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Control Number : 42403
Item Number : 148
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AT&T Texas
June 19, 2015
2015 JUN 19 PM 2, 16
TABLE OF CONTENT$,,_
PUC DOCKET NO. 42403
SOAH DOCKET NO. 473-14-3984
COMPLAINT OF CITY OF HOUSTON
AGAINST SOUTHWESTERN BELL
TELEPHONE COMPANY d/b/a AT&T
TEXAS
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PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION
OF TEXAS
AT&T TEXAS'
DIRECT TESTIMONY OF TONYA JONES
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AT&T Texas' Direct Testimony of Tonya Jones ............................................................3
ADDENDA:
Exhibit 1:
AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 1 ...........................21
Exhibit 2:
AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 3 ............... ............23
Exhibit 3:
AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 4 ............... ............24
Exhibit 4:
OVALS database screenshot ......................... ........................... ............26
Exhibit 5:
July 5, 2005 bill .......................................................................... ............27
Exhibit 6:
AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 9 ............... ............61
Exhibit 7:
AT&T's General Exchange Tariff, Section 49 ........................................64
Exhibit 8:
S02 Report ............................................................................................73
H42403 NC RFP 1-22-13586 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-13587 ...........73
H42403 NC RFP 1-22-14753 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-14754 ...........75
Exhibit 9:
S02 Report ............................................................................................77
H42403 NC RFP 1-22-18283 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-18284 ...........77
H42403 NC RFP 1-22-19471 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-19472 ...........79
Exhibit 10: March 5, 2005 bill ....................................................................... ...........81
Exhibit 11: BOSS notes (Confidential Provided Under Seal) .................... .........109
Exhibit 12: AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 6 ................ .........110
Exhibit 13: BOSS notes (Confidential Provided Under Seal) .................... .........112
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT'D)
PUC DOCKET NO. 42403
SOAH DOCKET NO. 473-14-3984
Exhibit 14: June 5, 2005 bill ..................................................................................113
Exhibit 15: Copy of "Important Notice" ..................................................................139
Exhibit 16: April 5, 2006 bill ...................................................................................140
Exhibit 17: email ....................................................................................................164
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AT&T TEXAS'
DIRECT TESTIMONY OF TONYA JONES
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0.
PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME.
2
A.
Tonya Jones.
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0.
ARE YOU CURRENTLY EMPLOYED?
4
A.
Yes.
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6
Q.
PLEASE STATE THE NAME OF YOUR EMPLOYER, YOUR CURRENT JOB
TITLE, AND YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS.
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A.
I am employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Texas
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(AT&T) as a Communications Consultant in the Customer Care Ordering
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Department. My office is located at 6500 West Loop S, Bellaire, Texas 74001.
10
Q.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN EMPLOYED WITH AT&T?
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A.
23 years.
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Q.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU HELD YOUR CURRENT POSITION?
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A.
Approximately 4 years.
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0.
AND
ROLES
ARE
WHAT
YOUR
COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANT?
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A.
I handle multiple AT&T customer accounts, including the City of Houston's
RESPONSIBILITIES
AS
A
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("Houston") accounts. My job duties include but are not limited to being the first
18
point of contact for my assigned customers' communication needs. On any given
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day, I can place orders at a customer's request, process their change orders, and
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answer questions they may have related to their accounts.
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DIRECT TESTIMONY
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Q.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU WORKED ON BUSINESS CUSTOMER ACCOUNTS?
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A.
Since approximately 1997 when I started working as a Service Representative.
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4
Q.
ARE YOU AWARE THAT THE CITY OF HOUSTON FILED A COMPLAINT
AGAINST AT&T, WHICH IS THE SUBJECT OF THIS PROCEEDING?
5
A.
Yes, I am familiar with the issues raised by Houston in its complaint filed in PUC
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Docket No. 42403.
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8
Q.
AND HAVE YOU HAD A CHANCE TO REVIEW THE DIRECT TESTIMONY OF
MARK WILDER?
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A.
Yes.
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Q.
WHAT IS YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE CITY OF HOUSTON'S
ALLEGATIONS IN THIS PROCEEDING?
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A.
It is my understanding that Houston is alleging that AT&T: 1) failed to provide, in
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whole or in part, discounted rates available under Section 49 of AT&T's General
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Exchange Tariff and Contract C52034 for certain MegaLink circuits; 2) improperly
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assessed Interoffice Channel Mileage on specified circuits; and 3) improperly
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assessed speed calling charges on specified circuits.
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Q.
ARE YOU AWARE THAT SOME OF THE ISSUES RAISED BY HOUSTON'S
COMPLAINT HAVE BEEN RESOLVED?
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A.
Yes.
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Q.
WHICH OF HOUSTON'S CLAIMS REMAIN IN DISPUTE?
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A.
It is my understanding that the only issue that remains in dispute is Issue 1 D.
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2
Q.
WITH RESPECT TO ISSUE 1D, WHAT IS YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF
HOUSTON'S CLAIM?
3
A.
It is my understanding that Houston is claiming that AT&T discounted two rate
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elements: the Local Distribution Channel (identified by USOC 1 LDPJ) and the
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Clear Capability Channel (identified by USOC CLR) in March 2001 on MegaLink
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III circuit 26.DHDA.002758 but did not discount a third rate element: the
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Interoffice Channel Mileage (identified by USOC 3LBND) and that the failure to
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provide a discount on that third rate element resulted in overbilling.
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Q.
WHAT IS AT&T'S MEGALINK III SERVICE?
10
A.
MegaLink III is simply AT&T's product name for one of our high capacity data
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services. In general, per AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, the service provides
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for the simultaneous two-way transmission of a digital signal at a terminating bit
13
rate of 1.544 megabits per second and is available in several types of point-to-
14
point configurations. I am attaching a true and correct copy of AT&T's Digital
15
Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 1 (original version and Revision 1) as
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Exhibit 1.
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Q.
WHAT IS THE RATE CONFIGURATION FOR MEGALINK III SERVICE?
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A.
Per AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, the four basic rate elements that may
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apply include local distribution channel, interoffice channel mileage, additional
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service features, and surcharges. I am attaching a true and correct copy of
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Section 4, Sheet 3 (Revision 2) of AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff as Exhibit 2.
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. (JONES)
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2
Q.
ARE ANY OF THE "ADDITIONAL SERVICE FEATURES" AT&T OFFERS
RELEVANT TO THIS PROCEEDING?
3
A.
Yes, AT&T offers a Clear Channel Capability feature as an optional feature to
4
MegaLink III service.
Clear Channel Capability is a rate element that is
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mentioned in Houston's complaint and was ordered by Houston for many of its
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MegaLink III circuits. I am attaching a true and correct copy of AT&T's Digital
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Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 4 (Revisions 1 - 2) as Exhibit 3.
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9
Q.
HAVE YOU HAD A CHANCE TO REVIEW ISSUE 1 D TO DETERMINE
WHETHER AN OVERBILLING OCCURRED AS HOUSTON ALLEGES?
10
A.
Yes.
11
Q.
WHAT DID YOU DETERMINE?
12
A.
AT&T did not overbill Houston for the Interoffice Channel Mileage component for
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MegaLink III circuit 26.DHDA.002758.
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Q.
HOW DID YOU REACH THAT DETERMINATION?
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A.
I reached that determination by reviewing the service provided and the billing
16
method associated with the service.
17
Q.
WHAT BILLING METHOD WAS APPLIED TO CIRCUIT 26.DHDA.002758?
18
A.
The "26" at the beginning of the circuit number signaled to me that this is a circuit
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that was subject to Border Interconnection Percentage (BIP) mileage or
20
otherwise referred to as meet point billing.
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2
3
Q.
OKAY, BEFORE YOU GO ON I WANT TO ASK YOU A FEW FOLLOW UP
QUESTIONS ON WHAT YOU JUST STATED. WHAT IS BIP OR MEET POINT
BILLING?
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A.
In general, BIP is used when there is more than one service provider operating a
5
particular facility to determine the percentage of revenues each provider is
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entitled to for the provision of the service. More specifically, BIP is a calculation
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used to determine the mileage owned by AT&T and another local exchange
8
carrier using V&H coordinates and provides a point to point mileage route. The
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BIP reflects measurements, based upon airline miles, between the point where
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AT&T's facilities meet another local exchange carrier's facilities either as the end
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office or as a pass through. A percentage of the measured mileage is owned by
12
each local exchange carrier on the physical route of a particular circuit.
13
Q.
CAN YOU GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE?
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A.
Yes. Let me give you the simplest example. If a customer has a circuit serving
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its premises located in one of AT&T's service areas and would like to connect
16
that service to another one of their premises located outside of AT&T's service
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area (meaning AT&T does not provide service in that area requiring AT&T to
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engage the local exchange carrier in that service area), then that circuit would be
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subject to meet point billing. This means that because one of the two premises is
20
located outside of AT&T's service area, AT&T would be responsible for and
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entitled to revenue on its percentage of the mileage for the circuit from the
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customer's premises located in AT&T's service area up through the point where
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AT&T's service area meets (or borders) the other local exchange carrier's service
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area. Similarly, the other local exchange carrier would be responsible for and
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entitled to revenue (or compensation) on its percentage of mileage from that
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meeting point through the customer's premises in its service area.
