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SECTION 91-A
Customer of record for telephonic blocking and restrictions on the removal of telephonic blocks to certain area codes
Public Service (PBS) CHAPTER 48, ARTICLE 5
§ 91-a. Customer of record for telephonic blocking and restrictions
on the removal of telephonic blocks to certain area codes. Where access
to telephone numbers in the 800 and/or 900 area codes has been blocked
at the request of the customer of record to prevent the completion of
the call to numbers in such area codes, the customer of record may
provide a personal password to be retained in the customer's record for
purposes of preventing the unauthorized removal of the request for
blocking. No telephone corporation shall remove such telephonic block
except pursuant to the customer of record providing the correct
password, or a request of the customer of record made in writing or in
person to such telephone corporation.