A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES A24.1 Universal

AT&T GEORGIA
GENERAL EXCHANGE GUIDEBOOK
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
CONTENTS
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911
A24.1.1
A24.1.2
A24.1.3
A24.1.4
A24.1.5
General (Basic and Enhanced 911)
Terms and Conditions
Reserved for Future Use
Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911
Wireless E911 Phase 2
A24.2 BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service
A24.2.1
A24.2.2
A24.2.3
A24.2.4
General
Terms and Conditions
Payment Schedules
Rates and Charges
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911
A24.1.1 General (Basic and Enhanced 911)
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When requested by local government authorities, and subject to the availability of facilities, the Company will provide a
universal emergency number 911 for use of Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) engaged in assisting local governments
in the protection and safety of the general public.
Two types of service are offered, basic 911 and Enhanced 911 Service (E911). Selection of the appropriate service to serve
various customers will be made by the Company and the customer and will be based on a thorough analysis of customer needs
at each location and on availability of facilities in each area.
Rates and charges for the E911 Service Feature offerings as shown in A24.1.4.D.2. a. are based on costs for municipal and/or
countywide E911 Systems and are offered on a tiered pricing structure, based on the number of access lines located within the
political boundaries served by the customer, except in the case of E911 Systems which may encompass two or more counties.
In this case, each county (or subsystem) will be considered as a separate entity for purposes of determining the appropriate
pricing tier. E911 Systems which are essentially municipal and/or countywide but have minor overlapping into another county
due to community of interest reasons are considered covered by one pricing tier.
Terminal equipment other than PSAP equipment may be provided by the Company for 911 Service. Where not specifically
itemized in this Guidebook, said equipment including rearrangements, moves or changes will be provided at rates and charges
based on costs.
At the request of any municipality, county or political subdivision (user) subscribing to 911 Service, the Company will spread
the payment of the applicable nonrecurring charges for the initial provision or subsequent addition of 911 Service and/or
equipment in equal installments, where possible, which shall include all reasonable costs associated therewith, over a period
not to exceed 18 months.
Further, upon receipt of notification of a Resolution as provided in Section 46-5-133 of the Official Code of Georgia
Annotated, the Company will also bill local exchange customers, on behalf of the user, for the installation, provisioning and
operation of an Enhanced 911 system. These charges shall be billed to the local exchange subscribers served by the E911
service on an individual exchange line basis at a rate not to exceed $1.50 per month, per line. Such charges shall also include
all reasonable costs of the Company incurred in association in therewith. Charges collected by the Company for the
installation, provisioning and operation of an Enhanced 911 system shall be remitted monthly, less the statutory administration
fee. These charges may be billed up to 18 months prior to an Enhanced 911 system becoming operational. These Guidebook
provisions are subject to the following conditions.
1. These Guidebook provisions are applicable only to those local exchange subscribers served by the 911 Service who
reside in the Company's serving area.
2. Separate contracts will be negotiated between the Company and the user.
3. No billing is authorized until such time as the Company is in receipt of notification of Resolution as provided in Section
46-5-133 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated and has received a certification from the user that all legal
requirements for the expenditure of funds for the equipment or the installation and operation of the system, or both, have
been complied with.
4. The Company will not commence billing the user for a system under provisions of A24.1.1.E until the system subscribed
to by the user is operational within the Company's serving area.
5. In those instances wherein the Company has been requested to bill local exchange customers on behalf of the user for the
installation, provisioning and operation of an Enhanced 911 system, failure to pay the charge on behalf of the user shall
not allow the Company to cut off service to local exchange subscribers.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Services-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.1 General (Basic and Enhanced 911) (Cont'd)
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(Cont'd)
6. The charges billed on behalf of the user by the Company prior to a system becoming operational will be listed
individually on the bill and identified as follows: "Emergency service preparation charge. This charge is billed on behalf
of (name of governmental entity)." The charges billed on behalf of the user after a system becomes operational will be
listed individually on the local exchange subscriber's bill and identified as follows: "Emergency 911 charge. This charge
is billed on behalf of (name of governmental entity)."
7. The ultimate responsibility for paying the sums due under the above contracts is the user and the user will pay any sums
not collected under billing to the local exchange subscribers.
A24.1.2 Terms and Conditions
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911 service is provided by the Company where facility and operating conditions permit.
This offering is limited to the use of central office number 911 as the universal emergency number and only one 911 service
will be provided within any geographical area.
The 911 emergency number is not intended to replace the telephone service of the various public safety agencies which may
participate in the use of this number. The customer must subscribe for additional local exchange service at the PSAPs for
administrative purposes for placing of outgoing calls and for receiving other emergency calls, including any which might be
relayed by Company operators.
The service is furnished to municipalities and other governmental agencies only for the purpose of receiving reports of
emergencies by the public.
Basic 911 Service is classified as Business Exchange Service and is arranged for one-way incoming service to the appropriate
PSAP.
E911 Service is provided solely for the benefit of the customer operating the PSAP. The provision of E911 Service by the
Company shall not be interpreted, construed, or regarded, either expressly or implied, as being for the benefit of or creating
any Company obligation toward any third person or legal entity other than the customer.
The Company does not undertake to answer and forward 911 calls, but furnishes the use of its facilities to enable the
customer's personnel to respond to such calls on the customer's premises.
Temporary suspension of service is not provided for any part of the 911 Service.
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The rates charged for 911 Service do not contemplate the constant monitoring or inspection of facilities to discover errors,
defects and malfunctions in the service, nor does the Company undertake such responsibility. The customer shall make such
operational tests as, in the judgment of the customer, are required to determine whether the system is functioning properly for
its use. The customer shall promptly notify the Company in the event the system is not functioning properly.
The Company's entire liability to any person for interruption or failure of 911 service or E911 service shall be limited to the
terms set forth as follows.
The Company and its employees, directors, officers and agents is not liable for any damages in a civil action for injuries, death
or loss to persons or property incurred by any person as a result of any act or omission of the Company or any of its
employees, directors, officers or agents, except for willful or wanton misconduct, either in connection with developing,
adopting, implementing, maintaining or operating any emergency "911" system or in the identification of the telephone
number, address, name associated with any person accessing or attempting to access an emergency "911" system or other
identifier information.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.2 Terms and Conditions (Cont'd)
This service is offered solely as an aid in handling assistance calls in connection with fire, police and other emergencies and
does not create any relationship or obligation, direct or indirect, to any person other than the customer contracting for 911
service.
M. When the use of service or facilities furnished by the Company is interrupted due to any cause other than the negligence or
willful act of the subscriber or the failure of the facilities provided by the subscriber, a pro rata adjustment of the fixed
monthly charges involved may be allowed as set forth in this Section. Where allowances on monthly charges for Service
Features of E911 Service are involved, only those Service Features which are affected by the interrupted service shall be
considered; and, further, only those access lines on the interrupted portion of a service shall be considered in determining the
number of access lines affected.