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4
Q.
DID YOU INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THAT CIRCUIT 26.DHDA.002758 WAS
SUBJECT TO MEET POINT BILLING?
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A.
Yes, I did.
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Q.
HOW DID YOU MAKE THAT DETERMINATION?
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A.
I looked up the circuit in the SBC OVALS Address Validation database, which is
8
one of the databases I access when I am trying to identify the local exchange
9
carrier for a specific address for a circuit.
Based on the OVALS database, I
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verified that the terminating address of 3915 Rustic Woods, Kingwood, Texas
11
77339, which was provided by Houston, is outside of AT&T's service area. The
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local exchange carrier currently serving that location is Central Tel. Co. of Texas.
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The other terminating address is 3300 Main Street, Houston, Texas 77002, which
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is located in AT&T's service area. I am attaching a true and correct copy of the
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screenshot of the address and local exchange carrier information provided by the
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OVALS database as Exhibit 4.
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Q.
WHAT DOES OVALS STAND FOR?
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A.
OVALS is the acronym for One-View Address and Location System. It is an
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internal AT&T system which verifies addresses and provides the name of the
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local exchange carrier.
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2
Q.
WHEN A CIRCUIT IS SUBJECT TO MEET POINT BILLING, HOW IS THE
BILLING FOR THAT CIRCUIT HANDLED?
3
A.
There are three billing methods. For purposes of this proceeding, only two of
4
these methods are relevant. One method is for the service provider, AT&T in this
5
instance, to send a single bill with a rate based on a single tariff to the customer
6
that includes the charge for the service, including mileage, on behalf of both local
7
exchange carriers.
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the applicable tariff, bill the customer, collect that payment, and remit a
9
negotiated percentage of the mileage charge to the other local exchange carrier,
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and AT&T would keep the remaining portion. The other method is the multiple
11
bill, multiple tariff method which, using the same example, simply means that the
12
customer would, instead of receiving one bill, would receive two bills-one from
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AT&T for its portion of the mileage charge based on AT&T's tariff and one from
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the other local exchange carrier for its portion of the mileage charge based on its
15
own tariff.
For example, AT&T would calculate the mileage based on
16
Q.
HOW WAS HOUSTON BILLED FOR THIS CIRCUIT?
17
A.
Houston was being billed using the single bill, single tariff billing method up until
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March 2006, when the billing method changed to multiple bill, multiple tariff
19
method effective January 1, 2006.
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under the single bill, single tariff billing method from at least October 2000
21
through December 2005.
That means AT&T was effectively billing
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2
3
4
Q.
A.
OKAY, WITH THAT ADDITIONAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION, EXPLAIN
HOW YOU DETERMINED THAT AT&T DID NOT OVERBILL HOUSTON FOR
CIRCUIT 26.DHDA.002758?
Because the single bill, single tariff billing method was used from October 2000
5
through December 2005, this circuit had some unique order issuing and billing
6
requirements. In this case, the "single tariff" used to determine the applicable
7
rate was AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, and the other local exchange carrier
8
would have agreed to receive compensation for its portion of the service based
9
on rates derived from that tariff for this circuit.
10
11
Q.
WHY IS THE BILLING METHOD IMPORTANT TO CONSIDER IN THIS
PROCEEDING?
12
A.
Because if AT&T were required to provide Houston the refund it is requesting for
13
circuit 26.DHDA.002758, it would not be appropriate or just to hold AT&T
14
accountable for charges assessed by the other local exchange carrier during the
15
October 2000 through December 2005 time period at which time the single bill,
16
single tariff billing method was being used.
17
refund of the difference of the monthly rate billed between October 2000 and
18
December 2005 and the $60.00 discounted rate, the $60.00 rate would not be
19
enough to cover the other local exchange carrier's compensation and AT&T
20
would be losing money each month.
If AT&T had to provide Houston a
21
22
Q.
CAN YOU GIVE US AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT SO
THAT WE CAN BETTER UNDERSTAND?
23
A.
Yes. If you look at Houston's July 5, 2005 bill for account 713 222-1952 you will
24
see that there was some rate changes occurring on this circuit. For purposes of
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my example, I will use the lower $386.00 rate for the 24 miles on the Interoffice
2
Channel
3
February 17, 2005.
4
consistent with the 5-year term tariff rate under Section 4.5.8 of AT&T's Digital
5
Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 9 (Revisions 1 - 3).
6
calculation is as follows: $14.00 (per mile) multiplied by 24 miles plus $50.00
7
(fixed rate) equals $386.00.
8
carrier was entitled to at least $154.00, which I calculated by multiplying $14.00
9
(per mile) by 11 miles (representing the other local exchange carrier's mileage),
10
plus a percentage of the $50.00 fixed rate that was also billed. As you can see, if
11
AT&T was required to provide Houston the refund it is requesting and the $60.00
12
discounted rate was retroactively applied, the $60.00 discounted rate would not
13
even be enough to cover the $154.00 that, at a minimum, was previously paid to
14
the other local exchange carrier. That would mean AT&T would be losing money
15
and effectively paying the other local exchange carrier for the provision of service
16
on Houston's circuit. I am attaching a true and correct copy of the July 5, 2005
17
bill and those tariff sheets, hereto as Exhibit 5 and Exhibit 6, respectively.
Mileage component for circuit 26.DHDA.002758 made effective
Let me start off by saying that the $386.00 rate was
Specifically, the
Of that $386.00 rate, the other local exchange
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20
Q.
HOW DO YOU RESPOND TO MARK WILDER'S TESTIMONY THAT SECTION
49 OF AT&T'S GENERAL EXCHANGE TARIFF DOES NOT EXCLUDE
CIRCUITS SUBJECT TO MEET POINT BILLING?
21
A.
Section 49 of AT&T's General Exchange Tariff does not address exceptions or
22
exclusions; it only addresses services and the applicable pricing. In this case,
23
although circuit 26.DHDA.002758 is a MegaLink III circuit, because the
24
termination of the circuit was outside of AT&T's service area, AT&T was required
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to negotiate the mileage charges with the other local exchange carrier.
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point billing is not included in Section 49 of AT&T's General Exchange Tariff
3
because it has unique order issuing and billing requirements. A true and correct
4
copy of AT&T's General Exchange Tariff is attached hereto as Exhibit 7.
Meet
5
6
7
8
Q.
HOW DO YOU RESPOND TO MARK WILDER'S TESTIMONY THAT THE
LOCAL DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL AND THE CLEAR CHANNEL CAPABILITY
COMPONENTS WERE DISCOUNTED UNDER SECTION 49 OF AT&T'S
GENERAL EXCHANGE TARIFF?
9
A.
Based on my review of the April 5, 2001 bill for account 713 222-1952, I
10
confirmed that AT&T applied the rates available under Section 49 of AT&T's
11
General Exchange Tariff for the Local Distribution Channel (at $145.00 per
12
component) and the Clear Capability Channel (at $5.00 per component)
13
components for circuit 26.DHDA.002758 effective October 17, 2000.
14
because circuit 26.DHDA.002758 was subject to meet point billing and not
15
included in Contract C52034, the discounted rates to those service components
16
did not apply and were provided in error.
But
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18
Q.
WHEN WAS THE DISCOUNTED RATE FOR THE LOCAL DISTRIBUTION
CHANNEL COMPONENT CHANGED OR REMOVED?
19
A.
The discount was removed within 3 months after the re-rating was initiated for
20
that circuit. The S02 Reports provided by Houston show that the $145.00 rate for
21
each of the two Local Distribution Channel components was changed to a
22
$110.00 rate, which is not consistent with the rate for that component under
23
Section 49 of AT&T's General Exchange Tariff. The $110.00 rate was consistent
24
with the 5-year term tariff rate under Section 4.5.7 of AT&T's Digital Link Service
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Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 9 (Revisions 1 - 3).
2
sometime in June or July 2001. I am attaching a true and correct copy of S02
3
Reports bates labeled H42403 NC RFP 1-22-13586 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-
4
13587 and H42403 NC RFP 1-22-14753 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-14754 hereto
5
as Exhibit 8, which shows the rate change. See also Exhibit 6.
This rate change took place
6
7
Q.
WHEN WAS THE DISCOUNTED RATE FOR THE CLEAR CHANNEL
CAPABILITY COMPONENT CHANGED OR REMOVED?
8
A.
The S02 Reports provided by Houston show that the $20.00 charge and the
9
$15.00 credit, resulting in the $5.00 rate for each of the two Clear Channel
10
Capability components, were removed within 7 months after the re-rating was
11
initiated for that circuit. I am attaching a true and correct copy of S02 Reports
12
bates labeled H42403 NC RFP 1-22-18283 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-18284 and
13
H42403 NC RFP 1-22-19471 - H42403 NC RFP 1-22-19472 hereto as Exhibit 9,
14
which shows that the charges/credits no longer appear on Houston's S02 Report
15
for the bill period November 5, 2001.
