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Telecommunications Downloadable Forms

Quarterly form filed by telecommunication companies to report their earnings.

A telecommunication corporation’s application for approval to offer, render, furnish, or supply telecommunication services to the public in Pennsylvania.

Telecommunication suppliers give contact information to the PUC on who to contact regarding such items as financial data, tariffs, customer service and annual reports. The form includes, name, title, address, phone numbers and email address for each contact.

Every jurisdictional telecommunications utility must complete and submit a Report of Outage Form to the Commission when they experience an unscheduled service interruption event that affects 2,500 or 5%, whichever is less, of their total customers for 6 or more consecutive hours. The Form is due within 10 working days after the last customer affected is restored. 52 Pa. Code Chapter 67.1.

All utilities under the reporting requirements of 52 Pa. Code §§ 57.47, 59.48, 61.28, 63.36, 65.19, 29.43, 31.1 or 33.103 shall annually file the form by February 28th. The PDF form may be filled out electronically, printed out (or printed out and filled in by hand), and must be mailed to Secretary of the Commission, Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, Attention Doreen Trout, 400 North Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 17120. The forms may no longer be emailed to the Commission due to security concerns.

Utilities that have been directed to file an adoption supplement must file a separate form for each tariff adopted. The supplement may be filed on one days notice.

The PUC adopted a Public Utility Planning and Readiness Self Certification Rulemaking order at Docket L-00040166. The rulemaking resulted in the creation of a new regulation at 52 PA Code Chapter 101. The attached file contains answers to frequently asked questions concerning the form that is to be filed in compliance with 52 PA Code Chapter 101.4.

All local service providers intending to abandon local telephone service must fulfill the requirements at 52 Pa. Code, Chapter 63.306-308.

All telephone companies holding a Certificate of Public Convenience in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who wish to cancel their authority must file an application for approval to abandon or discontinue telecommunications services, in whole or inpart, in Pennsylvania with the Commission.

Letter explaining new report format for Lifeline Service tracking report.

Non-Verizon Local Exchanges Carriers offering Lifeline 150/135 service, and Link Up report annual customer enrollment through the streamlined Annual Lifeline Tracking Report.

Under the Third Party Notification program, your utility company will notify you and another person you choose, to receive copies of shut off notices.

This form is to be used by telephone carriers that have been turned down for numbering resources by one of the numbering administrators. Please file this form and the appropriate attachments with the Secretary for docketing.

2012 forms for Rural Communications Carriers and Verizon North.

The Reconciliation Annual Assessment Report Revenue Form for the calendar year 2009.

The descriptions of telecommunications carrier reports required by the PA PUC, and the associated PUC contact for that specific report. Each company is responsible to adhere to all of the established rules, regulations and directives of the Commission on reporting requirements of utilities.

Fixed Utilities Statement of Operating Revenues for General Assessment for Calendar Year 2020 (Jan - Dec 2020). Includes Form and Instructions.

Letter sent to Facilities Based Toll Carriers, Non-Facilities Based Toll Carriers & Competitive Access Providers explaining the 2018 Annual Reports.

An annual reporting that all incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) must submit by April 30. The report summarizes a corporation’s financial and accounting data.

An annual reporting that all competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) must submit by April 30. The report summarizes a corporation’s financial and accounting data.

An annual reporting that all incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) must submit by April 30. The report summarizes a corporation’s financial and accounting data.

An annual reporting that all competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs) must submit by April 30. The report summarizes a corporation’s financial and accounting data.

Letter sent to Facilities Based Toll Carriers, Non-Facilities Based Toll Carriers & Competitive Access Providers explaining the 2016 Annual Reports.

TRS Monthly Surcharge Remittance Form 2021-22. All local service providers are required to collect and remit the TRS surcharge revenue monthly.

Interconnected VoIP providers must utilize this form to notify the PUC of its intent to request numbering resources from the Numbering Administrators.

An annual report by all ILECs and CLECs that contains residential account information for the previous year as listed in 52 Pa. Code § 64.201. The report is due within 90 days after the end of each calendar year.

An annual reporting that all local exchange carriers must file that summarizes the amount of access lines the company had in service each year. Attachment A is included in this Excel Form. This is required by 52 Pa. Code § 63.37.

An annual reporting that all local exchange carriers must file that summarizes the amount of TRS surcharges that were collected per month. This is required by 52 Pa Code§ 69.513.

An annual reporting that all incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs), competitive local exchange carriers (CLECs), interexchange carriers (IXC) and competitive access providers (CAP) must submit by April 30. The report summarizes a corporation’s financial and accounting data.

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