OAR 860-033-0110
Advertising, Marketing and Outreach


An Eligible Telecommunications Provider may not conceal or misstate a material fact about OTAP or the Lifeline program in advertising, marketing materials or other outreach to Oregon consumers.


An Eligible Telecommunications Provider must explain in plain language and disclose in OTAP and Lifeline marketing materials:


That the Eligible Telecommunications Provider’s offering is an OTAP and Lifeline supported service;


That OTAP and Lifeline are government assistance programs. This disclosure must be conspicuous;


The name of the Eligible Telecommunications Provider or offering the OTAP and Lifeline supported service;


That only eligible low-income customers may enroll in OTAP and Lifeline supported programs;


That proof of eligibility may be necessary for enrollment;
(f) That OTAP and Lifeline supported services are limited to one benefit per household, consisting of either wireline or wireless basic service, a bundle of basic service and broadband internet access services, or broadband internet access service; and


That OTAP and Lifeline supported services are non-transferable.


The Eligible Telecommunications Provider must provide to the Commission copies of OTAP and Lifeline marketing materials to be released in the State of Oregon at least five business days prior to release.

Source: Rule 860-033-0110 — Advertising, Marketing and Outreach, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=860-033-0110.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 860-033-0110’s source at or​.us