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Accessing 9-1-1 Service Via a Multi-line Telephone System (“MLTS”) Workshop
Staff of the Commission on State Emergency Communications (“CSEC”) will conduct a workshop regarding Accessing 9-1-1 Service Via a Multi-line Telephone System (“MLTS”) on Wednesday, August 27, 2014, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., in the William P. Hobby Building, 333 Guadalupe Street, Room 100, Austin, Texas 78701. All 9‑1-1 Entities, businesses (including hotels, hospitals, and schools), MLTS vendors, communications service providers, third‑party provider community, and interested persons are invited to attend this public workshop. For more information please click here.
Order Setting the Regional Planning Commission Wireline 9-1-1 Emergency Service Fee and Statewide Equalization Surcharge
In accordance with Commission Rule 255.1 (1 Tex. Admin. Code Part 12, Ch. 255, § 255.1), the Commission shall set by order the wireline/VoIP fee and the surcharge. Having duly considered Commission Staff’s recommendations and any comments received regarding the appropriate rates for the wireline/VoIP fee and surcharge, the Commission hereby,
ORDERS the Regional Planning Commission wireline/VoIP fee to continue to be imposed at the rate of 50 cents ($.50) per month, per non-exempt local exchange access line or equivalent local exchange access line as defined in Commission Rule 255.4 (1 Tex. Admin. Code Part 12, Ch. 255, § 255.4); and further
ORDERS the equalization surcharge to continue to be imposed at the rate of 6 cents ($.06) per month, per non-exempt local exchange access line, equivalent local exchange access line, and non-prepaid wireless telecommunications connection.