Table of Parts
Subpart A—Traffic Damage Claims
Sec. 64.1 Traffic damage claims.
Subpart B—Restrictions on Indecent Telephone Message Services
Sec. 64.201 Restrictions on indecent telephone message services.
Subpart C—Furnishing of Facilities to Foreign Governments for International
Sec. 64.301 Furnishing of facilities to foreign governments for international
Subpart D—Procedures for Handling Priority Services in Emergencies
Sec. 64.401 Policies and procedures for provisioning and restoring certain
telecommunications services in emergencies.
Sec. 64.402 Policies and procedures for the provision of priority access
service by commercial mobile radio service providers.
Subpart E—Use of Recording Devices by Telephone Companies
Sec. 64.501 Recording of telephone conversations with telephone companies.
Subpart F—Telecommunications Relay Services and Related Customer Premises
Equipment for Persons With Disabilities
Sec. 64.601 Definitions.
Sec. 64.602 Jurisdiction.
Sec. 64.603 Provision of services.
Sec. 64.604 Mandatory minimum standards.
Sec. 64.605 State certification.
Sec. 64.606 Furnishing related customer premises equipment.
Sec. 64.607 Provision of hearing aid compatible telephones by exchange
Sec. 64.608 Enforcement of related customer premises equipment rules.
Subpart G—Furnishing of Enhanced Services and Customer-Premises Equipment by
Bell Operating Companies; Telephone Operator Services
Sec. 64.702 Furnishing of enhanced services and customer-premises equipment.
Sec. 64.703 Consumer information.
Sec. 64.704 Call blocking prohibited.
Sec. 64.705 Restrictions on charges related to the provision of operator
Sec. 64.706 Minimum standards for the routing and handling of emergency
Sec. 64.707 Public dissemination of information by providers of operator
Sec. 64.708 Definitions.
Sec. 64.709 Informational tariffs.
Sec. 64.710 Operator services for prison inmate phones.
Subpart H—Extension of Unsecured Credit for Interstate and Foreign
Communications Services to Candidates for Federal Office
Sec. 64.801 Purpose.
Sec. 64.802 Applicability.
Sec. 64.803 Definitions.
Sec. 64.804 Rules governing the extension of unsecured credit to candidates
or persons on behalf of such candidates for Federal office for interstate
and foreign common carrier communication services.
Subpart I—Allocation of Costs
Sec. 64.901 Allocation of costs.
Sec. 64.902 Transactions with affiliates.
Sec. 64.903 Cost allocation manuals.
Sec. 64.904 Independent audits.
Sec. 64.905 Annual certification.
Subpart J—International Settlements Policy and Modification Requests
Sec. 64.1001 Requests to modify international settlements arrangements.
Sec. 64.1002 International settlements policy.
Subpart K—Changes in Preferred Telecommunications Service Providers
Sec. 64.1100 Definitions.
Sec. 64.1110 State notification of election to administer FCC rules.
Sec. 64.1120 Verification of orders for telecommunications service.
Sec. 64.1130 Letter of agency form and content.
Sec. 64.1140 Carrier liability for slamming.
Sec. 64.1150 Procedures for resolution of unauthorized changes in preferred
Sec. 64.1160 Absolution procedures where the subscriber has not paid charges.
Sec. 64.1170 Reimbursement procedures where the subscriber has paid charges.
Sec. 64.1190 Preferred carrier freezes.
Sec. 64.1195 Registration requirement.
Subpart L—Restrictions on Telemarketing and Telephone Solicitation
Sec. 64.1200 Delivery restrictions.
Sec. 64.1201 Restrictions on billing name and address disclosure.
Subpart M—Provision of Payphone Service
Sec. 64.1300 Payphone compensation obligation.
Sec. 64.1301 Per-payphone compensation.
Sec. 64.1310 Payphone compensation procedures.
Sec. 64.1320 Payphone call tracking system audits.
Sec. 64.1330 State review of payphone entry and exit regulations and public
Sec. 64.1340 Right to negotiate.
Subpart N—Expanded Interconnection
Sec. 64.1401 Expanded interconnection.
Sec. 64.1402 Rights and responsibilities of interconnectors.
Subpart O—Interstate Pay-Per-Call and Other Information Services
Sec. 64.1501 Definitions.
Sec. 64.1502 Limitations on the provision of pay-per-call services.
Sec. 64.1503 Termination of pay-per-call and other information programs.
Sec. 64.1504 Restrictions on the use of toll-free numbers.
Sec. 64.1505 Restrictions on collect telephone calls.
Sec. 64.1506 Number designation.
Sec. 64.1507 Prohibition on disconnection or interruption of service for
failure to remit pay-per-call and similar service charges.
Sec. 64.1508 Blocking access to 900 service.
Sec. 64.1509 Disclosure and dissemination of pay-per-call information.
Sec. 64.1510 Billing and collection of pay-per-call and similar service
Sec. 64.1511 Forgiveness of charges and refunds.
Sec. 64.1512 Involuntary blocking of pay-per-call services.
Sec. 64.1513 Verification of charitable status.
Sec. 64.1514 Generation of signalling tones.
Sec. 64.1515 Recovery of costs.
