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Telephone Co.


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FCC Opt-In Plan for (Customer Proprietary Network Information) CPNI

DSL Service Guide

Family owned since it was established in 1903, Sweetser Telephone Co provides all the advanced voice and data services you would expect from a large metro telephone company, including DSL. Sweetser Telephone uses the advanced Nortel DMS Digital switch to provide reliable service to their customers. Installation, repairs and service is normally handled within 1 business day (usually the same day). 


Notice April, 2003:

A recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order changed the way telephone companies can recover their federal universal service fund contributions. Because of this change coupled with an increase in the FCC's prescribed universal service contribution factor, you will see an increase in the Federal Universal Service Charge (FUSC) amount on your bill effective April 1st, 2003. The new FUSC amount is calculated by multiplying the FCC's universal service contribution factor times your interstate service charges. The federal universal service program is designed to help keep local telephone service rates affordable for all customers, in all areas of the United States. 

End User Common Line Rate Increase effective 7/1/03

Any problems reaching exchanges that you feel should be local should be directed to the service provider that owns the NXX. CNN has an article explaining this in more detail at: 
Partial list of Non-local exchanges:
206 (Nextel)
243 (Sprint)
603 (AT&T)
660 (TCG America)
860 (GTE/Verizon)

         2002-2003 Sweetser Telephone Company(est.1903)