Tariff Manager Lancaster, Texas 75146

Tariff Manager Lancaster, Texas 75146
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS AND SCHEDULE OF INTRASTATE CHARGES
APPLYING TO END-USER
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES WITHIN
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA
This tariff contains the description, regulations and rates for the furnishing of intrastate facilities-based and resold
local telecommunications services provided by Hypercube Telecom, LLC throughout the State of Oklahoma. The
Company's principal offices are located at: 3200 West Pleasant Run Road, Suite 300, Lancaster, Texas 75146. This
applies for service furnished within the State of Oklahoma.
Issued: April 29, 2011
Issued By:
Effective: May 1, 2011
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Authorized Agent Initials: CW
OKl1001
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Cause No.: PUD 201100002
Order No. 586452
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
CHECK SHEET
The pages of this tariff are effective as of the date shown at the bottom of the respective sheet(s). Original and
revised pages as named below comprise all changes from the Original tariff and are currently in effect as of the date
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Authorized Agent Initials: CW
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHECK SHEET
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APPLICABILITY OF TARIFF
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ACCESSIBILITY OF TARIFF
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DEFINITIONS
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REGULATIONS
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Undertaking of the Company
Prohibited Uses
Obligations of the Customer
Customer Equipment and Channels
Payment Arrangements
Allowances for Interruptions in Service
Use of Customer's Service by Others
Cancellation of Service
Transfers and Assignments
Notices and Communications
APPLICATION OF RATES
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Charges Based on Duration of Use
Rates Based Upon Distance
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
TABLE OF CONTENTS, (CONT’D.)
SERVICE AREAS
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Exchange Access Service Areas (EASA)
Calling Areas
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General
Basic Line Service
Key Line Service
Basic Trunk Service
DID Trunk Service
Digital Trunk Service
ClearStar Advantage Service
Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES
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Directory Listings
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Direct Inward Dial (DID) Service
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Main Number Retention
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Accounting Codes
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Authorization Codes
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Vanity Number Service
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Voice Messaging
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RESOLD LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
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Description
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Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
TABLE OF CONTENTS, (CONT’D.)
LOCAL CALLING SERVICE
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INTRALATA CALLING SERVICE
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Time Periods
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MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
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Busy Line Verify & Line Interrupt Service
Service Implementation
Restoration of Service
Charges for Connecting & Changing Service
Custom Calling Service
Remote Call Forwarding
Flexible Call Forwarding
ClearTouch Services
Operator Services
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS
11.1
Special Construction
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Individual Case Basis (ICB) Arrangements
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Temporary Promotional Programs
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SYMBOLS
The following are the only symbols used for the purposes indicated below:
(AT)
(C)
(CP)
(CR)
(CT)
(DR)
(FC)
(MT)
(NR)
(RT)
-
means addition to text
means correction
means change in practice
means change in rate
means change in text
means discontinued rate
means change in format lettering or numbering
means moved text
means new rate
means removal of text
In addition to symbols for changes, each provision or rate element changed will contain a vertical line which will
clearly show the exact number of lines being changed.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
TARIFF FORMAT
A.
Page Numbering - Page numbers appear in the upper right corner of the page. Pages are numbered
sequentially. However, new pages are occasionally added to the tariff. When a new page is added between
pages already in effect, a decimal is added. For example, a new page added between pages 4 and 5 would
be 4.1.
B.
Page Revision Numbers - Revision numbers also appear in the upper right corner of each page. These
numbers are used to determine the most current page version on file with the Commission. For example,
the 4th revised Page 4 cancels the 3rd revised Page 4.
C.
Paragraph Numbering Sequence - There are five levels of paragraph coding. Each level of coding is
subservient to its next higher level:
2
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.1.(A)
2.1.1.(A).1
D.
Check Sheets - When a tariff filing is made with the Commission, an updated check sheet accompanies the
tariff filing. The check sheet lists the pages contained in the tariff, with a cross-reference to the current
revision number revision. When new pages are added, the check sheet is changed to reflect the
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
Cause No.: PUD 201100002
Order No. 586452
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
First Revised Page 9
Cancels Original Page 9
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
APPLICABILITY OF TARIFF
This tariff contains the description of the services offered, the terms and conditions under which each of the services
are provided and all effective rates and charges applicable to the furnishing of intrastate end-user
telecommunications services of the Company within the State of Oklahoma. Only those services, terms and
conditions and rates and charges approved by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and contained in this tariff
may be provided to Customers within the State. Filed tariffs are binding on the Company and no deviation of any
kind from the filed tariff is permitted.
ACCESSIBILITY OF TARIFF
This tariff is on file with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and the Company's principal place of business:
Hypercube Telecom, LLC
3200 West Pleasant Run Road, Suite 300
Lancaster, Texas 75146
(CT)
(CT)
These tariffs are available for viewing, during normal business hours, at the Commission or the Company's principal
place of business. Additionally, copies are available upon request, free of charge, by contacting the Company at
(866) 905-1735.
Issued: June 30, 2011
Issued By:
Effective: July 1, 2011
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Authorized Agent Initials: CW
OKl1102
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
DEFINITIONS
Certain terms used generally throughout this tariff are defined below.
Abbreviated Dialing: Permits lines within a Customer's terminal group to place calls within the group using 1 to 7
digits.
Account Codes: Permits Centrex Stations and attendants to dial an account code number of up to eight digits. For
use when placing calls over facilities arranged for Automatic Message Accounting (AMA) recording. The account
or project number must be input prior to dialing the called number.
Advance Payment: Part or all of a payment required before the start of service.
Automatic Callback Calling: Allows Customers to request an automatic callback upon receiving a busy signal.
Caller may signal for dial tone and dial a feature code or press a feature button to request automatic callback
facilities.
Automatic Number Identification (ANI): Allows the automatic transmission of a caller's billing account telephone
number to a local exchange company, interexchange carrier or a third party subscriber. The primary purpose of ANI
is to allow for billing of toll calls.
Bit: The smallest unit of information in the binary system of notation.
Calling Name Delivery: Allows customers to view the a e and telephone number associated with an incoming call
before answering the phone.
Call Back/Camp On: Permits a station line encountering an all-trunk-busy condition the option of being notified
when a trunk becomes idle.
Call Forwarding Station: Allows calls directed to a station line to be routed to a user defined line inside or outside
the customer's telephone system.
Call Forwarding System: Permits calls attempting to terminate to a busy station line to be re-directed to a
predetermined line inside or outside the customer's telephone system.
Call Forwarding Remote: This optional feature allows a user to activate/deactivate the Call Forwarding - All Calls
feature or change the forwarded to telephone number from a remote location.
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Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
DEFINITIONS, (CONT’D.)
Call Forwarding Busy: Allows incoming calls to a busy station to be routed to a preselected station line or attendant
within the same system or outside the system. Intercom calls can be arranged to be forwarded to a number different
from DID calls.
Call Forwarding Don't Answer: Allows incoming calls to be automatically routed to a preselected station line or
attendant in the same system or outside the system, when the called station is not answered after a preset number of
rings. Intercom calls can be arranged to be forwarded to a number different from DID calls.
Call Forwarding Variable Limited: When this feature is activated by a station line user or the attendant, incoming
calls to the activated station line or attendant position will be automatically routed to any other selected station line,
within the same Centrex system, or to the attendant position. The attendant may also activate this feature for a
station line user.
Call Forwarding Variable Unlimited: The same as Call Forwarding Variable Limited except that incoming calls may
be automatically routed to a telephone number outside the Centrex system or to station lines within the same
Centrex system. The attendant may not activate this feature to a telephone number outside the Centrex system for a
station line use. Calls forwarded outside the Centrex system are subject to the appropriate charges for local and toll
messages.
Call Hold: Allows the user to hold one call for any length of time provided that neither party goes on-hook.
Call Park: Allows a station line to park a call against its own line number. The parked call can be retrieved from any
station line by dialing a feature code and the line number against which the call is parked.
Call Pickup: Allows a station line to answer incoming calls to another station line within a defined call pickup
group. Call pickup is provided on individual station lines within a customer group.
Call Transfer: Allows a station line user to transfer any established call to another station line inside or outside the
customer group without the assistance of the attendant.
