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  660.138.  Definitions. — As used in sections 660.137 to 660.149, the following terms mean:

  (1)  "Basic access line", a telephone line which provides switched voice residential communications service from the local exchange telecommunication company central office to the customer's premises which enables the customer to originate and terminate long distance and local calling;

  (2)  "Commission", the public service commission;

  (3)  "Economy rate telephone service", a class of local exchange telephone service provided to eligible subscribers which is designed to meet their minimum residential communication needs excluding all extras and fringe benefits including call waiting, call forwarding and other such services but providing access to telephone service for emergency calls and for the maintenance of necessary social contacts;

  (4)  "Eligible subscriber", an individual who has been certified by the department of social services to be eligible to receive utilicare benefits pursuant to sections 660.100 to 660.135;

  (5)  "Zone or mileage charges", any charges required for receipt of a basic access line which are based upon distance, by mileage or zones, of the customer from the company central office.


(L. 1986 H.B. 1301 § 1, A.L. 1988 H.B. 1290)

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