Subpart P—Calling Party Telephone Number; Privacy
Sec. 64.1600 Definitions.
Sec. 64.1601 Delivery requirements and privacy restrictions.
Sec. 64.1602 Restrictions on use and sale of telephone subscriber information
provided pursuant to automatic number identification or charge number
Sec. 64.1603 Customer notification.
Sec. 64.1604 Effective date.
Subpart Q—Implementation of Section 273(d)(5) of the Communiations Act:
Dispute Resolution Regarding Equipment Standards
Sec. 64.1700 Purpose and scope.
Sec. 64.1701 Definitions.
Sec. 64.1702 Procedures.
Sec. 64.1703 Dispute resolution default process.
Sec. 64.1704 Frivolous disputes/penalties.
Subpart R—Geographic Rate Averaging and Rate Integration
Sec. 64.1801 Geographic rate averaging and rate integration.
Subpart S—Nondominant Interexchange Carrier Certifications Regarding
Geographic Rate Averaging and Rate Integration Requirements
Sec. 64.1900 Nondominant interexchange carrier certifications regarding
geographic rate averaging and rate integration requirements.
Subpart T—Separate Affiliate Requirements for Incumbent Independent Local
Exchange Carriers That Provide In-Region, Interstate Domestic Interexchange
Services or In-Region International Interexchange Services
Sec. 64.1901 Basis and purpose.
Sec. 64.1902 Terms and definitions.
Sec. 64.1903 Obligations of all incumbent independent local exchange
Subpart U—Customer Proprietary Network Information
Sec. 64.2001 Basis and purpose.
Sec. 64.2003 Definitions.
Sec. 64.2005 Use of customer proprietary network information without customer
Sec. 64.2007 Approval required for use of customer proprietary network
Sec. 64.2008 Notice required for use of customer proprietary network
Sec. 64.2009 Safeguards required for use of customer proprietary network
Subpart V—Telecommunications Carrier Systems Security and Integrity Pursuant
to the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA)
Sec. 64.2100 Purpose.
Sec. 64.2101 Scope.
Sec. 64.2102 Definitions.
Sec. 64.2103 Policies and procedures for employee supervision and control.
Sec. 64.2104 Maintaining secure and accurate records.
Sec. 64.2105 Submission of policies and procedures and commission review.
Sec. 64.2106 Penalties.
Subpart W—Required New Capabilities Pursuant to the Communications
Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA)
Sec. 64.2200 Purpose.
Sec. 64.2201 Scope.
Sec. 64.2202 Definitions.
Sec. 64.2203 Capabilities that must be provided by a wireline
Subpart X—Subscriber List Information
Sec. 64.2301 Basis and purpose.
Sec. 64.2305 Definitions.
Sec. 64.2309 Provision of subscriber list information.
Sec. 64.2313 Timely basis.
Sec. 64.2317 Unbundled basis.
Sec. 64.2321 Nondiscriminatory rates, terms, and conditions.
Sec. 64.2325 Reasonable rates, terms, and conditions.
Sec. 64.2329 Format.
Sec. 64.2333 Burden of proof.
Sec. 64.2337 Directory publishing purposes.
Sec. 64.2341 Record keeping.
Sec. 64.2345 Primary advertising classification.
Subpart Y—Truth-in-Billing Requirements for Common Carriers
Sec. 64.2400 Purpose and scope.
Sec. 64.2401 Truth-in-Billing Requirements.
Subpart Z—Prohibition on Exclusive Telecommunications Contracts
Sec. 64.2500 Prohibited agreements.
Sec. 64.2501 Scope of limitation.
Sec. 64.2502 Effect of state law or regulation.
Subpart AA—Universal Emergency Telephone Number
Sec. 64.3000 Definitions.
Sec. 64.3001 Obligation to transmit 911 calls.
Sec. 64.3002 Transition to 911 as the universal emergency telephone number.
Sec. 64.3003 Obligation for providing a permissive dialing period.
Sec. 64.3004 Obligation for providing an intercept message.
Subpart BB—Restrictions on Unwanted Mobile Service Commercial Messages
Sec. 64.3100 Restrictions on mobile service commercial messages.
Subpart CC—Customer Account Record Exchange Requirements
Sec. 64.4000 Basis and purpose.
Sec. 64.4001 Definitions.
Sec. 64.4002 Notification obligations of LECs.
Sec. 64.4003 Notification obligations of IXCs.
Sec. 64.4004 Timeliness of required notifications.
Sec. 64.4005 Unreasonable terms or conditions on the provision of customer
Sec. 64.4006 Limitations on use of customer account information.
Appendix A to Part 64—Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System for
National Security Emergency Preparedness (NSEP)
Appendix B to Part 64—Priority Access Service (PAS) for National Security
and Emergency Preparedness (NSEP)
Authority: 47 U.S.C. 154, 254(k); secs. 403(b)(2)(B),(c), Pub. L. 104–104,
110 Stat. 56. Interpret or apply 47 U.S.C. 201, 218, 222, 225, 226, 228, and
254 (k) unless otherwise noted.
Source: 28 FR 13239, Dec. 5, 1963, unless otherwise noted.
Subpart A—Traffic Damage Claims