Call Waiting: Permits a line in the talking state to be alerted by a tone when another call is
attempting to complete to the line. Audible ringing is returned to the originating line. The Service also provides a
hold feature that is activated by a switchhook flash.
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
DEFINITIONS, (CONT’D.)
Communication Services: The Company's intrastate toll and local exchange switched telephone services offered for
both intraLATA and interLATA use.
Company or Hypercube: Hypercube Telecom, LLC, the issuer of this tar' Conference: Allows customers to add
additional parties to a call.
Customer or Subscriber: The person, firm or corporation that orders service and is responsible for the payment of
charges and compliance with the Company's regulations.
Dial Pulse (or "DP"): The pulse type employed by rotary dial station sets.
Dial 9 Access:, Allows Customers to place calls outside their ClearStar Advantage system by dialing an access code
(usually 9).
Direct Inward Dial (or "DID"): A service attribute that routes incoming calls directly to stations, by-passing a central
answering point.
DID Trunk: A form of local switched access that provides the ability for an outside party to call an internal
extension directly without the intervention of the company operator.
Direct Outward Dial (or "DOD"): A service attribute that allows individual station users to access and dial outside
numbers directly.
Do Not Disturb: Permits the attendant to cut off a single station line and selected groups of station lines from
receiving incoming and station-to-station calls.
DSX-1 Panel: Distribution equipment used to terminate and administer DSI (1.544 Mbps) circuits.
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (or "DTMF"): The pulse type employed by tone dial station sets. Duplex Service:
Service that provides for simultaneous transmission in both directions.
Fiber Optic Cable: A thin filament of glass with a protective outer coating through which a light beam carrying
communications signals may be transmitted by means of multiple internal reflections to a receiver, which translates
the message.
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Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
DEFINITIONS, (CONT’D.)
Hunting: Routes a call to an idle station line in a prearranged group when the called station line is busy.
In-Only: A service attribute that restricts outward dial access and routes incoming calls to a designated answer point.
Joint User: A person, firm or corporation that is designated by the Customer as a user of services furnished to the
Customer by Hypercube and to whom a portion of the charges for the service will be billed under a joint user
arrangement as specified herein.
Kbps: Kilobits per second, denotes thousands of bits per second.
Last Number Redial: Enables a station line user to redial the last called number by use of an access code rather than
dialing the entire number.
LATA: A Local Access and Transport Area established pursuant to the Modification of Final Judgment entered by
the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in Civil Action No. 82-0192; or any other geographic
area designated as a LATA in the National Exchange Carrier Association, Inc. Tariff F.C.C. No. 4.
Local Exchange Carrier or ("LEC"): Denotes any individual, partnership, association, joint-stock company, trust or
corporation engaged in providing switched communication within an exchange.
Manual Exclusion: Restricts others from retrieving a put on hold or from breaking into a call. Applicable to ISDN
centrex type services. Ensures privacy is automatically invoked whenever a customer picks up the phone to place or
answer a call.
Mbps: Megabits, denotes millions of bits per second.
Message Waiting Indication: Provides a lighted indicator (usually on a telephone set) that informs customer of a new
message to be reviewed.
Multi-Frequency or ("MF"): An inter-machine pulse-type used for signaling between telephone switches, or between
telephone switches and PBX/key systems.
Multi Site Abbreviated Dialing: Allows customers to use abbreviated dialing capabilities among multiple locations.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
DEFINITIONS, (CONT’D.)
Recurring Charges: The monthly charges to the Customer for services, facilities and equipment, that continue for the
agreed upon duration of the service.
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 that
does not conform to standards set forth 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.
Service Order: The written request for Network Services executed by the Customer and the Company in the format
devised by the Company. The signing of a Service Order by the Customer and acceptance by the Company initiates
the respective obligations of the parties as set forth therein and pursuant to this tariff, but the duration of the service
is calculated from the Service Commencement Date.
Shared: A facility or equipment system or subsystem that can be used simultaneously by several Customers.
Speed Calling: Permits a station line user to dial selected numbers by using fewer digits than normally required. This
is accomplished through the assignment of abbreviated codes to frequently called numbers. The speed calling list is
customer-changeable.
System: Allows shared use of speed calling list. A control station will add, change or delete telephone numbers from
the list for the group.
Station: Allows a station line user to add, change or delete telephone numbers from a speed calling list. The list is
dedicated to the individual station line user.
Three-Way Calling: Allows a station line user to add a third party to an exist g conversation.
Two Way: A service attribute that includes outward dial capabilities for outbound calls and can also be used to carry
inbound calls to a central point for further processing.
Uniform Call Distribution: Automatically distributes incoming calls, in the order of their arrival, to customer
telephone lines that have been idle the longest.
User or End User: A Customer, Joint User, or any other person authorized by a Customer to use service provided
under this tariff.
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Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS
2.1
Undertaking of the Company
2.1.1
Scope
The Company undertakes to furnish communications service pursuant to the terms of this tariff in
connection with one-way and/or two-way information transmission between points within the
State of Oklahoma.
Customers and users may use services and facilities provided under this tariff to obtain access to
services offered by other service providers. The Company is responsible under this tariff only for
the services and facilities 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.
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Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont'd)
2.1.2
Shortage of Equipment or Facilities
(A)
The Company reserves the right to limit or to allocate the use of e facilities, or of
additional facilities offered by the Company, when necessary because of lack of facilities,
or due to some other cause beyond the Company's control.
(B)
The furnishing of service under this tariff is subject to the availability on a continuing
basis of all the necessary facilities and is limited to the capacity of the Company's
facilities as well as facilities the Company may obtain from other carriers to furnish
service from time to time as required at the sole discretion of the Company.
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Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.3
Terms and Conditions
(A)
Customers may be required to enter into written service orders which shall contain or
reference a specific description of the service ordered, the rates to be charged, the
duration of the services, 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.
(B)
At the expiration of the initial term specified in each Service Order, or in any extension
thereof, service shall continue on a month-to-month basis at the then current rates unless
terminated by either party. Any termination shall not relieve the Customer of its
obligation to pay any charges incurred under the service order and this tariff prior to
termination. The rights and obligations which by their nature extend beyond the
termination of the term of the service order shall survive such termination.
(C)
The must provide notice to affected end-users of any increased rate of a noncompetitive
service at least twenty (20) days prior to implementation of said increase. Customer
Notice of a rate increase shall comply with OAC 165:55-5-11(d).
(D)
The Company shall provide notice of affected residential customers of any increased rate
for a service determined to be competitive, prior to or concurrent with the effective rate
increase. Customer Notice of a rate increase shall comply with OAC 165:55-5-11(e).
(E)
The Company will comply with the provisions of 165:55-13-10 - Minimum service
standards.
(F)
The Company will match the WACP of its underlying providers in compliance with
165:55-13-10.1- Calling areas.
(G)
The Company will provide its customers with and include pages in its tariffs for the
Lifeline and Link Up programs in compliance with 165:55-13-14 - Lifeline service.
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Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.3
Terms and Conditions (Cont'd)
(H)
The Company will not impose a preferred carrier freeze on local exchange service. A
preferred carrier freeze(s) prevents a change in an end-user's preferred carrier selection
toll services unless the end-user gives the carrier from whom the freeze was requested his
or her express consent. Al local exchange carriers who offer preferred carrier freezes for
toll services shall offer freezes on a nondiscriminatory basis to all end-users, regardless of
the end-user's carrier selections. 165:55-19-1.7.
(I)
In any action between the parties to enforce any provision of this tariff, the prevailing
party shall be entitled to recover its legal fees and court costs from the non-prevailing
party in addition to other relief a court may award.
(J)
Service may be terminated upon written notice to the Customer if:
(1)
the Customer is using the service in violation of this tariff; or
(2)
the Customer is using the service in violation of the law.
(K)
This tariff shall be interpreted and governed by the laws of the State of Oklahoma
regardless of its choice of laws provision.
(L)
SBC Communications, Inc. and its affiliated local telephone companies must not interfere
with the right of any person or entity to obtain service directly from the Company. No
person or entity shall be required to make any payment, incur any penalty, monetary or
otherwise, or purchase any services in order to have the right to obtain service directly
from the Company.
