The PSP is responsible for ensuring that calls originated or terminated at his PSP access line or trunk are rated in accordance with the following:
(a) Local Sent-paid. Pursuant to Federal Communications Commission preemption of state authority over local coin rates, PSPs are permitted to charge market-based rates for local coin calls.
(b) Directory Assistance. Pursuant to Federal Communications Commission preemption of state authority over intrastate directory assistance charges, PSPs are permitted to charge market-based rates for intrastate directory assistance calls.
(c) 0+ Other Than Automated Collect. The end user of a PSP instrument may not be charged by the PSP for a 0+, 10xxx-0+, 101xxxx0+, or 950 local or toll call billed to a calling card, to a third number, or to the called party (collect).
(d) 0+ Local Automated Collect Station-to-Station. The recipient of a local automated collect station-to-station call may not be charged more for the call than would have been charged by Windstream Concord Telephone, Inc. for a local collect station‑to‑station call.
(e) 0- Calls. All PSP instruments outside of confinement facilities must allow access to the access line provider operator at no charge. The PSP may not impose a charge on the end user for completion of 0- local and toll calls billed to a calling card, a third number, or the called number (collect).
(f) 8XX (Toll Free Number) Calls. The end user of a PSP instrument may not be charged for the carriage and completion of any 8XX (toll free number) call.
(NCUC Docket No. P-100, Sub 84, 3/28/86; 11/17/87; 2/8/88; 2/11/88; 10/11/88; 6/14/89; 6/16/89; 8/31/89; 1/12/90; 3/29/90; 8/13/92; 7/2/96; NCUC Docket No. P-100, Sub 84a, 10/7/97; 5/28/98; NCUC Docket No. P-100, Sub 72b, 01/02/04; NCUC Docket No. P-100, Sub 84c, 05/01/08.)