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2004

Opinion and Order
In the Matter of the Review of SBC Ohio's TELRIC Costs for Unbundled Network Elements.
Case No. 02-1280-TP-UNC
November 3, 2004
Approximately 121 Pages
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Finding and Order
In the Matter of the Commission Investigation of the Intrastate Universal Service Discounts
Case No. 97-632-TP-COI
September 8, 2004
Approximately 4 Pages
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Finding and Order
In the Matter of the Commission's Investigation into the Implementation of Section 276 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 Regarding Pay Telephone Services.
Case No. 96-1310-TP-COI
September 1, 2004
Approximately 32 Pages
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Finding and Order
In the Matter of the Application of Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company for Approval of an Alternative Form of Regulation Pursuant to Chapter 4901:1-4, Ohio Administrative Code
Case No. 04-720-TP-ALT
June 30, 2004
Approximately 18 Pages
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Entry
In the Matter of the Application of SBC Ohio for Approval of an Agreement Ammendment Between SBC Ohio and Sage Telecom Inc., Pursuant to Section 252 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996
Case No. 04-663-TP-AEC
May 5, 2004
Approximately 3 Pages
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Finding and Order
In the Matter of the Review of SBC Ohio's TELRIC Costs for Unbundled Netowrk Elements
Case No. 02-1280-TP-UNC
March 11, 2004
Approximately 17 Pages
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Finding and Order
In the Matter of the Application of SBC Ohio to Modify the General Terms and Conditions Related to Toll and Long Distance Availability Limits
Case No. 03-1149-TP-ZTA
February 11, 2004
Approximately 7 Pages
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Opinion and Order
In the Matter of the Implementation of the Federal Communication Commission's Review of the Triennial Review Regarding Local Circuit Switching in the Mass Market
Case No. 03-2040-TP-COI
January 14, 2004
Approximately 85 Pages
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2002

Finding and Order
In the Matter of the Application of United Telephone Company dba Sprint for Approval of an Alternative Form of Regulation Pursuant to Chapter 4901:1-4, Ohio Administrative Code.
Case No. 02-2117-TP-ALT
October 3, 2002
Approximately 19 Pages
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Second Supplemental Opinion and Order
In the Matter of the Commission-Ordered Investigation of Ameritech Ohio Relative to Its Compliance with Certain Provisions of the Minimum Telephone Service Standards Set Forth in Chapter 4901:1-5, Ohio Administrative Code
Case No. 99-938-TP-COI
January 31, 2002
Approximately 53 Pages
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2001

Opinion and Order
In the Matter of the Review of Ameritech Ohio's Economic Costs for Interconnection, Unbundled Network Elements, and Reciprocal Compensation for Transport and Termination of Local Telecommunications Traffic.
Case No. 96-922-TP-UNC
and
In the Matter of the Application of Ameritech Ohio for Approval of Carrier to Carrier Tariff
Case No. 00-1368-TP-ATA
October 4, 2001
Approximately 28 Pages
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2000

Opinion and Order
In the Matter of the Joint Application of Bell Atlantic Corporation and GTE Corporation for Consent and Approval of a Change in Control.
Case No. 98-1398-TP-AMT
February 10, 2000
Approximately 63 Pages
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1999

Order
In the Matter of the Commission Ordered Investigation of Ameritech Ohio Relative to Its Compliance with Certain Provisions of Case No. 99-938-TP-COI the Minimum Telephone Service Standards Set Forth in Chapter 4901:1-5, Ohio Administrative Code
Case No. 99-938-TP-COI
Issued and Effective: August 12, 1999
Approximately 4 Pages

The Commission's staff has been informally monitoring telecommunications utilities. Of the large LECs, the staff has monitored the practices of Ameritech Ohio (Ameritech), GTE North Incorporated, Cincinnati Bell Telephone Company, and United Telephone Company of Ohio dba Sprint. Based on these ongoing investigations, the Commission's staff has identified certain areas of noncompliance with the current MTSS. In general, the staff believes that Ameritech: (a) has continued to engage in the improper use of exceptions; (b) has failed to fully adjust or credit customer' accounts for missed installation appointments; (c) has failed to fully adjust or credit customer accounts for out-of-service conditions; (d) has failed to fully adjust or credit customer's accounts for missed repair appointments; (e) has failed to comply with the Commission's business office and repair center answer time intervals; and (f) has engaged in questionable marketing practices. The Commission believes that, based upon the foregoing and the attached report, further investigation of the issues cited by the staff is warranted. It is, therefore, ORDERED, That, in accordance with Finding (6), Ameritech shall file a report in this docket on or before September 1, 1999. It is, further, ORDERED, That a hearing be scheduled as set forth in Finding (7). It is, further, ORDERED, That a copy of this entry be served upon Ameritech by certified mail.
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1998

Order
In the Matter of the Application of The Ohio Bell Telephone Company for Approval of an Alternative Form of Regulation
Case No. 93-487-TP-ALT
Opinion and Order
December 30, 1998
Approximately 38 Pages

By Opinion and Order issued on November 23, 1994, in this docket, the Commission approved a stipulation and the attached alternative regulation plan for Ameritech Ohio (Ameritech). One of the commitments adopted as part of the alternative regulation plan was the establishment of a universal service assistance (USA) program to provide discounts and other benefits to low-income persons meeting certain eligibility criteria. The Commissionís November 23, 1994 Opinion and Order was overturned by the Ohio Supreme Court on grounds unrelated to the USA program in Time Warner AxS v. Pub. Util. Comm. (1996), 75 Ohio St. 3d 299, but then reinstated by adoption of Sub. S.B. 306, effective on June 18, 1996. As part of the settlement agreement that led to this reinstatement, certain enhancements to the USA program were agreed to by Ameritech in Case No. 96-532-TP-UNC, In the Matter of the Implementation of Substitute Senate Bill 306 or Substitute House Bill 734 of the 121st General Assembly. (Approximately 38 pages)
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1996

Before the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
In the Matter of the Commission Investigation Relative to the Establishment of LocalExchange Competition and Other Competitive Issues
Case No. 95-845-TP-COI
November 7, 1996
Approximately 132 Pages

Order and Guidelines for the instituting of Local Exchange Competition in the state of Ohio.
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Finding and Order
In the Matter of the Commission Investigation Relative to the Establishment of Local Exchange Competition and Other Competitive Issues.
Case No. 95-845-TP-COI
August 15, 1996
Approximately 75 Pages

The Ohio Commission discusses and implements the regulatory framework necessary for Local Exchange Competition. The Order considers all aspects of competition, as well as comments from interested parties.
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Order
In the Matter of AT&T Communications of Ohio, Inc.'s Petition for Arbitration of InterConnection Rates, Terms, and Conditions and Related Arrangements with The Ohio Bell Telephone Company dba Ameritech Ohio.
Case No. 96-752-TP-ARB
No Date
Approximately 26 Pages
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