(M)
To the extent that either the Company or any other telephone company exercises control
over available cable pairs, conduit, duct space, raceways, or other facilities needed by the
other to reach a person or entity, the party exercising such control shall make them
available to the other on terms equivalent to those under which the Company makes
similar facilities under its control available to its customers. At the reasonable request of
either party, the Company and the other telephone company shall join the attempt to
obtain from the owner of the property access for the other party to serve a person or
entity.
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Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.4
Liability of the Company
(A)
The liability of the Company for damages arising out of the furnishing of its Services,
including but not limited to mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, or errors, or other
defects, representations, or use of these services or arising out of the failure to furnish the
service, whether caused by acts or omission, shall be limited to the extension of
allowances for interruption as set forth in 2.6. The extension of such allowances for
interruption shall be the sole remedy of the Customer and the sole liability of the
Company. The Company will not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special,
consequential, exemplary or punitive damages to Customer as a result of any Company
service, equipment or facilities, or the acts or omissions or negligence of the Company's
employees or agents.
(B)
The Company shall not be liable for any delay or failure of performance or equipment
due to causes beyond its control, including but not limited to: acts of God, fire, flood,
explosion or other catastrophes; any law, order, regulation, direction, action, or request of
the United States Government, or of any other government, including state and local
governments having or claiming jurisdiction over the Company, or of any department,
agency, commission, bureau, corporation, or other instrumentality of any one or more of
these federal, state, or local governments, or of any civil or military authority; national
emergencies; insurrections; riots; wars; unavailability of rights-of-way or materials; or
strikes, lock-outs, work stoppages, or other labor difficulties.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 20
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.4
Liability of the Company (Cont'd)
(C)
The Company shall not be liable for any act or omission of any entity furnishing to the
Company or to the Company's Customers facilities or equipment used for or with the
services the Company offers.
(D)
The Company shall not be liable for any damages or losses due to the fault or negligence
of the Customer or due to the failure or malfunction of Customer-provided equipment or
facilities.
(E)
The Company does not guarantee nor make any warranty with respect to installations it
provides for use in an explosive atmosphere. The Customer indemnities and holds the
Company harmless from any and all loss, claims, demands, suits, or other action, or any
liability whatsoever, whether suffered, made, instituted, or asserted by any other party or
person(s), and for any loss, damage, or destruction of any property, whether owned by the
Customer or others, caused or claimed to have been caused directly or indirectly by the
installation, operation, failure to operate, maintenance, removal presence, condition,
location, or use of any installation so provided. The Company reserves the right to require
each Customer to sign an agreement acknowledging acceptance of the provisions of this
section 2.1.4(E) as a condition precedent to such installations.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 21
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.4
Liability of the Company (Cont'd)
(F)
The Company is not liable for any defacement of or damage to Customer premises
resulting from the furnishing of services or equipment on such premises or the
installation or removal thereof, unless such defacement or damage is caused by
negligence or willful misconduct of the Company's agents or employees.
(G)
The Company shall be indemnified, defended and held harmless by the Customer against
any claim, loss or damage arising from Customer's use of services, involving claims for
libel, slander, invasion of privacy, or infringement of copyright arising from the
Customer's own communications.
(H)
The entire liability for any claim, loss, damage or expense from any cause whatsoever
shall in no event exceed sums actually paid the Company by the Customer for the
specific services giving rise to the claim. No action or proceeding against the Company
shall be commenced after the expiration of the applicable statute of limitations.
(I)
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.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 22
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.5
Notification of Service-Affecting Activities
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 is applicable 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.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 23
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.6
Provision of Equipment and Facilities
(A)
The Company shall use reasonable efforts to make available services to a Customer on or
before a particular date, subject to the provisions of and compliance by the Customer
with, the regulations contained in this tariff. The Company does not guarantee availability
by any such date and shall not be liable for any delays in commencing service to any
Customer.
(B)
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.
(C)
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.
(D)
Equipment the Company provides or installs at the Customer Premises for use in
connection with the services the Company offers shall not be used for any purpose other
than that for which it was provided by the Company.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 24
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.6
Provision of Equipment and Facilities (Cont'd)
(E)
The Customer shall be responsible for the payment of service charges as set forth herein
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.
(F)
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 pursuant to 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:
(1)
the transmission of signals by Customer-provided equipment or for the quality
of, or defects in, such transmission; or
(2)
the reception of signals by Customer-provided equipment.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 25
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.7
Non-Routine Installation
At the Customer's request, installation and/or maintenance may be performed outside the
Company's regular business hours or in hazardous locations. In such cases, charges based on cost
of the actual labor, material, or other costs incurred by or charged to the Company will apply. If
installation is started during regular business hours but, at the Customer's request, extends beyond
regular business hours into time periods including, but not limited to, weekends, holidays, and/or
night hours, additional charges may apply.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 26
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.1
Undertaking of the Company (Cont’d.)
2.1.8
Special Construction
Subject to the agreement of the Company and to all of the regulations contained in this tariff,
special construction of facilities may be undertaken on a reasonable efforts basis at the request of
the Customer. Special construction is that construction undertaken:
2.1.9
(A)
where facilities are not presently available, and there is no other requirement for the
facilities so constructed;
(B)
of a type other than that which the Company would normally utilize in the furnishing of
its services;
(C)
over a route other than that which the Company would normally utilize in the furnishing
of its services;
(D)
in a quantity greater than that which the Company would normally construct; (E) on
expedited basis;
(F)
on a temporary basis until permanent facilities are available;
(G)
involving abnormal costs; or
(H)
in advance of its normal construction.
an
Ownership of Facilities
Title to all facilities provided in accordance with this tariff remains in the Company, agents or
contractors.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 27
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.2
Prohibited Uses
2.2.1
The services the Company offers shall not be used for any unlawful purpose or for any use as to
which the Customer has not obtained all required governmental approvals, authorizations,
licenses, consents and permits.
2.2.2
The Company may require applicants for service who intend to use the Company's offerings for
resale and/or for shared use to file a letter with the Company confirming that their use of the
Company's offerings complies with relevant laws and Oklahoma Corporation Commission
regulations, policies, orders, and decisions.
2.2.3
The Company may require a Customer to immediately shut down its transmission of signals if said
transmission is causing interference to others.
2.2.4
A customer, joint user, or authorized user may not assign, or transfer in any manner, the service or
any rights associated with the service without the written consent of the Company. The Company
will permit a Customer to transfer its existing service to another entity if the existing Customer has
paid all charges owed to the Company for regulated communications services. Such a transfer will
be treated as a disconnection of existing service and installation of new service, and non-recurring
installation charges as stated in this tariff will apply.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 28
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.3
Obligations of the Customer
2.3.1
General
The Customer shall be responsible for:
(A)
the payment of all applicable charges pursuant to this tariff;
(B)
damage to or loss of the Company's facilities or equipment caused by the acts or
omissions of the Customer; or the noncompliance by the Customer, with these
regulations; or by fire or theft or other casualty on the Customer Premises, unless caused
by the negligence or willful misconduct of the employees or agents of the Company;
(C)
providing at no charge, as specified from time to time by the Company, any needed
personnel, equipment space and power to operate Company facilities and equipment
installed on the premises of the Customer, and the level of heating and air conditioning
necessary to maintain the proper operating environment on such premises;
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 29
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.3
Obligations of the Customer, (Cont’d.)
2.3.1
General (Cont'd)
(D)
obtaining, maintaining, and otherwise having full responsibility for all rights-of-way and
conduits necessary for installation of fiber optic cable and associated equipment used to
provide Communication Services to the Customer from the cable building entrance or
property line to the location of the equipment space described in 2.3.1(C). Any and all
costs associated with obtaining and maintaining the rights-of-way described herein,
including the costs of altering the structure to permit installation of the Companyprovided 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;
(E)
providing a safe place to work and complying with all laws and regulations regarding the
working conditions on the premises 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's 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 material (e.g. friable asbestos) prior to any construction or installation work;
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 30
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.3
Obligations of the Customer, (Cont’d.)
2.3.1
General (Cont'd)
(F)
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 2.3.1(D); and granting or obtaining
permission for Company agents or employees to enter the premises 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;
(G)
not creating, or allowing to be placed, any liens or other encumbrances on the Company's
equipment or facilities; and
(H)
making Company facilities and equipment available periodically for maintenance
purposes at a time agreeable to both the Company and the Customer. No allowance will
be made for the period during which service is interrupted for such purposes.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 31
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.3
Obligations of the Customer, (Cont’d.)
