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52 Pa. Code § 63.206. Discontinuance of billing.

§ 63.206. Discontinuance of billing.

 (a)  LSPs shall minimize overlap in billing during the migration between LSPs.

 (b)  Within 42 days of the receipt of a line loss notification from the NSP, the customer’s OLSP shall issue the customer a final bill for services rendered.

 (c)  Once the customer has paid the charges on the final bill, the OLSP shall immediately remove the customer from its billing system and discontinue billing, unless the OLSP provides other services to the customer.

 (d)  Subject to the terms of an applicable tariff or customer specific pricing arrangement, the OLSP shall stop billing the customer for any recurring charges associated with the migrated services as of the date of the migration.

 (e)  This subchapter does not affect a customer’s debtor/consumer rights or an LSP’s creditor’s remedies, as may be otherwise permitted by law.

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