pay-per-call services

(1) The term “pay-per-call services” means any service— (A) in which any person provides or purports to provide— (i) audio information or audio entertainment produced or packaged by such person; (ii) access to simultaneous voice conversation services; or (iii) any service, including the provision of a product, the charges for which are assessed on the basis of the completion of the call; (B) for which the caller pays a per-call or per-time-interval charge that is greater than, or in addition to, the charge for transmission of the call; and (C) which is accessed through use of a 900 telephone number or other prefix or area code designated by the Commission in accordance with subsection (b)(5).


47 USC § 228(i)(1)

Scoping language

For purposes of this section
Is this correct? or