Pursuant to the Commission’s Detariffing Order, CC Docket 96-61, 11 FCC Rcd 20730 (1996), this tariff is cancelled in its entirety, effective February 23, 2001.

Information regarding rates and regulations for domestic interstate, interexchange toll service can now be found at 111 State & Broadway, Lovington, Illinois 61937, and also at the company’s website at http://www.moultriemulticorp.com/infocomm.htm.

For further assistance please contact Moultrie Infocomm, Inc., either by phone at (217) 873-5211, or by e-mail at rfrank@one-eleven.net.

1. Application of Terms and Conditions of International Service

1.1 These terms and conditions are applicable to the provision of International Message Telecommunications Service by Moultrie InfoComm, Inc., with its principle address at 111 State & Broadway, Lovington, IL 61937,(hereafter referred to as "Moultrie InfoComm" or the "Company"), from its points of presence in the various United States domestic locations on the one hand, to international points, as specified herein, on the other hand. Service is furnished subject to the availability of facilities and subject to transmission, atmospheric and like conditions.

1.2 From time to time, the Company shall offer special promotional offerings allowing special discounts or modifications of its regular service offerings to its Customers. Such offerings may be limited to certain dates, times, and locations.

1.3 Company may modify these Terms and Conditions upon advance written notice to Customer. The most current version of these Terms and Conditions can be found on Company web site at www.moultriemulticorp.com/infocomm.htm Any changes to Terms and Conditions become effective on the Effective Date set forth in the written notice. By continuing to accept Company’s Service after the Effective Date, Customer agrees to the Terms and Conditions as modified.

1.4 When services and facilities are provided in part by the Company and in part by other companies, these Terms and Conditions apply to that portion of the service or facilities that it supplies.

1.5 Service/trademarks of the Company are indicated by "ä ", registered service/trademark are indicated by "â ", and copyrights are indicated by "ã ". In addition, the Company logo is a registered servicemark of the Company.

 

2. Definitions

The following definitions apply for certain terms used generally throughout these Terms and Conditions:

Central Office

A Local Exchange Carrier switching system where Local Exchange Carrier customer station loops are terminated for purposes of interconnection to each other and to trunks.

Channel

The term "Channel" denotes a path for electrical transmission between two or more points, the path having a bandwidth designed to carry voice grade transmission.

Company

Moultrie InfoComm, Inc.

Customer

The term "Customer" denotes the person, partnership, association, joint stock company, trust, corporation, or governmental entity or any other entity, that is responsible for payment of charges and for compliance with these terms and conditions.

Customer - Provided Facilities

The term "Customer - Provided Facilities" denotes all communications facilities provided by the Customer and/or authorized user other than those provided by The Company.

Exchange

The term "Exchange" denotes a unit established by the Local Exchange Carrier for the administration of communications service in a specified area which usually embraces a city, town or village and its environs. It consists of one or more central offices together with the associated facilities used in furnishing communications service within that area. One or more designated exchanges comprise a given Local Access and Transport Area.

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2. Definitions (Cont’d)

International Message Telecommunications Service

The term "International Message Telecommunications Service" denotes the furnishing of station-to-station direct dial International switched network services to the Customer for the completion of long distance voice and dial-up low speed data transmissions over voice grade channel from The Company Points of Presence to points in other countries as specified herein.

Local Exchange Carrier (LEC)

The term "Local Exchange Carrier" denotes any telephone company that has been granted a certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity by a State Commission which provides local telephone service to Customers within a defined exchange.

Other Common Carrier

The term "Other Common Carrier" denotes a common carrier, other than The Company, providing domestic or international communications service to the public.

Points of Presence

The term "Points of Presence" denotes the sites where The Company provides a network interface with facilities provided by Other Common Carriers, Local Exchange Carriers or Customers for access to the network.

Premises

The term "Premises" denotes a building or buildings on contiguous property (except railroad rights-of-way, etc.) not separated by a public highway.

 

3. General Regulations

3.1 Service Description

International Message Telecommunications Service is offered to residential and business Customers of the Company to provide direct dialed termination of international station-to-station calls placed from various origination points, using the Company's network to the countries or areas designated which are not part of the United States or its territories. The Company provides switched long distance network services for voice grade and low speed dial-up data transmission services offered on a usage sensitive basis. All services are provided subject to the terms and conditions set out in this offering. See Sections 1 through 5. This service is a usage sensitive switched service allowing voice grade or low speed dial-up data transmission.

3.2 Interconnection with Other Common Carriers

The Company reserves the right to interconnect its services with those of any Other Common Carrier, Local Exchange Carrier, or alternate access provider of its election, and to utilize such services concurrently with its own facilities for the provision of services offered herein.

3.3 Undertaking of the Company

(a) The Company undertakes to provide switched International Message Telecommunications Service in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in these terms and conditions. The Company shall endeavor to provide services and facilities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, subject to unavoidable network interruptions.

(b) The Company shall provide International Message Telecommunications Service to subscribers of The Company's Interstate Telecommunications Service offerings.