N. To the extent permitted by law, each customer agrees to release, indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Company from any
and all loss, claims, demands, suits or other action, or any liability whatsoever, whether suffered, made, instituted or asserted
by the Customer or by any other party or person, for any personal injury to or death of any person or persons, or for any loss,
damage or destruction of any property, whether owned by the Customer or others, or for any infringement or invasion of the
right of privacy of any person or persons, caused or claimed to have been caused directly or indirectly, by the installation,
operation, failure to operate, maintenance, removal, presence, condition, location or use of 911 service features and the
equipment associated therewith or by any services which are or may be furnished by the Company in connection therewith,
including but not limited to the identification of the telephone number, address or name associated with the telephone used by
the party or parties assessing 911 services hereinafter, and which arise out of the negligence or other wrongful act of the
Company, the Customer, its user agencies or municipalities or employees or agents of any one of them. In the event the
Customer uses 911 equipment not provided by the Company, the Customer shall require the equipment vendor to indemnify
the Company for any claims against the Company arising from the failure, malfunction or misuse of the equipment.
O. It will be the intent of the Company to provide facilities designed to provide a call blocking probability of one call per hundred
during normal busy hours for 911 Service.
P. Company serving boundaries and political subdivision boundaries may not coincide. In a Basic 911 configuration if a central
office serves telephones located both within and outside the customer's public safety jurisdiction, it is the obligation of the
customer to make arrangements to handle all 911 calls that originate from telephones served by these central offices.
Q. Application for E911 service must be executed in writing by each customer (a municipality, a local government authority or
their duly appointed agent). If application for service is made by an agent, the Company must be provided in writing with
satisfactory proof of appointment of the agent by the customer. A negotiated date will be agreed upon with the customer.
Should the customer choose to delay the original cut date by more than three months and the system is available for cut,
installation charges may be charged effective with the originally scheduled date. Further, the cut date will be renegotiated so as
not to interrupt other scheduled cutovers. When an order for 911 service and facilities or requests for additions,
rearrangements, relocations or modifications of service and equipment are cancelled in whole or in part, the customer is
required to reimburse the Company for all expenses incurred in handling the request before notice of cancellation is received.
Such charges, however, are not to exceed all charges which would apply if the work involved in complying with the request
had been completed. At least one local law enforcement agency must be included among the participating agencies in any 911
offering.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.2 Terms and Conditions (Cont'd)
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Any terminal equipment used in connection with E911 Service, whether such equipment is provided by the Company or the
customer, shall be configured so that it is unable to extract any information from the Data Management System other than
information relating to a number (identified through the Automatic Number identification feature as the source) of an in
progress 911 call.
The customer must furnish the Company, in writing, with its agreement to the following terms and conditions:
1. That at least one PSAP will be provided and staffed on a 24-hour, seven days per week basis.
2. That the customer accepts responsibility for dispatching, or having others dispatch police, fire, ambulance or other
emergency services as required, to the extent as such services are reasonably available.
3. That the customer will develop an appropriate method for responding to calls for nonparticipating agencies which may be
directed to the 911 PSAP by calling parties.
4. That the customer will subscribe to, or provide, telephone equipment with a capacity adequate to handle the number of
incoming 911 lines recommended by the Company to be installed. (Applies to E911 Service only.)
When the Selective Routing feature is provided, the customer is responsible for identifying primary and secondary PSAP
locations as well as the unique combinations of police, fire and ambulance or any other appropriate agencies responsible for
providing emergency service in the E911 serving area. An Emergency Service Number (ESN) will be provided for each
unique combination by the Company. The customer will associate these ESNs with street address ranges or other mutually
agreed upon routing criteria in the E911 serving area. These ESNs will be carried in the Data Management System (DMS) to
permit routing of 911 calls to the primary and secondary PSAPs responsible for handling of calls from each telephone in the
E911 serving area. The Company may assist the customer through the provision of information from its records concerning the
names, telephone numbers and service addresses of subscribers within the customer's E911 serving area. The following terms
define the customer's responsibility in providing this information to the Company:
1. Initial and subsequent ESN assignments by street name, address range and area or other mutually agreed upon routing
criteria shall be furnished by the customer to the Company by a mutually agreed upon date prior to the effective date of
service.
2. After establishment of service, it is the customer's responsibility to continue to verify the accuracy of the routing
information contained in the master address file, and to advise the Company of any changes in street names,
establishment of new streets, changes in address numbers used on existing streets, closing and abandonment of streets,
changes in police, fire, ambulance or other appropriate agencies' jurisdiction over any address, annexations and other
changes in municipal and county boundaries, incorporation of new cities or any other matter that will affect the routing
of E911 calls to the proper PSAP.
3. The Company will provide to the customer on request a complete written copy of the master address file to permit
customer to verify accuracy of the police, fire, and ambulance PSAP routing designations.
4. Changes, deletions and additions which the customer desires to have made in the master address file should be submitted
on an "as occurred" basis.
5. The Company will furnish a written copy to the customer for verification showing each change, deletion and addition to
the master address file.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.2 Terms and Conditions (Cont'd)
E911 information consisting of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of subscribers whose listings are not published in
directories or listed in Directory Assistance Offices may be disclosed in connection with E911 Service whether such service is
provided by the Company or any other person. The subscriber has no privacy interests in his telephone number, name, and
address in connection with E911 Service.
V. Emergency Service Numbers (ESNs) are only available as part of the Selective Routing feature. Single and Multi-PSAP
customers who desire to use ESNs for administrative purposes may do so as long as they subscribe to Selective Routing.
Administrative ESNs can only be used to identify a unique set of responding agencies. For the purposes of this Guidebook, a
responding agency is defined as a municipality's police, fire, emergency medical service or other appropriate agency. ESNs
will not be assigned to specific police precincts, fire stations, emergency medical zones, etc.
W. The customer is responsible for preparing a map with a complete list of road names and another map that identifies
jurisdictional boundaries. This includes the naming and/or renumbering of streets and the assignment of numbers for
previously unnumbered property. This information is then merged with Company records to form the initial Master Street
Address Guide (MSAG). The customer is provided prints of the MSAG for verification and correction purposes at various
intervals in the creation process. The Company may assist the customer through the provision of information from its records
concerning the name, telephone numbers and service addresses of subscribers within the customer's E911 serving area.
X. The following terms define the customer's responsibilities with respect to any information provided by the Company to the
customer concerning the Company's subscribers and/or with respect to geographical information or maps:
1. Such information shall be used by the customer solely for the purpose of aiding the customer in more accurately
identifying, updating and/or verifying the addresses of subscribers within the customer's E911 serving areas in
connection with the customer's provision of E911 services.
