Residential Customer Sample Clauses

Residential Customer. The term “Residential Customer” means and individual or individuals residing in a living space rented, leased or owned.
Residential Customer. A Residential Customer is a customer designated as a residential customer for purposes of local exchange telephone service by the Customer’s Local Exchange Carrier.
Residential Customer. Customers on: Rate Schedules RS, RT and GS- Volunteer Fire Company and Non-Profit Ambulance Service, Rescue Squad and Senior Center Service. (Metropolitan Edison Company and Pennsylvania Electric Company); Rate Schedules RS; RS Optional Controlled Service Rider; RH; RH Water Heating Option; WH; and GS Special Provision for Volunteer Fire Companies, Non-Profit Senior Citizen Centers, Non-Profit Rescue Squads, and Non-Profit Ambulance Services (Pennsylvania Power Company); or Domestic Service Schedule 10 (West Penn Power Company), each as defined in the electric service tariff of the Company on file with the Commission as they may be modified from time to time.
Residential Customer. RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER means a RESIDENTIAL GENERATOR that receives SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES from the COLLECTOR.
Residential Customer i) For proof of identity the customer has to submit either copy of National Identity Card or copy of Passport. ii) For proof of address the customer has to submit copy of latest electricity xxxx / telephone xxxx / water xxxx.

Related to Residential Customer

  • Billing and Collection Customers BellSouth currently has in effect numerous billing and collection agreements with various interexchange carriers and billing clearing houses and as such these billing and collection customers (“B&C Customers”) query BellSouth’s LIDB to determine whether to accept various billing options from End Users. Until such time as BellSouth implements in its LIDB and its supporting systems the means to differentiate Louisville Telephone’s data from BellSouth’s data, the following shall apply:

  • Customers and Suppliers (a) Section 4.14(a) of the Disclosure Schedules sets forth (i) each customer who is a party to a Contract with the Company for goods or services pursuant to which such customer has paid consideration to the Company in an amount greater than or equal to Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000) for each of the two (2) most recent fiscal years (collectively, the “Material Customers”); and (ii) the amount of consideration paid by each Material Customer during such periods. Except as set forth in Section 4.14(a) of the Disclosure Schedules, the Company has not received any notice, and has no reason to believe, that any of its Material Customers has ceased, or intends to cease after the Closing, to use its goods or services or to otherwise terminate or materially reduce its relationship with the Company.