3.4 Use of Service

Customers are prohibited from and by their acceptance of service agree not to use the services furnished by the Company for any unlawful purpose or for any purpose prohibited under the provisions of any regulatory order.

 

3. General Regulations (Cont’d)

3.5 Liability of the Company

(a) In case of the Company's willful misconduct, the Company's liability, if any, is not limited by these terms and conditions. The liability of the Company, if any, for damages resulting in whole or in part from or arising in connection with the furnishing of service under these terms and conditions, including but not limited to mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, errors or other defects in transmission occurring after service activation and during the course of furnishing service or arising out of any failure to furnish service shall in no event exceed an amount of money equivalent to the proportionate charge to Customer for the period of service during which such mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays or errors or defects in transmission occur and continue. However, any such mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, errors, or defects in transmission or service which are caused by or contributed to by the negligence or willful act of Customer, or which arise from the use of Customer-Provided Facilities or equipment shall not result in the imposition of any liability whatsoever upon the Company.

(b) The Company is not liable for any act, omission or negligence of any Local Exchange Carrier or other provider whose facilities are used concurrently in furnishing any portion of the services received by Customer, or for the unavailability of or any delays in the furnishing of any services or facilities which are provided by any Local Exchange Carrier. Should the Company employ the service of any Other Common Carrier in furnishing the services provided to Customer, the Company's liability shall be limited according to the provisions of Section 3.5(a) above.

 

3. General Regulations (Cont’d)

3.5 Liability of the Company (Cont’d)

(c) Under no circumstances whatever shall the Company or its officers, agents, or employees be liable for indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages.

(d) The Company shall not be liable for any failure of performance hereunder due to causes beyond its control, including but not limited to fire, flood, or other catastrophes; Acts of God; atmospheric conditions or other phenomena of nature, such as radiation; any law, regulation, directive, order or request of the United States Government, or any other government including state and local governments having any jurisdiction over the Company or the services provided hereunder; national emergencies; civil disorder, insurrections, riots, wars, strikes, lockouts, work stoppages, or other labor problems or regulations established or actions taken by any court or government agency having jurisdiction over the Company.

(e) The Company is not liable for any damage to Customer's premises or equipment arising out of the connection of any of Company equipment associated wiring on such premises, or from the installation or removal thereof except to the extent that such damage results from the Company's negligence or willful misconduct. Customer will indemnify and save and hold the Company harmless from any claims of the owner of Customer's premises or equipment, or other third party claims for such damages.

(f) The Company shall not be liable for any act or omission of any other entity furnishing to the Customer facilities or equipment used with the service furnished hereunder; nor shall the Company be liable for any damages or losses due in whole or in part to the fault or negligence of the Customer or due in whole or in part to the failure of Customer-provided equipment or facilities.

 

3. General Regulations (Cont’d)

3.6 Assignment

(a) Customer shall not assign or transfer the use of the Company's services except that, where there is no interruption or relocation of use, such assignment or transfer may be made to an assignee Customer, whether an individual, partnership, association or corporation, if the Company consents in writing to such assignment and provided that:

1. Customer of record (assignor Customer) requests such assignment or transfer in writing in accordance with paragraph (c) below: and

2. The new Customer (assignee Customer) notifies the Company in writing that it agrees to assume all outstanding obligations of the former Customer for use of the Company's services. These obligations include all outstanding indebtedness for the use of the Company's service.

Consent to such assignment or transfer will not be unreasonably withheld.

(b) Any permitted assignment or transfer of the Company's service shall not relieve or discharge any Customer from remaining jointly and severally liable with the new Customer for any obligations existing at the time of transfer or assignment.

(c) Customer shall provide written notice to the Company at least forty-five (45) days prior to the effective date of any requested assignment or transfer. The Company agrees to respond to a request to assign or transfer to another Customer within thirty (30) days of receipt of notification. All terms and provisions contained herein shall apply to any assignee or transferee.

3. General Regulations (Cont’d)

3.7 Allowance for Interruption of Service

If, for any reason, the service is interrupted, the Customer will only be charged for the service that was actually used.

3.7.1.1 No credit will be allowed for relinquishing facilities in order to perform routine maintenance.

3.7.1.2 Credit for failure of service or equipment will be allowed only when such failure is caused by or occurs in facilities or equipment provided by the Company. As used in these terms and conditions, all equipment, facilities and/or services for which the Company renders a bill for payment are considered provided by the Company whether or not the equipment, facilities and/or services are owned and operated by the Company unless otherwise provided by these terms and conditions.

3.7.1.3 No credit will be allowed for failures of service or equipment due to Customer user-provided facilities or any act or omission of the Customer, its authorized user(s) , officers, directors, employees, agents, contractors, licensees or invitees or any person or entity who gains access to the service at the customer through the negligence of the customer..

3.7.1.4 Credit allowance time for failure of service or equipment starts when the Customer notifies the Company of the failure or when the Company has actual knowledge of the failure, and ceases when the service has been restored and an attempt has been made to notify the Customer.

3.7.1.5 The Customer shall notify the Company of failures of service or equipment and make reasonable attempts to ascertain whether the failure is caused by Customer-provided equipment.

