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Interruptions (Rental Rebate)

Volume 481: debated on Wednesday 29 November 1950

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93.

asked the Postmaster-General for how long must a telephone subscriber experience interruption of service before he may claim a rebate of rental.

The rental for telephone service leaves no margin for any general rebate for interruptions, but telephone managers have authority to meet individual requests for rebate where the break is prolonged. The minimum period for consideration would depend on the nature and cause of the interruption.