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                           Before the
                Federal Communications Commission
                     Washington, D.C. 20554


In the Matter of                 )
                                )
C. F.  Communications Corp.,  et )
al.,                             )    File Nos. E-93-60 and  E-93-
               Complainants      )    61
                                )
                        v.       )
                                )
Century Telephone of  Wisconsin, )
Inc., et al., 
                  Defendants


                             ERRATUM

   Adopted:  April 18, 2001             Released:  April 19, 2001

By  the  Deputy  Chief,  Market  Disputes  Resolution   Division, 
Enforcement Bureau:


On April 13, 2000,  the Commission released  an order granting  a 
number of formal complaints concerning the assessment of end user 
carrier line charges on independent payphone providers by certain 
local exchange carriers.1  The  complaints listed in the  caption 
above were  inadvertently omitted  from  the April  13  Liability 
Order.

ACCORDINGLY, IT  IS ORDERED,  pursuant  to Sections  4(i),  4(j), 
201(b), and 208 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, 47 
U.S.C.   154(i),  154(j), 201(b),  and  208 and  the  authority 
delegated in sections 0.111 and 0.311 of the Commission's  rules, 
47 C.F.R.   0.111  and 0.311,  that the  above-captioned  cases 
shall be added to the caption of the April 13 Liability Order and 
shall be covered by the determinations therein.        



                                   Federal         Communications 
Commission


                                   Radhika Karmarkar
                                   Deputy Chief
                                   Market   Disputes   Resolution 
                              Division
                                   Enforcement Bureau  
                                                                 

_________________________

1    C. F. Communications Corp., et al. v. Century Telephone  of 
Wisconsin, Inc. et al., Memorandum Opinion and Order on  Remand, 
15 FCC Rcd 8759 (2000) (``April 13 Liability Order'').