TWCIS SC FCC Tariff No. 1

TWCIS SC FCC Tariff No. 1
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Title Page
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
TITLE PAGE
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
OF
TIME WARNER CABLE INFORMATION SERVICES (SOUTH CAROLINA), LLC
D/B/A TIME WARNER CABLE
Regulations and Schedule of Interstate Access Rates
This tariff includes the rates, charges, terms and conditions of service for the provision of
Interstate access telecommunications Services by Time Warner Cable Information Services
(South Carolina), LLC d/b/a Time Warner Cable for Customers within Company operating
territories in the state of South Carolina.
Access services are provided by means of wire, fiber optics, radio or any other suitable
technology or combination thereof.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
5th Revised Page 1
Cancels 4th Revised Page 1
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
CHECK SHEET
Pages 1 to 62 of this tariff are effective as of the date shown. Original and revised pages listed below contain
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Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Check Sheet ........................................................................................................................
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Table of Contents ................................................................................................................
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Issuing Carrier .....................................................................................................................
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Concurring Carriers ............................................................................................................
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Explanation of Symbols ......................................................................................................
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Section 1
Definitions and Abbreviations .........................................................................
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Section 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
2.16
2.17
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2.19
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2.21
2.22
2.23
Rules and Regulations .....................................................................................
Undertaking of Company ................................................................................
Use of the Company’s Service ........................................................................
Limitations .......................................................................................................
Assignment and Transfer .................................................................................
Application for Service ....................................................................................
Ownership of Facilities ....................................................................................
Liability of the Company .................................................................................
Liability of the Customer .................................................................................
Obligations of the Customer ............................................................................
Billing and Payment For Service .....................................................................
Taxes, Surcharges and Fees .............................................................................
Deposits and Advanced Payments ...................................................................
Cancellation by Customer ................................................................................
Cancellation by Company................................................................................
Restoration of Service......................................................................................
Provision of Company Equipment and Facilities ............................................
Interconnection ................................................................................................
Customer-Provided Equipment .......................................................................
Inspection, Testing and Adjustments ...............................................................
Allowances for Interruptions in Service ..........................................................
Notices and Communications ..........................................................................
Mixed Interstate and Intrastate Switched Access Services ..............................
Determination of Jurisdiction of Mixed Interstate & Intrastate Dedicated Facilities ...
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Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
1st Revised Page 3
Cancels Original Page 3
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT’D.)
Section 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Switched Access Service .................................................................................
General ......................................................................................................
Manner of Provision .................................................................................
Rate Categories .........................................................................................
Access Ordering ........................................................................................
Special Construction or Special Service Arrangements ...........................
Obligations of the Company .....................................................................
Obligations of the Customer .....................................................................
Rate Regulations .......................................................................................
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Section 4
4.1 - 4.10
4.11
Rates .........................................................................................................
Access Service Rates & Charges .......................................................................
Service Order Charges ..............................................................................
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Section 5
5.1
Miscellaneous Services and Charges ........................................................
Federal Subscriber Line Charge................................................................
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
(T)
(T)
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 4
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
ISSUING CARRIER
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC d/b/a Time Warner Cable
CONCURRING CARRIERS
None
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 5
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
(C)
To signify changed regulation.
(D)
To signify discontinued rate or regulation.
(I)
To signify increased rate.
(M)
To signify a move in the location of text.
(N)
To signify new rate or regulation.
(R)
To signify reduced rate.
(S)
To signify reissued matter.
(T)
To signify a change in text but no change in rate or regulation.
(Z)
To signify a correction.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 6
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 1 - DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Access Code - Denotes a uniform code assigned by the Company to an individual Customer. The code has the
form 101XXXX or 950-XXXX.
Access Line - An arrangement by which the Customer connects a local exchange line to a Companydesignated switching center or Point of Presence.
Access Minutes - The increment for measuring usage of Company’s exchange facilities for the purpose of
calculating chargeable usage.
Access Service Request ("ASR") - The Service Order form used by Access Service Customers and the
Company to the process of establishing, moving or rearranging Access Services provided by the Company.
Access Tandem - A switching system that provides a traffic concentration and distribution function for
originating or terminating traffic between the Customer's Premises or Point of Presence and a third-party
carrier’s point of switching or aggregation.
Automatic Number Identification ("ANI") - The automatic transmission of a caller's billing account telephone
number to a local exchange company, Interexchange Carrier or a third party. The primary purpose of ANI is
for billing toll calls.
Bps - Bits per second.
Call - A communication attempt for which the complete address code (e.g., 0-, 911, or 10 digits) is provided
to the Company’s switch equivalent or facility.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 7
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 1 - DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS (CONT’D.)
Central Office - The Premises of the Company or another local exchange carrier containing one or more
switches that are used for interconnection with other service providers and network facilities.
CIC - An Interexchange Carrier identification code.
CMRS – Commercial Mobile Radio Service
Commission - Refers to the Federal Communications Commission, unless otherwise indicated.
Company or Carrier - Refers to Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC d/b/a Time
Warner Cable.
Constructive Order - Delivery of Calls to or acceptance of Calls from the Customer’s End Users over
Company-switched local exchange services constitutes a Constructive Order by the Customer to purchase
Switched Access Services as described herein. Similarly the selection of the Customer by an End User as the
End User's PIC constitutes a Constructive Order for Switched Access by the Customer.
Customer - Any person, firm, partnership, corporation or other entity which uses Service under the terms and
conditions of this tariff and is responsible for the payment of charges. In most contexts, the Customer is an
Interexchange Carrier utilizing the Company's Services described in this tariff to reach one or more End
Users.
Customer Premises - The Premises specified by the Customer for termination of access Services. Typically an
Interexchange Carrier's Point of Presence.
Dedicated Access - A method of reaching the Customer's communication and switching systems whereby the
End User is connected directly to the Customer's Point of Presence or designate without utilizing the services
of the local switched network. Originating or terminating access between an End User and an Interexchange
Carrier may be provided via dedicated facilities, circuits or channels.
DS1 -Digital Signal Level 1; a dedicated, high capacity, full duplex channel with a line speed of 1.544 Mbps
isochronous serial data having a line signal format of either Alternate Mark Inversion (AMI) or Bipolar with 8
Zero Substitution (B8ZS) and either Superframe (D4) or Extended Superframe (ESF) formats. DS1 Service
has the equivalent capacity of 24 Voice Grade or DS0 Services.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 8
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 1 - DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS (CONT’D.)
End Office Switch - A Company switching system where Customer or End User station loops are terminated
for purposes of interconnection to other station loops, Trunks or access facilities.
End User - The term “End User” means any customer of an Intrastate telecommunications service provider
that is not a carrier except that a carrier other than a telephone company shall be deemed to be an “End User”
when such carrier uses a telecommunications service for administrative purposes and a person or entity that
offers telecommunications services exclusively as a reseller shall be deemed to be an “End User” if all resale
transmissions offered by such reseller originate on the Premises of such reseller. Other carriers, including
IXCs, are not considered to be End Users under the terms of this Tariff, unless the Company, at its sole
discretion, consents to such classification in writing.
End User Premises - The Premises specified by the Customer or End User for termination of Access Services
at the End User's physical location.
Exchange - A group of lines in a unit generally smaller than a LATA established by the Company or other
local exchange carrier for the administration of communications service in a specified area. An Exchange may
consist of one or more Central Offices together with the associated facilities used in furnishing
communications Service within that area.
Individual Case Basis ("ICB") - A process whereby the terms, conditions, rates and/or charges for a Service
provided under the general provisions of this tariff are developed or modified based on the unique
circumstances in each case.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 9
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 1 - DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS (CONT’D.)
Interstate - For the purpose of this tariff, the term Interstate applies to the regulatory jurisdiction of services
used for communications between one or more originating and terminating points located in different states
within the United States or between one or more points in the United States and at least one international
location.
Intrastate - For the purpose of this tariff, the term Intrastate applies to the regulatory jurisdiction of services
used for communications between one or more originating and terminating points, all located within the same
state.
Interexchange Carrier (“IXC”) - A long distance telecommunications services provider that furnishes services
between Exchange areas.
Kbps - Kilobits per second; 1000s of bits per second.
Local Access and Transport Area (“LATA”) - A geographic area for the provision and administration of
communications services existing on February 8, 1996, as previously established by the U.S. District Court
for the District of Columbia in Civil Action No. 82-0192; or established by a Bell operating company after
February 8, 1996 and approved by the FCC; or any other geographic area designated as a LATA in the
National Exchange Carrier Association (NECA) Tariff F.C.C. No. 4.
LEC - Local Exchange Company.
Message - See Call.
Non-Recurring Charge (“NRC”) - The initial charge, usually assessed on a one-time basis, to initiate and
establish a Service or feature.
NPA - Numbering Plan Area or area code.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 10
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 1 - DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS (CONT’D.)
Off-Hook - The active condition of Switched Access Service or a telephone exchange line.
On-Hook - The idle condition of Switched Access Service or a telephone exchange line.
Originating Direction - The use of Switched Access Service for the origination of Calls from an End User's
Premises to a Customer's Point of Presence.
Point of Presence (“POP”) - The physical location associated with an Interexchange Carrier's communication
and switching systems.
Point of Termination - The point of demarcation within a Customer or End User Premises at which the
Company's responsibility for the provision of Access Service ends. The point of demarcation is the point of
interconnection between Company communications facilities and Customer-provided or End User-provided
facilities as defined in Part 68 of the Federal Communications Commission's Rules and Regulations.
Premises - A building, portion of a building in a multi-tenant building, or buildings on continuous property
not separated by a highway. May also denote a Customer-owned enclosure or utility vault located above or
below ground on private property or on Customer acquired right-of-way.
Query - The inquiry to a Company database to obtain information, processing instructions or service data.
Recurring Charge - The charges to the Customer for Services, facilities or equipment, which continue for the
agreed upon duration of the Service. Recurring Charges do not vary based on Customer usage of the Services,
facilities or equipment provided.
Service(s) - Service provided to a Customer by the Company pursuant to this tariff.
