(a) If the commission or a court determines that a person has violated this subchapter,
the commission or court shall require a telecommunications utility to disconnect service
to the person.
(b) The telecommunications utility may reconnect service to the person only on a determination
by the commission that the person will comply with this subchapter.
(c) Not later than the third day before the date of the disconnection, the telecommunications
utility shall give notice to the person using the device of its intent to disconnect
service. However, if the device is causing network congestion or blockage, the notice may
be given on the day before the date of disconnection.
(d) A telecommunications utility, without an order by the commission or a court, may
disconnect or refuse to connect service to a person using or intending to use an automated
dial announcing device if the utility determines that the device would cause or is
causing network harm.
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