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Account Executive: Charles Moreau,225.614.1485, [email protected]

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Maringouin, Livonia and Rosedale Areas

Business Office: 225-625-2333

Service Issues & Tech Support: 225-625-2321

Innis Area

Business Office: 225-492-2330

Service Issues & Tech Support: 225-492-2321

Cheneyville Area

Business Office: 800-256-9740

Service Issues & Tech Support: 318-279-2121


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    • Use of the Telephone Near Water: The telephone should not be used while you are in the bathtub, shower, or pool. Immersion of the telephone or handset in water could cause electrical shock.
    • Use of the Telephone During an Electrical Storm: You should avoid using a telephone during an electrical storm in your immediate area; calls of an urgent nature should be brief. There is a remote risk of a dangerous electrical shock from lightning when using the telephone during a nearby electrical storm.
    • Use of the Telephone to Report a Gas Leak: If you think you have found a gas leak, you should not use a telephone in the vicinity of the leak until the leak has been repaired. The telephone contains electrical contacts that could generate a tiny spark when you lift the handset and dial. While unlikely, it may be possible for this spark to trigger an explosion if the gas concentration is high enough.
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