Goto Section: 10.210 | 10.230 | Table of Contents
Revised as of October 1, 2010
Goto Year:2009 |
§ 10.220 Withdrawal of election to participate in CMAS.
A CMS provider that elects to transmit CMAS Alert Messages, in part or
in whole, may withdraw its election without regulatory penalty or
forfeiture if it notifies all affected subscribers as well as the
Federal Communications Commission at least sixty (60) days prior to the
withdrawal of its election. In the event that a carrier withdraws from
its election to transmit CMAS Alert Messages, the carrier must notify
each affected subscriber individually in clear and conspicuous language
citing the statute. Such notice must promptly inform the customer that
he or she no longer could expect to receive alerts and of his or her
right to terminate service as a result, without penalty or early
termination fee. Such notice must facilitate the ability of a customer
to automatically respond and immediately discontinue service.
Goto Section: 10.210 | 10.230
Goto Year: 2009 |
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