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A tariff is a record that is posted with regulatory commissions such as the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) or state regulatory commission describing the prices, terms, and conditions of a telecommunications service offering. An example of a tariff service is basic telephone service. Regulated utilities are required to post tariffs that are approved by an appropriate regulatory agency.
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