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52. The second criterion requires that the company
explain how it will make marketing information available
to other enhanced service vendors to give them an opportunity
comparable to that of the BOCs' unseparated
marketing personnel to sell protocol conversion services
to BOC basic telephone service subscribers. The procedures
Southwestern proposes to use are patterned after
those we have approved for New Jersey Bell and the other
Bell Atlantic companies.13 The procedures are also similar
to those which the Commission approved when it
relieved AT See Amendment of Section 64.702 of
the Commission's Rules and Regulations (Second Computer
Inquiry) 77 FCC 2d 384, recon. 84 FCC 2d 509 (1980), further
recon. 88 FCC 2d 512 (1981). aff d sub nom. Computer
provide the subscriber additional, different, or restructured
information; or involve subscriber interaction
with stored information. Enhanced services are not regulated
under Title 11 of the Act.
4 For proposed amendments to the above definition and for
other proposals to change our treatment of the enhanced offerings
of communications common carriers, see Amendment of
Section 64.702 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations
(Third Computer Inquiry), FCC 86-252 (released June 16, 1986)
(Computer III Order ); Supplemental Notice of Proposed
Rulemaking, FCC 86-253 (released June 16, 1986) (Computer III
Supplmental Notice ).
5 Protocol Waiver Order, supra., at 1112.
6 Memorandum Opinion and Order, New Jersey Bell Telephone
Company, Petition for Waiver of Section 64.702 of the
'Commission's Rules (Computer 11), Mimeo No. 0426 (released
October 24, 1985) (New Jersey Bell Order ).
7 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, Furnishing of Customer
Premises Equipment by the Bell Operating Companies and the
Independent Telephone Companies, CC Docket No. 86-79, FCC
86-113, (released March 28, 1986), at para. 49.
8 See footnote 4, supra.
9 The use of ETR in accounting for unregulated activities is
currently being examined in CC Docket 86-111. See Separation
of Costs of Regulated Telephone Service, FCC 86-146 (released
April 17, 1986)(Joint Cost NPRM ).
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