S.D. Admin. R. 20:10:10:04 - Other reasons for disconnection

In addition to nonpayment of past-due bills, a telecommunications company may disconnect a subscriber for any of the following reasons:

(1) Violation of governmental or telecommunications company rules set forth in subdivision 20:10:09:03(5). Before disconnecting the subscriber, the company must inform the subscriber of the violation by telephone or by mail;
(2) Failure to comply with an agreement to liquidate a continuing debt as described in subdivision 20:10:10:03(4). Before disconnecting the subscriber, the company must attempt to inform the subscriber of its intent to disconnect by telephone or mail;
(3) Failure to pay an increased deposit as described in § 20:10:08:03. Before disconnecting the subscriber, the company must attempt to inform the subscriber of its intent to disconnect by telephone or mail;
(4) Failure to pay an undisputed bill for telecommunications charges owed to an interstate carrier, except for pay-per-call charges, for whom a telecommunications company is acting as a billing agent. Before disconnecting the subscriber, the company must comply with the requirements of § 20:10:10:03.

Notes

S.D. Admin. R. 20:10:10:04
SL 1975, ch 16,

General Authority: SDCL 49-31-5.

Law Implemented: SDCL 49-31-5.

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