2.3.2
Claims
With respect to any service or facility provided by the Company, Customers shall indemnify,
defend and hold harmless the Company from and against all claims, actions, damages, liabilities,
costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys' fees for:
2.33
(A)
any loss, destruction or damage to the property of the Company or any third party, or
death or injury to persons, including, but not limited to, employees or invitees of either
party, to the extent caused by or resulting from the negligent or intentional act or
omission of the Customer, its employees, agents, representatives or invitees; or
(B)
any claim, loss, damage, expense or liability for infringement of any copyright, patent,
trade secret, or any proprietary or intellectual property right of any third party, arising
from any act or omission by the Customer, including, without limitation, use of the
Company's services and facilities in a manner not contemplated by the agreement
between the Customer and the Company.
Third Party Charges
For the avoidance of doubt and notwithstanding any other provision in this Tariff or other
customer service agreement or arrangement, including but not limited to Meet Point Billing
arrangements, in addition to service charges imposed by Hypercube Telecom for the Service, the
Customer shall be responsible for and reimburse Hypercube for any and all charges, fees,
assessments of any kind or nature, including but not limited to interstate and intrastate switched
access charges, imposed by any third party (collectively "Third Party Charges") upon Hypercube
Telecom relating to usage incurred by the Customer in connection with the Services. The
Customer hereby indemnifies Hypercube Telecom for all Third Party Charges and agrees to
defend and hold Hypercube Telecom harmless for all damages, losses, claims or judgments arising
out of any Third Party Charges.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 32
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.4
Customer Equipment and Channels
2.4.1
General
A User may transmit or receive information or signals via the facilities of the Company. The
Company's services are designed primarily for the transmission of voice-grade telephonic signals,
except as otherwise stated in this tariff. A User may transmit any form of signal that is compatible
with the Company's equipment, but the Company does not guarantee that its services will be
suitable for purposes other than voice-grade telephonic communication except as specifically
stated in this tariff.
2.4.2
Station Equipment
(A)
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 User. The User is
responsible for the provision of wiring or cable to connect its terminal equipment to the
Company Point of Connection.
(B)
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 Companyprovided 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.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 33
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.4
Customer Equipment and Channels (Cont'd)
2.4.3
Interconnection of Facilities
(A)
Any special interface equipment necessary to achieve compatibility between the facilities
and equipment of the Company used for furnishing Communication Services and the
channels, facilities, or equipment of others shall be provided at the Customer's expense.
(B)
Communication Services may be connected to the services or facilities of other
communications carriers only when authorized by, and in accordance with, the terms and
conditions of the tariffs of the other communications carriers that are applicable to such
connections.
(C)
Facilities furnished under this tariff may be connected to Customer-provided terminal
equipment in accordance with the provisions of this tariff. All such terminal equipment
shall be registered by the Federal Communications Commission pursuant to Part 68 of
Title 47, Code of Federal Regulations; and all User-provided wiring shall be installed and
maintained in compliance with those regulations.
(D)
Users may interconnect communications facilities that are used in whole or in part for
interstate communications to services provided under this tariff only to the extent that the
user is an is "End User" as defined in Section 69.2(m), Title 47, Code of Federal
Regulations (1992 edition).
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 34
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.4
Customer Equipment and Channels (Cont'd)
2.4.4
Inspections
(A)
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 set forth in Section 2.4.2(B) 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.
(B)
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 will notify the Customer promptly if there is
any need for further corrective action. Within ten days of receiving this notice, the
Customer must take this corrective action and notify the Company of the action taken. If
the Customer fails to do this, the Company may take whatever additional action is
deemed necessary, including the suspension of service, to protect its facilities, equipment
and personnel from harm.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
First Revised Page 35
Cancels Original Page 35
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements
2.5.1
Payment for Service
The Customer is responsible for the payment of all charges for facilities and services furnished by
the Company to the Customer and to all Users authorized by the Customer, regardless of whether
those services are used by the Customer itself or are resold to or shared with other persons.
(A)
Taxes
The Customer is responsible for payment of any sales, use, gross receipts, excise, access
or other local, state and federal taxes, charges or surcharges (however designated)
(excluding taxes on Company's net income) imposed on or based upon the provision, sale
or use of Network Services.
(B)
1.
All state and local sales taxes are listed as separate line items on the Customer's
bill and are not included in the quoted rate(s)
2.
Other taxes, charges and the regulatory assessment shall be identified in the
aggregate on the Customer's bill and shall not be included in the quoted rate(s).
Upon request, the Company shall furnish the Customer a breakdown of charges
and the method of calculating fees and taxes.
Telecommunications Service Relay Fee
Enables deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired persons who use a Text Telephone (TT)
or similar device to communicate freely with the hearing population not using TT, and
vice versa. A Customer will be able to access the state provider to complete such calls.
The recovery of the assessed amount will be by a monthly fee which shall be applied to
each exchange access line and/or arrangement in addition to the monthly rate for basic
exchange service.
The Company concurs in Southwestern Bell Telephone Company's Telecommunications
Relay Services, as set forth in the Southwestern Bell General Exchange Tariff.
Issued: April 29, 2011
Issued By:
Effective: May 1, 2011
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Authorized Agent Initials: CW
OKl1001
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Cause No.: PUD 201100002
Order No. 586452
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 35.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements
2.5.1
Payment for Service, (Cont’d.)
C.
Recovery of Oklahoma Universal Service Fund Contributions from Customers
1.
2.
Issued: June 30, 2011
Issued By:
General Regulations
a.
Contributions to the OUSF are assessed as a uniform percentage of the
telecommunications
carrier’s
total
retail-billed
intrastate
telecommunications revenues for a 12 month period identified by the
OUSF Administrator. This percentage is established under the
oversight of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
b.
Pursuant to OAC 165:59-3-46, a telecommunications carrier may, at its
option, recover the amount of its contributions to the Oklahoma
Universal Service Fund (OUSF) from its retail customers. Such
recovery shall be made in a fair, equitable and nondiscriminatory
manner.
c.
Recovery shall be assessed by either a recovery factor or flat recovery
charge as described below.
d.
Recovery shall be based on the same retail revenues as those used for
contribution purposes.
OUSF Recovery Factor
a.
Recovery of the OUSF contribution from retail customers shall be a
uniform monthly factor, which shall be applied to each retail customer
in addition to any other applicable rates and charges as provided for in
the tariff. The OUSF Recovery Factor shall not exceed the currently
approved Corporation Commission contribution factor.
b.
The results of such calculation(s) shall be rounded to the penny for the
purpose of applying this amount to retail customers' bills.
c.
The resulting OUSF recovery amount shall not be subject to state or
local taxes or franchise fees.
Effective: July 1, 2011
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Authorized Agent Initials: CW
OKl1102
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Cause No.: PUD 201100002
Order No. 586452
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 35.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements
2.5.1
Payment for Service, (Cont’d.)
C.
Recovery of Oklahoma Universal Service Fund Contributions from Customers, (Cont’d.)
2.
3.
OUSF Recovery Factor, (Cont’d.)
d.
If recovery is made pursuant to this tariff from the retail customers, the
amount resulting from the OUSF Recovery Factor will be listed as a
separate line item on each customer’s bill to the extent the company has
the billing capability to do so.
e.
Records shall be kept by the company which reflect the OUSF
contributions paid by the company for each period along with all
amounts recovered by the company through the Recovery of the OUSF
Contributions tariff. This information shall be made available to the
Commission upon request.
Changes in the OUSF Recovery Factor
a.
Changes to the OUSF Recovery Factor shall be made by notifying in
writing the Director of the Public Utility Division. A replacement page
reflecting the revised OUSF Recovery Factor to be included with this
tariff shall be included with the notification letter.
b.
The revised OUSF Recovery Factor shall not be billed to any retail
customer until such notification is received by the Director.
c.
Revisions for over-recovery and/or under-recovery shall be made more
than once every twelve (12) months, or one-time each quarter pursuant
to any change of the OUSF contribution factor.
d.