16
17
Q.
WHAT OTHER RATE CHANGES, IF ANY, WERE APPLIED TO CIRCUIT
26.DHDA.002758?
18
A.
The next change that I found occurred in early 2005. Based on a review of the
19
March 5, 2005 bill for account 713 222-1952, an order was issued to correct the
20
mileage from 22 miles to 24 miles for the Interoffice Channel Mileage for circuit
21
26.DHDA.002758. Specifically, the bill shows that AT&T removed the $710.00
22
monthly rate for 22 miles on the Interoffice Channel Mileage component for
23
circuit 26.DHDA.002758 on February 15, 2005. At the same time, the bill shows
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that AT&T added an $872.00 monthly rate for 24 miles on the Interoffice Channel
2
Mileage component for circuit 26.DHDA.002758 on February 15, 2005. I am
3
attaching a true and correct copy of the March 5, 2005 bill hereto as Exhibit 10.
4
5
Q.
WHAT OTHER OBSERVATIONS, IF ANY, DID YOU MAKE FROM THE
MARCH 5, 2005 BILL?
6
A.
On February 23, 2005, AT&T applied an adjustment in the amount of $15,271.20
7
to Houston's account 713 222-1952 (on consolidated billing account 713 A13-
8
2501) for the difference between the applied rate of $710.00 and a $386.00
9
monthly rate for the Interoffice Channel Mileage component for circuit
10
26.DHDA.002758. I am attaching a true and correct copy of the BOSS notes
11
showing the $15,271.20 adjustment hereto as CONFIDENTIAL Exhibit 11.
12
Q.
WHAT IS THE BASIS FOR THE $710.00 RATE?
13
A.
Based on my calculations, that rate was consistent with the month-to-month rate
14
under Section 4.2 of AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 6
15
(Revision 3).
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multiplied by 22 miles plus $160.00 (fixed rate) equals $710.00. I am attaching a
17
true and correct copy of that tariff sheet hereto as Exhibit 12.
Specifically, the calculation is as follows:
$25.00 (per mile)
18
Q.
WHAT IS THE BASIS FOR THE $386.00 RATE?
19
A.
As stated previously in my testimony, based on my calculations, that rate was
20
consistent with the 5-year term tariff rate under Section 4.5.8 of AT&T's Digital
21
Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 9 (Revisions 1 - 3).
Specifically, the
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calculation is as follows: $14.00 (per mile) multiplied by 24 miles plus $50.00
2
(fixed rate) equals $386.00. See Exhibit 6.
3
4
Q.
WHAT CONCLUSIONS HAVE YOU DRAWN, IF ANY, BASED ON THE
$15,271.20 ADJUSTMENT?
5
A.
Based on the BOSS notes ( CONFIDENTIAL Exhibit 11), AT&T was providing an
6
adjustment for the difference between the month-to-month tariff rate and the 5-
7
year tariff term rate.
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10
11
Q.
YOU JUST TESTIFIED THAT AT&T CORRECTED THE INTEROFFICE
CHANNEL MILEAGE FROM $710.00 TO $872.00 BUT NOW I HEAR YOU
SAYING THAT AT&T WAS PROVIDING AN ADJUSTMENT BASED ON A
$386.00 RATE. WHY DIDN'T AT&T CORRECT THE RATE TO $386.00?
12
A.
It was corrected effective February 17, 2005. That change appears on Houston's
13
July 5, 2005 bill for account 713 222-1952. See Exhibit 5.
14
15
Q.
WHAT OTHER ADJUSTMENTS WERE APPLIED, IF ANY, DURING THAT
TIME PERIOD?
16
A.
AT&T provided an adjustment to satisfy in the amount of $5,588.01 to account
17
713 222-1952 ( on consolidated billing account 713 A13-2501) on June 2, 2005
18
for the billing on the Interoffice Channel Mileage component for circuit
19
26.DHDA.002758. I am attaching a true and correct copy of the BOSS notes for
20
the $5,588.01 adjustment and the June 5, 2005 bill for account 713 222-1952,
21
which includes the $5,588.01 adjustment as part of a larger adjustment in the
22
amount of $5,591.79, hereto as CONFIDENTIAL Exhibit 13 and Exhibit 14,
23
respectively.
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Q.
BOSS NOTES (CONFIDENTIAL EXHIBIT 13)?
2
3
WHAT OTHER OBSERVATIONS DID YOU MAKE AFTER REVIEWING THE
A.
It is apparent that, since at least June 2005, AT&T's position has been that circuit
4
26.DHDA.002758 was not included in Contract C52034. This has been AT&T's
5
position for at least 10 years.
6
under Contract C52034 because it was subject to meet point billing.
7
that AT&T provided Houston with an adjustment to satisfy in June 2005 is not an
8
indication that a discount was due on this circuit. It was merely an adjustment
9
given to satisfy our customer. Houston is not entitled to any further adjustments
10
The circuit was not eligible for discount pricing
The fact
for this circuit.
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13
Q.
LET'S NOW TURN BACK TO THE $386.00 RATE. WHAT OBSERVATIONS
DID YOU MAKE FROM HOUSTON'S JULY 5, 2005 BILL FOR ACCOUNT 713
222-1952?
14
A.
Based on a review of that bill, AT&T changed the rate for the Interoffice Channel
15
Mileage to $386.00. Specifically, the bill shows that AT&T removed the $872.00
16
monthly rate effective February 17, 2005, and at the same time, AT&T added a
17
$386.00 monthly rate for 24 miles on the Interoffice Channel Mileage component
18
for circuit 26.DHDA.002758 effective February 17, 2005. See Exhibit 5.
19
20
Q.
AND IS IT YOUR TESTIMONY THAT THE $386.00 WAS THE 5-YEAR TERM
RATE UNDER AT&T'S DIGITAL LINK SERVICE TARRIF?
21
A.
Yes.
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Q.
WAS $386.00 THE CORRECT RATE DURING THAT TIME FRAME?
2
A.
It is the correct rate for a circuit with 24 miles on a 5-year term under Section
3
4.5.8 of AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 9 (Revisions 1 - 3);
4
therefore, yes, because this circuit was not eligible for 5-year term pricing under
5
Section 49 of AT&T's General Exchange Tariff for the reasons explained earlier.
6
7
Q.
DO YOU RECALL SIGNING AN AFFIDAVIT THAT IDENTIFIED THE $386.00
RATE AS THE "MEET POINT RATE"?
8
A.
Yes.
9
10
Q.
TODAY, DO YOU STILL UNDERSTAND THE $386.00 TO BE THE MEET
POINT RATE?
11
A.
Yes, based on the single bill, single tariff-that being AT&T's Digital Link Service
12
Tariff-billing method.
13
14
15
16
Q.
IN THAT SAME AFFIDAVIT, YOU HAD INDICATED THAT, AT THAT TIME,
YOU BELIEVED THAT THE $386.00 RATE INCLUDED A $60 CHARGE ON
BEHALF OF AT&T AND $326.00 FOR THE OTHER LOCAL EXCHANGE
CARRIER. IS THAT STILL YOUR UNDERSTANDING?
17
A
No, I have since determined that this circuit was subject to the single bill, single
18
tariff billing method. Based on that fact, applying Section 4.5.8 of AT&T's Digital
19
Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 9 ( Revisions 1 - 3), I calculated the
20
Interoffice Channel Mileage component for a circuit with 24 miles under a 5-year
21
term tariff rate and came up with a $386.00 rate. Therefore, I am no longer of the
22
opinion that the $386.00 monthly rate included a monthly charge of $60.00 for
23
the Interoffice Channel Mileage owned by AT&T and that the other $326.00
17
DIRECT TESTIMONY
(JONES)
1
monthly charge was owned by the other local exchange carrier as I stated in my
2
affidavit.
3
4
Q.
DID THE BILLING METHOD FOR CIRCUIT 26.DHDA.002758 CHANGE IN
2006?
5
A.
Yes.
6
0.
PLEASE EXPLAIN.
7
A.
In November 2005, AT&T sent a notice dated November 18, 2005, titled
8
"IMPORTANT NOTICE" to certain customers, which would have included
9
Houston, regarding a billing change for IntraLATA private line service that was
10
jointly provided between AT&T and either United Telephone Company of Texas,
11
Inc. d/b/a Sprint or Central Telephone Company of Texas, Inc. d/b/a Sprint. In
12
general, the notice informed those customers that the method of billing would
13
change from the single bill method to the multiple bill method.
14
specified, among other things, that for customers not currently under a contract,
15
the change would be effective January 1, 2006. I am attaching a true and correct
16
copy of the "IMPORTANT NOTICE" hereto as Exhibit 15.
The notice
17
Q.
WAS THIS CIRCUIT UNDER CONTRACT ON NOVEMBER 18, 2005?
18
A.
No.
19
0.
PLEASE EXPLAIN.
20
A.
According to Houston's Exhibit K, there is a reference to a 60-month term
21
agreement beginning on November 6, 2000.