2. Customer shall strictly limit access to the information to those authorized employees of the customer with a need to know
and those employees actually engaged in the provision of emergency assistance services.
3. Customer shall use due care in providing for the security and confidentiality of the information.
4. Customer shall make no copies of the information except as may be essential for the verification of emergency assistance
services.
5. As soon as customer has completed using the information for the purposes authorized in the Guidebook or upon the
request of the Company, customer shall return all information and all copies of information to the Company or certify
that the information has been destroyed.
Y. General Terms and Conditions located in Section A2. will also apply to this service offering.
Z. Where a 911 call is placed by the calling party via interconnection with an interexchange carrier, the Company cannot
guarantee the completion of said 911 call, the quality of the call or any features that may otherwise be provided with 911
Service.
AA. (Obsoleted, See Section A124)
BB. Basic 911 cannot be provisioned with any Caller ID service arrangements.
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A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.3 Reserved For Future Use
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911
A.
B.
General
1. Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service, also referred to as Enhanced 911 Service or E911, is a telephone
exchange communication service whereby a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) designated by the customer may
receive telephone calls dialed to the telephone number 911. E911 Service includes lines and equipment necessary for the
answering, transferring and dispatching of public emergency telephone calls by persons within the serving area who dial
911.
2. The E911 customer may be a municipality or other county or local governmental unit, or an authorized agent of one or
more municipalities or other county or local governmental units to whom authority has been lawfully delegated. The
customer must be legally authorized to subscribe to the service and have public safety responsibility by law to respond to
telephone calls from the public for emergency police, fire and other emergency services within the telephone central
office areas arranged for 911 calling.
Definition of Terms
1. Additional E911 Exchange Line
A line terminating at a PSAP that is in addition to those engineered that may be ordered by the customer as an optional
feature.
2. Alternate Routing (AR)
A feature provided to allow E911 calls to be routed to a designated alternate location if (l) all E911 exchange lines to the
primary PSAP (see definition of PSAP below) are busy, or (2) the primary PSAP closes down for a period (night
service). This is a standard feature of E911 Service.
3. Automatic Location Identification (ALI)
A feature by which the name and address associated with the calling party's telephone number (identified by ANI as
defined below) is forwarded to the PSAP for display. Multiple access lines with the same ANI will be identified with the
address associated with that ANI. No ALI data is provided when a call is sent to Default Routing (DR). In the case of
911 calls from subscribers of Wireless Carriers that are interconnected to a Company 911 Control Office and primary
and/or secondary PSAPs equipped with data communications links to the Company’s ALI database, these Wireless 911
calls will be delivered with a version of the ALI feature that includes certain carrier identification, cell tower or antenna
array descriptive data as agreed to by the customer and the Wireless Carrier, and the wireless subscriber's call-back
number. This information is consistent with the requirements of FCC Order 94-102 for Phase I Wireless 911
interconnection. The customer is required to make any changes in the MSAG needed to accommodate the Wireless
Carrier's loading of their respective Pseudo-ANI (P-ANI) records into the Company's 911 database management system
when P-ANI records are associated with towers and/or antennas located in the customer's jurisdiction.
4. Automatic Number Identification (ANI)
A feature by which the calling party's telephone number is forwarded to the E911 Control Office and to the PSAP.
5. Centralized Automated Message Accounting (CAMA) MF Signaling
A signaling protocol for sending 8 digits of ANI from the 911 tandem to the PSAP.
6. Data Management System (DMS)
A system of manual procedures and computer programs used to create, store and update the data required to provide the
Selective Routing (SR) and ALI features.
7. Default Routing (DR)
A feature activated when an incoming E911 call cannot be selectively routed due to an ANI failure, garbled digits or
other causes. Such incoming calls are routed from the E911 Control Office to a default PSAP. Each incoming E911
facility group to the Control Office is assigned to a designated default PSAP. This is a standard feature of E911 Service
when equipped with Selective Routing. Four-Party or Rural Service will be default routed. No ANI/ALI data is provided
when a call is sent to Default Routing.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
B.
Definition of Terms (Cont'd)
8. (Obsoleted, See Section A124)
9. Emergency Service Number (ESN)
A number that defines the set of emergency services (e.g. police, fire, emergency medical) within a particular district or
zone. An ESN is associated with the primary PSAP and possibly one or more secondary PSAPs.
10. End Office
The Central Office(s) in the E911 System from which E911 calls are originated.
11. Enhanced 911 (E911) Control Office
The office providing tandem switching capability for E911 calls. It controls switching of ANI information to the PSAP
and also provides the SR feature, standard ESS Speed Calling features, call transfer capability and certain maintenance
functions for each PSAP.
12. Enhanced 911 Service Area
The geographic area in which the customer will respond to all E911 calls and dispatch appropriate emergency assistance.
13. Enhanced MF Signaling (EMFS)
A signaling protocol for sending 10 or 20 digits of ANI from the 911 tandem to the PSAP. EMF Signaling is required
when five or more area codes are served by a single 911 tandem.
14. Fixed Transfer
A feature which enables a PSAP attendant to transfer incoming E911 calls to secondary PSAPs by use of a single button.
15. Forced Disconnect
A function of the E911 Central Office trunk circuit which enables the PSAP attendant to release a connection even
though the calling party has not hung up. This feature prevents the jamming of the E911 exchange lines and is a standard
feature of E911 Service.
16. Manual Transfer
A feature that enables the PSAP attendant to transfer an incoming call by dialing either a 7-digit or 10-digit telephone
number or a 2-digit Speed Calling Code. Manual Transfer is associated with the E911 trunk and is a standard feature of
E911 Service.
17. Master Street Address Guide (MSAG)
A listing of all streets and house number ranges within a 911 service area. The streets and address ranges are assigned
selective routing codes, or emergency service numbers (ESNs), to enable proper routing of 911 calls.
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18. Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP)
An answering location for 911 calls originating in a given area. A PSAP may be designated as Primary or Secondary,
which refers to the order in which calls are directed for answering. Primary PSAPs respond first; Secondary PSAPs
receive calls on a transfer basis only and generally serve as a centralized answering location for a particular type of
emergency call. Remote PSAPs receive ANI and ALI (data only) information on a transfer basis via a dial or private line
from Primary and Secondary PSAPs. Additional private line rates will apply to each PSAP requiring dedicated line
remote operation. PSAPs are staffed by employees of public service agencies such as police, fire or emergency medical
or by employees of a common bureau serving a group of such entities.
19. Selective Routing (SR)
A feature that routes an E911 call from a Central Office to the designated primary PSAP based upon the identified
number of the calling party and associated ESN.
