FCC 69.153 Revised as of October 1, 2014
Goto Year:2013 |
§ 69.153 Presubscribed interexchange carrier charge (PICC).
(a) A charge expressed in dollars and cents per line may be assessed
upon the Multi-line business subscriber's presubscribed interexchange
carrier to recover revenues totaling Average Price Cap CMT Revenues per
Line month times the number of base period lines less revenues
recovered through the End User Common Line charge established under
§ 69.152 and Interstate Access Universal Service Support Per Line (as
defined in § 54.807 of this chapter) multiplied by base period lines
for the applicable customer class and zones receiving such support, up
to a maximum of $4.31 per line per month. In the event the ceilings on
the PICC prevent the PICC from recovering all the residual common
line/marketing and residual interconnection charge revenues, the PICC
shall recover all residual common line/marketing revenues before it
recovers residual interconnection charge revenues.
(b) If an end-user customer does not have a presubscribed interexchange
carrier, the local exchange carrier may collect the PICC directly from
the end user.
(d) Local exchange carriers shall assess no more than five PICCs as
calculated under paragraph (a) of this section for Primary Rate
Interface ISDN service.
(e) The maximum monthly PICC for Centrex lines shall be one-ninth of
the maximum charge determined under paragraph (a) of this section,
except that if a Centrex customer has fewer than nine lines, the
maximum monthly PICC for those lines shall be the maximum charge
determined under paragraph (a) of this section divided by the
customer's number of Centrex lines.
(f) The PICC shall not be applicable to any payphone lines.
[ 65 FR 38703 , June 21, 2000; 65 FR 57744 , Sept. 26, 2000, as amended at
68 FR 43329 , July 22, 2003]
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