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Fire code occupancy

Find out why we need to know the maximum building occupancy of your business.


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Learn about FCO

Fire Code Occupancy (FCO) is the maximum building occupancy allowed in a commercial business. It’s typically validated through an FCO certificate. We use the FCO certificate to price DIRECTV® programming for commercial customers.

When you add a sports subscription for the first time, you’ll need to send your FCO certificate or other FCO documentation to AT&T. Other FCO documentation we accept:
  • Building Occupancy Certificate (only if maximum occupancy is listed)
  • Business license (stating number of available seats)
  • Letter from Fire Marshall, building inspector, or other city official (must be signed, on official city letterhead, and indicate specific occupancy)
  • Certificate of Inspection (stating capacity of location)
  • Life Hazard Use Certificate of Registration (stating maximum capacity)

Note: FCO documentation is subject to review and approval prior to the activation of programming.

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