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86-144. No local competition; rate list filing requirements.(1) In an exchange in which local competition does not exist, telecommunications companies shall file rate lists which, for all telecommunications service except for basic local exchange rates, shall be effective after ten days' notice to the commission.(2) In an exchange in which local competition does not exist, basic local exchange rates may be increased by a telecommunications company only after ninety days' notice to all affected subscribers. Such notice of increase shall include (a) the reasons for the rate increase, (b) a description of the affected telecommunications service, (c) an explanation of the right of the subscriber to petition the commission for a public hearing on the rate increase, (d) a list of exchanges which are affected by the proposed rate increase, and (e) the dates, times, and places for the public informational meetings required by this section.(3) A telecommunications company which proposes to increase its basic local exchange rates shall hold at least one public informational meeting in each public service commissioner district as established by section 75-101.01 in which there is an exchange affected by the proposed rate increase. SourceLaws 2002, LB 1105, § 43.