HB114 Alabama 2011 Session
Under existing law, the Commercial Mobile Radio Service Board levies a service charge on cellular telephones for E-911 service in the amount of 70 cents per month per customer
This bill would lower the amount of the service charge to 65 cents per month
This bill would impose a uniform, statewide prepaid wireless 911 charge on each retail sale of prepaid wireless telecommunications services in the same amount as the E-911 fee per month of regular cell phone service; and would preclude the application of other state and local 911 or E-911 charges to the services
To amend Section 11-98-7 of the Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the Commercial Mobile Radio Service Board, to decrease the monthly service charge for E-911 service on cellular telephones; and to add Chapter 98A to Title 11 to the Code of Alabama 1975, to impose a uniform, statewide prepaid wireless 911 charge on the retail sale of prepaid wireless telecommunication services to consumers; and to preclude the application of other state and local 911 or E-911 charges to the services.
|March 1, 2011||Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Commerce and Small Business|
|Bill Text||HB114 Alabama 2011 Session - Introduced|