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52 Pa. Code § 63.202. Migration responsibilities of OLSPs, NLSPs and NSPs.

§ 63.202. Migration responsibilities of OLSPs, NLSPs and NSPs.

 (a)  The OLSP shall be responsible for responding to the prospective NLSP’s request for a CSR, consistent with the requirements of §  63.203 (relating to standards for the exchange of CSRs).

 (b)  The prospective NLSP shall be responsible for coordinating the migration of the customer’s local service with its NSP, if any, and with the OLSP.

 (c)  The prospective NLSP shall provide the LSR information to affected service providers, as applicable.

 (d)  The timetable for issuing an LSC is as follows:

   (1)  By August 13, 2005, the NSP or OLSP shall issue an LSC or rejection within 3 working days from the date the NSP or OLSP receives an LSR from the prospective NLSP.

   (2)  After February 13, 2006, the NSP or OLSP shall issue an LSC or rejection within 2 working days from the date the NSP or OLSP receives an LSR from the prospective NLSP.

   (3)  After August 14, 2006, the NSP or OLSP shall issue an LSC or rejection within 1 working day from the date the NSP or OLSP receives an LSR from the prospective NLSP.

 (e)  The NLSP shall be responsible for coordinating a customer’s service restoration that may become necessary due to problems with the migration.

 (f)  After a migration has been completed, the old NSP shall provide notification to the OLSP that the customer has migrated to the NLSP.



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