Oklahoma Universal Service Fund (OUSF) Recovery Factor
Recovery Percentage (or Factor)
Issued: June 30, 2011
Issued By:
3.14%
Effective: July 1, 2011
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Authorized Agent Initials: CW
OKl1102
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HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 36
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.2
Billing and Collection of Charges
(A)
Non-recurring charges are due and payable from the customer within 30 days after the
invoice date, unless otherwise agreed to in advance.
(B)
The Company shall present invoices for Recurring Charges monthly to the Customer, in
advance of the month in which service is provided, and Recurring Charges shall be due
and payable within 30 days after the invoice date. When billing is based on customer
usage, charges will be billed monthly for the preceding billing periods.
(C)
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.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 37
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.2
Billing and Collection of Charges (Cont`d)
(D)
Billing of the Customer by the Company will begin on the Service Commencement Date,
which is the first day following the date on which the Company notifies the Customer
that the service or facility is available for use, except that the Service Commencement
Date may be postponed by mutual agreement of the parties, or if the service or facility
does not conform to standards set forth in this tariff or the Service Order. Billing accrues
through and includes the day that the service, circuit, arrangement or component is
discontinued.
Bills to end-users shall be issued monthly, unless the Company's approved terms and
conditions of service prescribe a different interval. Bills may be issued on a billing cycle.
All end-users shall receive their bills via the United States mail, unless the end-user
agrees with the Company to receive a bill through different means, such as electronically
via the Internet. Whatever the method of delivery, bills shall comply with OAC165:55-92.
(E)
If any portion of the payment is received by the Company after the date due, or if any
portion of the payment is received by the Company in funds that are not immediately
available, then a late payment penalty shall be due to the Company. The late payment
penalty shall be the portion of the payment not received by the date due, multiplied by the
lesser of the highest percentage allowable by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission or a
late factor of 1.5% per month. The date after which the bill is past due shall be stated on
the bill. OAC165-55-9-3
(F)
If a check offered by a Customer for payment of service provided is dishonored, a
returned check charge shall be applied in the amount of $15.00.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 38
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.2
Billing and Collection of Charges (Cont`d)
(G)
Any objection to billed charges should be reported to the Company as soon as possible.
Questions regarding the Company's services or charges assessed to a Customer's bill may
be directed to the Company's Customer Service Department toll-free at (866) 905-1735.
The Company shall investigate the particular case and report the results to the Customer.
During the period that the disputed amount is under investigation, the Company shall not
pursue any collection procedures or assess late fees with regard to the disputed amount.
The Customer shall be required to pay the undisputed part of the bill, and if not paid, the
Company may discontinue service. In the event the disputed charges are resolved, the
Company shall inform the Customer that the Customer may utilize the complaint
procedures of the Commission's Consumer Services Division. The Company shall
provide the Customer with the following information.:
Oklahoma Corporation Commission
Consumer Services Division
P.O. Box 52000-2000
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152-2000
(405) 521-2331
(800) 522-8154
(H)
If service is disconnected by the Company in accordance with section 2.5.5following and
later restored, restoration of service will be subject to all applicable installation charges
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 39
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.3
Advance Payments
To safeguard its interests, the Company may require a Customer to make an advance payment
before services and facilities are furnished. The advance payment will not exceed an amount equal
to the non-recurring charge(s) and one month's charges for the service or facility. In addition,
where special construction is involved, the advance payment may also include an amount equal to
the estimated non-recurring charges for the special construction and recurring charges (if any) for
a period to be set between the Company and the Customer. The advance payment will be credited
to the Customer's initial bill. An advance payment may be required.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 40
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.4
Denial or Termination of Service
(A)
Service may be refused or terminated for any of the following reasons:
1.
Nonpayment of a bill within the period prescribed in the Company's tariff.
2.
Violation of or noncompliance with any provision of law, Commission rules and
regulations or the Company's approved tariffs.
3.
Excessive or improper use of telecommunications services, or used in such
manner as to interfere with reasonable service to other Customers.
4.
Interconnection of a device, line, or channel to the Company's facilities or
equipment contrary to the Company's terms and conditions of service on file
with and approved by the Commission.
5.
Excessive or improper use of telephone service, or use in such manner as to
interfere with reasonable service to other end-users.
(B)
The Company shall provide documentation to the prospective Customer or current
Customer stating the reason(s) for denial or termination of service.
(C)
Upon Customer's request to terminate local exchange services, Company shall inform the
Customer of the Customer's responsibility to contact the Customer's interexchange
provider regarding continuance r termination of such service from the interexchange
provider.
(D)
When service to a Customer is disconnected for nonpayment of a bill for services, the
Company shall give at least ten (10) days written notice to the Customer of the
Company's intent to discontinue service. Notice shall be mailed by the Company to the
Customer's address. Notice will be deemed given to the Customer three (3) days after
mailing by the Company.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 41
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.4
Denial or Termination of Service (Cont'd)
(E)
(F)
Notices to the Customer shall contain the following information:
1.
The words "Notice of Disconnection" or words with the same meaning, in print
type larger than the print type on the notice text.
2.
Name, address, and telephone number of Customer.
3.
Statement of reason for proposed discontinuance of service.
4.
The date on or after which service will discontinued unless appropriate action is
taken.
5.
The telephone number of the Company where the Customer may make an
inquiry.
6.
Charges for reconnection.
7.
A statement that the Customer must contact the Company regarding the
disconnection, prior to contacting the Commission's Consumer Services
Division.
8.
The address and telephone number of the Commission's Consumer Services
Division.
9.
The services that are being disconnected, whether local and/or toll, and if the
service to be disconnected is local service, a statement that the Customer must
also contact their interexchange provider if such Customer wishes to terminate
such service in order to avoid incurring additional charges for such service.
The Company shall not be required to give the written notice provided for in situations
where the Company has evidence of fraudulent or illegal use of the Company's services,
which if allowed to continue, would present a high risk of financial loss to the company.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 42
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.5
Cancellation of Application for Service
(A)
Applications for service cannot be canceled without the Company's agreement. Where the
Company permits a 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 incurred by the Company, 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
commenced (all discounted to present value at six percent).
(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 by the Company, less
net salvage, applies. 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 special charges described in 2.5.5(A) through 2.5.5(C) will be calculated and applied
on a case-by-case basis.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 43
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.5
Payment Arrangements (Cont'd)
2.5.6
Changes in Service Requested
If the Customer makes or requests material changes in circuit engineering, equipment
specifications, service parameters, premises locations, or otherwise materially modifies any
provision of the application for service, the Customer's installation fee shall be adjusted
accordingly.
2.6
Allowances for Interruptions in Service
Interruptions in service that are not due to the negligence of, or noncompliance with the provisions of this
tariff by, the Customer or the operation or malfunction of the facilities, power or equipment provided by the
Customer, will be credited to the Customer as set forth in 2.6.1 for the part of the service that the
interruption affects.
2.6.1
Credit for Interruptions
(A)
A credit allowance will be made when an interruption occurs because of a failure of any
component furnished by the Company under this tariff. An interruption period begins
when the Customer reports a service, facility or circuit to be interrupted and releases it for
testing and repair. An interruption period ends when the service, facility or circuit is
operative. If the Customer reports a service, facility or circuit to be inoperative but
declines to release it for testing and repair, it is considered to be impaired, but not
interrupted.
