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After incorporating, Allband's next step was to obtain a license from MPSC to provide basic local exchange service.
SBC's entry into the elective alternative regulation plan guarantees the company's customers price stability for their basic local exchange service and basic caller identification.
SB 25 would have destroyed the pro-competitive aspects of the 1996 Act by deregulating all telephone services - except first line basic local exchange service - without first ensuring that competition exists in those deregulated services markets.
will serve the public interest and ensure the availability of adequate basic local exchange service at just and reasonable rates and charges to all customers in CBT's service area.
The public interest, according to CBT's filing, would require the commission to first determine the need for a second basic local exchange service provider and then establish the ground rules for local exchange competition before any application can be granted.
Ameritech's request to increase the return check charge would ultimately make residential basic local exchange service more expensive for some customers contrary to the provisions of the alternative regulation plan," PUCO Chairman Alan Schriber stated.
Based on Bell Atlantic's own figures, revenues from basic local exchange service more than covers the costs of providing local service.
On August 9, 1996, Ameritech Michigan filed an application to restructure its basic local exchange service rates and services.