Temporary services are considered to be those whose contracting period is less than 90 days. Two types of contingent services are considered: Fixed Base and Variable Base.
Temporary services with a fixed base are applied in the private sector to all services contracted for a period of up to 90 days and must be charged in advance. This form of payment will be applied to private non-residential customers who pay their consumption in cash, e.g. churches, lodges and others.
The variable base will be applied to services contracted from the state sector for a period of more than 30 days, such as temporary facilities for construction activities of any organization, dance floors or other facilities that are frequently used for festive activities, kiosks or permanent points of sale and other state facilities in which although their use is occasional, the owner with whom there is an electrical service contract is defined.
The eventual services for the private residential must always be charged in advance. This form of payment will be applied to non-residential private customers who pay their consumption in cash, e.g. churches, self-employed workers, etc.
For more information you can consult the document: UC-CC 0007 Temporary Services.