Material previously appearing on this page now appears on page(s) 12.1 of this section.
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A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
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C.
Definition of Terms (Cont'd)
20. (Obsoleted, See Section A124)
21. Serving Central Office
The Central Office from which a PSAP, either primary or secondary, is served.
22. Universal Emergency Number Service
A telephone exchange communication service for receiving telephone calls placed by persons in need of assistance who
dial the number 911. Such calls are answered at PSAPs established and operated by the customer. The lines and
equipment specified in this Section that are associated with the service arrangement for the answering, transferring and
dispatching of public emergency telephone calls are included.
23. Universal Emergency Number Service Customer
A municipality or other county or local governmental unit or an authorized agent of one or more municipalities or other
county or local governmental units to whom authority has been lawfully delegated within a defined geographic area to
respond to public emergency telephone calls, at the minimum for police and fire service.
24. Wire Center
The term "Wire Center" denotes the local telephone dial switching office serving subscribers in a well defined area.
25. Wireless Carrier
A person or entity who provides Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS). The term wireless carrier includes service
provided by any wireless real-time, two-way voice communication device, including radio-telephone communications
used in cellular telephone service, personal communication service (PCS), or the functional or competitive equivalent.
The term does not include service providers whose customers do not have access to 911 or a 911-like service.
Service Features
1. E911 Service is available in five service feature offerings:
a. Automatic Number Identification
Charges are based on the total number of access lines served by the local switching offices equipped for ANI only.
b.
Selective Routing1
Charges are based on the total number of access lines served by the local switching offices equipped for SR only.
Note 1:
When SR is introduced different features may be applied to the SR subsets without being
applied to the total access lines served by the local switching office. Thus, where two
jurisdictions are served by a local switching office each jurisdiction may select a different
feature combination as long as SR is one of the features.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
C.
Service Features (Cont'd)
1. E911 Service is available in five service feature offerings: (Cont'd)
c. Automatic Number Identification and Selective Routing1
Charges are based on the total number of access lines to which both ANI and SR applies.
Note 1:
When SR is introduced different features may be applied to the SR subsets without being
applied to the total access lines served by the local switching office. Thus, where two
jurisdictions are served by a local switching office, each jurisdiction may select a different
feature combination as long as SR is one of the features.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
C.
Service Features (Cont'd)
1. E911 Service is available in five service feature offerings: (Cont'd)
d. Automatic Number Identification and Automatic Location Identification
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Charges are based on the total number of access lines served by the local switching office equipped for ANI and ALI
but not SR.
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Automatic Number Identification, Automatic Location Identification and Selective Routing1
Charges are based on the total number of access lines to which ANI, ALI and SR apply.
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The following standard features are included with each of the service offerings:
a. Forced Disconnect
b.
Default Routing
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Alternate Routing (Night Service)
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Speed Calling
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Central Office Transfer Arrangements
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The service feature offerings include provision of E911 Exchange Line to all primary PSAPs and to secondary PSAPs
that are equipped to display ANI Information on Company or customer provided terminal equipment. The number of
lines to PSAPs will be determined by the Company based upon anticipated call volumes. Secondary PSAPs not equipped
to display ANI will receive calls on a transfer basis over the Exchange network or the customer may subscribe for an
additional E911 Exchange Line.
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When SR is introduced different features may be applied to the SR subsets without being
applied to the total access lines served by the local switching office. Thus, where two
jurisdictions are served by a local switching office each jurisdiction may select a different
feature combination as long as SR is one of the features.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges
1. Messages
a. The calling party is not charged for calls placed to the 911 number.
b.
Charges for applicable local and/or toll messages transferred over exchange facilities from a PSAP are billed to that
PSAP as covered in other sections of this Guidebook based on rates applicable from the Central Office serving the
PSAP initiating the transfer to the point of termination of the transfer.
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A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
2. Service Features
a. The following features are provided on a tiered structure based on the total number of Access Lines located within
the boundaries of a customer's E911 System, including access lines served by other local exchange companies or
Wireless Carriers when applicable. Rates and charges will be applicable for the following Tiers:1
Tier I - 1,000 to 20,000 Access Lines
Tier II - 21,000 to 40,000 Access Lines
Tier III - 41,000 to 100,000 Access Lines
Tier IV - Greater than 100,000 Access Lines
(1)
Automatic Number Identification2
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Tier I, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier II, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier III, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier IV, per 1000 Access Lines
Service
Establishment
Charge
Installation
Charge
Monthly
Rate
USOC
$1,200.00
700.00
600.00
500.00
$-
$260.00
110.00
70.00
60.00
9UK1X
9UK2X
9UK3X
9UK4X
Note 1:
For selection of the appropriate tier or tiers for an E911 System, A24.1.1.C. also applies.
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Note 2:
Rounded to nearest 1000 access lines per service feature per company (excluding all types of
WATS terminations). This count is based upon the number of access lines in service at the
time service is established. This count will be adjusted annually for purposes of updating
customer billing. For each service feature, where the count of access lines has been adjusted
upward, only monthly recurring rates apply for each 1000 access lines so adjusted (after
rounding).
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
2. Service Features (Cont'd)
a. (Cont'd)1
(3)
Combined Automatic Number Identification
and Selective Routing2
Service
Establishment
Charge
(a)
Tier I, per 1000 Access Lines
(b) Tier II, per 1000 Access Lines
(c)
Tier III, per 1000 Access Lines
(d) Tier IV, per 1000 Access Lines
(4) Combined Automatic Number and
Location Identification2
(a)
Tier I, per 1000 Access Lines
(b) Tier II, per 1000 Access Lines
(c)
Tier III, per 1000 Access Lines
(d) Tier IV, per 1000 Access Lines
(5) Combined Automatic Number and
Location Identification and Selective Routing2
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Tier I, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier II, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier III, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier IV, per 1000 Access Lines
Installation
Charge
Monthly
Rate
USOC
$2,700.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
$-
$270.00
130.00
90.00
70.00
9UN1X
9UN2X
9UN3X
9UN4X
3,100.00
2,200.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
-
350.00
180.00
110.00
90.00
9UQ1X
9UQ2X
9UQ3X
9UQ4X
3,200.00
2,300.00
2,100.00
2,000.00
-
360.00
190.00
120.00
102.00
9US1X
9US2X
9US3X
9US4X
Note 1:
For selection of the appropriate tier or tiers for an E911 System, A24.1.1.C. also applies.
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Note 2:
Rounded to nearest 1000 access lines per service feature, per company (excluding all types of
WATS terminations). This count is based upon the number of access lines in service at the
time service is established. This count will be adjusted annually for purposes of updating
customer billing. For each service feature, where the count of access lines has been adjusted
upward, only monthly recurring rates apply for each 1000 access lines so adjusted (after
rounding).