Service Commencement Date - The first day following the date on which the Company notifies the Customer
that the requested Service or facility is available for use, unless extended by the Customer's refusal to accept
Service which does not conform to standards in the Service Order or this tariff, in which case the Service
Commencement Date is the date of the Customer's acceptance. The Company and Customer may mutually
agree on a substitute Service Commencement Date.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 11
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SECTION 1 - DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS (CONT’D.)
Service Order - A written request for network Services executed by the Customer and the Company. The
signing of a Service Order by the Customer and acceptance by the Company begins the respective obligations
of the parties in that order for Services offered under this tariff.
Serving Wire Center Switch - A Company switching system where Customer or End User station loops are
terminated for purposes of interconnection to other station loops, Trunks or access facilities. In most contexts,
the Customer is connected via station loops or Trunks to a Serving Wire Center Switch.
Station - Refers to telephone equipment or an exchange access line from or to which Calls are placed.
Switched Access - Where originating or terminating access between an End User and an Interexchange
Carrier is provided via Feature Group facilities, circuits or channels provided by a local exchange carrier. A
method of reaching the Customer's communication and switching systems whereby the End User is connected
to the Customer's Point of Presence or designate using Services of the local switched network.
Tandem Switch - See Access Tandem.
Terminal Equipment - Telecommunications devices, apparatus and associated wiring on the Customerdesignated Premises.
Terminating Direction - The use of Switched Access Service for the completion of Calls from a Customer's
Point of Presence to an End User Premises.
Trunk - A communications path connecting two switching systems in a network, used in the establishment of
an end-to-end connection.
Trunk Group - A set of trunks which are traffic engineered as a unit for the establishment of connections
between switching systems in which all of the communications paths are interchangeable.
TWCIS (SC) - Refers to Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC d/b/a Time Warner
Cable.
VoIP Service - Transmission of voice communication by aid of wire, cable, radio, or other like connection
using Voice Over Internet Protocol that is originated or terminated in Internet Protocol (IP) format.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 12
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS
2.1
2.2
Undertaking of Company
2.1.1
The Company undertakes to furnish Switched Access communications Service pursuant to
the terms of this tariff.
2.1.2
The Company's Services are available twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per
week.
2.1.3
The Company is responsible under this tariff only for the Services provided hereunder, and it
assumes no responsibility for any service provided by any other entity that purchases access
to the Company network in order to originate or terminate its own services, or to
communicate with its own customers.
2.1.4
The Company arranges for installation, operation, and maintenance of the communications
Services provided in this tariff for Customers in accordance with the terms and conditions set
forth under this tariff. Customer shall be responsible for all charges due for such Service
arrangements.
Use of the Company's Service
2.2.1
Services provided under this tariff may be used by the Customer for any lawful purpose for
which the Service is technically suited.
2.2.2
The Company’s Services shall not be used for any unlawful purpose or for any use as to
which the Customer has not obtained all applicable governmental approvals, authorizations,
licenses, consents and permits.
2.2.3
Recording of telephone conversations carried on Services provided by the Company under
this tariff is prohibited except as authorized by applicable federal, state and local laws.
2.2.4
Any Service provided under this tariff may be resold to or shared with (jointly used) other
persons at the Customer's discretion. The Customer remains solely responsible for all use of
Service ordered by it or billed to its account(s) pursuant to this tariff, for determining who is
authorized to use its service, and for promptly notifying the Company of any unauthorized
use. The Customer may advise its customers and End Users that a portion of its Service is
provided by the Company, but the Customer shall not represent that the Company jointly
participates with the Customer in the provision of the Service. The Company may require
applicants for Service who intend to use the Company's offerings for resale, shared and/or
joint use to file a letter with the Company confirming that their use of the Company's
offerings complies with relevant laws and the Commission’s regulations, policies, orders,
and decisions.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 13
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.3
Limitations
2.3.1
The Company does not undertake to transmit Messages, but offers the use of its facilities
when available, and will not be liable for errors in transmission or for failure to establish
connections.
2.3.2
The furnishing of Service under this tariff is subject to the availability on a continuing basis
of all the necessary facilities and equipment and is limited to the capacity of the Company's
facilities and any facilities the Company may obtain from other carriers, from time to time,
to furnish Service, at the sole discretion of the Company.
2.3.3
The Company reserves the right to limit or to allocate the use of its facilities and of any
additional facilities otherwise offered by the Company at the sole discretion of the Company.
2.3.4
The Company may block any signals being transmitted over its network by or on Customer’s
behalf that cause interference to the Company or other users. Customer shall not be relieved
of any obligations to make payment for charges relating to any blocked Service and shall
indemnify the Company for any claim, judgment or liability resulting from such interference
or blockage.
2.3.5
The Company reserves the right to discontinue Service without notice when the Customer is
using the Service in violation of the provisions of this tariff, or in violation of the law.
2.3.6
The Company reserves the right to discontinue Service, limit Service, or to impose additional
requirements as appropriate to meet changing regulatory or statutory rules and standards,
including when such rules and standards have an adverse material effect on the business or
economic feasibility of providing Service, as determined by the Company in its reasonable
judgment.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 14
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.4
Assignment and Transfer
Neither the Company nor the Customer may assign or transfer its rights or duties in connection with
the Services provided by the Company without the written consent of the other party, except that the
Company may, without obtaining the consent of the Customer, assign its rights and duties to (a) any
entity controlling, controlled by or under common control with the Company, whether direct or
indirect; (b) under any sale or transfer of all or substantially all the assets of the Company within the
applicable state or states; or (c) under any financing, merger or reorganization of the Company. All
terms and conditions contained in this document shall apply to all such permitted transferees or
assignees.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
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INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.5
Application for Service
Customers may be required to enter into written (including electronic) or oral Service Orders which
shall include or refer to a specific description of the Service ordered thereby, the rates to be charged,
the duration of the Service, and the terms and conditions in this tariff. Customers will also be required
to execute any other documents as may be reasonably requested by the Company.
2.6
Ownership of Facilities
2.6.1
The Customer obtains no property right or interest in the use of any facility, Service,
equipment, number, process, or code associated with the Service.
2.6.2
Title to all facilities and equipment utilized by the Company to provide Service under the
provisions of this tariff shall remain with the Company, its affiliates, partners, agents,
contractors or suppliers. Such facilities shall be returned to the Company, its affiliates,
partners, agents, contractors or suppliers by the Customer, whenever requested by the
Company, within such reasonable period specified in the Company in its request for return of
facilities and equipment, in original condition (reasonable wear and tear expected).
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 16
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.7
Liability of the Company
2.7.1
The liability of the Company for damages of any nature arising from errors, mistakes,
omissions, interruptions, or delays of the Company, its agents, vendors, or employees, in the
course of establishing, furnishing, rearranging, moving, terminating, changing or removing
the Service or facilities or equipment shall not exceed an amount equal to the charges
applicable under this tariff (calculated on a proportionate basis where appropriate, at the sole
discretion of the Company) to the period during which such error, mistake, omission,
interruption or delay occurs.
2.7.2
In no event shall the Company be liable for any incidental, indirect, special, or consequential
damages (including, without limitation, lost revenue or profits) of any kind whatsoever
regardless of the cause or foreseeability thereof.
2.7.3
When the Services or facilities of other common carriers are used separately or in
conjunction with the Company's facilities or equipment in establishing connection to points
not reached by the Company's facilities or equipment, the Company shall not be liable for
any act or omission of such other service providers, carriers or their agents, vendors or
employees.
2.7.4
The Company shall not be liable for any failure of performance hereunder if such failure is
due to any cause or causes beyond the reasonable control of the Company. Such causes shall
include, without limitation, acts of God, fire, explosion, vandalism, cable cut, storm or other
similar occurrence, any law, order, regulation, direction, action or request of the United
States government or of any other government or of any civil or military authority, national
emergencies, insurrections, riots, wars, strikes, lockouts or work stoppages or other labor
difficulties, supplier failures, shortages, breaches or delays, or preemption of existing Service
to restore Service in compliance with federal, state, local , or other relevant Commission,
rules and regulations.
2.7.5
The Company shall not be liable for interruptions, delays, errors, or defects in transmission,
or for any injury whatsoever, caused by the Customer, or the Customer's agents, vendors,
End Users, or by facilities or equipment provided by the Customer.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 17
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SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.7
Liability of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.7.6
No liability shall attach to the Company by reason of any defacement or damage to the
Customer’s premise resulting from the existence of the Company’s equipment or facilities on
such premise, or by the installation or removal thereof, when such defacement or damage is
not the result of the gross negligence or intentional misconduct of the Company or its
employees.
2.7.7
The Company does not guarantee nor make any warranty with respect to installations
provided by it for use in an explosive atmosphere.
2.7.8
The Company makes no warranties or representations, express or implied, either in fact or by
operation of law, statutory or otherwise, including warranties of merchantability or fitness
for a particular use, except those expressly set forth herein.
2.7.9
Failure by the Company to assert its rights under a provision of this tariff does not preclude
the Company from asserting its rights under other provisions.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 18
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.8
Liability of the Customer
2.8.1
The Customer will be liable for damages to the facilities of the Company and for all
incidental and consequential damages caused by the acts or omissions of the Customer, its
officers, employees, agents, invites, or contractors where such acts or omissions are not the
direct result of the Company's negligence or intentional misconduct.
2.8.2
To the extent caused by the acts or omissions of the Customer as described in Section 2.8.1,
preceding, the Customer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Company from and
against all claims, actions, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses, including reasonable
attorneys' fees, for (1) any loss, destruction or damage to property of any third party, and (2)
any liability incurred by any third party pursuant to this or any other tariff of the Company,
or otherwise, for any interruption of, interference to, or other defect in any Service provided
to such third party.
2.8.3
A Customer shall not assert any claim against any other Customer or user of the Company's
Services for damages resulting in whole or in part from or arising in connection with the
furnishing of Service under this tariff including but not limited to mistakes, omissions,
interruptions, delays, errors or other defects or misrepresentations, whether or not such other
Customer or user contributed in any way to the occurrence of the damages, unless such
damages were caused solely by the negligent or intentional act or omission of the other
Customer or user and not by any act or omission of the Company. Nothing in this tariff is
intended either to limit or to expand Customer's right to assert any claims against third
parties for damages of any nature other than those described in the preceding sentence.
