att or sonic "residential" fiber service at a "nontraditional" residence.

John Levine johnl at
Mon Nov 2 03:37:53 UTC 2020

In article <098F44B7-3779-4AAD-BFBE-CCAEC8C3C751 at>,
Mark Seiden <mis at> wrote:
>> You can cheat, but if you are a nonprofit doesn't that kinda go against mission?
>well, depends what you think the mission of an arts organization or a library is in these troubled times.
>that’s why i asked if this is cheating at any level other than that asserted by some vendor’s sales people.  (i
>wtouldn’t want to violate a tariffed offering if only because
>they would have a legitimate reason to terminate service and some regulator or puc decided on the equities of the pricing.)

You might want to check and see what the rules are. Here in NY,
churches and I think some other non-profits get residential rates for
phone service.

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