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
2. Service Features (Cont'd)
a. (Cont'd)1
(5)
Selective Routing2
Service
Establishment
Charge
(a)
Tier I, per 1000 Access Lines
(b) Tier II, per 1000 Access Lines
(c)
Tier III, per 1000 Access Lines
(d) Tier IV, per 1000 Access Lines
(6) Automatic Location Identification
provided for Access Lines served
by other local exchange companies2
(a)
Tier I, per 1000 Access Lines
(b) Tier II, per 1000 Access Lines
(c)
Type III, per 1000 Access Lines
(d) Tier IV, per 1000 Access Lines
(7) Combined Automatic Location Identification
and Selective Routing provided for Access Lines
served by other local exchange companies
or Wireless Carriers2
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
b.
Tier I, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier II, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier III, per 1000 Access Lines
Tier IV, per 1000 Access Lines
Installation
Charge
Monthly
Rate
USOC
$2,700.00
2,000.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
$-
$270.00
130.00
90.00
70.00
9UM1X
9UM2X
9UM3X
9UM4X
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3,000.00
2,100.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
-
310.00
140.00
80.00
70.00
9U51X
9U52X
9U53X
9U54X
(T)
3,000.00
2,100.00
1,900.00
1,800.00
-
320.00
150.00
90.00
80.00
9U61X
9U62X
9U63X
9U64X
The following features are provided on a non-tiered
structure based on the total number of Access Lines in
wire centers serving the 911 System or Systems.
(1)
Combined Automatic Number Identification
plus Access Line update information for Access
Lines served by the Company and/or other local exchange companies
Note 1:
For selection of the appropriate tier or tiers for an E911 System, A24.1.1.C. also applies.
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Note 2:
Rounded to nearest 1000 access lines per service feature (excluding all types of WATS
terminations). This count is based upon the number of access lines in service at the time
service is established. This count will be adjusted annually to update customer billing. All
non-Bell lines will be grouped together and rounded to the nearest 1,000 access lines. For each
service feature, where the count of access lines has been adjusted upward, only monthly
recurring rates apply for each 1000 access lines so adjusted (after rounding). For the purpose
of counting the access lines of Wireless Carriers, the quantity of pseudo-ANI records will be
used in lieu of access lines.
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A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
2. Service Features (Cont'd)
b. (Cont'd)
(1)
c.
(Cont'd)
(a)
Per 1000 Access Lines1,2
Miscellaneous
(1)
Service
Establishment
Charge
Installation
Charge
Monthly
Rate
USOC
$500.00
$-
$75.00
E15
320.75
-
85.00
E8K
Additional (optional) E911 Exchange Line
terminating at PSAP
(a)
Each
Note 1:
This feature may be subject to additional nonrecurring charges when the Company or another
local exchange company is not the primary local exchange company providing the 911 System
to the customer.
Note 2:
Rounded to the nearest 1000 access lines per service feature per company (excluding all types
of WATS terminations). This count is based upon the number of access lines in service at the
time service is established. This count will be adjusted annually for purposes of updating
customer billing. For each service feature, where the count of access lines has been adjusted
upward, only monthly recurring rates apply for each 1000 access lines so adjusted (after
rounding).
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
3. Data Base Access
a. This feature provides a one time down load of E911 subscriber information along with access to daily updates from
the Company's E911 Data Base Management System. Access is provided to a local exchange company, certified
E911 agency or a vendor representing a certified E911 agency by utilizing a personal computer to secure data using a
dial in arrangement.
b.
Vendors, agencies or local exchange companies requesting this service must meet the current network standards.
Requests for a reloading of data due to the loss of or damage to information will require an additional charge
equivalent to the start up charge for this service.
(1)
Data Base Transport Feature
Nonrecurring
Charge
c.
d.
$430.00
USOC
DBT
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4,955.00
211.00
9UT1X
(a)
Tier 1, per 1000 Access Lines
2,323.00
121.00
9UT2X
(b) Tier 2, per 1000 Access Lines
1,864.00
86.00
9UT3X
(c)
Tier 3, per 1000 Access Lines
1,528.00
79.00
9UT4X
(d) Tier 4, per 1000 Access Lines
These features must be purchased as a package and may not be purchased separately. The subscriber will be
responsible for all long distance charges incurred when accessing the data base.
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(a)
Per System
(2) ANI/SR/Data Base Information
$2,860.00
Monthly
Rate
The following guidelines will be applicable to subscribers purchasing this service:
(1)
Counties shall limit the use of the database information to providing emergency response to E911 calls.
(2)
The reproducing, publishing, reselling, disclosing, tampering with, or allowing access to the database (for
non-published numbers) for any reason other than emergency response purposes is prohibited.
(3)
The local government shall establish a contract that protects subscriber information.
(4)
The records be electronically down loaded for the initial and update information if technically feasible.
(5)
The processor shall be secured from outside entry and password protected.
(6)
The equipment provided by vendors shall be registered under Part 68 of the Federal Communications
Commission's rules governing customer premises equipment.
(7)
The equipment must comply with Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission's rules governing
customer premise equipment.
(8)
The equipment must be compatible with national standards for interfaces of Enhanced 911 Emergency
Response Systems.
(9)
The Company shall not be required to modify its network operations or protocols to accommodate PSAP
equipment.
(10) The local government shall be responsible for adequate and continuous maintenance with a minimum first tier
response time of no greater than two hours and be accessible 24 hours a day. If the Company is not the
equipment provider, maintenance responsibility would end at a point of demarcation.
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A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
4. PSAP Equipment
a. (Obsoleted, See Section A124.)
5.
6.
b.
(Obsoleted, See Section A124.)
c.
(Obsoleted, See Section A124.)
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Enhanced Multi-Frequency Signaling (EMFS)1
(N)
Nonrecurring
Charge
(a)
Per PSAP
Note 1:
-
Monthly
Rate
-
USOC
XTAMF
Enhanced Multi-Frequency Signaling (EMFS) is required per PSAP on all tandem-to-PSAP
trunk groups when five or more NPAs (area codes) are resident in one of the 911 tandems
serving the PSAP. EMFS delivers ten digits of ANI that includes the 3-digit NPA and the 7digit telephone number.
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A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
5. (Obsoleted, See Section A124) (Cont'd)
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A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
5. (Obsoleted, See Section A124) (Cont'd)
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A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
5. (Obsoleted, See Section A124) (Cont'd)
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.4 Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service-E911 (Cont'd)
D.
Rates and Charges (Cont'd)
6. Additions, Moves or Changes
a. Charges for customer requests that necessitate additions, moves, or changes of access facilities and/or equipment on
Company premises will be based upon costs per request. Any additional hardware or PSAP equipment will be at the
expense of the subscriber.
b.