22
agreement would have expired on November 5, 2005.
Based on that date, the term
18
DIRECT TESTIMONY
(JONES)
1
Q.
WAS THE "TERM AGREEMENT" PART OF CONTRACT C52034?
2
A.
No, as mentioned before, circuit 26.DHDA.002758 was not part Contract
3
C52034. Instead, as stated previously, it was under a 5-year term agreement
4
under AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff.
5
6
Q.
HOW DID THE CHANGE IN THE BILLING METHOD AFFECT THE RATES
AT&T CHARGED FOR THE CIRCUIT IF AT ALL?
7
A.
Because Houston's 5-year term agreement expired in November 2005, the rate
8
for each component of service reverted to month-to-month tariff rates effective
9
January 2, 2006.
The rate changes are shown on the April 5, 2006 bill for
10
account 713 222-1952. AT&T's billing for its portion of the service included a
11
charge of $529.00 for 13 miles and another charge for one Local Distribution
12
Channel. It also appears that Houston again added the Clear Channel Capability
13
as an optional feature; therefore, AT&T charged Houston for one of those, as
14
well. And based on my calculations, the $529.00 rate for the Interoffice Channel
15
Mileage component was consistent with the month-to-month rates under
16
Section 4.2 of AT&T's Digital Link Service Tariff, Section 4, Sheet 6 (Revision 4).
17
Speciftally, the calculation is as follows: $28.00 (per mile) multiplied-by 13 miles
18
plus $165.00 (fixed rate) equals $529.00. I am attaching a true and correct copy
19
of the April 5, 2006 bill hereto as Exhibit 16. See also Exhibit 12.
20
21
Q.
WAS IT APPROPRIATE TO CHARGE HOUSTON MONTH-TO-MONTH RATES
BEGINNING JANUARY 2006 AS OPPOSED TO ANY DISCOUNTED RATE?
22
A.
Yes.
19
DIRECT TESTIMONY
(JONES)
1
Q.
PLEASE EXPLAIN.
2
A.
Based on my review of the file, I do not see that Houston requested a renewal
3
under any term agreement. I have an email that was sent to a Houston
4
employee alerting the employee of the change to month-to-month rates and
5
inquiring about renewal. However, I did not find a purchase order number from
6
Houston making a request that the term agreement be renewed. Therefore,
7
those month-to-month rates are appropriate and correct. I am attaching a true
8
and correct copy of the email as Exhibit 17.
9
10
Q.
PLEASE
SUMMARIZE
26.DHDA.002758.
11
A.
AT&T did not overbill Houston for the Interoffice Channel Mileage component for
YOUR TESTIMONY REGARDING CIRCUIT
12
MegaLink III circuit 26.DHDA.002758. During the time the circuit was subject to
13
the single bill, single tariff billing method, the circuit was not eligible for discount
14
pricing under Section 49 of AT&T's General Exchange Tariff due to the unique
15
order issuing and billing requirements. And after the billing method was changed
16
to the multiple bill, multiple tariff billing method, Houston did not renew the circuit
17
under a term agreement; therefore, AT&T appropriately charged Houston month-
18
to-month rates beginning in January 2006.
19
Q.
DOES THIS CONCLUDE YOUR TESTIMONY?
20
A.
Yes, but I reserve the right to supplement or amend my testimony as necessary.
20
President - Texas
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Dallas, Texas
February 23, 2001
Issued:
March 30, 2001
Effective:
DIGITAL LINK SERVICE TARIFF
Section: 4
Sheet: 1
Revision: 1
Replacing: Original
MBGALINIC III - WIDEBAND DIGITAL SERVICE 1.544 MBPS
1.
General
MegaLink III Service provides for the simultaneous two-way transmission
of a serial, bipolar, return-to-zero, isochronous digital signal at a
terminating bit rate of 1.544 megabits per second (Mbps). The service is
available in a point-to-point configuration between:
- Two customer-designated premises
- A customer-designated premise and a SWBT serving office where
multiplexing, hubbing or cross-connection functions are
performed
-
Two SWET Plexar locations or customer-designated premise and
SWBT Plexar location
-
A customer-designated premise and SWBT Network Reconfiguration
(C)
Service (NRS)hub.
2.
2.1
(C)
Regulations
The regulations and rates specified herein are in addition to the
applicable regulations found in other sections of this tariff.
The services provided for MegaLink III are primarily designed to meet
the private line communications requirements of business customers,
i.e., non-interexchange carriers, and the regulations herein reflect
reasonable support on the part of SWBT in assisting the customer in
the ordering and provisioning of private
line
services.
This
assistance includes, but is not limited to, advice as to which private
line service best meets the customer's requirements, taking into
consideration the customer's present and future communications needs.
In addition, SWBT will continue to assist and advise the customer and
cooperatively respond to the requirements of the customer until such
time as the private line service is discontinued.
The aforementioned
level of assistance is considered to be part of the private line
service offering and will be provided at no additional charge.
As an alternative to service provided in the Digital Link Service
Tariff,
customers
also have the option to purchase some similar
services from Section 7 of SPJBT's intrastate Access Service Tariff.
However, SWBT does not assist nor support customers in the ordering of
or provisioning of intrastate access services beyond the requirements
contained in the Access Service Tariff.
(M)
1.
n
MAR 3 0'01 ooou
(M)
23731
EXHIBIT
. CONTROL #
I
1
21
President - Texas Division
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Dallas, Taxes
Issuadr
Effactivar
DIGITAL LINK SERVICE TARIFF
Sections
4
Shoots
1
Revisions
Original
Raplacinps
I1EGALIIR III - NIDEDAND DIGITAL SERVICE 1.344 !lDPS
1.
Aansra^
MapsLink III - Widoband Digital Sarvica/1.544 Mbps, hereinafter referred
to as MogaLink III services, is an intralATA dedicated high capacity
channel used for simultaneous two-way transmission of serial, bipolar,
return-to-zaro isochronous digital signals at a transmission speed of
1.944 megabits per second (sbps).
The channel design, Performance and
maintenance objectives are specified in SWDT"s Technical Publication
TP-76625.
This service is available to customers in those IATAs served by and
within the service territories of SWDT only. Ma9aLink III is offered to
customers for their administrative use. Ma9sLink III is not offered for
resale.
2.
2.1
Regulations
The regulations and rot" specified herein are in addition to the
applicable ragWations found in other sections of this tariff.
The services; provided for Mapslink III are Primarily dasi9nad to moot
tht private lino communications requirements of business customers,
i.e., non-intaroxchanoo carriers, and that regulations herein reflect
reasonable support on ths part of SWDT in assisting the customer in the
ordering and provisioning of privet* line services.
This assistance
includes, but is not limited to, advice as to which private line
service
bast
meets
the
customer's,
roquirasonts,
taking
into
consideration the customer's present and future communications needs.
In addition, SNIT will continuo to assist and advise the customer and
cooperatively respond to the requirements of the customer until such
time as the privet* line service is discontinued.
This aforementioned
level of assistance, is considered- to be part of the private line,
service offering and will be provided at no additional charpo.
As an alternative to service provided in the Digital Link Service
Tariff, customers also have the option to purchase some similar
services from Section 7 of SNDT's Intrastate Access Service, Tariff.
However, SWDT does not assist nor support customers in the ordering of
or provisioning of intrastate access services beyond the requirements
contained in the Access Service Tariff.
2.2
Provision of Service
MoomLink III service is available only on a point-to-point intraLATA
basis.
MapaLink III service is furnished on a full-time basis (24 hours a day,
seven days per ---W ).
Ma9aLink III service can only be provided within the same LATA where,
existing digital facilities; and aquipmont permit.
Services between
serving wire centers must have digital service components (digital
connectivity) between all intermediate offices to have the ability to
providt the sarvico. Additional service features may be available only
at selected central offices as determined by SWDT.
Customer requests for Ma9mLink III service may require construction of
suitable service components.
The regulations, rates and charges:
applicable to special construction are found in Section 1, 4.8, of this
tariff. Service, availability will be nasotiatad locally.
Customer requests for special routing of MagaLink III service channels
are provided in accordance with Section 1 of this tariff.
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lJTIUTY COMMISSION OF TEXAS
APPROVED
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JAN 0 9 '92 DOcKEr
CONTROL #
10 7 8 4
TARIFF CLERK
22
President - Texas Division
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Dallas, Texas
Issued:
DIGITAL LINK SERVICE TARIFF
Section:
4
Sheet:
3
Revision:
Replacing:
Effective:
2
1
HEGALINR III - WIDEBAND DIGITAL SERVICB/1.544 $Bp8
3.
3.1
Rate Confiauration
Gonoral
There are
service:
-
3.2
four
basic rate elements
which may apply to MegaLink III
Local distribution channel
Interoffice channel mileage
Additional service features
Surcharge
Local Distribution Channel
The
local
distribution channel is the, channel between a customer's
premises and the SWBT serving wire center that normally provides service
to that customer's premises.