(B)
For calculating credit allowances, every month is considered to have 30 days. A credit
allowance for fixed recurring fees only is applied on a pro rata basis against the rates
specified hereunder and is dependent upon the length of the interruption. Only those
facilities on the interrupted portion of the circuit will receive a credit.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 44
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.6
Allowances for Interruptions in Service (Cont'd)
2.6.1
Credit for Interruptions (Cont'd)
(C)
The Customer shall be credited for an interruption of two hours or more at the rate of
1/720th of the monthly charge for the service affected for each hour or major fraction
thereof that the interruption continues. Calculations of the credit shall be made in
accordance with the following formula:
Credit
=A
720
B
"A" = outage time in hours
"B" = total monthly charge for affected facility, where applicable
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 45
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.6
Allowances for Interruptions in Service (Cont'd)
2.6.2
Limitations on Allowances
No credit allowance will be made for:
(A)
interruptions due to the negligence of, or noncompliance with the provisions of this tariff
by, the Customer, authorized user, joint user, or other common carrier providing service
connected to the service of the Company;
(B)
interruptions due to the negligence of any person other than the Company, including but
not limited to the Customer or other common carriers connected to the Company's
facilities;
(C)
interruptions due to the failure or malfunction of non-Company equipment;
(D)
interruptions of service during any period in which the Company is not given full and
free access to its facilities and equipment for the purpose of investigating and correcting
interruptions;
(E)
interruptions of service during a period in which the Customer continues to use the
service on an impaired basis;
(F)
interruptions of service 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; and
(G)
interruption of service due to circumstances or causes beyond the control of Company.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 46
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.6
Allowances for Interruptions in Service (Cont'd)
2.6.3
Cancellation For Service Interruption
Cancellation or termination for service interruption is permitted only if any circuit experiences a
single continuous outage of 8 hours or more or cumulative service credits equaling 16 hours in a
continuous 12-month period. The right to cancel service under this provision applies only to the
single circuit that has been subject to the outage or cumulative service credits.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 47
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.7
Use of Customer's Service by Others
2.7.1
Resale and Sharing
Any service provided under this tariff may be resold to or shared with other persons at the option
of the Customer, subject to compliance with any applicable laws or Oklahoma Corporation
Commission regulations governing such resale or sharing. The Customer remains solely
responsible for all use of services ordered by it or billed to its telephone number(s) pursuant to this
tariff, for determining who is authorized to use its services, and for notifying the Company of any
unauthorized use.
2.7.2
Joint Use Arrangements
Joint use arrangements will be permitted for all services provided under this tariff. From each joint
use arrangement, one member will be designated as the Customer responsible for the manner in
which the joint use of the service will be allocated. The Company will accept orders to start,
rearrange, relocate, or discontinue service only from the designated Customer. Without affecting
the Customer's ultimate responsibility for payment of all charges for the service, each joint user
shall be responsible for the payment of the charges billed to it.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 48
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.8
Cancellation of Service
2.8.1
If a Customer cancels a Service Order or terminates services before the completion of the term for
any reason whatsoever other than a service interruption (as defined in Section 2.6.1 above), the
Customer agrees to pay to the Company termination liability charges, as defined below. These
charges shall become due and owing as of the effective date of the cancellation or termination and
be payable within the period, set forth in Section 2.5.2.
2.8.2
The Customer's termination liability for cancellation of service shall be equal to:
(A)
all unpaid Non-Recurring charges reasonably expended by the Company to establish
service to the Customer; plus
(B)
any disconnection, early cancellation or termination charges reasonably incurred and paid
to third parties by the Company on behalf of the Customer; plus
(C)
all Recurring Charges specified in the applicable Service Order Tariff for the balance of
the then current term discounted at the prime rate announced in the Wall Street Journal ,
on the third business day following the date of cancellation; minus
(D)
a reasonable allowance for costs avoided by the Company as a direct result of the
Customer's cancellation.
(E)
the difference between a Customer's term rates and the month-to-month rates times the
actual length of service, which will apply to new Customers effective May 13, 2000.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 49
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.9
Transfers and Assignments
2.9.1
Neither the Company nor the Customer may assign or transfer its rights or duties in connection
with the services and facilities provided by the Company without the written consent of the other
party, except that the Company may assign its rights and duties:
(A)
to any subsidiary, parent company or affiliate of the Company; or
(B)
pursuant to any sale or transfer of substantially all the assets of the Company; or
(C)
pursuant to any financing, merger or reorganization of the Company.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 50
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
REGULATIONS, (CONT’D.)
2.10
Notices and Communications
2.10.1
The Customer shall designate on the Service Order an address to which the Company shall mail or
deliver all notices and other communications, except that the Customer may also designate a
separate address to which the Company's bills for service shall be mailed.
2.10.2
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 each bill for service to which the Customer shall mail payment on that bill.
2.10.3
All notices or other communications required to be given pursuant to this tariff will be in writing.
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 third 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.
2.10.4
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.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 51
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
APPLICATION OF RATES
3.1
Introduction
The regulations set forth in this section govern the application of rates for services contained in other
sections of this tariff.
3.2
Charges Based on Duration of Use
3.2.1
Where charges for a service are specified based on the duration of use, such as the duration of a
telephone call, the following rules apply:
(A)
Calls are measured in durational increments identified for each service. All calls that are
fractions of a measurement increment are rounded-up to the next whole unit.
(B)
Timing on completed calls begins when the call is answered by the called party.
Answering is determined by hardware answer supervision in all cases where this
signaling is provided by the terminating local carrier and any intermediate carrier(s).
Timing for operator service person-to-person calls start with completion of the
connection to the person called or an acceptable substitute, or to the PBX station called.
(C)
Timing terminates on all calls when the calling party hangs up or the Company's network
receives an off-hook signal from the terminating carrier.
(D)
Calls originating in one time period and terminating in another will be billed in
proportion to the rates in effect during different segments of the call.
(E)
All times refer to local time.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 52
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
APPLICATION OF RATES, (CONT’D.)
3.3
Rates Based Upon Distance
3.3.1
Where charges for a service are specified based upon distance, the following rules:
(A)
Distance between two points is measured as airline distance between the rate centers of
the originating and terminating telephone lines. The rate center is a set of geographic
coordinates, as referenced in the Local Exchange Routing Guide issued by Bellcore,
associated with each NPA-NXX combination (where NPA is the area code and NXX is
the first three digits of a seven-digit telephone number). Where there is no telephone
number associated with an access line on the Company's network (such as a dedicated
800 or WATS access line), the Company will apply the rate center of the Customer's
main billing telephone number.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 53
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
APPLICATION OF RATES, (CONT’D.)
3.3
Rates Based Upon Distance (Cont'd)
3.3.1
(Cont'd)
(B)
The airline distance between any two rate centers is determined as follows:
1.
Obtain the "V" (vertical) and "H" (horizontal) coordinates for each rate center
from the Bellcore Local Exchange Routing guide referenced in Section 3.3(A).
2.
Compute the difference between the "V" coordinates of the two rate centers; and
the difference between the two "H" coordinates.
3.
Square each difference obtained in step (2) above.
4.
Add the square of the "V" difference and the square of the "H" difference
obtained in step (3) above.
5.
Divide the sum of the squares by 10. Round to the next higher whole number if
any fraction is obtained.
6.
Obtain the square root of the whole number result obtained above. Round to the
next higher whole number if any fraction is obtained. This is the airline mileage.
7.
FORMULA=
V1 - V2
2
+ H1 - H2
2
10
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 54
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SERVICE AREAS
4.1
Exchange Access Service Areas
Exchange Access Service Areas (EASA) are provided (pursuant to Section 5.1) in limited geographic areas.
Exchange Access Services bearing the following NPA-NXX designations are provided in the following
areas:
NPA-NXX
Geographic Areas In Which
Full Service is Available1
Exchange Access NPA-NXXs And Boundaries Are To Be Determined.
______________________
1
Full service versions of the Company's Exchange Access Services will be provided to Customers at
Customer premises located in these areas pursuant to this tariff to the extent that: (a) the Company has in place and
available network facilities extending to such premises; or (b) the Customer's premises is served by the Company's
wire center at which the Company maintains a collocation arrangement and is able to reasonably employ such
arrangement to interconnect to unbundled exchange link facilities that the Company, in its sole discretion, judges to
be of a type, grade, technical specification, quality and quantity sufficient to, and offered under conditions consistent
with, the delivery of such services.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 55
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SERVICE AREAS, (CONT’D.
4.2
Calling Areas
Geographically-defined Local Calling Areas' are associated with each Exchange Access Service provided
pursuant to Section 5.1. Exchange Access Services bearing the following NPA-NXX designations shall
have the following Local and IntraLATA Calling Areas:
NPA-NXX
Local Calling Area or IntraLATA Calling Area
Local Calling Areas and IntraLATA Calling Areas Are To Be Determines.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 56
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE
5.1
General
5.1.1
Exchange Access Service provides a business Customer with a telephonic connection to, and a
unique telephone number address on the public switched telecommunications network. Each
Exchange Access Service enables users to:
(A)
receive calls from other stations on the public switched telecommunications network;
(B)
access other services offered by the Company as set forth in this tariff;
(C)
access certain interstate and international calling services provided by the Company;
(D)
access (at no additional charge) the Company's operators and business office for service
related assistance;
(E)
access( at no additional charge) emergency services by dialing 0- or 9-1-1; and
(F)
access services provided by other common carriers that purchase the Company's
Switched Access services as provided under the Company's Federal and State tariffs, or
that maintain other types of traffic exchange arrangements with the Company.