3.7.1.6 Only those portions of the service or equipment operation materially interfered with will be credited.

 

3. General Regulations (Cont’d)

3.8 Access to International Message Telecommunications Service

(a) International Message Telecommunications Service is available to any Customer subscribing to any of the Company's Interstate Telecommunications Service offerings in any city of Illinois in which the Company's Interstate Telecommunications Services are offered.

(1) Where a Customer is presubscribed to the Company in an equal access converted central office, the Customer may use the Company's International Message Telecommunications Services by dialing 1 + the Country Code + the National Number (telephone number).

 

4. Payment and Credit Regulations

4.1 Payment of Charges

(a) Customer shall pay for all charges invoiced for usage of the Company's service hereunder. All bills are due by the 15th day after bill date and are payable at the address indicated on the Company’s invoice.

(b) Once service is activated, Customer is liable for the payment of all usage charges for services to be provided by the Company to Customer.

(c) Charges associated with usage shall be billed in arrears.

(d) Any applicable federal, state and local use, excise, sales or privilege taxes or similar liabilities chargeable to or against the Company as a result of the provision of the Company's services hereunder to Customer, shall be charged to and payable by Customer in addition to the rates indicated in these terms and conditions for International Message Telecommunications Service.

(e) In the event the Company must employ the services of attorneys for collection of charges due under these terms and conditions and any separate contract for Special Services, Customer shall be liable for all costs of collection including a reasonable attorney's fee.

(f) It is the intention of the Company to conform strictly to applicable laws.

(g) In cases involving toll fraud, the Company may backbill for one and one-half (1 1/2) years from the point when such fraud was detected and/or quantified.

4. Payment and Credit Regulations (Cont’d)

4.2 Security for Payment

(a) Authorization to Obtain Credit Information

The Company reserves the right to require all Customers to establish credit worthiness to the reasonable satisfaction of The Company. Upon application for service, Customer shall be deemed to have authorized the Company to obtain such routine credit information and verification as the Company shall require in accordance with its then existing credit policies.

(b) Deposit

Prior to service activation or any permitted assignment, the Company reserves the right to require any Customer whose credit worthiness has not been established to the reasonable satisfaction of the Company to make a deposit to guarantee payment of charges. After service activation, if Customer's recurring charges are usage sensitive and Customer's actual monthly usage exceeds Customer's estimated monthly usage by more than 25% a deposit or additional deposit may be required.

(i) The total amount of any security deposit, if required by the Company, shall be a maximum of the Customer's estimated charges for two (2) months' service. Deposits may be applied against any bill(s) owed by Customer to the Company for service rendered hereunder and the company's Interstate Telecommunications Service and installation of service, to the extent that such bill(s) are unpaid more than thirty (30) days after the bill date.

4. Payment and Credit Regulations (Cont’d)

4.2 Security for Payment (Cont’d)

(ii) After the initial thirty (30) days, a deposit will accrue interest at the rate not to exceed eight (8) percent per annum.

(iii) A deposit will be returned by the Company under the following circumstances:

When an application for service has been canceled prior to service activation, the deposit will be applied to any existing charges incurred in accordance with the provisions of these terms and conditions. The Company agrees to refund the excess portion of the deposit, if any, within thirty (30) days following settlement of Customer's account.

Upon the discontinuance of service, the Company will refund Customer's deposit to the extent that it exceeds any unpaid charges for installation and service to Customer.

(iv) The unused portion of a deposit and accrued interest will be refunded if Customer has demonstrated its credit worthiness by paying each and every bill rendered by The Company for service within the thirty (30) day period for each of the six (6) months following the tender of such deposit.

(v) The refunding or crediting of Customer's deposit and accrued interest in no way relieves Customer from complying with all terms and provisions contained in these terms and conditions or from tendering payments when due.

4.3 Denial of Access to International Message Telecommunications Service by the Company

The Company expressly retains the right to immediately deny the access to service without incurring any liability for any of the following reasons:

(a) Nonpayment of any sum due for service provided hereunder, where Customer's charges remain unpaid more than ten (10) days following notice of nonpayment from the Company. Notice shall be deemed to be effective upon mailing of written notice, postage prepaid, to Customer's last known address; or

(b) Customer's acts or omissions which constitute a violation of, or a failure to comply with, any regulation stated in these terms and conditions governing the furnishing of service, but which violation or failure to comply does not constitute a material breach or does not pose any actual or threatened interference to The Company operations or its furnishing of services. The Company agrees to give Customer ten (10) days notice of such violation or failure to comply prior to service; or

(c) The implementation of any order of a court of competent jurisdiction, or federal or state regulatory authority of competent jurisdiction, prohibiting the Company from furnishing such service; or

(d) Where Customer has failed or neglected to tender any additional or required security deposit within ten (10) days of demand by the Company.

4.4 Customer's Liability in the Event of Denial of Access to Service by the Company

In the event Customer's service is disconnected by the Company for any of the reasons stated in Section 4.3, Customer shall be liable for all unpaid charges due and owing to the Company associated with the service. Customer's deposit and accrued interest shall be applied to all cancellation charges applicable to the service offering received by Customer.

