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(a) A private pay telephone must provide a caller making a credit card, calling card, or other type of operator-assisted call access to all authorized interexchange carriers providing 0-plus and 0-minus services within the area where the private pay telephone is located.
(b) A private pay telephone service provider may not block a caller from dialing an access code or a toll-free number. The private pay telephone service provider may not impose a greater charge for dialing access codes and toll-free numbers than the provider charges for calls using the presubscribed operator-services provider.
(c) Repealed 7/15/98.
History: Eff. 9/20/96, Register 139; am 7/15/98, Register 147
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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