FCC Record, Volume 2, No. 1, Pages 1 to 409, January 5 - January 16, 1987 Page: 63
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Federal Communications Commission Record
B. Description of NYNEX Plan
11. The single most important aspect of the two
NYNEX plans is the recovery from end users of much of
NYNEX's originating access revenue requirements. For
interstate calls subject to the plan, NYNEX proposes to
assess end users all access charges associated with the use
of its facilities in originating those calls. Thus, IXCs
would not be assessed originating access charges for such
calls. Under the plans, the end user charges would be
assessed on a usage basis pursuant to tapered rate schedules.
Users of MTS and MTS-like services would be assessed
end user charges according to a rate schedule that
recovers the originating portion of the CCL revenue requirement
and most of the revenue requirements NYNEX
currently recovers through TS charges (including a percentage
of the billing and collection revenue requirements).
Subscribers to WATS and WATS-like services
would be assessed charges according to a second schedule
that does not include a CCL component. New England
and the New York Telephone Company (New York) have
filed separate sets of rate schedules. The New England
rate schedules include four separate usage bands; the New
York schedules have six. Both sets of rate schedules
provide for off-peak rates from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m.13
12. According to NYNEX, its end user charges, which it
dubs End User Originating Access Service (EUOAS)
charges, would not be applied to all originating switched
access calls due to the technical limitations of certain
types of access. Rather, as a general matter, end users
served by equal access offices would be billed EUOAS
rates for originating access on directly dialed calls over all
FGB, FGC, and FGD lines, as well as premium FGA
lines in offices with measurement capability. EUOAS
charges also would be applied to certain OCC credit card
calls and private (non-IXC, non-NYNEX) pay telephone
calls. On the other hand, EUOAS rates would not apply
to non-premium FGA, premium FGA in .unmeasured
offices, operator-assisted calls, NYNEX and AT
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United States. Federal Communications Commission. FCC Record, Volume 2, No. 1, Pages 1 to 409, January 5 - January 16, 1987, book, January 1987; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1597/m1/70/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.