4.5 Reinstitution of Service

If Customer seeks reinstitution of service following denial of service by the Company, Customer shall pay to the Company prior to the time service is reinstituted (1) all accrued and unpaid charges, and (2) a deposit per section 4, subparagraph 4.2(b)(1) in order to reinstitute service.

4.6 Discontinuation of Service

The Customer's service shall automatically discontinue upon discontinuation of the Customer's subscription to the Company's Interstate Telecommunications Service.

4.7 Billing Disputes

In the event Customer disputes any charges billed by the Company, Customer may withhold from payment to the Company the disputed portion of any billing pending resolution of the dispute, provided Customer submits to the Company an itemized statement in writing which identifies the disputed charges and reasonably explains the basis of the dispute. Customer's explanation must be received by the Company within ten (10) days of the bill date of the disputed bill. The Company shall resolve the dispute, within thirty (30) days of receipt of determination of whether any billing adjustment should be made into Customer's account. In making such determination the Company will consider all relevant and credible information provided by Customer as well as any other information reasonably available to the Company. The burden of proof to establish any right to billing adjustments in Customer's favor shall be solely upon Customer.

In the event Customer does not agree with the initial determination by the Company relating to amounts in dispute and adjustments, if any, which the Company may agree to make, Customer shall so advise the Company and within ten (10) days following the Company's initial determination shall submit to the Company any additional information which Customer deems pertinent or relevant to the dispute. Within twenty (20) days of the Company's receipt of additional information, the Company shall make its final determination based upon all documentation or information available to the Company. In the event the Company lacks credible evidence to substantiate Customer's position after a reasonable review of and consideration of such information available, the Company shall notify Customer and, if the Company determines that all or any portion of such disputed amount is still owed, Customer shall be required to tender payment of such amount within ten (10) days thereafter. If Customer withholds the disputed amount thereafter, or within the time required, fails to provide supporting information in writing which sets out a legitimate basis under these terms and conditions for disputing any charges, Customer's account shall be deemed to be past due and unpaid. In such event, the Company shall be entitled to deny Customer's service immediately and/or require an additional deposit.

 

4. Payment and Credit Regulations (Cont’d)

4.7 Billing Disputes (Cont’d)

If the billing dispute is resolved in favor of the Company, any payments withheld pending resolution of the dispute shall be subject to a late payment fee of 1.5 percent per month for the period during which such charges remain unpaid.

4.8 Right to Backbill for Improper Use of the Company's Services

Any person or entity which uses, appropriates or secures the use of services from the Company, whether directly or indirectly, in any unlawful manner or through the providing of any misleading or false information to the Company and which use, appropriation, or securing of services is inconsistent with the stated uses, intents, and purposes of these terms and conditions or any restrictions, conditions, and limitations stated herein, shall be liable for an amount equal to the accrued and unpaid charges that would have been applicable to the use of the Company's services actually made by Customer.

4.9 Bank Charges

In the event that a check or draft tendered by a Customer is returned, a fee based on the policy of the local exchange telephone company which serves the customer will apply. The fee will be assessed when a check or instrument issued by a Customer is returned without payment for any reason whatsoever, unless the return is a bank error, in which case documentary evidence is required to waive the fee.

 

4.10 Late Payment Charge

Customers billed by local exchange telephone companies on behalf of the Carrier are responsible for any late payment charges that the local exchange telephone companies may employ in their billing process.

5. Rates for International Message Telecommunications Service

5.1 Types of Offerings

International Message Telecommunications Service is available as additional service at the rates listed in 5.2, through subscription to any of the Interstate Telecommunications service offerings available from the Company: MTS Service. Each of these offerings utilize the same rate schedules but have different rates and billing increments for each of the rate schedules.

(a) Determination of Duration

(i) Chargeable time begins when the connection is established between the calling station and the desired telephone, attendant board, or private branch exchange console.

(ii) Chargeable time ends when the connection is terminated.

(iii) Chargeable time does not include the time lost because of faults or defects in the service.

(b) Determination of Time of Day

(i) The rate charged is not dependent on the time of day. The rates listed in Section 5.2 are the rates to be charged 24 hours per day.

(c) Calculation of Billable Time for IMTS Service

(i) The initial whole minute or fraction thereof is subject to the initial minute rate.

(ii) The subsequent seconds are rounded in whole minute increments, with the remaining seconds, if any, rounded up to the next whole minute and billed at the additional minute rate.