2.8.4
The Customer shall be fully liable for any damages, including, without limitation, usage
charges, that the Customer may incur as a result of the unauthorized use of Services provide
to a Customer. Unauthorized use occurs when a person or entity that does not have actual,
apparent, or implied authority to use the network, obtains the Company's Services provided
under this tariff. The unauthorized use of the Company's Services includes, but is not limited
to, the placement of Calls from the Customer's premise, and the placement of Calls through
equipment controlled and/or provided by the Customer, that are transmitted over the
Company's network without the authorization of the Customer. The Customer shall be fully
liable for all such usage charges.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 19
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.9
Obligations of the Customer
2.9.1
The Customer is responsible for placing any necessary orders; for complying with tariff
regulations; and payment of charges for Services provided. Specific Customer
responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
(a)
reimbursing the Company for damage to or loss of the Company's facilities or
equipment caused by the acts or omissions of the Customer; or the non-compliance
by the Customer, with these regulations; or by fire or theft or other casualty on the
Customer premise, unless caused by the gross negligence or intentional misconduct
of the employees or agents of the Company;
(b)
providing at no charge, as specified from time to time by the Company, any needed
equipment, secured space, power, supporting structures, and conduit to operate
Company facilities and equipment installed on the premise of the Customer, and the
level of heating and air conditioning necessary to maintain the proper operating
environment on such premise;
(c)
obtaining, maintaining and otherwise having full responsibility for all rights-of-way
and conduit necessary for installation of fiber optic cable and associated equipment
used to provide communications Services to the Customer from the cable building
entrance or property line to the location of the equipment space described in Section
2.9.1 (b). Any and all costs associated with the obtaining and maintaining the rightsof-way described herein, including the costs of altering the structure to permit
installation of the Company provided facilities, shall be borne entirely by, or may be
charged by the Company, to the Customer; the Company may require the Customer
to demonstrate its compliance with this section prior to accepting an order for
Service;
(d)
providing a safe place to work and complying with all laws and regulations
regarding the working conditions on the premise at which Company employees and
agents shall be installing or maintaining the Company's facilities and equipment; the
Customer may be required to install and maintain Company facilities and equipment
within a hazardous area if, in the Company's opinion, injury or damage to the
Company employees or property might result from installation or maintenance by
the Company; the Customer shall be responsible for identifying, monitoring,
removing and disposing of any hazardous materials prior to any construction or
installation work;
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 20
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.9
Obligations of the Customer (Cont’d.)
2.9.1
(Cont’d.)
(e)
complying with all laws and regulations applicable to, and obtaining all consents,
approvals, licenses and permits as may be required with respect to, the location of
Company facilities and equipment in any Customer Premises or the rights-of-way
for which Customer is responsible under Section 2.9.1(c); and granting or obtaining
permission for Company agents or employees to enter the premise of the Customer
at any time for the purpose of installing, inspecting, maintaining, repairing, or upon
termination of Service as stated herein, removing the facilities or equipment of the
Company;
(f)
not creating or allowing to be placed any liens or other encumbrances on the
Company's equipment or facilities;
(g)
making Company facilities and equipment available periodically for maintenance
purposes at a time agreeable to both the Company and the Customer, such
agreement not to be reasonably withheld or denied. No allowance will be made for
the period during which Service is interrupted for such purposes;
(h)
taking all steps necessary to cancel or otherwise discontinue any Service(s) to be
replaced by any of the Company’s Service(s) as described herein; and ensuring that
any Customer-provided equipment and/or systems are properly interfaced with
Company facilities or Services, that the signals emitted into Company's network are
of the proper mode, bandwidth, power, and signal level for the intended use of the
Customer and in compliance with the criteria set forth in this tariff, and that the
signals do not damage equipment, injure personnel, or degrade Service to other
Customers.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 21
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.9
Obligations of the Customer (Cont’d.)
2.9.2
With regard to access Services provided by the Company, specific Customer responsibilities
include, but are not limited to the following:
(a)
Design of Customer Services
The Customer shall be responsible for its own expense for the overall design of its
services and for any redesigning or rearrangements of its services which may be
required because of changes in facilities, operations or procedures of the Company,
minimum protection criteria, or operating or maintenance characteristics of the
facilities.
(b)
Network Contingency Coordination
The Customer shall, in cooperation with the Company, coordinate in planning the
actions to be taken to maintain maximum network capability following natural or
man-made disasters which affect telecommunications Service.
(c)
Jurisdictional Reports
Customer must comply with applicable jurisdictional reporting requirements and
provide information required by the Company for the purpose of meeting its
applicable government reporting requirements, as identified by the Company.
Customers utilizing Access Service must provide its projected Percent Interstate
Usage (“PIU”) in whole numbers to the Company. These whole number percentages
will be used by the Company to apportion the use and/or charges between Interstate
and Intrastate and shall be relied on until a revised report is received as set forth
herein. Reported or default PIU factors may be used when call detail information is
insufficient to reasonably determine the appropriate jurisdiction of the traffic.
1)
Originating Access: Originating Access Minutes consist of traffic
originating from the Company’s Local Switching Center(s). The Customer
must provide the Company with a projected PIU factor on an annual basis.
If no PIU for originating minutes is submitted as specified herein, the
Company will apply a default PIU of 50%.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 22
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.9
Obligations of the Customer (Cont’d.)
2.9.2
(Cont’d.)
(c)
Jurisdictional Reports (Cont’d.)
2)
Terminating Access: Terminating Access Minutes consist of traffic
terminating to the Company Local Switching Center(s). The Customer must
provide the Company with a projected PIU factor on an annual basis. If no
PIU for terminating minutes is submitted as specified herein, the Company
will apply a default PIU of 50%.
3)
If the Company disputes the reasonableness of the PIU provided by the
Customer or the reported PIU varies by more than five percentage points
over the preceding PIU, the Company may ask the Customer to provide the
data used by the Customer to determine the projected percentage. The
Customer shall make accurate call detail records, from which the percentage
of Interstate and Intrastate use can be derived, available for inspection as
reasonably necessary for PIU verification. Such records shall be made
available for inspection within 15 days of the Company’s request for
verification. The Company may refuse to change the projected percentage
until sufficient evidence has been provided in support of the Customer’s
projection.
4)
The Percent Local Usage (“PLU”) factor is the percentage of Intrastate
terminating usage that is categorized as local jurisdiction. Where Customer
is an approved local service provider, then the Customer may report a PLU.
Customers developing and reporting a PLU shall inform Company of the
methodology used to determine the billed minutes that are jurisdictionally
local and the methodology used to determine the total Intrastate billed
minutes.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 23
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.9
Obligations of the Customer (Cont’d.)
2.9.2
(Cont’d.)
(d)
Jurisdictional Audits
1)
The Customer shall keep sufficient detail from which the percentages of
Interstate and Intrastate use reported to the Company can be verified and
upon request of the Company make such records available for inspection
and audit. The Customer must maintain these records for 24 months from
the date the report became effective for billing purposes.
2)
Initiation of an audit will be at the sole discretion of the Company. The
audit shall be performed by an independent party selected by the Company.
An audit may be initiated by the Company for Customer no more than once
per year. Customer shall supply the required data within 30 calendar days of
the Company request.
3)
In the event that an audit reveals that Customer’s reported PIU was
incorrect, the Company shall apply the audit result to all usage affected by
the audit. The Customer shall be backbilled or credited as appropriate, for a
period retroactive to the date that the incorrect percentage was reported, but
not to exceed 24 months. Backbilled amounts may be subject to a late
payment penalty and payment shall be made in immediately available
funds, within 30 days from receipt of bill or by the following bill date,
whichever is a shorter period.
4)
Should an audit reveal that the misreported percentage(s) of use has resulted
in an underpayment of access charges to the Company of five percent or
more of the total Switched Access Services bill, the Customer shall
reimburse the Company for the cost of the audit. Proof of cost shall be the
bills, in reasonable detail, submitted to the Company by the auditor.
5)
Within 15 days of completion of the auditor's report, the Company will
furnish a copy of the audit results to the person designated by the Customer
to receive such results.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 24
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.10
Billing and Payment For Service
2.10.1 Responsibility for Charges
The Customer is responsible for payment of all charges for Services and equipment
furnished to the Customer for transmission of Calls via the Company. In particular and
without limitation to the foregoing, the Customer is responsible for any and all cost(s)
incurred as the result of:
(a)
any delegation of authority resulting in the use of Customer's communications
equipment and/or network services which result in the placement of Calls via the
Company;
(b)
any and all use of the Service arrangement provided by the Company, including
Calls which the Customer did not individually authorize;
(c)
any Calls placed by or through the Customer's equipment via any remote access
feature(s);
2.10.2 Minimum Period
The minimum period for which Services are provided and for which rates and charges are
applicable is one (1) month unless otherwise specified in this tariff or by mutually agreed
upon contract. When a Service is discontinued prior to the expiration of the minimum period,
charges are applicable, whether the Service is used or not.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 25
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.10
Billing and Payment For Service (Cont’d.)
2.10.3 Payment for Service
A.
All charges due by the Customer are payable to the Company or any agent duly
authorized to receive such payments. Terms of payment shall be according to the
rules and regulations of the Company or its agent and subject to the rules of
regulatory bodies having jurisdiction.
B.
Non-Recurring Charges for installations, Service connections, moves or
rearrangements are due and payable upon receipt of the Company’s invoice by the
Customer. At the Company's discretion, payment of all or a portion of any NonRecurring Charges may be required prior to commencement of facility or equipment
installation or construction required to provide the Services requested by the
Customer.
C.
The Company shall present invoices for Recurring Charges monthly to the
Customer, in advance of the month in which Service is provided or as otherwise
agreed in writing by the Company and the Customer.
D.
When billing is based upon Customer usage, usage charges will be billed monthly in
arrears for Service provided in the preceding billing period, or as otherwise agreed
in writing by the Company and the Customer.
E.
Customer billing will begin on the Service Commencement Date. Billing accrues
through and includes the day that the Service, circuit, arrangement or component is
discontinued.