3.3
Interoffice Chanael Mileage
Interoffice channel mileage is defined as the component of the service
between two SWBT serving wire centers, between a serving wire center and
a SWBT-designated digital hub, or between digital or NRS hubs.
The
serving wire centers may be located in the same exchange area, as in a
multi-office
metropolitan exchange,
or may be located in different
exchange areas.
Interoffice channel mileage charges include a fixed charge, and a per
mile charge which is based on the vertical and horizontal (V-H) distance,
between serving wire centers, a serving wire center and a digital hub,
between digital or NRS hubs, or between exchanges, measured in whole
miles.
Fractional miles are rounded to the next whole mile.
V-H
coordinates for serving wire centers and designated digital and NRS hubs
can be found in the National Exchange Carrier Association, Inc. (NECA)
Wire Center Information Tariff.
3.4
Additional Service Features
(T)
(D)
I
(D)
3.4.1
Central Office Multiplexina
(T)
Central office multiplexing is an arrangement which converts a 1.544
mbpe channel to multiple channels suitable for use with voice grade or
subrate digital services.
Central office multiplexing is available
only in certain SWBT-designated multiplexing hub locations. Refer to
the NECA Wire Center Information Tariff for locations. Special routing
may be required in order to provide this service.
There are three
levels of central office multiplexing available:
PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF TEXqS
APPROVED
JUN Z 9 '94 DOCKET
I
EXHIBIT
- ^y - _
CONTROL #r 1^2^-,2
TARIFF CLERK
2
23
President - Texas
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Dallas, Texas
Issued:
September 27, 2002
Effective:
October 7, 2002
DIGITAL LINK SERVICE TARIFF
Section: 4
Sheet: 4
Revision: 2
Replacing: 1
MEGALINK III - WIDEBAND DIGITAL SERVICE 1.544 1488S
3.
Rate Configuration (cont'd
3.4 Additional Service Features (cont'd)
(T)
3.4.1 Central Office Multiplexing (cont,d)
A.
(T)
1.544 Mbps (DS1) to Voice
(T)
This arrangement provides for 24 channels for use with voice or
voice grade data services. Derived channels of the 1.544 Mbps
channel to the hub may also be used for MegaLink I Standard Digital
Service or Dataphone Digital Service.
Voice grade services may not
include services which terminate directly into the public switched
network.
B.
1.544 I4bps
( DSl) to 64 lm s(DSO)
(T)
An arrangement that converts a 1.544 Mbps channel to twenty-three
(23) 64 Kbps channels using digital time division multiplexing.
C.
64.0 Kbp•
( DSO) to Subrate
(T)
An arrangement that converts a 64 IOps channel to subspeeds of up
to twenty 2.4 Kbps, ten 4.8 Kbps or five 9.6 Kbps channels using
digital time division multiplexing.
This feature is available only
in conjunction with 1.544 Mbps (DS1) to 64 Xbps (DSO) multiplexing
as part of a cascading multiplex arrangement in the same
multiplexing hub location.
3.4.2
Clear Channel Capability (CCC)
(T)
Clear channel capability (CCC) is a feature that provides the
customer with an increase in usable bandwidth from 1.344 Mbps to
1.536 Mbps of an unconstrained data stream across the network.
CCC is provided on 1.544 Mbps service and provisioning of CCC in
our network requires the customer signal at the channel interface
to conform to bipolar with eight zero substitution (BBZS) line
code format as described in Bellcore Technical Advisory
TA-TSY-000342.
Customer equipment must be compatible with this
method of providing the unconstrained signal. Provision of this
feature may require special routing of the interoffice channel
mileage.
3.4.3
Extended Superframe Format (ESF)
(N)
Extended superframe format ( 8SF) is a non-chargeable option that
passes a customer-provided framing format for 1.544 Mbps service.
ESF extends the customer's 1.544 Mbps framing structure from 12 to
24 frames and divides the 8 Xbps 193rd bit position pattern into
three distinct functions: 2 Kbps for frame synchronization, 2 Kbps
for cyclic redundancy checking, and 4 Kbps for performance
monitoring.
(N)
PUBUC UTIUTY COMMISSION OF TEXAS
RECEIVED
SEP 2 7 '02
EXHIBIT
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CONTROLT
#1r2
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TARIFF cPOW
3
24
President - Texas Division
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Dallas, Texas
issued:
Effective:
DIGITAL LINK SERVICE TARIFF
Section:
4
Sheet:
4
Revision:
1
Replacing:
Original
SSQALINIC III - i/ID38AND DIGITAL Ssav=Ca/1.544 USBS
3.
3.4
3.4.1
Rate Configuration
(Cont'd)
Additional Service Features
(Cont1d)
(T)
Central Office Yultinlexino (Cont'd)
(A)
1.544 mbos (DS1)
(T)
to Voice
(T)
This arrangement provides for 24 channels for use with voice or
voice grade data services.
Derived channels of the 1.544 mbps
channel to the hub may also be used for MegaLink I Standard
Digital Service or Dataphone Digital Service.
Voice
grade
services may not include services which terminate directly into
the public switched network.
(H)
1.544 mbos (DS1)
to 64 kbvs (D80)
(T)
An arrangement that converts a 1.544 mbps channel to twenty-three
(23) 64 kbps channels using digital time division multiplexing.
(C)
64.0 kbvs (DSO) to Subrate
(T)
An arrangement that converts a 64 kbps channel to subspeeds of up
to twenty 2.4 kbps, ten 4.8 kbps or five 9.6 kbps channels using
digital time division multiplexing.
This feature is available
only in conjunction with 1.544 mbps (DS1) to 64 kbps (DSO)
multiplexing as part of a cascading multiplex arrangement in the
same multiplexing hub location.
3.4.2
Clear Channel Cavabilitv (CCC)
(T)
Clear channel capability (CCC) is a feature that provides the customer
with an increase in usable bandwidth from 1.344 mbps to 1.536 mbps of
an unconstrained data stream across the network.
CCC is provided on
1.544 mbpe service and provisioning of CCC in our network requires the
customer signal at the channel interface to conform to bipolar with
eight zero substitution ( BeZS)
line code format as described in
Bellcore Technical Advisory TA-TSY-000342.
Customer equipment must be
compatible with this method of providing the unconstrained signal.
Provision
of
this
feature
may
require
special
routing
the
of
interoffice channel mileage.
3.4.3
Sxtended Sunerframs Format (zsy)
(N)
Extended superframe format (ESP) is a non-chargeable option that
passes a customer-provided framing format for 1.544 mbps service. ESP
extends the customer's 1.544 mbps framing structure from 12 to 24
frames and divides the 8 kbps 193rd bit position pattern into three
distinct functions: 2 kbps for frame synchronization, 2 kbps for
cyclic redundancy checking, and 4 kbps for performance monitoring.
(N)
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RATE CHANGES
RATE CHANGES
BUSINESS PACKAGES
RATES WILL CHANGE
FEDERAL CHARGE
RATE CHANGES
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Quesrmns'iCall:
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Plans and Services
I
7494959
1 800 559-7928
Payment Arrangementa:
I 800 9241743
Service Changes
I 800 499-7928
Repair Servmces1 800 286-8313
SBC internal Services
I 877 722-3755
SBC Long Distance
I 800 559-7928
33
675.31
35
MCI
40
1 800 559-7928
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I 800 926-6435
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1 888 510-0734
27 71
12 42
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1100
608
Total Current Charges
75682, 11
Detail of Payments and Adjustments
Item
No Date Description
Adjustments
Payments
I 7-05 Amount Applied to
713 A13-2501
54 09
2 7-08 Adj for - SBC Local Services
3 7-08 Adj for - SBC Internet Services
Totals
17452.35-
Plans and Services
Monthly Service - Jul 5 tbnt Aug 4
Charges for 713 222-1952
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 228-01-79
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 228-0376
Z5657 48
7 50
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 230-2300
7 Monthly Charges
REMIT
U.S Pat. D410, 950 and D414, 510
Payment is Not Required
Billing Date Jul 5, 2005
Date Mailed Jul 15, 2005
7.50
751 06
Balance SOD
Account Number 713 222-1952 108 7
Applied to 713 A13-2501
EXHIBIT
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CITY OF HOUSTON
CMD-101573
P 0 BOX 1562
HOUSTON
TX 77251-4903
SBC
PO BOX 650661
DALLAS
TX 75265-0661
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Plans and Servtces (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 281 272-0598
t Monthly Charges
Charges far 281 282-9354
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 405-5300
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 443-9052
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 445-1965
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 447-0839
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 447-1704
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 447-6832
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 447_7425
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 447-8764
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 465-065!