5.1.2
Each Exchange Access Service is available on a "Full" service basis, whereby service is delivered
to a demarcation/connection block at the customer's premises.
5.1.3
The following Exchange Access Services are offered:
Basic Line Service
Key Line Service
Basic Trunk Service
DID Trunk Service
Digital Trunk Service
ClearStarTM Advantage
Service Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 57
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.2
Basic Line Service
Basic Line Service provides a business Customer with a single, voice-grade telephonic communications
channel that can be used to place or receive one call at a time. Basic Lines are provided for connection of
Customer-provided single station sets or facsimile machines to the public switched telecommunications
network. Each Basic Line may be configured into a hunt group with other Company-provided Basic Lines.
Each Basic Line is provided with the following standard features which are set forth in Section 10.6 and
10.9 of the tariff.
Non-recurring and monthly recurring rates per Basic Line for residential and business Customers apply as
follows:
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
On-Net Services
Basic Local
Exchange Service
Flat Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Measured Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Expanded Local Exchange Service
Flat Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Measured Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 58
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.3
Key Line Service
Key Line Service provides a business Customer with a single, voice-grade telephonic communications
channel that can be used to place or receive one call at a time. Key Lines are provided for connection of
Customer-provided key systems to the public switched telecommunications network. Each Key Line is
provided with the following standard features which are set forth in Section 10.6 and 10.9 of the tariff.
Non-recurring and monthly recurring rates per Key Line apply as follows:
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
On-Net Services
Basic Local
Exchange Service
Flat Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Measured Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Expanded Local Exchange Service
Flat Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Measured Rate Service
Each Line w/ Hunting
Each Line w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 59
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.4
Basic Trunk Service
Basic Trunk Service provides a business Customer with a single, voice-grade telephonic communications
channel that can be used to place or receive one call at a time. Basic Trunks are provided for connection of
Customer-provided private branch exchanges (PBX) to the public switched telecommunications network.
Each Basic Trunk is provided with touch tone signaling and may be configured into a hunt group with other
Company-provided Basic Trunks.
Basic Trunks may be equipped with Analog Direct Inward Dial (DID) capability and DID number blocks
for additional charges, as set forth in Sections 5.5, 5.6 and 6.2.
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
On-Net Services
Basic Local
Exchange Service
Flat Rate Service
Each Trunk w/ Hunting
Each Trunk w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Measured Rate Service
Each Trunk w/ Hunting
Each Trunk w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Expanded Local Exchange Service
Flat Rate Service
Each Trunk w/ Hunting
Each Trunk w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Measured Rate Service
Each Trunk w/ Hunting
Each Trunk w/o Hunting
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 60
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.5
DID Trunk Service
DID Trunk Service provides a business Customer with a single, voice-grade telephonic communications
channel that can be used to receive incoming calls one call at a time. DID Trunk Service transmits the
dialed digits for all incoming calls allowing the Customer's PBX to route incoming calls directly to
individual stations corresponding to each individual DID number. Charges for DID number blocks as set
forth in Section 6.2 apply in addition to the DID Trunk charges listed below.
Non-recurring and monthly recurring rates per DID Trunk, apply as follows:
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
On-Net Services
Basic Local
Exchange Service
Each Trunk w/ block of 10#'s
Each Trunk w/ block of 100#'s
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Expanded Local
Exchange Service
Each Trunk w/ block of 10#'s
Each Trunk w/ block of 100#'s
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.6
Digital Trunk Service
Digital Trunk Service provides a business Customer with a digital connection operating at 1.544 Mbps that
is time division multiplexed into 24 individual voice-grade telephonic communications channels, each of
which can be used to place or receive one call at a time. Digital Trunks are provided for connection of
compatible Customer-provided private branch exchanges (PBX) to the public switched telecommunications
network. Each Digital Trunk is provided with dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) or multi-frequency (MF)
signaling, as specified by the Customer. Digital Trunks may be configured into hunt groups with other
Company-provided Digital Trunks. The terminal interface for each Digital Trunk Service is a DSX-1 panel.
Non-recurring and monthly recurring rates per Digital Trunk per point, apply as follows:
Per Trunk
Non-Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.7
ClearStarTM Advantage Service
ClearStar Advantage is a centrex-based service that provides the business Customer with multiple
individual voice-grade telephone communications channels, each of which can be used to place or receive
one call at a time. ClearStar Advantage lines are provided for the connection of compatible, customer
provided terminal equipment to the public switched telecommunications network. Centrex features
associated with ClearStar Advantage service are described in Section 1 of this tariff. ClearStar Advantage
is provided with a minimum of two network lines. Each line can be provided in combination with other
Company-provided services. ClearStar Advantage services are offered in either an analog-based or digital,
Basic Rate ISDN-based (Integrated Services Digital Network) serving arrangement.
5.7.1
Analog Serving Arrangements
ClearStar Advantage service can be provided to Customers over analog-grade network facilities.
Network features provided with these serving arrangements include:
Abbreviated Dialing
Automatic Callback Calling
Call Forwarding
Call Hold
Call Pick-Up
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Dial 9
Access Hunting
Speed Calling
Touch-tone
*
Some features may not be available in all locations.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.7
ClearStarTM Advantage Service (Cont'd)
5.7.2
ISDN-Based Serving Arrangements
ClearStar Advantage service can be provided to business Customers over a Basic Rate ISDN
(Integrated Services Digital Network) interface. Network features provided with this serving
arrangement include:
Automatic Callback Calling
Call Forwarding
Call Hold
Call Pickup
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Conference
Dial 9
Access Hunting
Manual Exclusion
Message Waiting Indication
Speed Calling Touchtone
* Some features may not be available in all locations.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.7
ClearStarTM Advantage Service (Cont'd)
5.7.3
System and Access Line Charges
ClearStar Advantage access lines are charged on a monthly recurring basis. Non-recurring charges
are applicable for initial installation of a ClearStar Advantage system. HYPERCUBE, at its'
discretion, may bundle ClearStar Advantage network services with other services and capabilities;
the result of this bundling will be new service offerings with unique pricing structures.
Non-Recurring
(per system)
Mo. Recurring
(per flat rate line)
Mo. Recurring
(measured rate line)
Analog Arrangements
C1earStar Advantage 1000
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
ClearStar Advantage 2000
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
ISDN Arrangements
ClearStar Advantage Plus
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Non-Recurring Line Connection and Line Charges located in Section 10.5 also apply to each new
subsequent ClearStar Advantage order.
5.7.4
Usage Charges
(A)
Local Service Rates
Refer to the Rate Schedule located in Section 8.
(B)
IntraLATA Rates
Refer to the Rate Schedule located in Section 9.3.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.7
ClearStarTM Advantage Service (Cont'd)
5.7.5
Optional Features
The following optional features are in addition to the standard features located in Section 5.7.1 and
5.7.2. The following optional features may be added to ClearStar Advantage analog or ISDNbased serving arrangements. These rates are applied on a non-recurring and monthly recurring
basis.
Non-Recurring
Calling Name Delivery (per line)
6 Way Conference (per arrangement)
Multi-Site Abbreviated Dialing
Uniform Call Distribution
(per group – 20 lines max)
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Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.7
ClearStarTM Advantage Service (Cont'd)
5.7.5
Optional Features, (Cont’d.)
Number Retention -Per Number
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Order Processing Charge -Per Order
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Additional Directory Listing -Per Listing
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Remote Call Forwarding -Per Path
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Account Codes -Per Line
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Service Establishment Charge -Per Order
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Vanity Number -Per Number
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Vanity Number Retention -Per Number
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
5.8
Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
Primary Rate Interface Service (PRI) provides an ISDN based, DSI access to the telecommunications
network and includes the flexibility of integration of multiple voice and/or data transmission channels on
the same line. The service will provide connectivity between ISDN compatible CPE and a serving central
office. The basic channel structure for PRI Service is twenty-three 64 Kbps B-Channels and one 64 Kbps
D-Channel. The business Customer has the option to activate up to 23 B-Channels on the first PRI Service
arrangement and up to 24 channels on additional PRI Service arrangements. A Digital Data Only option
and an Inward Data Option are also available. The 23 B-Channels can be used to connect the customer's
CPE to the Public Circuit Switched Network, e.g., outward, inward and 2-way network access. Calling
Number Delivery, Called Number Delivery, and Hunting functionality are inherent to this service.
