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Class and Custom Calling Services

Class Services Custom Calling Features

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Other telephone services include:

NDTC Serving Area, Exchanges and Prefixes

  542-
Balta
868-
Hampden
296-
Pekin
  968-
Cando
324-
Harvey
393-
Penn
  398-
Crary
583-
Knox
996-
Sheyenne
  662-
Devils Lake
466-
Leeds
292-
Starkweather
  665-
Devils Lake
438-
Maddock
262-
Tolna
  465-
Drake
322-
McVille
776-
Rugby
  249-
Esmond
473-
Minnewaukan
294-
Warwick
  547-
Fessenden
947-
New Rockford
395-
Webster
  766-
Fort Totten
798-
Oberon
 
 
Wireless and other prefixes in NDTC's calling area that are local.
  303-
Cando
330-
Grand Forks/Devils Lake
600-
New Rockford
  900-
Cando
739-
Grand Forks/Devils Lake
972-
New Rockford
  230-
Devils Lake
740-
Grand Forks/Devils Lake
208-
Rugby
  350-
Devils Lake
341-
Harvey
681-
Rugby
  351-
Devils Lake
399-
Harvey
771-
Rugby
  381-
Devils Lake
635-
Harvey
855-
Rugby
  544-
Devils Lake
849-
Harvey
881-
Rugby
  889-
Drake
302-
New Rockford
 

 

Lifeline Phone Services

Lifeline is a government benefit program that provides monthly discounts on ONE telephone service (wireline or wireless) for eligible low-income consumers. Lifeline service is a non-transferable benefit and is available to eligible low-income consumers in every state, territory, commonwealth, and on Tribal lands. You must be eligible to enroll, and you must recertify your eligibility with the service provider every year. Federal rules prohibit eligible consumers from receiving more than one Lifeline service per household.

An individual may be eligible for the program-supported service if he or she has a household income at or below 135 percent of the federal poverty guidelines, or if they receive benefits from one of the following qualifying programs:

Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit Program, and Medicaid.

Consumers residing on Tribal lands may be eligible for program-supported service if their household income is at or below 135 percent of the federal poverty guidelines, if they participate in one of the five federal programs listed above, or in one of the following programs:

Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance, Tribally-administered Temporary Assistance for Needs Families (TANF), Heat Start (only those households meeting income qualifying standard), and Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations.

More information about eligibility and how to apply for benefits, is available at the Universal Service Administrative Company's website www.usac.org. You may also call the Federal Communications Commission at 1-888-225-5322 or NDTC at 662-1100. North Dakota Telephone Company's telephone service is a Lifeline and Link Up supported service.

Lifeline Assistance Form

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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