5. Rates for International Message Telecommunications Service (Cont’d)

5.2 Rates for Direct Dialed IMTS Service

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day

Afghanistan $2.95

Albania 2.95

Algeria 1.75

American Samoa 1.75

Andorra .95

Angola 3.75

Anguilla 1.10

Antarctica 3.50

Antarctica (Scott Base) 2.00

Antigua 1.15

Argentina 1.09

Armenia 2.25

Aruba 1.00

Ascension Island 2.25

Australia .75

Austria .60

Azerbaijan 2.25

Bahamas .75

Bahrain 1.90

Bangladesh 2.90

Barbados 1.10

Belarus 2.25

Belgium 1.20

Belize 1.52

Benin 2.00

Bermuda .81

Bhutan 4.00

Bolivia 1.62

Bosnia-Herzagovina 1.75

Botswana 2.00

Brazil .92

British Virgin Islands 1.30

Brunei 2.00

Bulgaria 1.75

Burkina Faso 2.25

Burundi 3.25

Cambodia 3.50

Cameroon 1.75

5. International Message Telecommunications Service

5.2 Rates for Direct Dialed IMTS Service (cont’d)

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day

Canada $ .45

Cape Verde 2.00

Cayman Island 1.27

Central African Republic 4.00

Chad 4.00

Chile 1.25

China 2.50

Christmas Island 1.05

Cocos Island 1.05

Colombia 1.25

Comorros 4.00

Congo 2.50

Cook Island 4.00

Costa Rica 1.25

Croatia 1.50

Cuba 2.75

Cyprus 1.45

Czech Republic 1.15

Denmark 1.20

Diego Garcia 2.25

Djibouti 2.50

Dominica 1.25

Dominican Republic 1.05

Easter Island 1.30

Ecuador 1.25

Egypt 1.80

El Salvador 1.25

Equatorial Guinea 3.75

Eritrea 2.25

Estonia 2.25

Ethiopia 2.25

Faeroe Islands 1.00

Falkland Island 2.90

Fiji Islands 2.50

Finland 1.30

France .60

French Antilles 1.10

5. International Message Telecommunications Service

5.2 Rates for Direct Dialed IMTS Service (cont’d)

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day

French Guiana $1.50

French Polynesia 2.50

Gabon 1.75

The Gambia 1.50

Georgia 2.25

Germany .25 (chg 7/1/01)

Ghana 2.00

Gibraltar 1.40

Greece 1.40

Greenland 1.50

Grenada 1.25

Guadeloupe 1.25

Guam 1.80

Guantanamo Bay 2.50

Guatemala 1.75

Guinea 2.50

Guinea Bissau 3.50

Guyana 1.75

Haiti 1.20

Honduras 1.50

Hong Kong .75

Hungary 1.50

Iceland 1.25

India 2.10

Indonesia 2.00

Iran 2.10

Iraq 2.75

Ireland 1.10

Israel 1.20

Italy .95

Ivory Coast 2.20

Jamaica 1.25

Japan .60

Jordan 1.75

Kazakhstan 2.25

Kenya 2.00

 

5. International Message Telecommunications Service

5.2 Rates for Direct Dialed IMTS Service (cont’d)

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day

Kiribati $4.00

Korea, North 4.25

Korea,South .50 (chg 7/1/01)

Kuwait 1.60

Kyrgyzstan 2.25

Laos 4.25

Latvia 2.25

Lebanon 2.75

Lesotho 2.00

Liberia 1.70

Libya 2.00

Liechtenstein 1.00

Lithuania 2.25

Luxembourg 1.25

Macao 2.50

Macedonia 1.75

Madagascar 4.50

Malawi 1.75

Malaysia 2.00

Maldives 3.50

Mali Republic 2.50

Malta 1.50

Marshall Islands 2.25

Mauritania 2.90

Mauritius 3.30

Mayotte Island 4.00

Mexico .67

Micronesia 2.25

Moldova 2.25

Monaco .75

Mongolia 5.00

Montserrat 1.25

Morocco 2.00

Mozambique 3.00

Myanmar 5.25

Namibia 1.80

Nauru 4.60

5. International Message Telecommunications Service

5.2 Rates for Direct Dialed IMTS Service (cont’d)

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day

Nepal $2.50

Netherlands .75

Netherland Antilles 1.15

Nevis 1.15

New Caledonia 2.50

New Zealand 2.00

Nicaragua 1.50

Niger 2.50

Nigeria 1.50

Niue Island 4.00

Norfolk Island 3.50

Norway 1.10

Oman 1.75

Pakistan 2.75

Palau 3.00

Panama 1.25

Papua New Guinea 2.00

Paraguay 1.75

Peru 1.40

Philippines 1.75

Poland 1.50

Portugal 1.50

Qatar 2.00

Reunion Island 3.00

Romania 2.00

Russia 2.00

Rwanda 3.00

Saipan 1.75

San Marino 1.25

Sao Tome 3.90

Saudi Arabia 1.50

Senegal 2.13

Seychelles Islands 3.75

Sierra Leone 2.75

Singapore 1.70

Slovakia 1.50

Slovenia 1.80

 

 

