FCC Opt-In Plan for (Customer Proprietary Network Information) CPNI
Your Customer Proprietary Network Information Rights
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In the normal course of providing your telephone service,
Sweetser Telephone Company maintains certain information about your account. This information, when matched to your name, address and calling or originating billing telephone number, is known as your customer-specific "Customer Proprietary Network Information," or CPNI for short. Examples include the type of line you have, technical characteristics (like Touch-tone or rotary service), class of service, current telephone charges, long-distance and local service billing records, directory assistance charges, usage date, and calling patterns.
Sweetser Telephone Company may use your CPNI to market additional local telephone services to you, as well as cellular and long distance services if we already provide that type of service to you. However, the Federal Communications Commission has adopted rules stating that
Sweetser Telephone Company may not use your CPNI to market certain telecommunications related services or features to you if you have requested that the CPNI be considered "restricted" for this purpose. If you wish to have your CPNI "restricted," call your
Sweetser Telephone Company office at 1-765-384-4311 during weekday business hours. Tell us that you wish to restrict our use of your customer information, and the restriction will remain in effect until you notify us otherwise. Please note that restricting your CPNI will not eliminate all of our marketing contacts with you. You could still receive marketing contacts from us that are not based on your CPNI. Also, we are permitted to use your CPNI to contact you about additional local telephone and other services when we already provide you that same type service. Finally, even if your CPNI is restricted, we may still use it to market any other telecommunications services or features with your permission if you contact us and ask about them.