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Revised as of October 1, 2019
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§ 64.709 Informational tariffs.
(a) Informational tariffs filed pursuant to 47 U.S.C. 226(h)(1)(A)
shall contain specific rates expressed in dollars and cents for each
interstate operator service of the carrier and shall also contain
applicable per call aggregator surcharges or other per-call fees, if
any, collected from consumers by, or on behalf of, the carrier.
(b) Per call fees, if any, billed on behalf of aggregators or others,
shall be specified in informational tariffs in dollars and cents.
(c) In order to remove all doubt as to their proper application, all
informational tariffs must contain clear and explicit explanatory
statements regarding the rates, i.e., the tariffed price per unit of
service, and the regulations governing the offering of service in that
(d) Informational tariffs shall be accompanied by a cover letter,
addressed to the Secretary of the Commission, explaining the purpose of
(1) The original of the cover letter shall be submitted to the
Secretary without attachments, along with FCC Form 159, and the
appropriate fee to the address set forth in § 1.1105 of this chapter.
(2) Carriers should file informational tariffs and associated
documents, such as cover letters and attachments, electronically in
accordance with § § 61.13 and 61.14 of this chapter.
(e) Any changes to the tariff shall be submitted under a new cover
letter with a complete copy of the tariff, including changes.
(1) Changes to a tariff shall be explained in the cover letter but need
not be symbolized on the tariff pages.
(2) Revised tariffs shall be filled pursuant to the procedures
specified in this section.
[ 63 FR 11617 , Mar. 10, 1998; 63 FR 15316 , Mar. 31, 1998, as amended at
67 FR 2820 , Jan. 22, 2002; 73 FR 9031 , Feb. 19, 2008; 76 FR 43217 , July
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Goto Section: 64.708 | 64.710
Goto Year: 2018 |
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