F.
When Service does not begin on the first day of the month, or end on the last day of
the month, the charge for the fraction of the month in which Service was furnished
will be calculated on a pro-rata basis. For this purpose, every month is considered to
have 30 days.
G.
Amounts not paid within 30 days of invoice date will be considered past due.
H.
Company reserves the right to bill Customer for any unbilled Recurring, NonRecurring, or usage charges for any prior periods.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
1st Revised Page 26
Cancels Original Page 26
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.10
Billing and Payment For Service (Cont’d.)
2.10.4 Disputed Charges
A.
Any objections to billed charges should be reported to the Company or its billing (C)
agent within sixty (60) days of the invoice date of the bill issued to the Customer.
Adjustments to Customers' bills shall be made to the extent that circumstances exist
which reasonably indicate that such changes are appropriate.
B.
In the event that a billing dispute occurs concerning any charges billed to the
Customer by the Company, the Customer must submit a documented claim for the
disputed amount. The Customer will submit all documentation as may reasonably be
required to support the claim. All claims must be submitted to the Company within
sixty (60) days of the invoice date of the bill for the disputed Services.
(D)
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(D)
C.
If the dispute is resolved in favor of the Customer, and the Customer has withheld
the disputed amount, no interest credits or penalties will apply.
D.
If the dispute is resolved in favor of the Company and the Customer has withheld
the disputed amount, any payments withheld pending settlement of the disputed
amount shall be subject to the late payment penalty as set forth in Section 2.10.5.
E.
If the dispute is resolved in favor of the Customer and the Customer has paid the
disputed amount, the Customer will receive an interest credit from the Company for
the disputed amount times a late factor as set forth in Section 2.10.5.
F.
If the dispute is resolved in favor of the Company and the Customer has paid the
disputed amount on or before the payment due date, no interest credit or penalties
will apply.
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 27
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.10
Billing and Payment For Service (Cont’d.)
2.10.5 Late Payment Fees
A late payment charge of 1.5% per month, or the highest rate permitted by applicable law,
whichever is less, shall be due to the Company for any billed amount for which payment has
not been received by the Company within thirty (30) days of the invoice date of the
Company's invoice for Service, or if any portion of the payment is received by the Company
in funds which are not immediately available upon presentment.
2.10.6 Returned Check Charge
A service charge equal to $25.00, or the actual fee incurred by Company from a bank or
financial institution, whichever is greater, will be assessed for all checks returned by a bank
or other financial institution for: insufficient or uncollected funds, closed account, apparent
tampering, missing signature or endorsement, or any other insufficiency or discrepancy
necessitating return of the instrument at the discretion of the drawee bank or other financial
institution.
2.11
Taxes, Surcharges and Fees
2.11.1 Any applicable state and local taxes (i.e., gross receipts tax, sales tax, municipal utilities tax)
are listed as separate line items on the Customer's bill and are not included in the quoted
rates and charges set forth in this tariff. To the extent that a municipality, other political
subdivision or local agency of government, or Commission imposes upon and collects from
the Company a gross receipts tax, sales tax, occupation tax, license tax, permit fee, rights-ofway fee, franchise fee, or other regulatory fee or tax, such and fees and taxes shall, insofar as
practicable and allowed by law, be billed pro rata to Customers receiving Service from the
Company within the territorial limits of such municipality, other political subdivision or
local agency of government. It shall be the responsibility of the Customer to pay any such
taxes and fees that subsequently become applicable retroactively.
2.11.2 The Company may adjust its rates and charges or impose additional rates and charges on its
Customers in order to recover amounts it is required by governmental or quasi-governmental
authorities to collect from or pay to others in support of statutory or regulatory programs.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 28
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.12
Deposits and Advanced Payments
2.12.1 General
The Company reserves the right to validate the creditworthiness of Customers and billed
parties through available verification procedures. Where a Customer’s creditworthiness is
unacceptable to the Company, Company may refuse to provide Service, require a deposit or
advance payment, or otherwise restrict or interrupt Service to a Customer.
2.12.2 Deposits
A.
To safeguard its interests, the Company may require the Customer to make a deposit
to be held as a guarantee for the payment of charges under Commission rules. A
deposit may be required if the Customer’s financial condition is not acceptable to
the Company or is not a matter of general knowledge. A deposit does not relieve the
Customer of the responsibility for the prompt payment of bills on presentation. A
deposit may be required in addition to an advance payment.
B.
The maximum amount of any deposit shall not exceed the equivalent of the
customers estimated liability for two (2) months of Service.
C.
The Company will pay interest on deposits, to accrue from the date the deposit is
made until it has been refunded, or until a reasonable effort has been made to effect
refund. The Company will pay interest at the rate prescribed by the Commission or
as otherwise permitted by applicable law.
D.
If the amount of a deposit is proven to be less than required to meet the requirements
specified above, the Customer shall be required to pay an additional deposit upon
request.
E.
Upon discontinuance of Service, the Company shall promptly refund the Customer's
deposit plus accrued interest, or the balance, if any, in excess of the unpaid bills
including any penalties assessed for Service furnished by the Company.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 29
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.12
Deposits and Advanced Payments (Cont’d.)
2.12.3 Advance Payments
To safeguard its interests, the Company may require a Customer to make an advance
payment before Services are furnished. The advance payment will not exceed an amount
equal to one (1) month’s estimated billing. This will be applied against the next month's
charges and a new advance payment may be collected for the next month, if necessary.
Advance payments do not accrue interest. An advance payment may be required in addition
to a deposit.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
1st Revised Page 30
Cancels Original Page 30
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.13
Cancellation by Customer
2.13.1 General
A.
Customers of the Company's Service may cancel Service by providing the Company
with written notification thirty (30) days prior to the requested cancellation date. The
Company shall hold the Customer responsible for payment of all bills for Service
furnished until the cancellation date specified by the Customer or until thirty (30)
days after the date that the cancellation notice is received, whichever is later.
B.
Customers seeking to cancel Service have an affirmative obligation to provide for (C)
alternate routing of traffic originating from or terminating to the Company’s (C)
network. By originating traffic from or terminating traffic to the Company’s
network, the Customer will have constructively ordered the Company’s Switched
Access Service.
2.13.2 Cancellation of Contract Services
A.
If a Customer cancels a Service Order or terminates Services before the completion
of the term or where the Customer breaches the terms in the Service contract, the
Customer may be requested by the Company to pay to Company termination
liability charges. These charges shall become due and owing as of the effective date
of the cancellation or termination. Unless otherwise specified in this tariff, the
termination liability shall be equal to:
(a)
all unpaid Non-Recurring Charges reasonably expended by the Company to
establish Service to Customer, plus;
(b)
any disconnection, early cancellation or termination charges reasonably
incurred and paid to third parties by the Company on behalf of Customer,
plus;
(c)
all Recurring Charges specified in the applicable Service Order for the
balance of the then current term.
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 31
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.13
Cancellation by Customer (Cont’d.)
2.13.3 Cancellation of Application for Service
A.
Where the Company permits the Customer to cancel an application for Service prior
to the start of Service or prior to any special construction, no charges will be
imposed except for those specified below.
B.
Where, prior to cancellation by the Customer, the Company incurs any expenses in
installing the Service or in preparing to install the Service that it otherwise would
not have incurred, a charge equal to the costs the Company incurred, less net
salvage, shall apply, but in no case shall this charge exceed the sum of the charge for
the minimum period of Services ordered, including installation charges, and all
charges others levy against the Company that would have been chargeable to the
Customer had Service begun.
C.
Where the Company incurs any expense in connection with special construction, or
where special arrangements of facilities or equipment have begun, before the
Company receives a cancellation notice, a charge equal to the costs incurred, less net
salvage, may apply. In such cases, the charge will be based on such elements as the
cost of the equipment, facilities, and material, the cost of installation, engineering,
labor, and supervision, general and administrative expense, other disbursements,
depreciation, maintenance, taxes, provision for return on investment, and any other
costs associated with the special construction or arrangements.
D.
The charges described above will be calculated and applied on a case-by-case basis.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 32
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.14
Cancellation by Company
2.14.1 Service continues to be provided until canceled by the Customer pursuant to Section 2.13 or
until discontinued by the Company. The Company may render bills subsequent to the
termination of Service for charges incurred before termination. The Customer shall pay such
bills in full in accordance with the payment terms of this tariff.
2.14.2 The Company may refuse or discontinue Service to a Customer without notice under the
following conditions:
(a)
For violation of law or this tariff: Except as provided elsewhere in this tariff, the
Company may refuse, suspend or cancel Service, without notice, for any violation of
terms of this tariff, for any violation of any law, rule, regulation, order, decree or
policy of any government authority of competent jurisdiction, or by reason of any
order or decision of a court or other government authority having jurisdiction which
prohibits the Company from furnishing such Service or prohibits Customer from
subscribing to, using, or paying for such Service.
(b)
For the Company to comply with any order or request of any governmental authority
having jurisdiction: The Company may refuse, suspend or cancel Service, without
notice, in order to permit the Company to comply with any order or request of any
governmental authority having jurisdiction.
(c)
In the event of Customer or Authorized User’s use of equipment in such a manner as
to adversely affect the Company's equipment or Service to others.
(d)
In the event of tampering with the equipment or Services of the Company or its
agents.
(e)
In the event of unauthorized or fraudulent use of Service. Whenever Service is
discontinued for fraudulent use of Service, the Company may, to the extent that
Company opts to restore such Service, require the Customer to make, at Customer’s
own expense, all changes in facilities or equipment necessary to eliminate illegal use
and to pay an amount reasonably estimated as the loss in revenues resulting from
such fraudulent use.
(f)
If any of the facilities, appliances, or apparatus on Customer's Premises are found to
be unsafe or causing harm to the Company's facilities, and may refuse to furnish
Service until the applicant or Customer shall have remedied the condition.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 33
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.14
Cancellation by Company (Cont’d.)
2.14.3 The Company may refuse or discontinue Service provided that, unless otherwise stated, the
Customer shall be given five (5) days written notice to comply with any rule or remedy any
deficiency:
(a)
For nonpayment: The Company, by written notice to the Customer and in
accordance with applicable law, may refuse, suspend or cancel Service without
incurring any liability when there is an unpaid balance for Service that is past due.