Installation of additional network or other facilities to maintain a satisfactory grade of service will be provided by the
Company at no additional charge to the customer.
c.
Nonrecurring charges for customer requests that involve an upgrade of the Service Features will be at the amount
equivalent to the nonrecurring charges for the new Service Feature package less the nonrecurring charges for the
existing Service Feature package.
A24.1.5 Wireless E911 Phase 2
A.
B.
C.
Description of Service
Wireless E911 Phase 2 is only available in combination with Enhanced Universal Emergency Number Service – E911 as
specified in A24.1.4 preceding and is subject to the terms and conditions specified therein.
In accordance with the FCC’s Report and Order 94-102, Wireless E911 Phase 2 provides PSAPs with the wireless E911
caller’s location and callback number (CBN) information, as specified by the FCC. The FCC has adopted specific handsetbased and network-based location accuracy and reliability solutions standards for the Wireless Service Providers (WSPs).
General Terms and Conditions
1. The Company is not responsible for the location determination technology, the accuracy of the location determination
technology, or the investigation or maintenance of said technologies. Only the data required and specified by the FCC in
its Report and Order 94-102 will be delivered by the Company to the PSAP. This required data includes the cell site or
sector location, the callback number, and the longitude/latitude of the caller. Each customer agrees that delivery, or lack
of delivery, of additional data elements which may be provided by the WSP will not be the responsibility of the
Company and the Company assumes no responsibility or liability for such information.
2. PSAPs must have all required elements of Wireless E911 Phase 1, utilizing p-ANI routing and cell site/sector location
based information, in place before implementing Phase 2. In addition, the following requirements must be met for Phase
2 implementation:
a. PSAPs must order both the Extended ALI Display Format and the ALI Database Upgrade for Wireless Phase 2 to
accommodate the x/y data provided by Wireless E911 Phase 2 Service. See rates in F. following.
b.
WSPs must have Position Determining Entity (PDE) and a Mobile Position Center (MPC)/Gateway Mobile Location
Center (GMLC) in their network.
c.
WSPs must have obtained an E2 interface to the Company’s ALI database that complies with the latest issue of
Technical Reference 73610. This interface will be used by the WSP to provide Phase 2 data.
Definition of Terms
1. Callback Number (CBN)
The wireless caller’s 10-digit handset telephone number. The CBN is used by the PSAP to reestablish a call in the event
the call was prematurely disconnected.
2. E2 Interface
A reference point for a data path that exists between an MPC/GMLC and ESME (the ALI database). The data that
traverses the E2 interface is made up of an Emergency Services Position request and the response. The E2 interface is
not provided by and is not the responsibility of the Company.
3. Emergency Services Message Entity (ESME)
An entity in the emergency services network which serves as the point of interface to an MSC for common channel
emergency services messaging. ESME is another term for the ALI database.
4. Enhanced MF Signaling (EMFS)
A signaling protocol for sending 10 or 20 digits of ANI from the 911 tandem to the PSAP. EMFS is required when an
interconnecting wireless service provider selects Phase 2 NCAS mode without WLS911.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.5 Wireless E911 Phase 2 (Cont’d)
C.
D.
Definition of Terms (Cont’d)
5. Mobile Position Center (MPC)
The interface between the wireless network and the ALI databases. The MPC serves as the wireless network entity
which retrieves, forwards, stores, and controls position data within the wireless location network. The MPC is not
provided by and is not the responsibility of the Company. Global System for Mobile (GSM) communication Gateway
Mobile Location Centers (GMLCs) will be treated as MPCs by the Company.
6. Mobile Switching Center (MSC)
The wireless equivalent of a Central Office, which provides switching functions for wireless calls. The MSC is not
provided by and is not the responsibility of the Company.
7. Phase 2 NCAS
In this mode the p-ANI and the CBN are both sent to the Selective Router. The trunk between the Selective Router and
the PSAP must support transport of two 10-digit numbers.
8. Position Determining Entity (PDE)
The PDE determines the geographic location of a wireless handset when the wireless caller places a 911 call or while the
call is in process. The PDE is not provided by and is not the responsibility of the Company.
9. Pseudo-ANI (P-ANI)
A pseudo, non-dialable telephone number assigned to a cell site or to a sector of a cell site to provide location
identification for wireless E911 calls.
10. WLS911
The Company solution that sends either eight or ten digits of ANI to the PSAP and dynamically updates the static cell
site or sector information with the CBN as provided by the WSP. This solution allows PSAPs to comply with the FCC’s
order without upgrading their PSAP equipment to utilize Enhanced MF signaling.
11. Wireless Service Provider (WSP)
A person or entity that provides Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS). The term wireless includes service
provided by any wireless real-time, two-way voice communication device, including radio-telephone communications
used in cellular telephone service, personal communication service (PCS), or functional or competitive equivalent. The
term does not include service providers whose customers do not have access to 911 or 911-like services.
12. Wireline Compatibility Mode
Occurs when the WSP sends only p-ANI to the E911 tandem. The PSAP receives eight or ten digits of ANI, dependent
upon the PSAP Customer Premises Equipment’s ability to utilize Enhanced MF.
13. X,Y Coordinates
The longitude and latitude of the 911 wireless caller’s location.
Enhanced MF
Enhanced MF (EMF) is a signaling protocol from the 911 Tandem to the PSAP. Enhanced MF accommodates either ten or
20 digits of ANI. Enhanced MF is not a requirement of Wireless Phase 2 implementation but EMF must be used by PSAPs
when an interconnecting Wireless Service Provider chooses the Phase 2 NCAS Mode (as defined in J-STD-036 Annex D,
Table D.1.2. and/or D.2.), without WLS911. If an interconnecting WSP chooses a Phase 2 NCAS solution without WLS911,
the PSAP’s equipment must be 20-digit Enhanced MF capable as described in the Company’s Technical Reference 73528.
The PSAP must request the Company convert them to EMF signaling when preparing to accept Phase 2 calls from a WSP
utilizing Phase 2 NCAS without WLS911.
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.1 Universal Emergency Number Service-911 (Cont'd)
A24.1.5 Wireless E911 Phase 2 (Cont’d)
E.
F.
Wireless E911 Phase 2 Service
This service is comprised of two components, Extended ALI Display Format and ALI Database Upgrade for Wireless Phase 2.
Both components are required for implementation of this service.
1. Extended ALI Display Format
The PSAP’s Automatic Location Identification (ALI) display format must be changed to the Extended ALI Display
Format to accommodate the longitude and latitude, or x,y coordinates. The provision and delivery of the x,y information
to the PSAP requires an E2 interface between the ALI database and the WSP’s Mobile Position Center (MPC)/Gateway
Mobile Location Center (GMLC). The provisioning of the E2 interface is the responsibility of the WSP.
