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Title XL ADDITIONAL EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS

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  660.141.  Economy rates, how established, applications — limited to one residence. — 1.  Notwithstanding the provisions of section 392.220 to the contrary, the public service commission may designate one or more classes of economy rate telephone service for eligible subscribers pursuant to the provisions of this section.

  2.  The rates to be charged to eligible subscribers for economy rate telephone service shall be:

  (1)  Determined by the commission separately for each local exchange telecommunications company which elects to provide the service, however, the commission may hear and decide issues relating to the provision of the service common to all such companies in one proceeding;

  (2)  Set at levels which enhance the affordability to eligible subscribers of such service in comparison to other comparable levels of service offered by the local exchange telecommunications company.  

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Such rates shall not apply to any service or charge other than that for a basic access line, including any mileage or zone charges, except as provided in this section.

  3.  Every local exchange telecommunications company which elects to provide economy rate telephone service shall accept applications for economy rate telephone service according to a procedure approved by the commission.

  4.  An economy rate telephone service subscriber shall not be provided with more than one basic access line in his or her principal place of residence.  An applicant for economy rate telephone service may report only one address in this state as the principal place of residence.

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(L. 1986 H.B. 1301 § 2 subsecs. 1 to 4, A.L. 1988 H.B. 1290)


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