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FCC 69.416
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  69.416   Consumer Broadband-Only Loop expenses.

   (a) Each non-price cap local exchange carrier shall remove consumer
   broadband-only loop expenses assigned to the Special Access category by
   § § 69.401 through 69.415 from the special access category and assign
   them to the Consumer Broadband-Only Loop category when the tariff
   charge described in § 69.132 of this Part becomes effective.

   (b) Until June 30, 2018, the consumer broadband-only loop expenses to
   be removed from the special access category shall be determined using
   the following estimation method.

   (1) The expenses assigned to the Common Line category as if the common
   line expenses were 100 percent interstate shall be determined using the
   methodology employed in § 69.311(b)(1).

   (2) The result of paragraph (b)(1) of this section shall be divided by
   the number of voice and voice/data lines in the study area to produce
   an average expense per line.

   (3) The average expense per line determined by paragraph (b)(2) of this
   section shall be multiplied by the number of Consumer Broadband-only
   Loops in the study area to derive the expenses to be shifted from the
   Special Access category to the Consumer Broadband-only Loop category.

   (c) Beginning July 1, 2018, each carrier shall determine, consistent
   with the Part 36 and Part 69 cost allocation rules, the amount of
   Consumer Broadband-Only Loop expenses assigned to the interstate
   Special Access category that are to be shifted to the Consumer
   Broadband-Only Loop category.

   [ 81 FR 24346 , Apr. 25, 2016, as amended at  83 FR 14189 , Apr. 3, 2018]


Subpart F—Segregation of Common Line Element Revenue Requirement


Goto Section: 69.415 | 69.501

Goto Year: 2020 | 2022
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