2. ALI Database Upgrade For Wireless Phase 2
The ALI Database Upgrade For Wireless Phase 2 enables the PSAP to query and retrieve wireless caller location
information from the Company’s Automatic Location Identification (ALI) database. Location information may include
cell site sector location, longitude and latitude of the wireless caller’s location, and the wireless caller’s callback number
(CBN). This upgrade will enable the necessary interfaces, software, and databases to permit the wireless caller’s location
information to be populated in the Company’s ALI database and/or retrieved when queried by the customer’s PSAP
equipment.
Rates and Charges
1. Per PSAP
(a)
(b)
(c)
Enhanced MF Signaling, per PSAP
Extended ALI Display Format, per PSAP
ALI Database Upgrade For Wireless Phase 2, per
PSAP
Nonrecurring
Charge
Monthly Rate
USOC
$2,200.00
-
$190.00
XTAMF
XTAL2
XTAP2
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A24. EMERGENCY REPORTING SERVICES
A24.2 BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service
A24.2.1 General
A.
B.
C.
9-1-1 PinPoint Service allows a Private Branch Exchange (PBX) switch located on a customer's premises to be trunked
directly into an E911 tandem office, delivering the telephone number and location of the PBX end user to the appropriate
Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP).
9-1-1 PinPoint Service is available with BellSouth Primary Rate ISDN (PRI) or 9-1-1 PinPoint Service Local Channels. 9-1-1
Pinpoint Service Local Channels are not required if using BellSouth PRI Service.
9-1-1 PinPoint Service is only available in jurisdictions where the Company is the 9-1-1 System Service Provider.
A24.2.2 Terms and Conditions
A.
B.
C.
D.
9-1-1 PinPoint Service is furnished subject to the availability of facilities.
Automatic Number Identification (ANI) which is passed to the Company's E911 tandem office by the PBX switch is read,
processed and utilized in the manner as if it is provided by any other serving end office in the Company's E911 system.
The emergency agency serving the area may also be involved to update the Master Street Address Guide (MSAG) and to
determine the method in which emergency calls from 9-1-1 PinPoint Service locations will be handled.
The following specifications must be met when provisioning this Service:
1. Subscribers to 9-1-1 PinPoint Service must meet all Company technical specifications.
2. The PBX switch must be able to transmit ANI using multi-frequency signals. This may require the retro-fitting of
existing PBX switches with interfaces which will work with the Company's E911 system.
3. The PBX switch owner/operator must supply the Company with the initial telephone number-to-address data as well as
periodic updates.
4. 9-1-1 PinPoint Service is configured on a “per account” basis for Direct Inward Dialing (DID) and grandfathered Primary
Rate ISDN (PRI) accounts. All telephone numbers on these accounts must be provisioned with 9-1-1 PinPoint Service.
The Customer cannot randomly select which telephone numbers on an account will have the Service. This term and
condition is not applicable for PRI subscribers billed for 9-1-1 PinPoint Service on a per PRI station number (per TN)
basis.
5. Users of 9-1-1 Pinpoint Service are prohibited from provisioning PBX station numbers outside the boundary of the E9-11 tandem serving the physical address of the main PBX location. 9-1-1 calls from any telephone numbers provisioned
outside the boundary of the serving E9-1-1 tandem would be routed to an incorrect PSAP with no location information.
An alternative arrangement could involve PRI terminations from multiple central offices to accommodate a wider
geographic area. In that configuration, no PBX station numbers can be provisioned at addresses outside the boundary of
the tandem serving the PRI host. The subscribing 9-1-1 PinPoint Service customer is responsible for ensuring that 9-1-1
PinPoint Service is provisioned in a compliant configuration that will ensure that 9-1-1 calls are routed correctly with the
correct location information.
6. 9-1-1 PinPoint Service is only available on local exchange services provided by the Company, specifically BellSouth PRI
and the Company’s DID services. The PBX switch must employ the Company’s Direct Inward Dialing (DID) or
BellSouth PRI station numbers. If the PBX is serving subscribers with multiple NPAs, a unique PBX trunk group will be
needed for each NPA (whether it be 9-1-1 PinPoint Service Local Channels or PRI). 9-1-1 PinPoint Service is not
available on Centrex or “Centrex-like” station numbers. 9-1-1 PinPoint Service is not available on telephone numbers
obtained from CLECs or on any IP-enabled services.
7. It will be the responsibility of the vendor or PBX operator to maintain the data pertaining to each extension operating
under such system.
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A24.2 BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service (Cont’d)
A24.2.2 Terms and Conditions (Cont’d)
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
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1
The PBX switch owner/operator must install a minimum of two private E911 local channels with the following specifications:
1. This voice grade local channel provides for a communications path between the demarcation point at the customer
premises and the serving E911 tandem.
2. The PBX switch owner/operator is responsible for determining that their terminal equipment is compatible with this local
channel.
3. Supervision on this 9-1-1 PinPoint Service Local Channel will be loop reverse battery. The battery source is located in
the Company's network and will be a nominal -48V (-42.75V to -56.5V dc).
4. The PBX will signal an off hook (or seizure) by providing a loop closure across tip and ring with a maximum resistance
of 670 ohms. The Company's serving E911 tandem office will instruct the PBX to forward the called digits “911” or
“11” with a momentary battery reversal (wink). The E911 tandem will instruct the PBX to send the calling station’s
number (ANI) information with a battery reversal (off hook).
5. Additional terms and conditions may be applicable as described in Section B3.
6. Required network interfaces are located in Section A14.
Service charges, as specified in Section A4., are applicable.
General Terms and Conditions located in Section A2. will also apply to this Service offering.
This Service is offered solely as an aid in handling assistance calls in connection with fire, police and other emergencies and
does not create any relationship or obligation, direct or indirect, to any person other than the customer contracting for 9-1-1
PinPoint Service. The provision of 9-1-1 PinPoint Service by the Company shall not be interpreted, construed, or regarded,
either expressly or implied, as being for the benefit of or creating any Company obligation toward any third person or legal
entity other than the customer.
The rates charged for 9-1-1 PinPoint Service do not contemplate the constant monitoring or inspection of facilities to discover
errors, defects and malfunctions in the service, nor does the Company undertake such responsibility. The customer shall make
such operational tests as, in the judgment of the customer, are required to determine whether the service is functioning
properly for its use. The customer shall promptly notify the Company in the event the Service is not functioning properly.
Note 1:
9-1-1 PinPoint Service Local Channels are not required with BellSouth PRI.
