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A private pay telephone shall conspicuously display the following information:
(1) the name and address of the private pay telephone service provider responsible for that equipment;
(2) a statement that calls can be made at no charge and without the use of a coin to the 911 emergency number or the operator;
(3) specific dialing and coin deposit and return information, including instructions for reaching the interexchange carrier operator and directory assistance;
(4) a statement that, under 3 AAC 53.820(a) , the rate for a local call may not exceed $.25;
(5) the identity of the presubscribed operator-service provider and instructions for reaching other operator-service providers by dialing an access code or toll-free number;
(6) a toll-free number at which the caller may obtain information on the rates, terms, or conditions applicable to calls placed from the private pay telephone;
(7) a toll-free number at which the caller may attempt to resolve billing or service complaints arising from use of the private pay telephone;
(8) a statement that, upon the caller's request, the operator servicing the call is required to supply rate information free of charge;
(9) if the private pay telephone blocks or limits the duration of incoming calls, a notice that incoming calls cannot be received, or a statement of the applicable time limit;
(10) a number for contacting the commission.
History: Eff. 9/20/96, Register 139; am 7/15/98, Register 147
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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