(a) A private pay telephone service provider
shall use coin telephone instruments registered with the Federal Communications
Commission, under the provisions of 47 C.F.R. 68 in effect on October 11,
(c) A private pay
telephone must accept incoming calls unless the premises owner or
tenant-in-charge requests, or the commission orders under
42.05.291, the private pay telephone service
provider to block incoming calls.
(d) The private pay telephone service
provider may limit the duration of incoming calls; however, the limit may not
be less than three minutes. For a limited duration call, a disconnection
warning must be given one minute before disconnection and 30 seconds before
disconnection. No other calls may be limited in duration.
(e) A private pay telephone service provider
must use a positive acceptance system for an automated collect call. A positive
acceptance system permits completion of the call only if the called party
affirmatively accepts the call by an oral statement or a signal entered from
the called party's telephone keypad.
(f) A private pay telephone must be
compatible with hearing-aid devices.
A private pay telephone must be
accessible to persons with disabilities as required by the following federal
statutes and regulations, in effect as of October 11, 1995:
(Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990);
(2)36 C.F.R. 1191;
(3)28 C.F.R. 36.