I I Monthly Charges
Charges for 291 465-8002
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 497-0767
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 531-4451
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 539-1174
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 539-1175
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 539-1450
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 539-1451
I 8 Monthly Charles
Charges for 281 539-9836
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 539-9843
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for281 556-9708
21 Monthly Charges
P!aru and Services ( continued)
^,,nthly Servtw - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
^ ges for 281 558-6140
: Monthly Chargm
Charges for 281 560-0068
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 560-0070
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 560-0956
4 Monthly Charges
26 . 16
47 66
808 78
665 20
43 66
3966
3966
3966
3966
26 . 16
750
750
74232
6
2616
7 . 50
7 50
7 50
7 50
7 50
7 50
3966
43 66
7 50
750
750
28
Charges for 281 560-0989
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 584-4700
7 50
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 591-2475
1077.11
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 604-5841
132.70
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 604-5844
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 618-0261
7 50
7 . 50
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 618-0262
I I Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 618-0822
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281618-0989
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 618-0994
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 679-5006
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 721-0992
7 . 50
7 50
7.50
7 . 50
7 . 50
26.16
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 754-0079
7 . 50
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-0149
7 . 50
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-0540
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-0541
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-0733
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services ( continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 281 765-0736
I Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-8017
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7. 50
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-8053
7.50
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-8316
7.50
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-8317
7.50
Charges for 281765-8751
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-8752
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 765-9016
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 774-9503
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 774-9504
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 774-9798
7.50
Monthly Charges
11
Charges
for 281 774-9799
7.50
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 774-9819
13 Monthly Charges
7.50
7.50
29
Charges for 281821-2655
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 821-5949
15 Monthly Charges
26.16
39,66
Charges for 281 847-5443
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 870-9854
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 281 920-4793
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 209-0879
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 209-0880
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 215-1785
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 215-1786
1 Monthly Charges
417.76
26.[6
43.66
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 222-2555
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 222-2725
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 222-3131
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 222-9031
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 223-5016
6 Monthly Charges
142.45
37.32
575.80
30.82
35.66
Charges for 713 224-0347
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 224-0675
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 224-1162
9 Monthly Charges
63.66
49.16
26.16
Charges for 713 224-5373
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 224-5653
11 Monthly Charges
Charge-, r - -13 224-5654
12 Moru„y Charges
Charges for 713 224-5660
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 225-6741
Charges for 713 227-2039
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-3523
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-3706
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-4142
30.16
43.66
43.66
43.66
24.86
26.16
26.16
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-4203
26.16
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-4706
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-5631
26.16
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
26.16
26.16
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
30
Charges for 713 227-5842
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-7428
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-7913
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-8405
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-8629
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 227-9612
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 228-4425
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 228-6633
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 228-9471
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-0122
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-0449
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-0536
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-0606
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-0647
14 Monthly Charges
26.16
43.66
26.16
26.16
26 16
85.47
26.16
26.16
26.16
313.39
2849
28.49
28,49
28.49
Charges for 713 229-0752
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-0769
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-9345
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-9379
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-9751
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-9752
=0 Monthly Charges
-rg.-s for 713 229-9753
Nlonthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
39.66
26.16
26.16
39.66
26.16
26.16
26.16
Charges for 713 229-9754
Charges for 713 229-9755
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-9756
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 229-9757
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 230-0083
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 230-0084
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 230-0955
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 230-0956
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 230-9627
9 Monthly Charges
26.16
26.16
26.16
7 50
7 50
7.50
7.50
462.95
31
Charges for 713 230-9637
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 236-1026
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 237-1828
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 237-1906
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 247-0214
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 247-0215
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 247-0703
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 250-2400
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 273-9648
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 273-9649
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 290-8282
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 293-9077
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 293-9153
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 293-9454
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 293-9455
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-0010
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-0020
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-0303
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-0306
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-0458
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-0459
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-0465
Charges for 713 307-0466
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1427
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1440
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1450
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1469
15 Monthly Charges
1955
26.16
26.16
26.16
2849
28.49
26.16
551.16
7.50
7.50
412.40
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 307-1480
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1520
7.50
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1521
7.50
18 Monthly Charges
7_50
32
Charges for 713 307-1532
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1562
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1563
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
7 50
7 50
7 50
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 307-1564
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 307-1565
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 308-0000
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 314-3900
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 316-0461
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 316-0467
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 316-0789
7 Monthly Charges
7.50
7.50
4375.37
266.90
7.50
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 316-9928
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 319-0393
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 319-0398
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 336-9348
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 336-9602
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 336-9603
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 341-3900
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 356-7595
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 356-9761
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 356-97-.i
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9168
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9169
7.50
7.50
7.50
479.55
7.50
7.50
48.59
460.00
7.50
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 371-9172
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9173
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services ( continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 371-9174
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9175
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9176
3 Monthly Charges
7.50
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 371-9177
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9178
5 Monthly Charges
7.50
7,50
33
Charges for 713 371-9179
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9180
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9181
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 371-9182
9 Monthly Charges
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 371-9183
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 394-0107
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 394-0 t08
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 394-0698
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 394-0699
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 394-9597
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 394-9598
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 426-2267
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 428-9068
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 428-9069
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
39.66
7.50
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 462-4196
7.50
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 491-8662
412.40
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services ( continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 495-0060
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 495-0061
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 7!3 495-0192
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 495-0193
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 523-0051
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 523-0362
43.66
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
78,39
Charges for 713 525-7000
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 527-7848
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 527-7855
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 558-0321
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 558-0323
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 558-1270
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 558-1274
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 558-1561
14 Monthly Charges
2334.22
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
34
Charges for 713 558-1581
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 571-7334
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 571-8856
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 571-8857
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 571-8862
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-0409
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-0410
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services ( continued)
7 50
39.66
26.16
26.16
26.16
7.50
7.50
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 596-0459
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-0635
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-0675
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-0734
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-0738
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-0825
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-9618
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 596-9623
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 610-1434
7.50
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 610-1995
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 610-8163
7.50
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 610-8184
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 610-9047
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 610-9048
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 631-0771
Charges for 713 631-1046
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 632-0061
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 632-0062
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 632-0063
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 632-0064
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 632-0409
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
7.50
40.00
7.50
7 50
7.50
7.50
7.50
Charges for 713 632-0410
l Monthly Charges
7.50
35
Charges for 713 632-1046
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 632-1053
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 635-0200
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 635-8629
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 640-3400
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 641-1512
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 641-1516
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 641-4918
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 643-3929
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 643-4967
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 643-5014
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 643-9272
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 644-2442
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 644-3136
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 644-3241
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 644-3471
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 644-4078
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 644-8065
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 645-5035
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 646-3900
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 649-1594
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 649-5068
Charges for 713 650-6328
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 65 l-0110
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 651-3182
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 651-3183
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 651-3184
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 651-3185
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 651-3188
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 651-8100
10 Monthly Charges
430.00
460.00
561.02
46.16
526.99
37.32
30.82
26.16
26.16
30.82
30.82
26.16
26.16
26.16
26.16
26.16
412.40
26.16
39.66
642.75
26.16
837.55
329.92
26.16
26.16
26.16
26.16
27.01
465.65
36
Charges for 713 652-4986
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 654-0840
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 654-4029
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 654-4037
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 654-4471
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 654-4963
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 654-4987
l7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 654-7898
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 655-1073
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 658-0076
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 658-0093
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service -1ul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 658-0200
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 658-0637
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 658- I 170
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 658-1737
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 658-6328
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 659-8199
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 661-6187
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 673-5480
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 673-59 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 678-7609
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 680-9769
Charges for 713 690-9141
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 699-0824
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 699-9591
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 699-9592
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 699-9593
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 699-9594
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 731-0531
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 731-1652
19 Monthly Charges
43.66
247 44
26.16
43.66
43 66
43.66
43.66
39.66
43.66
39.66
43.66
46.16
39.66
39.66
2508.39
56.98
26.16
227.92
26.16
26.16
104.12
26.16
26 . 16
30.82
30.82
30.82
30.82
26 . 16
26.16
37
Charges for 713 731-5000
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 731-7040
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 731-7044
I Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 731-7047
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 731-7920
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 733-5599
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 733-6662
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 734-5270
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 738-0931
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 738-3 i 02
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 738-3564
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0494
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0495
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0496
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0497
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0498
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0499
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0501
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0504
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0507
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0651
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0666
1645.94
26.16
26 16
26 16
26.16
26 . 16
907.28
26 . 16
43.66
43.66
43 . 66
31 . 67
31 . 67
31 . 67
31 . 67
31 . 67
'31 . 67
31 . 67
31 . 67
33 . 02
26 . 16
Charges for 713 739-0667
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services ( continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
43 . 66
Charges for 713 739-0673
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0687
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0688
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0692
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 739-0693
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 744-0900
6 Monthly Charges
43 . 66
43 . 66
43 . 66
39 . 66
43 . 66
649.67
38
Charges for 713 853-0103
7 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0405
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0408
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0409
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0410
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0411
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0412
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0413
14 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0414
15 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0415
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0416
17 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0430
18 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0431
19 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0432
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0433
21 Monthly Charges
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 867-0434
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0435
2 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0436
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0437
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0438
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 867-0439
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 869-6855
Charges for 713 869-7041
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 869-9194
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 923-8100
10 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 928-4600
11 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 939-9528
412.40
54.82
54.82
54.82
54.82
54.82
54.82
54.82
55.32
55.32
55.32
55.32
55.32
55.32
55.32
55.32
55.32
55.32
5532
55.32
55.32
26.16
48.32
412.40
772.35
12 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 956-3140
26.16
13 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 956-7270
14 Monthly Charges
421.99
Charges for 713 956-7275
15 Monthly Charges
26.16
24.86
39
Charges for 713 970-0015
16 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 970-0029
17 Monthly Charges
7 . 50
7 . 50
Charges for 713 970-0051
18 Monthly Charges
7 . 50
Charges for 713 970-0052
19 Monthly Charges
7 . 50
Charges for 713 970-2205
20 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 982-1077
21 Monthly Charges
479 . 55
484 . 25
Plans and Services (continued)
Monthly Service - Jul 5 thru Aug 4
Charges for 713 991-3023
1 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 991-3504
26 . 16
2 Monthly Charges
30 . 82
Charges for 713 991-3526
3 Monthly Charges
Charges for 713 991-4157
26 . 16
4 Monthly Charges
Charges for 832 366-0528
30 . 82
5 Monthly Charges
Charges for 832 366-0539
7 . 50
6 Monthly Charges
Charges for 832 657-0552
7 . 50
7 Monthly Charges
7 . 50
Charges for 832 657-0553
8 Monthly Charges
Charges for 832 912-9389
9 Monthly Charges
Charges for 832 912-9396
7 . 50
7 . 50
10 Monthly Charges
7 . 50
62856 . 20
Total Monthly Service
Directory Assistance
411
11 103 Call(s) billed at $125 each
128 , 75
MULTIPLE LISTING REQUESTS
12
3 Call(s) billed at $1.25 each
Total Directory Assistance
3 . 75
132 . 50
Additions and Changes to Service
This section of your bill reflects charges and credits resulting
from account activity.
