the applicant or any affiliated interest has received in this or any other state in the two years before application is made;
(9) a verification by an individual authorized to sign on behalf of the applicant that all of the information provided in the application is accurate and complete.
(c) Repealed 7/15/98.
(d) A certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing private pay telephone service does not authorize the holder to provide or resell intrastate interexchange telecommunications service.
History: Eff. 9/20/96, Register 139; am 7/15/98, Register 147
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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