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52 Pa. Code § 63.201. General migration standards.

MIGRATION


§ 63.201. General migration standards.

 (a)  A customer has the right to migrate from one LSP to another LSP.

 (b)  The prospective NLSP shall communicate and explain to the customer the migration process and the migration timetable for the local service and for any other service the customer may order.

 (c)  The OLSP, the NLSP and the NSP shall work together in good faith to minimize or avoid problems associated with migrating the customer’s account.

 (d)  The OLSP may not prohibit the NLSP from reusing facilities that are no longer needed by the OLSP to provide local service to the migrating customer or other customer. If the OLSP has a conflict over the use of the facilities, it may be resolved using the interfering station procedures under § §  63.211—63.214 (relating to interfering stations) or the expedited dispute process under §  63.222 (relating to expedited process for resolution of migration disputes between service providers).

 (e)  At the end of each working day, the NLSP shall notify the 9-1-1 host carrier and the Directory Listings/White Pages providers of that day’s changes to these databases.

 (f)  Each LSP and NSP shall maintain a company contact and escalation list for use in resolving migration problems and interfering station conditions. The companies shall update the lists to ensure that the information is current and accurate. LSPs and NSPs shall post the list on a publicly accessible website and supply the website address to the Commission. The Commission will post the address on its website.



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