Item
Monthly
Activity on Jun 17, 2005
Your bill reflects a decrease
of $455.00 .
(Partial monthly billing from
Jun 17, 2005 thru
Jul 4, 2005)
13 Monthly Service
Activity on Jul 1, 2005
Your bill reflects a decrease
of $38.38 .
(Partial monthly billing from
Jul 1, 2005 thru
7
273.00-
Jul 4, 2005)
14 Federal Universal Service Fee
15 Federal Universal Service Fee
16 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
1
2
01. 01.01-
40
17 Federal Universal Service Fee
O1-
18 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
01-
Plans and Services
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
No. Description
Monthly
Quantity Charges
I Federal Universal Service Fee
2
2 Federal Universal Service Fee
3 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
I
1
O1,O1-
4 Federal Universal Service Fee
5 Federal Universal Service Fee
6 Federal Universal Service Fee
7 Federal Universal Service Fee
8 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
,01-
I
1
1
I
.01.01,01.01.01-
9 Federal Universal Service Fee
2
10 Federal Universal Service Fee
I 1 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
2
12 Federal Universal Service Fee
13 Federal Universal Service Fee
14 Federal Universal Service Fee
15 Federal Universal Service Fee
16 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
2
1
I
,01,01.01.01-
2
.01-
17 Federal Universal Service Fee
2
.0l-
1
1
.01,01-
20 Federal Universal Service Fee
21 Federal Universal Service Fee
22 Federal Universal Service Fee
23 Federal Universal Service Fee
24 Federal Universal Service Fee
25 Federal Universal Service Fee
2
I
20
2
2
t
26 Federal Universal Service Fee
27 Federal Universal Service Fee
28 Federal Universal Service Fee
,01.0I, 11,01,01,01-
I
1
1
.O1.01. 09-
18 Federal Universal Service Fee
19 Federal Universal Service Fee
pI.01-
29 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
30 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
01-
35 Federal Universal Service Fee
36 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
I
1
1
_01,01p I,01-
1
l
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37 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
38 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
31 Federal Universal Service Fee
32 Federal Universal Service Fee
33 Federal Universal Service Fee
34 Federal Universal Service Fee
,pI-
39 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
, 01,01.01-
41 Federal Universal Service Fee
42 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
I
,01,0l-
43 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
.pI-
44 Federal Universal Service Fee
45 Federal Universal Service Fee
l
1
.0I.09-
46 Federal Universal Service Fee
47 Federal Universal Service Fee
48 Federal Universal Service Fee
49 Federal Universal Service Fee
50 Federal Universal Service Fee
51 Federal Universal Service Fee
52 Federal Universal Service Fee
53 Federal Universal Service Fee
54 Federal Universal Service Fee
55 Federal Universal Service Fee
56 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
17
1
1
1
1
1
it
4
I
1
.01.09. 01.01. 01.01.01-
06. 02. 01.01-
41
57 Federal Universal Service Fee
01-
58 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
59 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
60 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
Plans and Services
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
Monthly
No. Description
Quantity Charges
I Federal Universal Service Fee
I
2 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
3 Federal Universal Service Fee
10
4 Federal Universal Service Fee
10
5 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
6 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
.01-
O1.0105.05.01.09-
7 Federal Universal Service Fee
8 Federal Universal Service Fee
9 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
1
l
10 Federal Universal Service Fee
1 I Federal Universal Service Fee
Ol.01.01-
1
1
.0101-
12 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
13 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
1
.01-
14 Federal Universal Service Fee
15 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
4
16 Federal Universal Service Fee
.02-
I
17 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
1
18 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
l
,01-
l
t
,01.01-
19 Federal Universal Service Fee
20 Federal Universal Service Fee
21 Federal Universal Service Fee
22 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
1
23 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
1
,01-
24 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
25 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
l
,01-
26 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
27 Federal Universal Service Fee
t
28 Federal Universal Service Fee
29 Federal Universal Service Fee
30 Federal Universal Service Fee
31 Federal Universal Service Fee
32 Federal Universal Service Fee
33 Federal Universal Service Fee
34 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
1
1
1
,0101.01-
1
20
.01.11-
1
1
.01.01.01-
35 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
36 Federal Universal Service Fee
25
37 Federal Universal Service Fee
.13-
1
.01-
39 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
1
.01-
40 Federal Universal Service Fee
41 Federal Universal Service Fee
42 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
1
43 Federal Universal Service Fee
44 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
1
1
.01,01-
1
1
.01.01-
45 Federal Universal Service Fee
46 Federal Universal Service Fee
47 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
48 Federal Universal Service Fee
49 Federal Universal Service Fee
50 Federal Universal Service Fee
01-
1
1
16
.01,01.09-
5
2
4
.0301.02-
1
.01-
51 Federal Universal Service Fee
52 Federal Universal Service Fee
53 Federal Universal Service Fee
54 Federal Universal Service Fee
42
55 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
56 Federal Universal Service Fee
oI-
I
01-
57 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
58 Federal Universal Service Fee
59 Federal Universal Service Fee
.09-
6
10
.03.05-
60 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
Plans and Services
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
Monthly
No. Description
Quantity Charges
I Federal Universal Service Fee
1
2 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
Oi,O1-
3 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
4 Federal Universal Service Fee
5 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
I
.01,01-
6 Federal Universal Service Fee
7 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
1
8 Federal Universal Service Fee
9 Federal Universal Service Fee
,01.01-
10
I
.05,Ol-
10 Federal Universal Service Fee
1 I Federal Universal Service Fee
12 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
1
3
13 Federal Universal Service Fee
14 Federal Universal Service Fee
l5 Federal Universal Service Fee
16 Federal Universal Service Fee
17 Federal Universal Service Fee
18 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01.01.02-
1
1
1
32
11
I
_O l.01.01.17.06.01-
19 Federal Universal Service Fee
20 Federal Universal Service Fee
21 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
1
.01.Ol-
1
.01-
22 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
23 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
24 Federal Universal Service Fee
01-
01,01-
i
25 Federal Universal Service Fee
.09-
1
26 Federal Universal Service Fee
.01-
2
.01-
27 Federal Universal Service Fee
28 Federal Universal Service Fee
29 Federal Universal Service Fee
30 Federal Universal Service Fee
31 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
1
1
1
1
32 Federal Universal Service Fee
33 Federal Universal Service Fee
34 Federal Universal Service Fee
35 Federal Universal Service Fee
.Ol.01.09.01-
1
I
I
I
.01.01.01.01-
37 Federal Universal Service Fee
38 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
l
01.01-
2
7
1
.01.04.09-
39 Federal Universal Service Fee
40 Federal Universal Service Fee
41 Federal Universal Service Fee
42 Federal Universal Service Fee
43 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
l
44 Federal Universal Service Fee
45 Federal Universal Service Fee
46 Federal Universal Service Fee
47 Federal Universal Service Fee
48 Federal Universal Service Fee
49 Federal Universal Service Fee
50 Federal Universal Service Fee
51 Federal Universal Service Fee
52 Federal Universal Service Fee
,01,01-
l
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48
I
1
,26.09,01-
1
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10
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1
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1
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^
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43
53 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
54 Federal Universal Service Fee
55 Federal Universal Service Fee
,01-
l
1
.01,01-
56 Federal Universal Service Fee
57 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
l
01_01-
58 Federal Universal Service Fee
59 Federal Universal Service Fee
l
I
.0101-
60 Federal Universal Service Fee
Plans and Services
1
.01-
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
No. Description
Monthly
Quantity Charges
I Federal Universal Service Fee
1
2 Federal Universal Service Fee
3 Federal Universal Service Fee
4 Federal Universal Service Fee
5 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
1
I
1
01O1.O1.01-
6 Federal Universal Service Fee
7 Federal Universal Service Fee
8 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
,O1-
I
1
,Ol.01-
9 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
.01-
10 Federal Universal Service Fee
11 Federal Universal Service Fee
12 Federal Universal Service Fee
13 Federal Universal Service Fee
14 Federal Universal Service Fee
15 Federal Universal Service Fee
16 Federal Universal Service Fee
17 Federal Universal Service Fee
I
10
1
1
4
180
1
18 Federal Universal Service Fee
19 Federal Universal Service Fee
20 Federal Universal Service Fee
21 Federal Universal Service Fee
22 Federal Universal Service Fee
I.