(b)
For returned checks: The Customer whose check or draft is returned unpaid for any
reason, after two attempts at collection, may, at the Company’s discretion, be subject
to refusal, suspension or cancellation of Service in the same manner as provided for
nonpayment of overdue charges.
(c)
For neglect or refusal to provide reasonable access to the Company or its agents for
the purpose of inspection and maintenance of equipment owned by the Company or
its agents.
(d)
For Customer use or Customer's permitting use of obscene, profane or grossly
abusive language over the Company's facilities, and who, after five (5) days notice,
fails, neglects or refuses to cease and refrain from such practice or to prevent the
same, and to remove its property from the Premises of such person.
(e)
For use of Service for any property or purpose other than that described in the
application.
(f)
For Customer's breach of any contract for Service between the Company and the
Customer.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 34
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.15
Restoration of Service
2.15.1 If Service has been discontinued for nonpayment or as otherwise provided herein and the
Customer wishes Service continued, Service may be restored at the Company's sole
discretion, when all past due amounts are paid or the event giving rise to the discontinuance
(if other than nonpayment) is corrected. Customers whose Service was disconnected for nonpayment may be required to pay a deposit and/or advance payment prior to Service
restoration.
2.15.2 A restoration fee of $25.00, or the actual costs incurred by the Company plus an
administrative charge, whichever is greater, applies to Customers whose Service is restored
following disconnection by the Company.
2.15.3 Restoration of disrupted Services shall be in accordance with applicable Commission and/or
Federal Communications Commission Rules and Regulations specified in Part 64, Subpart
D, which specify the priority system for such activities.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 35
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.16
Provision of Company Equipment and Facilities
2.16.1 The Company shall use reasonable efforts to maintain only the facilities and equipment that
it furnishes to the Customer. The Customer may not, nor may the Customer permit others to,
rearrange, disconnect, remove, attempt to repair, or otherwise interfere with any of the
facilities or equipment installed by the Company, except upon the written consent of the
Company.
2.16.2 The Company may substitute, change or rearrange any equipment or facility at any time and
from time to time, but shall not thereby alter the technical parameters of the Service provided
the Customer.
2.16.3 Equipment the Company provides or installs at the Customer Premises shall not be used for
any purpose other than that for which the equipment is provided.
2.16.4 The Company shall not be responsible for the installation, operation, or maintenance of any
Customer-provided communications equipment. Where such equipment is connected to the
facilities furnished under this tariff, the responsibility of the Company shall be limited to the
furnishing of facilities offered under this tariff and to the maintenance and operation of such
facilities. Subject to this responsibility, the Company shall not be responsible for:
(a)
the transmission of signals by Customer-provided equipment or for the quality of, or
defects in, such transmission; or
(b)
the reception of signals by Customer-provided equipment; or
(c)
network control signaling where such signaling is performed by Customer-provided
network control signaling equipment.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 36
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.17
Interconnection
2.17.1 Service furnished by the Company may be interconnected with services or facilities of other
authorized communications service providers and with private systems, subject to technical
limitations established by the Company. Service furnished by the Company is not part of a
joint undertaking with such other providers or systems. Any special interface equipment or
facilities necessary to achieve compatibility between the facilities of Company and other
participating providers shall be provided at the Customer's expense.
2.17.2 Connection with the facilities or services of other carriers shall be under the applicable terms
and conditions of the other carriers’ tariffs. The Customer is responsible for taking all
necessary legal steps for interconnecting Customer-provided Terminal Equipment or systems
with Company's facilities. Customer shall secure all licenses, permits, rights-of-way, and
other arrangements necessary for such interconnection.
2.17.3 The Customer shall ensure that the facilities or equipment provided by another carrier are
properly interconnected with the facilities or equipment of the Company. If the Customer
maintains or operates the interconnected facilities or equipment in a manner which results or
may result in harm to the Company's facilities, equipment, personnel, or the quality of
Service, the Company may, upon five (5) days written notice, require the use of protective
equipment at the Customer's expense. If this written notice fails to eliminate the actual or
potential harm, the Company may, upon additional five (5) days written notice, terminate the
existing Service of the Customer.
2.17.4 If harm to the Company’s network, personnel or Services is imminent due to interconnection
with another carrier's services, the Company reserves the right to shut down Customer’s
Service immediately, with no prior notice required.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 37
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.18
Customer-Provided Equipment
2.18.1 A user may transmit any form of signal that is compatible with the Company's equipment,
but the Company does not represent that its Services will be suitable for any purposes except
as specifically stated in this tariff.
2.18.2 Terminal Equipment on the user's Premises and the electric power consumed by such
equipment shall be provided by and maintained at the expense of the Customer. The
Customer is responsible for the provision of wiring or cable to connect its Terminal
Equipment to the Company’s network.
2.18.3 The Customer is responsible for ensuring that Customer-provided equipment connected to
Company equipment and facilities is compatible with such equipment and facilities. The
magnitude and character of the voltages and currents impressed on Company-provided
equipment and wiring by the connection, operation, or maintenance of such equipment and
wiring shall be such as not to cause damage to the Company-provided equipment and wiring
or injury to the Company's employees or to other persons. Any additional protective
equipment required to prevent such damage or injury shall be provided by the Company at
the Customer's expense, subject to prior Customer approval of the equipment expense.
2.18.4 Upon suitable notification to the Customer, and at a reasonable time, the Company may
make such tests and inspections as may be necessary to determine that the Customer is
complying with the requirements under this Section 2.18 for the installation, operation, and
maintenance of Customer-provided facilities, equipment, and wiring in the connection of
Customer-provided facilities and equipment to Company-owned facilities and equipment.
2.18.5 If the protective requirements for Customer-provided equipment are not being complied
with, the Company may take such action as it deems necessary to protect its facilities,
equipment, and personnel. The Company may, upon five (5) days written notice, require the
use of additional protective equipment at the Customer's expense. If this written notice fails
to remedy any protective deficiencies or potential harm, the Company may, upon additional
five (5) days written notice, terminate the existing Service of the Customer.
2.18.6 If harm to the Company’s network, personnel or Services is imminent, the Company reserves
the right to shut down Customer’s Service immediately, with no prior notice required.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 38
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.19
Inspection, Testing and Adjustments
2.19.1 The Company may, upon reasonable notice, conduct such tests and inspections as may be
necessary to determine whether the terms and conditions of this tariff are being complied
with in the installation, operation or maintenance of the Customer's or the Company's
facilities or equipment. The Company may interrupt Service at any time, without penalty or
liability, due to the departure from or reasonable suspicion of the departure from any of these
terms and conditions.
2.19.2 Upon reasonable notice, the facilities or equipment provided by the Company shall be made
available to the Company for such tests and adjustments as may be necessary for their
maintenance in a condition satisfactory to the Company. No interruption allowance shall be
granted for the time during which such tests and adjustments are made, unless such
interruption exceeds twenty-four hours in length and is requested by the Customer.
2.19.3 The Company will provide the Customer reasonable notification of Service-affecting
activities that may occur in normal operation of its business. Such activities may include, but
are not limited to, equipment or facilities additions, removals or rearrangements and routine
preventative maintenance. Generally, such activities are not specific to an individual
Customer but affect many Customers' Services. No specific advance notification period
applies to all Service activities. The Company will work cooperatively with the Customer to
determine the reasonable notification requirements. With some emergency or unplanned
Service-affecting conditions, such as an outage resulting from cable damage, notification to
the Customer may not be possible.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 39
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.20
Allowances for Interruptions in Service
2.20.1 General
A.
Upon the written request of the Customer, delivered to the Company no later than
thirty (30) days following the date of Service interruption, a credit allowance will be
given when Service is interrupted, except as specified in Section 2.20.2 following. A
Service is interrupted when it becomes inoperative to the Customer, e.g., the
Customer is unable to transmit or receive, because of a failure of a component
furnished by the Company under this tariff.
B.
An interruption period begins when the Customer reports to the Company a Service,
facility or circuit is inoperative and, if necessary, releases it for testing and repair by
the Company, as determined in its sole and reasonable discretion. An interruption
period ends when the Service, facility or circuit is operative.
C.
If the Customer reports a Service, facility or circuit to be interrupted but declines to
release it for testing and repair, refuses access to its Premises for test and repair by
the Company, or continues to make voluntary use of the Service, the Service, facility
or circuit is considered to be impaired but not interrupted. No credit allowances will
be made for a Service, facility or circuit considered by the Company to be impaired.
D.
The Customer shall be responsible for the payment of service charges for visits by
the Company's agents or employees to the Premises of the Customer when the
Service difficulty or trouble report results from the use of equipment or facilities
provided by any party other than the Company, including but not limited to the
Customer.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 40
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.20
Allowances for Interruptions in Service (Cont’d.)
2.20.2 Limitations of Allowances
A.
No credit allowance will be made for any interruption in Service:
(a)
due to the negligence of or noncompliance with the provisions of this tariff
by any person or entity other than the Company, including but not limited to
the Customer;
(b)
due to the failure of power, equipment, systems, connections or Services not
provided by the Company;
(c)
due to circumstances or causes beyond the reasonable control of the
Company;
(d)
during any period in which the Company is not given full and free access to
its facilities and equipment for the purposes of investigating and correcting
interruptions;
(e)
during any period when the Customer has released Service to the Company
for maintenance purposes or for implementation of a Customer order for a
change in Service arrangements;
(f)
that occurs or continues due to the Customer's failure to authorize
replacement of any element of special construction; and
(g)
that was not reported to the Company within 30 days of the date that
Service was affected.
(h)
Cellular and other wireless transmission is subject to interruptions including
but not limited to, dropped Calls, interrupted Calls, unintelligible Calls,
one-way audio and other problems created by factors beyond Company’s
control. Under no circumstances will Company provide credit or payment
of any kind for Calls which experience problems related to cellular
(wireless) transmissions.
2.20.3 Use of Another Means of Communications
If the Customer elects to use another means of communications during the period of
interruption, the Customer is responsible for payment of any charges for the alternative
service used.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 41
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.20
Allowances for Interruptions in Service (Cont’d.)
