Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 25. Electric and Telephone Cooperative Act
Section 30. Powers of Telephone Cooperative.
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AS 10.25.030. Powers of Telephone Cooperative.

A telephone cooperative may

(1) furnish, improve, and expand telephone service and related telecommunications service to its members, and to other users not in excess of 10 percent of the number of its members; however, telephone service may be made available by a cooperative through interconnection of facilities to any number of subscribers of other telephone systems, and through pay stations to any number of users, and a cooperative which acquires existing telephone facilities may continue service to persons, not exceeding 40 percent of the number of its members, who are already receiving service from the facilities without requiring them to become members, and these persons may become members upon terms as may be prescribed in the bylaws;

(2) connect and interconnect its telephone lines, facilities, or systems with other telephone lines, facilities, or systems;

(3) make its facilities available to persons furnishing telephone service inside or outside the state.

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