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FCC 69.415
Revised as of October 1, 2009
Goto Year:2008 | 2010
  §  69.415   Reallocation of certain transport expenses.

   (a) Beginning January 1, 2002, non-price cap local exchange carriers
   shall reallocate a portion of the costs otherwise assigned to the
   transport category to the common line, local switching, information,
   and special access elements.

   (b) The amount to be reallocated is limited to the total revenues
   recovered through the interconnection charge assessed pursuant to
   § 69.124 for the 12-month period ending June 30, 2001.

   (c) The reallocation of the amount in paragraph (b) of this section
   shall be based on each access element's projected revenue requirement
   divided by the total revenue requirement of all the access elements,
   provided that:

   (1) Local switching support shall not be included in the local
   switching category's projected revenue requirement, or in the total
   projected revenue requirement;

   (2) A non-price cap local exchange carrier's universal service
   contribution shall not be included in the numerator or the denominator
   of the allocation formula;

   (3) The amount determined in paragraph (b) of this section shall be
   excluded from the transport revenue requirement and from the total
   projected revenue requirement for purposes of the allocation
   calculations; and

   (4) The common line revenue requirement shall include long term support
   as provided in § 54.303 of this chapter and, beginning July 1, 2002,
   shall include Interstate Common Line Support as provided in § 54.901 of
   this chapter.

   [ 66 FR 59733 , Nov. 30, 2001]

Subpart F—Segregation of Common Line Element Revenue Requirement

Goto Section: 69.414 | 69.417

Goto Year: 2008 | 2010
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