2.20.4 Application of Credits for Interruptions in Service
A.
Except as provided in Section 2.20.2 A., if a Customer’s Service is interrupted, and
it remains interrupted for eight (8) normal working hours or longer after access to
the Premises is made available and after being reported to be out of order,
appropriate adjustments or refunds shall be made to the Customer if such adjustment
exceeds $1.00.
B.
The amount of adjustment or refund shall be determined on the basis of the known
period of interruption, generally beginning from the time the Service interruption is
first reported. The refund to the Customer shall be a pro rata part of the month’s flat
rate charges (if any) for the period of days and that portion of the Service or
facilities rendered useless or inoperative. The refund may be accomplished by a
credit on a subsequent bill for the Service.
C.
For purposes of credit computation every month shall be considered to have seven
hundred and twenty (720) hours. For Services with a monthly Recurring Charge, no
credit shall be allowed for an interruption of continuous duration of less than eight
(8) hours. The Customer shall be credited for an interruption of eight (8) or more
hours at the rate of 1/720th of the monthly charge for the Services affected for each
day that the interruption continues. The formula used for computation of credits is as
follows:
Credit = A/720 x B
A = outage time in hours (must be 8 or more)
B = total monthly Recurring Charge for affected Service.
D.
No credits will be provided for usage sensitive Services.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 42
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.21
Notices and Communications
2.21.1 The Customer shall designate on the Service Order, or shall otherwise provide, an address to
which the Company shall mail or deliver all notices and other communications, except that
Customer may also designate a separate address to which the Company's bills for Service
shall be mailed.
2.21.2 The Company shall designate on the Service Order an address to which the Customer shall
mail or deliver all notices and other communications, except that Company may designate a
separate address on bills for Service to which the Customer shall mail payment on that bill.
2.21.3 Notice of a pending disconnection of a Customer’s Service may contain the reason for the
notice, the date of the notice, a description of any remedies the Customer may make, the time
allotted for the Customer to make remedies (if any), and a toll free customer service number
the Customer may call to obtain additional information.
2.21.4 Except as otherwise stated in this tariff, all other notices or communications required to be
given under this tariff will be in writing.
2.21.5 Notices and other communications of either party, and all bills mailed by the Company, shall
be presumed to have been delivered to the other party on the second business day following
placement of the notice, communication or bill with the U.S. mail or a private delivery
service, prepaid and properly addressed, or when actually received or refused by the
addressee, whichever occurs first.
2.21.6 The Company or the Customer shall advise the other party of any changes to the addresses
designated for notices, other communications or billing, by following the procedures for
giving notice set forth herein.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 43
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.22
Mixed Interstate and Intrastate Switched Access Services
2.22.1 When mixed Interstate and Intrastate Switched Access Service is provided, all charges,
including Non-Recurring Charges, usage charges, and optional features will be prorated
between Interstate and Intrastate. The percentage provided in the reports as set forth in
Section 2.9.2 preceding will serve as the basis for prorating the charges. The percentage of
an access Service to be charged as interstate is applied in the following manner:
(a)
For Non-Recurring chargeable rate elements, multiply the PIU times the quantity of
chargeable elements times the interstate tariff rate per element.
(b)
For usage sensitive chargeable rate elements, multiply the PIU times actual use
(measured or Company assumed average use) times the interstate rate.
2.22.2 A similar calculation is then performed to determine the Intrastate portion of the bill.
2.22.3 The Company will charge the Intrastate terminating Switched Access rates to Customers for
those minutes lacking jurisdictional information that are in excess of a reasonable percentage
(10%) of minutes for which this information is not transmitted and if the Customer’s traffic
pattern disagrees with or does not contain information sufficient to confirm the Customer’s
reported PIU. For example, if 40% of a Customer's minutes sent to the Telephone Company
do not contain sufficient originating information to allow the Telephone Company to
determine the originating location, the Telephone Company would apply these provisions to
those minutes exceeding the 10% "floor," or 30% in this example.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 44
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 2 - RULES AND REGULATIONS (CONT’D.)
2.23
Determination of Jurisdiction of Mixed Interstate and Intrastate Dedicated Facilities
2.23.1 When mixed Interstate and Intrastate Service is provided over a dedicated facility, the
jurisdiction will be determined as follows. For jurisdictional reports required for Switched
Access, see Section 2.9.2.
(a)
If the Customer's estimate of the Interstate traffic on the Service equals more than
10% of the total traffic on that Service, the Service will be provided according to the
applicable rules and regulations of this tariff.
(b)
If the Customer's estimate of the Interstate traffic on the Service is 10% or less of the
total traffic on that Service, the Service will be provided according to the applicable
rules and regulations of the appropriate intrastate tariff.
(c)
If the percentage of Interstate traffic on the Service changes to the extent that it
alters the jurisdiction of the Service, the Customer must notify the Company of any
required change in status. The affected Service will revert to the appropriate
jurisdictional tariff within the next full billing cycle. Any applicable termination
liability will be transferred with the jurisdictional change of the Service.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 45
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE
3.1
General
3.1.1
Switched Access Service, which is available to Customers for their use in furnishing their
services to End Users, provides a two-point communications path between a Customer's
Premises and an End User's Premises. It provides for the use of common terminating,
switching and trunking facilities, and for the use of common subscriber plant of the
Company. Switched Access Service provides for the ability to originate Calls from an End
User's Premises to a Customer's Premises and to terminate Calls from a Customer's Premises
to an End User's Premises in the LATA where it is provided.
3.1.2
When a rate as set forth in this tariff is shown to more than two decimal places, the charges
will be determined using the rate shown. The resulting amount will then be rounded to the
nearest penny (i.e., rounded to two decimal places).
3.1.3
In the absence of an ASR as described in Section 3.4, delivery of Calls to, or acceptance of
Calls from, the Customer’s End User location(s) via Company-provided Switched Access
Services shall constitute a Constructive Order and an agreement by the Customer to purchase
the Company’s Switched Access Services as described and priced herein.
3.1.4
The Company shall assess and collect Switched Access rate elements under this tariff for
access services, regardless of whether the Company itself delivers such traffic to the called
party’s premises or the traffic is delivered to the called party’s premises by an affiliated or
unaffiliated provider of VoIP Service that does not itself seek to collect Switched Access
charges for the same traffic. The Company will not charge for functions not performed by
the Company or any affiliated or unaffiliated provider of VoIP Service. For purposes of this
provision, functions provided by the Company as part of transmitting telecommunications
between designated points using, in whole or in part, technology other than TDM
transmission in a manner that is comparable to a service offered by a local exchange carrier
constitutes the functional equivalent of carrier access service.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 46
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.2
Manner of Provision
3.2.1
Switched Access Service is furnished for originating and terminating Calls by the Customer.
3.2.2
Originating traffic type represents access capacity within a LATA for carrying traffic from
the End User to the Customer; and Terminating traffic type represents access capacity within
a LATA for carrying traffic from the Customer to the End User. When ordering capacity for
Switched Access Service, the Customer must at a minimum specify such access capacity in
terms of originating traffic type and/or terminating traffic type.
3.2.3
Switched Access is provisioned, at minimum, at the DS1 level and provides line-side or
trunk-side access to End Office Switches, for the Customer's use in originating and
terminating communications. Basic Switched Access Service will be provided with MultiFrequency In Band Signaling (SS7 is also available, where capabilities exist).
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 47
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.3
Rate Categories
There are four rate categories which apply to Switched Access Service:
3.3.1
Common Line
End Office Switching
Switched Transport
Toll-Free 8XX
Common Line
The Common Line rate category includes the charges related to the use of common lines by
Customers and End Users for Interstate access.
3.3.2
End Office Switching
The End Office Switching rate category includes the charges related to the use of end office
switching, the line terminations in the End Office Switch, the Signaling Transfer Point
("STP") costs, and the SS7 signaling function between the end office and the STP.
3.3.3
Switched Transport
The Switched Transport rate category includes the charges related to the transmission and
Tandem Switching facilities used for originating or terminating the Customer's
communications.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 48
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.3
Rate Categories (Cont’d.)
3.3.4
Toll-Free 8XX
The Toll-Free 8XX Database Query Charge, will apply for each Toll-Free 8XX Call Query
received at the Company's (or its provider’s) Toll-Free 8XX database.
Toll Free Inter-Exchange Delivery Service is a Switched Service in which the Company
transports Toll Free traffic originated by a third party who is not an End User or other user of
the Company’s Service through its wire center to an Interexchange Carrier Customer.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 49
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.4
Access Ordering
3.4.1
General
A.
Customers may order Switched Access through a Constructive Order, as defined
herein, or through an ASR. The format and terms of the ASR will be as specified in
the Industry Access Service Ordering Guidelines, unless otherwise specified herein.
B.
A Customer may order any number of Services of the same type and between the
same Premises on a single ASR. All details for Services for a particular order must
be identical.
C.
The Customer shall provide all information necessary for the Company to provide
and bill for the requested Service. When placing an order for Access Service, the
Customer shall provide the following minimum information:
D.
3.4.2
(a)
Customer name and Premises address(es);
(b)
Billing name and address (when different from Customer name and
address); and
(c)
Customer contact name(s) and telephone number(s) for the following
provisioning activities: order negotiation, order confirmation, interactive
design, installation and billing.
Service Order charges are as specified in Section 4.3.
Access Service Date Intervals
A.
Access Service is provided with Standard or Negotiated Intervals
B.
The Company will specify a firm order confirmation date and Service
Commencement Date contingent on the ASR being complete as received. To the
extent the Access Service can be made available with reasonable effort, the
Company will provide the Access Service in accordance with the Customer's
requested interval, subject to the following conditions:
(a)
For Service provided under a Standard Interval: The Standard Interval for
Switched Service will be sixty (60) business days from the Application
Date. This interval only applies to standard Service offerings where there
are pre-existing facilities to the Customer Premises. Access Services
provided under the Standard Interval will be installed during Company
business hours.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 50
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.4
Access Ordering (Cont’d.)
3.4.2
Access Service Date Intervals (Cont’d.)
B.
(Cont’d.)