5. International Message Telecommunications Service

5.2 Rates for Direct Dialed IMTS Service (cont’d)

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day

Solomon Islands $3.10

Somalia 4.50

South Africa 1.30

Spain .90

Sri Lanka 3.00

St. Helen 3.50

St. Kitts 1.00

St. Lucia 1.20

St. Pierre/Miquelon 1.25

St. Vincent 1.25

Sudan 3.62

Suriname 2.00

Swaziland 1.96

Sweden 1.05

Switzerland .75

Syria 3.00

Tadjikistan 2.28

Taiwan 1.10

Tanzania 2.00

Thailand 2.00

Togo 2.00

Tonga 2.88

Trinidad/Tobago 1.25

Tunisia 1.95

Turkey 1.50

Turkmenistan 2.28

Turks and Caicos Islands 1.25

Tuvalu 5.10

Uganda 1.94

Ukraine 2.30

United Arab Emirates 1.82

United Kingdom .50

Uruguay 1.50

Uzbekistan 2.28

Vanuatu 4.28

Vatican City 1.25

Venezuela .80

5. International Message Telecommunications Service

5.2 Rates for Direct Dialed IMTS Service (cont’d)

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day

Vietnam $2.50

Wallis and Futuna 3.75

Western Samoa 1.97

Yemen 1.89

Yugoslavia 1.80

Zaire 1.90

Zambia 1.90

Zimbabwe 1.90

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service

5.6.1 Description - This service arrangement allows Customers to originate calls from any point within the United States or specified international locations through use of a Company Calling Card via the Company’s 800/888 Universal Access Number. Calls may be terminated to points listed in Section 5.6.3.

Calls are billed in whole minute increments after the initial minimum billable period of one minute and subject to a per call surcharge.

Usage rates are not time-of-day and distance sensitive. Usage volume discounts apply where indicated in I.C.C. No. 1.

5.6.2 Per Call Surcharges The following per call surcharges apply for all calls originating in or terminating to the United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands from all international locations:

$1.00

The following per call surcharges apply for all calls originating from international locations and terminating to an international location, including Mexico and Canada:

$2.00

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service

5.6.3 Rates

From other countries

From the US To the US To other

countries

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day

Afghanistan $5.50 $5.50

Albania 5.50 5.50

Algeria 5.50 5.50

American Samoa 5.50 5.50

Andorra 5.50 5.50

Angola 5.50 5.50

Anguilla 5.50 5.50

Antarctia (Casey) 5.50 5.50

Antartica (Scott) 5.50 5.50

Antigua 2.00 2.00 6.50

Argentina 3.00 3.00

Armenia 5.50 5.50

Aruba 2.00 2.00

Ascension Island 5.50 5.50

Australia 3.25 3.25 6.50

Austria 2.25 2.25 6.50

Azerbaijan 5.50 5.50

Bahamas 1.50 1.50 6.50

Bahrain 5.50 5.50

Bangladesh 5.50 5.50

Barbados 2.00 2.00 6.50

Belarus 5.50 5.50 6.50

Belgium 2.25 2.25

Belize 3.00 3.00

Benin 5.50 5.50

Bermuda 1.50 1.50

Bhutan 5.50 5.50

Bolivia 3.75 3.75

Bosnia & Hercegov 5.50 5.50

Botswana 5.50 5.50

Brazil 3.00 3.00 6.50

British Virgin Is 2.00 2.00

Brunei 5.50 5.50

Bulgaria 5.50 5.50

Burkina Faso 5.50 5.50

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service (cont’d)

5.6.3 Rates (cont’d)

From other countries

From the US To the US To other

countries

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day

Burundi $5.50 $5.50

Cambodia 4.25

Cameroon 5.50 5.50

Canada 1.00 1.00 5.50

Cape Verde Island 5.50 5.50

Cayman Islands 5.50 5.50

Cent. Afr. Repub. 5.50 5.50

Chad Republic 5.50 5.50

Chile 3.00 3.00 6.50

China 6.50 6.50 6.50

Christmas Islands 5.50 5.50

Cocos Islands 5.50 5.50

Colombia 3.00 3.00 6.50

Comoros 5.50 5.50

Congo 5.50 5.50

Cook Islands 5.50 5.50

Costa Rica 3.00 3.00

Croatia 5.50 5.50 6.50

Cuba 4.00

Cyprus 5.50 5.50

Czech Republic 5.50 5.50 6.50

Denmark 2.50 2.50 6.50

Diego Garcia 5.50 5.50

Djibouti 5.50 5.50

Dominica 2.00 2.00

Dominican Republic 2.00 2.00 6.50

Easter Island 5.50 5.50

Ecuador 3.00 3.00 6.50

Egypt 5.50 5.50 6.50

El Salvador 3.00 3.00

Equat. Guinea 5.50 5.50

Eritrea 5.50 5.50

Estonia 5.50 5.50

Ethiopia 5.50 5.50

Faeroe Islands 5.50 5.50

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service (cont’d)