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l
1
1
_01,01.01-
l
I
23 Federal Universal Service Fee
l
24 Federal Universal Service Fee
25 Federal Universal Service Fee
26 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
.01-
35 Federal Universal Service Fee
l
41 Federal Universal Service Fee
42 Federal Universal Service Fee
43 Federal Universal Service Fee
44 Federal Universal Service Fee
45 Federal Universal Service Fee
46 Federal Universal Service Fee
47 Federal Universal Service Fee
48 Federal Universal Service Fee
49 Federal Universal Service Fee
50 Federal Universal Service Fee
. 01-
.04.Ol-
10
I
1
l
I
I
I
38 Federal Universal Service Fee
39 Federal Universal Service Fee
40 Federal Universal Service Fee
Oi.Ol-
8
I
27 Federal Universal Service Fee
28 Federal Universal Service Fee
29 Federal Universal Service Fee
30 Federal Universal Service Fee
31 Federal Universal Service Fee
32 Federal Universal Service Fee
33 Federal Universal Service Fee
36 Federal Universal Service Fee
37 Federal Universal Service Fee
,Ol.05.01.01.02.96.01-
I
I
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2
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1
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1
14
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1
2
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,0l. 01,O 1. 01, 0l-
, 01. 0l01_
. 01. 07, 0{Ol. 01.01-
44
5l Federal Universal Service Fee
52 Federal Universal Service Fee
8
1
53 Federal Universal Service Fee
54 Federal Universal Service Fee
55 Federal Universal Service Fee
.0401-
I
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1
56 Federal Universal Service Fee
57 Federal Universal Service Fee
0101.01-
I
1
01.01-
58 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
59 Federal Universal Service Fee
60 Federal Universal Service Fee
Plans and Services
.01-
1
1
01.01-
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
Monthly
No. Description
Quantity Charges
I Federal Universal Service Fee
I
2 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
3 Federal Universal Service Fee
4 Federal Universal Service Fee
1
I
5 Federal Universal Service Fee
6 Federal Universal Service Fee
7 Federal Universal Service Fee
44
1
1
8 Federal Universal Service Fee
Activity on Jul 1, 2005
Your bill reflects an increase
of $33.28 .
(Partial monthly billing from
01.01.01.01-
.23,01.01-
I
Jul l, 2005 thru
Jul 4, 2005)
9 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
10 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
I I Federal Subscriber Line Charge
12 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
.01
2
1
.01
.01
13 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
14 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
2
.01
.01
15 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
16 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
17 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
18 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
19 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
20 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
21 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
22 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
23 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
24 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
.01
.01
1
1
1
2
1
2
25 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
1
.01
27 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
28 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
29 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
30 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
31 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
32 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
33 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
1
.01
34 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
35 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
36 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
37 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
38 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
39 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
40 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
41 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
42 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
20
2
2
1
1
. 11
.01
.01
.01
.01
I
1
.01
.03
1
.01
45
43 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
44 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
45 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
46 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
47 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
48 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
49 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
I
I
I
1
1
01
.01
01
.01
01
.01
50 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
51 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
.01
52 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
I
53 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
Plans and Services
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
Monthly
No Description
Quantity Charges
I Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
2 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
3 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
01
.01
01
.01
.01
4 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
5 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
6 Federal Subscriber Line Char g e
7 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
8 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
9 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
10 Federal Subscriber Line Char ge
II Federal Subscriber Line Charge
I
1
17
1
1
1
1
12 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
13 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
14 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.03
. 01
.09
.01
.01
. 01
.01
1
11
4
15 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.O1
.06
.02
1
.01
16 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
17 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
1
.01
I8 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
19 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
20 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
1
.01
1
1
10
10
1
1
1
1
.01
.01
.05
.05
.01
.03
.01
.01
1
1
.01
.01
32 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
33 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
34 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
1
35 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
.01
4
36 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
37 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.02
1
1
38 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
39 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
40 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
41 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
42 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
f
1
.01
.01
1
1
1
43 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
44 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
45 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
46 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
47 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
.01
1
1
1
1
1
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
21 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
22 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
23 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
24 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
25 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
26 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
27 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
28 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
29 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
30 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
46
48 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
49 Federal Subscriber Line Cha rge
50 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
51 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
52 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
53 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
54 Federal Subscriber Line Char g e
55 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
56 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
57 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
58 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
59 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
1
1
.01
.01
01
.01
20
1
1
1
25
1
1
1
60 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
11
.01
.0 1
01
.13
.01
.01
.01
1
01
Plans and Services
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
Monthly
No. Description
Quantity Charges
I Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
2 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
.01
.01
3 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
4 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
5 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
6 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
7 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
1
1
8 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
9 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
1
1
.01
.01
10 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
16
11 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
12 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
13 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
14 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
5
2
4
1
15 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
16 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.09
.03
.01
.02
01
.01
17 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
18 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
19 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
20 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
21 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
22 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
23 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
24 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
25 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
26 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
27 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
28 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
1
6
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
.03
.03
.05
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.05
30 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
31 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
32 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
33 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
34 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
35 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
36 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
37 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
3
1
. 01
.02
.01
1
1
.01
. 01
32
11
41 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
42 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
43 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
44 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
1
.17
. 06
.01
. 01
. 01
. 01
.01
, 01
.03
1
.01
38 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
39 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
40 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
45 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
I
1
1
47
46 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
2
47 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
48 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
49 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
50 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
5 1 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
52 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
53 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
54 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
01
1
1
I
1
1
t
1
1
01
.01
.01
.03
.0 t
.01
.01
.01
55 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
56 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
57 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
58 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
1
1
59 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
01
.01
.01
2
.01
7
04
60 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
Plans and Services
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
No Description
Monthly
Quantity Charges
1 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
I
2 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
3 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
4 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
5 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
6 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
7 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.03
t
.01
1
I
48
1
.01
.01
.26
.03
1
.01
8 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
9 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
01
10
10 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
I I Federal Subscriber Line Charge
12 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.05
1
1
1
13 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
01
I
14 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
15 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
16 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
17 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
18 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
19 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
1
1
1
.01
.01
.01
.01
1
.01
20 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
21 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
.01
22 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
23 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
24 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
25 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
.01
.01
.01
26 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
28 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
29 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
.01
.01
1
.01
30 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
31 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
32 Federal Subscriber Line Char g e
33 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
10
I
1
34 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
4
35 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
180
36 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
37 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
38 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
39 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
40 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
41 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
42 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
43 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
.05
.01
.01
. 02
. 96
.01
. 01
.01
.01
01
01
Ot
.01
48
44 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
45 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
8
1
46 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
47 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
48 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
49 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
04
01
I
10
1
1
01
.05
01
.01
.01
50 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
51 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
52 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
.01
53 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
54 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
I
55 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
56 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
57 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
of
1
1
1
58 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
59 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
01
1
1
60 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
1
.01
Plans and Services
Additions and Changes to Service (continued)
Item
Monthly
No. Description
Quantity Charges
1 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
2
.01
2 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
3 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
4 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
5 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
6 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
7 Federal Subscriber Line Char ge
.01
1
1
1
14
1
8 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
9 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
10 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
.01
.07
01
1
1
2
I t Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
.01
8
.04
12 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
13 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
I
.01
.01
1
.01
14 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
15 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
16 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
1
,01
17 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
18 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
19 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
20 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
21 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
.01
1
1
1
22 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
.01
.01
.01
1
.01
1
1
.01
.01
23 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
24 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
26 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
1
27 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
28 Federal Subscriber Line Charge
Activity on Jun 15, 2005
Charges for PON: SBC-BILLING
Charges for: R247561
.01
1
1
.01
.01
CKT# : 26.DHDA.002758
Service(s) Removed
(Partial monthly billing from
Feb 17, 2005 thru
Jul 4, 2005)
29 Mileage - MegaLinle Digital
Interoffice Facility @ 1.544M
Service(s) Added
30 Mileage - MegaLink° Digital
Interoffice Facility @
(ce 1.544M
24 872.00-
4011.20-
24 386.00
1749.87
49