(b)
C.
3.4.3
For Service provided under a Negotiated Interval: The Company will offer
a Service Date based on the type and quantity of Access Services the
Customer has requested. The Negotiated Interval may not exceed by more
than six months the Standard Interval Service Date, or, when there is no
Standard Interval, the Company offered Service Date, except as otherwise
agreed by the Company in writing. The Company will negotiate a Service
Date interval with the Customer when:
1)
The Customer requests a Service Date before or beyond the
applicable Standard Interval Service Date; or
2)
There is no existing facility connecting the Customer Premises with
the Company; or
3)
The Customer requests a Service that is not considered by the
Company to be a standard Service offering (for example, if
additional engineering or special construction is required to
complete the order); or
4)
The Company determines that Access Service cannot be installed
within the Standard Interval.
All Services for which rates are applied on an Individual Case Basis ("ICB") are
provided with a Negotiated Interval.
Access Service Request Modifications
The Customer may request a modification of its ASR prior to the Service Commencement
Date. All modifications must be in writing using the industry ASR process. The Company, in
its sole discretion, may accept a verbal modification from the Customer. The Company will
make every effort to accommodate a requested modification when it is able to do so with the
normal work force assigned to complete such an order within normal business hours.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 51
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.5
Special Construction or Special Service Arrangements
3.5.1
3.6
Subject to the agreement of the Company and to all of the regulations contained in this tariff,
special construction of Company facilities or development of special Service arrangements
may be undertaken by the Company on a reasonable-efforts basis at the request of the
Customer.
Obligations of the Company
3.6.1
With regard to access Services provided by the Company, specific Company responsibilities
include, but are not limited to the following:
(a)
Network Management
The Company will administer its network to ensure that provision of acceptable
service levels to all telecommunications users of the Company's network Services.
Generally, service levels are considered acceptable only when both End Users and
Customers are able to establish connections with minimal delay encountered within
the Company network. The Company maintains the right to apply protective
controls, i.e., those actions which selectively cancel the completion of traffic, over
any traffic carried over its network, including that associated with a Customer's
Switched Access Service. Generally, such protective measures would only be taken
as a result of occurrences such as a failure or overload of Company or Customer
facilities, natural disasters, mass calling or national security demands.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 52
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.6
Obligations of the Company (Cont’d.)
3.6.1
(Cont’d.)
(b)
Design and Traffic Routing of Switched Access Service
The Company shall design and determine the routing of Switched Access Service,
including the selection of the first point of switching and the selection of facilities
from the interface to any switching point and to the End Offices. The Company shall
also decide if capacity is to be provided by originating only, terminating only, or
two-way Trunk Groups. Finally, the Company will decide whether Trunk side
access will be provided through the use of two-wire or four-wire Trunk terminating
equipment.
Selection of facilities and equipment and traffic routing of the Service are based on
standard engineering methods, available facilities and equipment and the Company's
traffic routing plans. If the Customer desires different routing or directionality than
that determined by the Company, the Company will work cooperatively with the
Customer in determining (1) whether the Service is to be routed directly to an end
office or through an Access Tandem Switch and (2) the directionality of the Service.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 53
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.7
Obligations of the Customer
3.7.1
The Customer has certain specific obligations pertaining to the use of Switched Access
Service. These obligations are in addition to obligations specified in Section 2.9 of this tariff
and are as follows:
(a)
Report Requirements
Customers are responsible for providing the following reports to the Company,
when applicable and upon request:
1)
Jurisdictional Reports
When a Customer orders Switched Access Service for both Interstate and
Intrastate use, the Customer is responsible for providing reports as set forth
in Section 2.9.2(c) preceding. Charges will be apportioned in accordance
with those reports.
2)
Code Screening Reports
When a Customer orders service call routing, Trunk access limitation or call
gapping arrangements, the customer must report the number of Trunks
and/or the appropriate codes to be instituted in each end office or Access
Tandem Switch, for each of the arrangements ordered.
(b)
On and Off-Hook Supervision
The Customer’s facilities shall provide the necessary On and Off-Hook supervision
for accurate timing of Calls.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 54
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.8
Rate Regulations
3.8.1
General
There are three types of rates and charges that apply to Switched Access Service provided by
the Company. These are monthly Recurring Charges, usage charges, and Non-Recurring
Charges.
3.8.2
Types of Charges
A.
Non-Recurring Charges are one-time charges that apply for a specific work activity
(e.g., installation or change to an existing Service). Non-Recurring Charges may
apply for installation of Service, installation of optional features and Service
rearrangements.
B.
Recurring Charges are flat monthly rates that apply for each month or fraction
thereof, that a specific rate element is provided. For billing purposes, each month is
considered to have 30 days.
C.
Usage Charges are rates that apply only when a specific rate element is used. These
are applied on a per-access minute, a per-Call or per-Query basis. Usage rates are
accumulated over a monthly period.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 55
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.8
Rate Regulations (Cont’d.)
3.8.3
Measurement and Billing of Access Minutes
A.
When recording originating Calls over Switched Access with multi-frequency
address signaling, usage measurement begins when the first wink supervisory signal
is forwarded from the Customer's facilities. The measurement of originating Call
usage over Switched Access ends when the originating Switched Access entry
switch receives disconnect supervision from either the originating End User's End
Office (indicating that the originating End User has disconnected), or from the
Customer's facilities, whichever is recognized first by the entry switch.
B.
For terminating Calls over Switched Access with multi-frequency address signaling,
the measurement of Access Minutes begins when a seizure signal is received from
the Customer's Trunk Group at the Point of Presence within the LATA. The
measurement of terminating Call usage over Switched Access ends when a
disconnect signal is received, indicating that either the originating or terminating
user has disconnected.
C.
When recording originating Calls over Switched Access with SS7 signaling, usage
measurement begins with the transmission of the initial address message by the
switch for direct Trunk Groups and with the receipt of an exit message by the switch
for tandem Trunk Groups. The measurement of originating Switched Access usage
ends when the entry switch receives or sends a release message, whichever occurs
first.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 56
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.8
Rate Regulations (Cont’d.)
3.8.3
Measurement and Billing of Access Minutes (Cont’d.)
D.
For terminating Calls over Switched Access with SS7 signaling, the measurement of
Access Minutes begins when the terminating recording switch receives the initial
address message from the terminating access customer. On directly routed Trunk
Groups or on tandem routed Trunk Groups, the Company switch receives the initial
address message and sends the indication to the Customer in the form of an answer
message. The measurement of terminating Switched Access Call usage ends when
the entry switch receives or sends a release message, whichever occurs first.
E.
Mileage, if applicable, will be measured in accordance with standard industry
practices. The Company my use mileage surrogates in lieu of actual mileage.
F.
The Company will use the Small Exchange Carrier Access Billing ("SECAB")
guidelines, or the Carrier Access Billing System ("CABS") guidelines, or other
system that emulates or otherwise produces a reasonable substitute for the output of
SECAB or CABS, for billing all charges under this tariff. The Company will
provide billing using a hardcopy format or upon request, a mechanized medium
(e.g., cartridge tape, CD ROM, etc.). Bills will be accurate and contain sufficient
supporting details to allow Customers to account for the charges and to verify their
accuracy in a reasonable and timely fashion. Requests for additional bill detail will
be handled and priced on an Individual Case Basis ("ICB").
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 57
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.8
Rate Regulations (Cont’d.)
3.8.4
Moves
A.
B.
A move of Services involves a change in the physical location of one of the
following:
(a)
The Point of Termination at the Customer's Premises, or
(b)
The Customer's Premises
The charges for the move are dependent on whether the move is to a new location
within the same building or to a different building as described below:
(a)
Moves Within the Same Building
When the move is to a new location within the same building, the charge for
the move will be an amount equal to one half of the Non-Recurring Charge
for the capacity affected. There will be no change in the minimum period
requirements.
(b)
Moves to a Different Building
Moves to a different building will be treated as a discontinuance and start of
Service and all associated Non-Recurring Charges will apply. New
minimum period requirements will be established for the new Service. The
Customer will also remain responsible for satisfying all outstanding
minimum period charges for the discontinued Service.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 58
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 3 - SWITCHED ACCESS SERVICE (CONT’D.)
3.8
Rate Regulations (Cont’d.)
3.8.5
Service Rearrangements
A.
Service rearrangements are changes to existing Services which do not result in either
a change in the minimum period requirements or a change in the physical location of
the Point of Termination at the Customer's Premises or the Customer's End User's
Premises. Changes which result in the establishment of new minimum period
obligations are treated as disconnects and starts.
B.
The charge to the Customer for the Service rearrangement is dependent on whether
the change is administrative only in nature or involves an actual physical change to
the Service.
C.
Administrative changes will be made without charge(s) to the Customer. Such
changes require the continued provision and billing of the Access Service to the
same entity or change in jurisdiction.
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 59
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 - RATES
4.1
Access Service Rates and Charges – AT&T Territory
4.1.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.1.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.1.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.1.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.1.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.1.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
Transmittal No. 1
Issued: April 4, 2012
Effective: April 19, 2012
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1201
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
3rd Revised Page 60
Cancels 2nd Revised Page 60
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 - RATES (CONT’D.)
4.1
Access Service Rates and Charges – AT&T Territory (Cont’d.)
4.1.7
Tandem Switched Transport - Termination:
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
$0.0001680
$0.0001680
4.1.8
Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0000200
$0.0000200
4.1.9
Tandem Switching:
$0.0011450
$0.0011450
4.1.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
$0.0003800
$0.0003800
4.1.11 Common Trunk Port:
$0.0008000
$0.0000000
4.1.12 Local Switching:
$0.0021260
$0.0017750 (R)
4.1.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.1.14 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Number Delivery:
w/Complex Features (call handling & destination features)
w/POTS Translation:
w/POTS Translation & Complex Features:
$0.0042100
$0.0042960
$0.0038300
$0.0043100
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.1
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.2
Access Service Rates and Charges – Frontier Communications of the Carolinas Territory
4.2.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.2.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.2.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.2.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.2.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.2.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
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FCC Tariff No. 1
2nd Revised Page 60.2
Cancels 1st Revised Page 60.2
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.2
Access Service Rates and Charges – Frontier Communications of the Carolinas Territory (Cont’d.)