5.6.3 Rates (cont’d)

From other countries

From the US To the US To other

countries

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day

Falkland Islands $3.50

Fiji Islands 5.50 5.50

Finland 2.25 2.25 6.50

France 2.00 2.00 6.50

French Antilles 2.00 2.00 6.50

French Guiana 3.00

French Polynesia 5.50 5.50

Gabon Republic 5.50 5.50

Gambia 5.50 5.50

Georgia 5.50 5.50

Germany 2.00 2.00 6.50

Ghana 5.50 5.50

Gibraltar 5.50 5.50

Greece 3.00 3.00 6.50

Greenland 5.50 5.50

Grenada 2.00 2.00

Guadeloupe 2.00

Guam 5.50 5.50 6.50

Guantanamo Bay 3.50

Guatemala 3.00 3.00

Guinea 5.50 5.50

Guinea Bissau 5.50 5.50

Guyana 4.00 4.00

Haiti 2.50 2.50 6.50

Honduras 3.00 3.00

Hong Kong 3.75 3.75 6.50

Hungary 3.00 3.00 6.50

Iceland 5.50 5.50 6.50

India 5.50 5.50 6.50

Indonesia 4.75 4.75 6.50

Iran 5.50 5.50

Iraq 5.50 5.50

Ireland 2.00 2.00 6.50

Israel 3.25 3.25 6.50

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service (cont’d)

5.6.3 Rates (cont’d)

From other countries

From the US To the US To other

countries

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day

Italy $2.00 $2.00 6.50

Ivory Coast 5.50 5.50

Jamaica 2.50 2.50

Japan 3.25 3.25 6.50

Jordan 5.50 5.50

Kazakhstan 5.50 5.50 6.50

Kenya 5.50 5.50

Kiribati 5.50 5.50

Korea,South 3.00 3.00 6.50

Kuwait 5.50 5.50

Kyrgyzstan 5.50 5.50

Laos 5.75

Latvia 5.50 5.50

Lebanon 5.50 5.50 6.50

Lesotho 5.50 5.50

Liberia 5.50 5.50

Libya 5.50 5.50

Liechtenstein 5.50 5.50 6.50

Lithuania 5.50 5.50

Luxembourg 2.50 2.50

Macao 5.50 5.50

Macedonia 5.50 5.50

Madagascar 5.50 5.50

Malawi 5.50 5.50

Malaysia 4.50 4.50 6.50

Maldives 5.50 5.50

Mali 5.50 5.50

Malta 5.50 5.50

Marshall Islands 5.50 5.50

Mauritania 5.50 5.50

Mauritius 5.50 5.50

Mayotte Island 5.50 5.50

Mexico 2.00 2.00 5.50

Micronesia 4.50

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service (cont’d)

5.6.3 Rates (cont’d)

From other countries

From the US To the US To other

countries

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day

Moldova $5.50 $5.50

Monaco 5.50 5.50 6.50

Mongolia 5.50 5.50

Montserrat 5.50 5.50

Morocco 5.50 5.50

Mozambique 5.50 5.50

Myanmar 5.50 5.50

Namibia 5.50 5.50

Nauru 5.50 5.50

Nepal 5.50 5.50

Netherlands 2.00 2.00

Antilles 2.00 2.00 6.50

Nevis 2.00

New Caledonia 5.50 5.50

New Zealand 4.00 4.00 6.50

Nicaragua 3.50 3.50 6.50

Niger 5.50 5.50

Nigeria 5.50 5.50

Niue Island 5.50 5.50

Norfolk Island 5.50 5.50

Norway 2.00 2.00 6.50

Oman 5.50 5.50

Pakistan 5.50 5.50

Palau 5.50 5.50

Panama 3.00 3.00

Papua, New Guinea 5.50 5.50 6.50

Paraguay 4.00 4.00

Peru 3.50 3.50

Philippines 3.75 3.75 6.50

Poland 5.50 5.50 6.50

Portugal 2.75 2.75 6.50

Qatar 5.50 5.50

Reunion Island 5.50 5.50

Romania 5.50 5.50 6.50

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service (cont’d)

5.6.3 Rates (cont’d)

From other countries

From the US To the US To other

countries

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day

Russia $5.50 $5.50 6.50

Rwanda 5.50 5.50

Saipan 5.50 5.50 6.50

San Marino 5.50 5.50 6.50

Sao-Tome 5.50 5.50

Saudi Arabia 5.50 5.50 6.50

Senegal Republic 5.50 5.50

Seychelles Isles 5.50 5.50

Sierra Leone 5.50 5.50

Singapore 3.75 3.75

Slovakia 5.50 5.50 6.50

Slovenia 5.50 5.50

Solomon Islands 5.50 5.50

Somalia 5.50 5.50

South Africa 5.50 5.50 6.50

Spain 2.00 2.00 6.50

Sri Lanka 5.50 5.50

St. Helena 5.50 5.50

St. Kitts 2.00

St. Lucia 2.00 2.00

St. Pierre/Miquelque 5.50 5.50

St. Vincent/Grenanad 2.00

Sudan 5.50 5.50

Suriname 4.00

Swaziland 5.50 5.50

Sweden 2.00 2.00 6.50

Switzerland 2.00 2.00 6.50

Syria 5.50 5.50

Taiwan 4.00 4.00 6.50

Tajikistan 5.50 5.50

Tanzania 5.50 5.50

Thailand 4.50 4.50

Togo 5.50 5.50

Tonga Islands 5.50 5.50

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service (cont’d)

