For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   EMERGENCY ACCESS FACILITY. The access from a particular service user's premises to a telephone system, which shall include an access line; a private branch exchange (PBX) trunk; a centrex line trunk equivalent all of which are provided by the service supplier; and a mobile telephone system access trunk, whether the trunk is provided by a telephone system or a radio common carrier. The term does not include a service supplier owned and operated telephone pay station line; a wide area telecommunications service (WATS); a foreign exchange (F) line; or an incoming only line.
   ENHANCED EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SYSTEM. A telephone system that uses the three digit 911 number to send automatic number identification and automatic location identification for reporting police, fire, medical or other emergency situations.
   SERVICE SUPPLIER. A person who provides exchange telephone service to a service user.
   SERVICE USER. A person to whom exchange telephone service is provided.
(CC Res. 1996-9, passed 9-5-96)