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Telecommunications Relay Service
See Puc 412.02 (ILECs)
or Puc 432.02 (CLECs)

Local exchange carriers (LECs), and any interconnected VoIP or IP-enabled service provider that uses facilities and equipment located in New Hampshire owned, leased or otherwise controlled by such provider or its affiliate, are required to contribute to the TRS Trust fund on a monthly basis. Effective November 1, 2010 contributions should be computed based on the number of access lines multiplied by 6 cents. Contributions should be remitted to the Trust Administrator at Citizens Bank. Note that there is no form to submit to the NHPUC.

Instructions on how to make contributions to the TRS Trust account are provided in the link below.

Citizens Bank Instructions for Remitting TRS Contributions