FCC Record, Volume 2, No. 1, Pages 1 to 409, January 5 - January 16, 1987 Page: 70
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Federal Communications Commission Record
Independent Coin Pay Telephone Association (Pay
Home Insurance Company
Southern New England Telephone Company (SNET)
List of NYNEX pleadings:
NYNEX Petition for Waiver of Various Sections of Part
69 of the Commission's Rules
New York Telephone Company Tariff F.C.C. No. 40,
Transmittal No. 775
New England Telephone and Telegraph Company Tariff
F.C.C. No. 41, Transmittal No. 819.
NYNEX Reply to Comments
NYNEX Opposition to Petition to Reject or Suspend
MTS Rates see also MTS and WATS Market Structure,
93 FCC 2d 241, 297-313 (1983)(Access Charge Order).
s Guidelines Order at para. 144.
6 We received numerous comments and reply comments on
NYNEX's waiver petition. In addition, a number of parties filed
petitions to reject or to suspend and investigate NYNEX's proposed
tariff revisions. A list of these pleadings appears in Appendix
A to this Order.
7 See NYNEX Petition at 4 n.10, 11 n.19.
8 Guidelines Order at para. 146.
9 Guidelines Order at para. 139.
10 Id. at paras. 140-143.
11 Id. at para. 140.
12 Id. at para. 144.
13 For a chart of the specific MTS rates and taper structures
proposed by New England and New York, see Appendix B to
14 Pursuant to the dual system of federal and state regulation
of telecommunications established under the Communications
Act of 1934, see 47 U.S.C. 152, local exchange carrier (LEC)
costs are apportioned between state and interstate jurisdictions
and recovered thereafter according to applicable federal and
state regulatory policies. These apportionments are governed by
the Separations Manual, which is incorporated into Part 67 of
our rules. See 47 C.F.R. 67.1 et seq. Central Office Equipment
Category 6 (hereafter CAT 6) is one component of the Separations
Manual. CAT 6 costs are associated with local dial switching
equipment. See 47 C.F.R. 67.138. LECs recover most of
the interstate portion of such costs from interexchange carriers
(IXCs) on the basis of various charges assessed per minute of
access use. As established in Part 69 of our rules, one of these
charges is known as the line termination charge. See 47 C.F.R.
69.106; see also Access Charge Order, 93 FCC 2d at 303-304.
15 Under the New York plan, the surcharge would recover
approximately $32 million, which represents 25 percent of New
York's line termination revenue requirement. New York Telephone
Company Transmittal No. 775, Description and Justification,
filed June 26, 1986, at 2-48 (New York D
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