5.6.3 Rates (cont’d)

From other countries

From the US To the US To other

countries

COUNTRY 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day 24 hrs/day

Trinidad/Tobago $2.50

Tunisia 5.50 5.50

Turkey 5.50 5.50 6.50

Turkmenistan 5.50 5.50

Turks & Caicos Is 2.00 2.00

Tuvalu 5.50 5.50

Uganda 5.50 5.50

Ukraine 5.50 5.50 6.50

United Arab Emirates 5.50 5.50

United Kingdom 2.00 2.00 6.50

Uruguay 3.50 3.50

Uzbekistan 5.50 5.50

Vanuatu 5.50 5.50

Vatican City 5.50 5.50 6.50

Venezuela 3.00 3.00

Vietnam 3.50 3.50

Wallis/Futuna Isl 5.50 5.50

Western Samoa 5.50 5.50

Yemen 5.50 5.50

Yugoslavia 5.50 5.50

Zaire 5.50 5.50

Zambia 5.50 5.50

Zimbabwe 5.50 5.50

 

 

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.6 International Calling Card Service

 

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.8 Inmarsat Service - There are four types of Inmarsat, calls: Inmarsat Type A, B, M and Aeronautical Services. The four types of calls are to the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Ocean Inmarsat locations which are described below. Volume discounts are not applicable for calls to Inmarsat locations. These rates apply to all hours and days. All Inmarsat Service is calculated on a 60-second minimum duration basis, with additional 60-second increments. All calling card surcharges and directory assistance charges apply.

(a) Inmarsat Standard A Service: For analog-based calls made to mobile terminals using the dialing pattern of: International Access Code (011) + Ocean Region Code (three-digits) + Standard A terminal number (seven-digits, beginning with, and including the digit "1", "8", or "9").

(b) Inmarsat Standard B Service: For digital-based calls made to mobile terminals using the dialing pattern of: International Access Code (011) + Ocean Region Code (three-digits) + Standard B terminal number (nine-digits, beginning with, and including the digit "3").

(c) Inmarsat Standard M Service: For digital-based calls made to mobile terminals using the dialing pattern of : International Access Code (011) + Ocean Region Code (three-digits) + Standard M terminal number (nine-digits, beginning with, and including the digit "6").

(d) Inmarsat Aeronautical Service: For digital-based calls made to aeronautical terminals using the dialing pattern of: International Access Code (011) + Ocean Region Code (three-digits) + Standard B terminal number (nine-digits, beginning with, and including the digit "5").

(e) Rates for calls terminating to the following locations.

Location Per min.- Direct Dial Calling Card

Standard A/Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Loc $8.00 $12.50

Standard B/Atlantic and Pacific Ocean 4.25 6.50

Standard B/ Indian Ocean 4.25 6.50

Standard M/Atlantic and Pacific Ocean 4.25 6.50

Standard M/Indian Ocean 4.25 6.50

Aeronautical 8.00 12.50

5. International Message Telecommunications Service (cont’d)

5.9 Directory Assistance

5.9.1 International Directory Assistance is available to Customers of Company’s international switched services. The charge applies to each call regardless of whether the Directory Assistance Bureau is able to furnish the requested telephone number.

5.9.2 A credit allowance for a Directory Assistance call will be provided if the Customer experiences poor transmission quality, receives an incorrect telephone number, or inadvertently misdials the intended Directory Assistance number.

5.9.3 The applicability of usage volume discounts toward directory assistance charges is addressed within each individual service section.

5.9.4 Usage Charges

Per call charges for International Directory Assistance will be $6.95 per call.

6. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

6.1 Notice. Written notice to Customer is sent to Customer’s last known address in Company’s invoicing records. Notice shall be deemed given 3 days after postmarked.

6.2 Waiver of Trial by Jury. Customer and Company waive their respective rights to a trial by jury of any and all claims or causes of action (including counterclaims) related to or arising out of these Terms and Conditions brought by either party against the other. Any claim or cause of action will be tried by a court trial without a jury. The waiver applies to these Terms and Conditions as amended or modified.

6.3 Choice of Law; Jurisdiction. These Terms and Conditions are covered by and construed under the laws of the State of Illinois without regard to choice of law principles.

6.4 Waiver of Class Actions. All claims between Customer and Company related to these Terms and Conditions will be litigated individually and Customer may not consolidate or seek class treatment for any claim, unless previously agreed to in writing by Customer and Company. This waiver applies to these Terms and Conditions as amended or modified, and survives termination of service under these Terms and Conditions.

6.5 Severability. If any part of these Terms and Conditions is held invalid or unenforceable, the rest of these Terms and Conditions shall remain in full force and effect unless Company’s obligations hereunder are materially impaired.

6.6 Waiver. If either Customer or Company does not enforce any right or remedy available under these Terms and Conditions, that failure is not a waiver of the right or remedy for any other breach or failure by the other party. Company’s waiver of any requirement in any one instance is not a general waiver of that requirement and does not amend these Terms and Conditions.

6.7 Headings. Section headings are for descriptive purposes only and are not used to interpret these Terms and Conditions.

6.8 Entire Terms and Conditions. These Terms and Conditions (including any referenced documents and attachments) make up the entire terms and conditions between Customer and Company and replace all prior written or spoken terms and conditions, representations, promises or understandings between Customer and Company.