47 CFR 64.1509 - Disclosure and dissemination of pay-per-call information.
(a) Any common carrier assigning a telephone number to a provider of interstate pay-per-call services shall make readily available, at no charge, to Federal and State agencies and all other interested persons:
(1) A list of the telephone numbers for each of the pay-per-call services it carries;
(2) A short description of each such service;
(3) A statement of the total cost or the cost per minute and any other fees for each such service; and
(4) A statement of the pay-per-call service provider's name, business address, and business telephone number.
(b) Any common carrier assigning a telephone number to a provider of interstate pay-per-call services and offering billing and collection services to such provider shall:
(1) Establish a local or toll-free telephone number to answer questions and provide information on subscribers' rights and obligations with regard to their use of pay-per-call services and to provide to callers the name and mailing address of any provider of pay-per-call services offered by that carrier; and
(2) Provide to all its telephone subscribers, either directly or through contract with any local exchange carrier providing billing and collection services to that carrier, a disclosure statement setting forth all rights and obligations of the subscriber and the carrier with respect to the use and payment of pay-per-call services. Such statement must include the prohibition against disconnection of basic communications services for failure to pay pay-per-call charges established by § 64.1507, the right of a subscriber to obtain blocking in accordance with § 64.1508, the right of a subscriber not to be billed for pay-per-call services not offered in compliance with federal laws and regulations established by § 64.1510(a)(1), and the possibility that a subscriber's access to 900 services may be involuntarily blocked pursuant to § 64.1512 for failure to pay legitimate pay-per-call charges. Disclosure statements must be forwarded to:
(i) All telephone subscribers no later than 60 days after these regulations take effect;
(ii) All new telephone subscribers no later than 60 days after service is established;
(iii) All telephone subscribers requesting service at a new location no later than 60 days after service is established; and
(iv) Thereafter, to all subscribers at least once per calendar year, at intervals of not less than 6 months nor more than 18 months.
Title 47 published on 2014-10-01
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