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
4.2.7 Tandem Switched Transport – Termination, per termination: $0.00000000 $0.0000000
4.2.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0000020
$0.0000020
4.2.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.0024000
$0.0024000
4.2.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.2.11 Common Trunk Port:
$0.0005352
$0.0000000
4.2.12 Local Switching:
$0.0020150
$0.00161091 (R)
4.2.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.2.14 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Number Delivery (Basic or Premium):
$0.00867680
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
(T)
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.3
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.3
Access Service Rates and Charges – Windstream Territory
4.3.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.3.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.3.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.3.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.3.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.3.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
2nd Revised Page 60.4
Cancels 1st Revised Page 60.4
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.3
Access Service Rates and Charges – Windstream Territory (Cont’d.)
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
4.3.7 Tandem Switched Transport – Termination, per termination: $0.00061500 $0.00061500
(T)
4.3.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.00024300
$0.00024300
4.3.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.00000000
$0.00000000
4.3.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
$0.00001700
$0.00001700
4.3.11 Common Trunk Port:
$0.00071800
$0.00030700 (R)
4.3.12 Local Switching:
$0.00398700
$0.00170470 (R)
4.3.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.00000000
$0.00000000
4.3.14 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Number Delivery:
Vertical Feature:
$0.00100000
$0.00120000
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.5
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.4
Access Service Rates and Charges – Bluffton Telephone Company Territory
4.4.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.4.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.4.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.4.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.4.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.4.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
1st Revised Page 60.6
Cancels Original Page 60.6
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.4
Access Service Rates and Charges – Bluffton Telephone Company Territory (Cont’d.)
4.4.7 Tandem Switched Transport - Termination:
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
$0.0001650
$0.0001650
4.4.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0000340
$0.0000340
4.4.9 Tandem Switching:
N/A
N/A
4.4.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
N/A
N/A
4.4.11 Common Trunk Port:
N/A
N/A
4.4.12 Local Switching:
$0.00357100 $0.00359500 (I)
4.4.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.00000000 $0.00000000
4.4.14 Information Surcharge
$0.00002415
$0.00000000 (R)
4.4.15 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Basic:
Vertical Feature:
$0.0026
$0.0027
Transmittal No. 5
Issued: July 16, 2014
Effective: July 31, 2014
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1405
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FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.7
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.5
Access Service Rates and Charges – Home Telephone ILEC, LLC Territory
4.5.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.5.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.5.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.5.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.5.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.5.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
2nd Revised Page 60.8
Cancels 1st Revised Page 60.8
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.5
Access Service Rates and Charges – Home Telephone ILEC, LLC Territory (Cont’d.)
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
4.5.7 Tandem Switched Transport – Termination, per termination: $0.0013090
$0.0013090
4.5.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0002510
$0.0002510
4.5.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.5.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
N/A
N/A
4.5.11 Common Trunk Port:
N/A
N/A
4.5.12 Local Switching:
$0.0101400
$0.0067300 (R)
4.5.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.5.14 Information Surcharge
$0.00003829
$0.0000000
4.5.15 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Basic:
Vertical Feature:
$0.0050
$0.0052
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
(T)
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.9
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.6
Access Service Rates and Charges – Fort Mill Telephone Territory
4.6.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.6.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.6.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.6.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.6.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.6.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
1st Revised Page 60.10
Cancels Original Page 60.10
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.6
Access Service Rates and Charges – Fort Mill Telephone Territory (Cont’d.)
4.6.7 Tandem Switched Transport - Termination:
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
$0.0010430
$0.0010430
4.6.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0002020
$0.0002020
4.6.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.0019460
$0.0019460
4.6.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
N/A
N/A
4.6.11 Common Trunk Port:
N/A
N/A
4.6.12 Local Switching:
$0.0035940
$0.0036630 (I)
4.6.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.6.14 Information Surcharge
$0.00006902
$0.0000000 (R)
4.6.15 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Basic:
Vertical Feature:
$0.0051
$0.0056
Transmittal No. 5
Issued: July 16, 2014
Effective: July 31, 2014
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1405
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d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.11
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.7
Access Service Rates and Charges – Horry Telephone Cooperative Territory
4.7.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.7.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.7.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.7.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.7.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.7.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
1st Revised Page 60.12
Cancels Original Page 60.12
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.7
Access Service Rates and Charges – Horry Telephone Cooperative Territory (Cont’d.)
4.7.7 Tandem Switched Transport - Termination:
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
$0.0013490
$0.0013490
4.7.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0003380
$0.0003380
4.7.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.0080830
$0.0080830
4.7.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
N/A
N/A
4.7.11 Common Trunk Port:
N/A
N/A
4.7.12 Local Switching:
$0.0043000
$0.0044000 (I)
4.7.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.7.14 Information Surcharge
$0.00006631
$0.0000000 (R)
4.7.15 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Basic:
Vertical Feature:
$0.0050
$0.0052
Transmittal No. 5
Issued: July 16, 2014
Effective: July 31, 2014
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1405
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Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.13
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.8
Access Service Rates and Charges – Hargray Telephone Company Territory
4.8.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.8.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.8.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.8.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.8.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.8.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
2nd Revised Page 60.14
Cancels 1st Revised Page 60.14
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.8
Access Service Rates and Charges – Hargray Telephone Company Territory (Cont’d.)
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
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4.8.7 Tandem Switched Transport – Termination, per termination: $0.0005570
$0.0005570
4.8.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0001370
$0.0001370
4.8.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.0090060
$0.0090060
4.8.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
N/A
N/A
4.8.11 Common Trunk Port:
N/A
N/A
4.8.12 Local Switching:
$0.0095290
$0.0065140 (R)
4.8.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.8.14 Information Surcharge
$0.00001360
$0.0000000
4.8.15 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Basic:
Vertical Feature:
$0.004988
$0.005192
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.15
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.9
Access Service Rates and Charges – Farmers Telephone Cooperative Territory
4.9.1
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.9.2
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.9.3
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.9.4
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.9.5
[Reserved for Future Use]
4.9.6
[Reserved for Future Use]
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Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
2nd Revised Page 60.16
Cancels 1st Revised Page 60.16
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.9
Access Service Rates and Charges – Farmers Telephone Cooperative Territory (Cont’d.)
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
4.9.7 Tandem Switched Transport – Termination, per termination: $0.0013990 $0.0013990
4.9.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.0003230
$0.0003230
4.9.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.0118060
$0.0118060
4.9.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
N/A
N/A
4.9.11 Common Trunk Port:
N/A
N/A
4.9.12 Local Switching:
$0.0061600
$0.0054180 (R)
4.9.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.0000000
$0.0000000
4.9.14 Information Surcharge
$0.00009547 $0.0000000
4.9.15 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Basic:
Vertical Feature:
$0.0077
$0.0084
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
(T)
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60.17
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.10
Access Service Rates and Charges – PBT Telecom Territory
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4.10.1 [Reserved for Future Use]
4.10.2 [Reserved for Future Use]
4.10.3 [Reserved for Future Use]
4.10.4 [Reserved for Future Use]
4.10.5 [Reserved for Future Use]
4.10.6 [Reserved for Future Use]
Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
2nd Revised Page 60.18
Cancels 1st Revised Page 60.18
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 – RATES (CONT’D.)
4.10
Access Service Rates and Charges – PBT Telecom Territory (Cont’d.)
Per access minute
Originating
Terminating
4.10.7 Tandem Switched Transport – Termination, per termination: $0.00223400 (I) $0.00223400 (I) (T)
4.10.8 Tandem Switched Transport - Facility, per mile:
$0.00043000 (I) $0.00043000 (I)
4.10.9 Tandem Switching:
$0.00563500 (I) $0.00563500 (I)
4.10.10 Common Transport Multiplexing:
N/A
N/A
4.10.11 Common Trunk Port:
N/A
N/A
4.10.12 Local Switching:
$0.01439800 (I) $0.00798800 (R)
4.10.13 Carrier Common Line
$0.00000000
4.10.14 Information Surcharge
$0.00052800 (I) $0.00000000
$0.00000000
4.10.15 Database Charges
Per query
800 Access
Basic:
Vertical Feature:
$0.005700 (I)
$0.006300 (I)
Transmittal No. 6
Issued: July 16, 2015
Effective: July 31, 2015
Issued By:
Michael Quinn, Group Vice President & General Counsel Regulatory
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1506
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
1st Revised Page 61
Cancels Original Page 61
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 4 - RATES (CONT’D.)
4.11
Service Order Charges
Service Order Charges are Non-Recurring charges to recover the administrative costs associated with
initiating Access Service.
4.11.1 Service Implementation
(T)
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All Territories
Access Order Charge
Per Access Request:
4.11.2 Per Query:
$60.00
All Territories
$25.00
(T)
(T)
All Territories
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4.11.3 Design Change/Partial Cancellation Charge:
Per Access Order:
$50.00
Transmittal No. 3
Issued: August 30, 2013
Effective: August 31, 2013
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1303
Time Warner Cable Information Services (South Carolina), LLC
d/b/a Time Warner Cable
FCC Tariff No. 1
2nd Revised Page 62
Cancels 1st Revised Page 62
INTERSTATE ACCESS SERVICES TARIFF
SECTION 5 - MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES AND CHARGES
5.1
Federal Subscriber Line Charge
The Company recovers some of the costs of the telephone line or trunk connected to the Customer’s
Premises through a monthly charge called the Federal Subscriber Line Charge. The Federal
Subscriber Line Charge is a monthly, flat-rated charge assessed to End Users for each local exchange
service line or trunk.
Monthly Rates
Residential
Primary, per line or trunk:
Non-Primary, per line or trunk:
$0.00
$0.00
Business
Single line, per line or trunk (all calling plans):
Multi-line, per line or trunk (all calling plans):
ISDN PRI, per facility (full or fractional):
$6.50 (I)
$7.50 (I)
$37.50 (I)
Transmittal No. 4
Issued: June 13, 2014
Effective: June 28, 2014
Issued By:
Julie P. Laine, Secretary
60 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023
SCFCa1404
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