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Major change in Pac Bell application
I just received Pac Bell's written witness statements in support of their
ISDN rate increase application. One of the witnesses, Tom Bayless,
introduces a little surprise. When asked if there will be any modifications
to the Application, he replies:
"Yes. The application was filed on December 5, 1995. On march 13, 1995 the
Commission released its resale decision in I.95-04-0944 which moved ISDN
services to Category II (D.96-03-020, p. 27). Under IRD, each rate element
of a Category II service must equal or exceed the LRIC for that rate element
(D.94-09-065, Conclusion of Law 152, p. 327).
As a result, Pacific Bell proposes to raise the monthly recurring charge for
ISDN service by $8.00 per month and, in return, we will _not_ increase the
I have been trying to reach one of the Pac Bell attorneys who can interpret
this and answer the crucial question of whether they also plan to remove or
modify the 20 hour cap on free residential local usage. I spoke to one
person who didn't think so, but I don't yet have any official word.
Richard L. Kashdan, Esq. <email@example.com> WB6AWJ San Francisco, CA
Voice:(415)864-5678 Fax:(415)621-9554 http://www.wideweb.com/rkashdan/
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