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A24.2 BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service (Cont'd)
A24.2.2 Terms and Conditions (Cont'd)
The Company's entire liability to any person for the interruption or failure of 9-1-1 PinPoint Service shall be limited to the
terms set forth in this Section and other Sections. The Company shall neither be liable for damages resulting from or in
connection with its provision of 9-1-1 PinPoint Service to any customer subscribing to 9-1-1 PinPoint Service or any person
accessing or using 9-1-1 PinPoint Service and nor shall the Company be liable for its provision of any telephone number,
address, or name to any entity providing 911 service or to a public safety answering point, unless the Company acted with
malicious purpose or in the manner exhibiting wanton and willful disregard of safety or property in providing such services.
K. Each customer agrees to release, indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Company from any and all loss, claims, demands,
suits, or other action, or any liability whatsoever, whether suffered, made, instituted or asserted by the Customer or by any
other party or person, for any personal injury to or death of any person or persons, or for any loss, damage or destruction of any
property, whether owned by the Customer or others, or for any infringement or invasion of the right of privacy of any person or
persons, caused or claimed to have been caused, directly or indirectly, by the installation, operation, failure to operate,
maintenance, removal, presence, condition, location or use of 9-1-1 PinPoint Service features and the equipment associated
therewith, or by any Services which are or may be furnished by the Company in connection therewith, including but not limited
to the identification of the telephone number, address or name associated with the telephone used by the party or parties
accessing 911 services using 9-1-1 PinPoint Services hereunder, and which arise out of the negligence or other wrongful act of
the Company, the Customer, its user agencies or municipalities or employees or agents of any one of them.
L. Each Customer is responsible for assuring that its authorized users comply with the provisions of these terms and the
guidebooks and that unauthorized persons do not gain access to or use the Services through user names, passwords, or other
identifiers assigned to the Customer pursuant to these terms. Specifically, each Customer must keep user IDs, passwords, and
any security token(s) that may be provided secure from use by any unauthorized individual. The Customer shall also not use
the Services in any way that would be or would assist any third party to be in violation of any law or these terms. Each
Customer shall comply with all applicable laws, terms and conditions in connection with the Services. Finally, the Customer
shall provide such information and assistance as are reasonably requested by the Company for purposes of facilitating the
Company’s provision of services to the Customer.
M. When an order for 9-1-1 PinPoint Service and facilities or requests for additions, rearrangements, relocations or modifications
or Service and equipment are canceled in whole or in part, the customer may be required to reimburse the Company for all
expenses incurred in handling the requests before notice of cancellation is received. Such charges, however, are not to exceed
all charges which would apply if the work involved in complying with the request had been completed.
N. When the use of service or facilities furnished by the Company is interrupted due to any cause other than the negligence or
willful act of the subscriber or the failure of the facilities provided by the subscriber, a pro rata adjustment of the fixed
monthly charges involved will be allowed as covered by Section A2.
O. In the event of any interruption of the service, the Company shall not be liable to any person, corporation or other entity for
any loss or damage in an amount greater than an amount equal to the pro rata allowance of the rate for the Service or facilities
provided to the customer for the time such interruption continues, after notice to the Company. No allowance shall be made if
the interruption is due to the negligence or willful act of the customer of the Service.
P. Other Terms and Conditions located in A24.1 preceding will also apply to this Service offering as appropriate.
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A24.2 BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service (Cont'd)
A24.2.3 Payment Schedules
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Transfer of Contract
Service may be transferred to a new subscriber at the same location upon prior written concurrence by the new subscriber as
specified in Section A2.
Deferred Payment
Nonrecurring charges may be deferred or installment billed as specified in Section A2.
Prepayment
Recurring charges may be prepaid as specified in Section A2.
Cancellation Charges (Early Termination Fees)
Cancellation charges, otherwise referred to as Early Termination Fees, will be applied where service is removed prior to the
expiration of the 60 month contract period1.
Moves of Service
1. When the PBX owner/operator moves 9-1-1 PinPoint Service:
a. Cancellation charges do not apply.
b.
Rates in effect will continue uninterrupted.
c.
9-1-1 PinPoint Service nonrecurring charges do not apply as long as the move is within the existing service area
boundaries.
d.
9-1-1 PinPoint Service local channel charges apply as appropriate.
A24.2.4 Rates and Charges
A.
9-1-1 PinPoint Service
1. Installation Charge for Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Service2, Per Customer
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Nonrecurring
Charge
Monthly
Rate
USOC
2.
$3,600.00
(a)
Up to 1,000 station records, per customer
4,800.00
(b) 1,001 to 4,000 station records, per customer
5,900.00
(c)
4,001 or more station records, per customer
Monthly Charges for Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Service1,3, per 1,000 records
3.
$178.00
(a)
Up to 1,000 station records, per 1,000 records
155.00
(b) 1,001 to 4,000 station records, per 1,000 records
130.00
(c)
4,001 or more station records, per 1,000 records
For PRI service per 9-1-1 PinPoint Service customer, per PRI telephone number equipped (per TN)4
(a)
(b)
1st telephone number
each additional telephone number
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Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
3,100.00
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95.00
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As of May 15, 2010, 60 Month Contract Period rates and charges are not applicable for new
subscribers and Cancellation Charges (Early Termination Fees) normally applicable for
BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service will not apply for grandfathered PRI subscribers who retain
their existing service arrangement and who agree to convert to the new “per TN” PRI pricing
structure.
As of May 15, 2010, the per 1,000 station records pricing structure and associated Installation
Charges will only be available for new DID service.
As of May 15, 2010, monthly charges based on the per 1,000 station records pricing structure
will only be available for DID service. Existing PRI subscribers will be grandfathered as of
May 15, 2010 and may retain the 1,000 station records pricing structure as long as they
continue the same service at their current location.
Nonrecurring charges will not apply for grandfathered PRI subscribers who retain their existing
service arrangement and who agree to convert to the new “per TN” PRI pricing structure.
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A24.2 BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service (Cont'd)
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A24.2.4 Rates and Charges (Cont’d)
B.
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9-1-1 PinPoint Service Local Channels
1. Per Channel
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Nonrecurring
Charge
C.
Monthly
Rate
USOC
$475.00
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(a)
First channel, each
105.00
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(b) Additional channels, each
$ 55.00
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(c)
Each channel
Cancellation Charges (Early Termination Fees)
1. The following charge is incurred when a total disconnect of 9-1-1 PinPoint Service occurs during the 60 month contract
period1.
(a)
Per system disconnect
Note 1:
2,500.00
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As of May 15, 2010, 60 Month Contract Period rates and charges are not applicable for new
subscribers and Cancellation Charges (Early Termination Fees) normally applicable for
BellSouth 9-1-1 PinPoint Service will not apply for grandfathered PRI subscribers who retain
their existing service arrangement and who agree to convert to the new “per TN” PRI pricing
structure.
Material appearing on this page previously appeared on page(s) 14 of this section.
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