Rate design is a complex subject and Public Service Commissions,Quote:> There is an article in today's NYTimes saying that as one part of a
> complex NYNEX-PSC agreement, starting January 1st, 1995, NYNEX will no
> longer charge for touch-tone service. I can't believe it, after only
> 27 years, they have finally come to the conclusion that touch-tone is
> not a premium service anymore. Amazing.
being at least partly political bodies, try to set rates in the way
most palatable to customers, the great majority of whom are not big
customers but modest residential users.
According to which figures you want to use, between 20 and 25Quote:> Am I the only person in the world who still doesn't have touch-tone,
> because I don't want to pay the extra $0.50/month, or whatever it is?
per cent of all telephones in the United States are still rotary dial.