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Title 47Chapter ISubchapter BPart 64 → Subpart DD


Title 47: Telecommunication
PART 64—MISCELLANEOUS RULES RELATING TO COMMON CARRIERS


Subpart DD—Prepaid Calling Card Providers


Contents
§64.5000   Definitions.
§64.5001   Reporting and certification requirements.

Source: 71 FR 43673, Aug. 2, 2006, unless otherwise noted.

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§64.5000   Definitions.

(a) Prepaid calling card. The term “prepaid calling card” means a card or similar device that allows users to pay in advance for a specified amount of calling, without regard to additional features, functions, or capabilities available in conjunction with the calling service.

(b) Prepaid calling card provider. The term “prepaid calling card provider” means any entity that provides telecommunications service to consumers through the use of a prepaid calling card.

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§64.5001   Reporting and certification requirements.

On a quarterly basis, every prepaid calling card provider must submit to the Commission a certification with respect to the prior quarter, signed by an officer of the company under penalty of perjury, stating that it is making the required Universal Service Fund contribution. This provision shall not apply to any prepaid calling card provider that has timely filed required annual and quarterly Telecommunications Reporting Worksheets, FCC Forms 499-A and 499-Q, during the preceding two-year period.

[82 FR 48778, Oct. 20, 2017]

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