In the past, CLD and other long distance companies filed tariffs with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). A tariff is a regulatory document that governs the rates, terms and conditions under which service is provided to customers. Because state-to-state and international long distance calling is now a competitive service, the FCC eliminated the requirement for filing tariffs for these services. Therefore, the terms and conditions will now be provided in the Long Distance Service Agreement.
- Where do I get out-of-town telephone directories?
- What does the law say about telephone use?
- What if I have a question that isn’t covered here?
- Will the Long Distance Service Agreement affect my service?
- Will I need to take any actions to accept the new Agreement?
- Will all of my long distance services be provided under the new Agreement?