The bill defines "basic emergency service" to mean the aggregation and transportation of a 911 call by a basic emergency service provider (BESP) to a point of interconnection with a public safety answering point (PSAP), regardless of the technology used by the BESP to provide the service, but does not include:
- The portion of a 911 call provided by an originating service provider through use of voice-over-internet-protocol service, internet-protocol-enabled service, or commercial mobile radio service;
- The services provided by an intermediary aggregation service provider;
- The delivery of a 911 call from the originating service provider or an intermediary aggregation service provider to a point of interconnection with the BESP; or
- The delivery of a 911 call from the point of interconnection between the BESP and a PSAP to the PSAP facility that receives and processes the 911 call.