To the Maine PUC: Our landlines are in your hands.

A new law will make some changes to basic landline telephone service in 22 Maine towns. The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is considering changing the rules and regulations to allow more towns to be added to the list of 22. Changes to basic landline telephone service should never leave  Mainers disconnected without an affordable and reliable option. 

Join us in telling the PUC not to forget about the Mainers who rely on basic landline telephone service to connect them to emergency services, medical devices like pacemakers, and most importantly to their friends and family. 

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Note to Commissioners

TO: Maine Public Utilities Commission Maine Public Utility Commission



Thank you for your service to the people of Maine.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]