Telephone numbers for use on PRI Service are available. One Primary Directory Listing will be furnished
at no charge for each PRI service B-Charnel. Additional listings can be obtained. PRI Service provides
capability for the transmission of digital signals only. Clear Channel Capability and Extended Superframe
Format are inherent to the service.
Non-recurring and monthly rates per PRI Service apply as follows:
Non-Recurring
12 Months
Monthly Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Base System Voice/Data, per channel
Digital Data, per channel
Inward Data, per channel
24 Months
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Base System
Voice/Data, per channel
Digital Data, per channel
Inward Data, per channel
36 Months
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Base System
Voice/Data, per channel
Digital Data, per channel
Inward Data, per channel
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES
6.1
Directory Listings
For each business Customer of Company-provided Exchange Access Service(s), the Company shall arrange
for the listing of the Customer's main billing telephone number 1 in the directory(ies) published by the
dominant Local Exchange Carrier in the area at no additional charge. At a Customer's option, the Company
will arrange for additional listings at the following rates:
Each Additional Listing:
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
N/A
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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1
For Customers with multiple premises served by the Company, the Company will arrange for a listing of
the main billing telephone number at each premise.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES, (CONT’D.)
6.2
Direct Inward Dial (DID) Service
DID service is an optional feature which can be purchased in conjunction with Company-provided Basic
Trunks or Digital Trunks. DID service transmits the dialed digits for all incoming calls allowing the
Customer's PBX to route incoming calls directly to individual stations corresponding to each individual
DID number. Charges for DID capability and DID number blocks apply in addition to charges specified for
Basic Trunks or Digital Trunks in Sections 5.2, 5.4 and 5.6, respectively.
One DID Additive charge applies for each DID-equipped Basic Trunk or DID-equipped channel on a
Digital Trunk. The Customer is required to purchase at least one DID number block for each DID-equipped
trunk or trunk group, or DID-equipped channel or channel group.1 The assignment of telephone numbers
and the sequence of the numbers assigned to a DID service is made at the discretion of the Company.
Non -Recurring
DID Additive – Block of 10
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
DID Numbers – Addl. Block of 10
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
DID Numbers – Block of 100
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
DID Numbers – Addl. Block of 100
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
DID Numbers
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Monthly Recurring
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1
A "group" is a set of Basic Trunks or Digital Trunk channels which have been configured into a hunt group.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES, (CONT’D.)
6.3
Main Number Retention
6.3.1
Description,
Main Number Retention is an optional feature by which a new business Customer, who was
formally a customer of another certificated local exchange carrier at the same premises location,
may retain its main telephone numbers and main fax numbers for use with the Company-provided
Exchange Access Services. Main Number Retention service is only available in areas where the
Company maintains some form of number retention arrangement with the Customer's former local
exchange carrier.
Monthly recurring and non-recurring charges apply per retained number. Rates for retained
numbers may vary from area to area.
6.3.2
Rates
Non-Recurring
per retained number
per retained vanity number
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Monthly Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES, (CONT’D.)
6.4
Accounting Codes
Accounting Codes provide business Customers with a means of restricting calls or itemizing calls,
according to specific digits that must be dialed at the end of a long distance telephone number. The length
of Accounting Codes may vary from 2 to 6 digits, however, the length must be consistent for each customer
location.
Offered are packages of codes that are verified against a specific list of valid numbers, for call restriction,
or unverified packages of 2-6 digits in length for cataloging by code the calls made.
Charge Per Customer Location
Monthly Recurring
Verified Packages
Unverified Packages
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Non-Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES, (CONT’D.)
6.5
Authorization Codes
This option restricts calls from being made unless the correct accounting code is entered. Only customer
specified codes will be accepted. The customer then may use these codes to track calling for cost analysis
and bill-back purposes.
Non-Recurring
Per Authorization Code
Monthly Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES, (CONT’D.)
6.6
Vanity Number Service
6.6.1
Description,
Vanity Number Service is an optional feature by which a new business Customer may request a
specific or unique telephone number and fax number for use with the Company provided
Exchange Access Services. This service provides for the assignment of a customer requested
telephone number other than the next available number from the assignment control list.
Vanity Number Service is furnished subject to the availability of facilities and the requirements of
Exchange Access Service as defined by the Company. The Company reserves all rights to the
Vanity Numbers assigned to customers and may, therefore, change them if required.
Monthly recurring charges apply per Vanity Number.
6.6.2
Rates
Non-Recurring
Per Vanity Number
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
EXCHANGE ACCESS OPTIONAL FEATURES, (CONT’D.)
6.7
Voice Messaging
Mailbox Type
Standard
Monthly
$8.95
*Install
$12.00
Conditional Mailbox
$8.95
$12.00
Transfer Mailbox
$8.95
$12.00
Listen Only
$8.95
$12.00
Enhanced
$11.95
$12.00
Power
$16.95
$12.00
Extension
$12.95
$14.00
Extension Plus
$19.95
$14.00
FaxOverflow 100
$10.95
$17.00
FaxOverflow 200
$12.95
$17.00
FaxOverflow unlimited
$14.95
$17.00
Auto Attendant
$8.95
$17.00
Auto Attendant w/ Prompts
$8.95
$25.00
Monthly Subscriber and Usage Reports
$65.00
$0.00
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
RESOLD LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
7.1
Description
Resold Local Exchange Service is composed of the resale of exchange access lines and local calling
provided by other certificated Local Exchange Carriers, in combination with Company-provided usage
services, miscellaneous services or interstate/international services.
7.2
Rates
The following maximum rates for Resold Local Exchange Services for business Customers apply as
follows:
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
Flat Rate Service
1st Line
Each Addl Line
$85.75
$85.75
$45.18
$45.18
Measured Service
1st Line
Each Addl Line
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Flat Rate Service
1st Trunk
Each Addl. Trunk
$85.75
$85.75
$45.18
$45.18
Measured Service
1st Trunk
Each Addl Trunk
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Resold Basic Lines 1
Resold Basic Trunks1
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1
Includes Hunting
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
RESOLD LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
7.2
Rates (Cont'd)
Non-Recurring
Monthly Recurring
Dial-Pulse Signaling
MF Signaling
$0.00
$0.00
$33.60
$33.60
DID Station Numbers:
1st Block of 100 DID Station Numbers
Add'l Block of 100 DID Station Numbers
1st Block of 10 DID Station Numbers
Add'l Block of 10 DID Station Numbers
$168.00
$168.00
$120.00
$10.00
$30.00
$30.00
$5.00
%5.00
Resold Direct Inward Dial (DID) Service
DID Trunk Termination:
DID Trunk Termination, each Inward Only Trunk
Resold Local Usage
Flat Rate Calling
Measured Rate Calling
Unlimited
RESERVED
FUTURE USE
FOR
The following rates for Local Exchange Resold Services are set forth in Section 8 and Section 10 of the
tariff.
Resold features associated with Resold Local Exchange Service will be priced according to the rates
established for such features in the underlying carrier's effective intrastate tariffs.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
LOCAL CALLING SERVICE
8.1
Description
Local Calling Service provides a business Customer with the ability to originate calls from a Companyprovided access line to all other stations on the public switched telephone network 1 bearing the designation
of any central office exchanges, areas, and zones included in the Customer's local calling area.
8.1.1
Basic Local Exchange Service - This calling service allows the business Customer unlimited
access to all other stations on the public switched telephone network within the customer's Basic
Local Calling Area. All calls to destinations outside the Basic Local Calling Area but within the
same state and LATA will be charged the IntraLATA rates as specified in Section 9.3 following.
8.1.2
Expanded Local Exchange Service - This calling service allows the business Customer limited
access to all other stations on the public switched telephone network within the Customer's Basic
Local Calling Area. Additional calls to the Basic Local Calling Area will be charged as specified
in Section 8.2.1(A) following. All calls to the Expanded Local Calling Area2 will be charged a per
call setup and per minute access charge as specified in Section 8.2.1(B) following. All calls to
destinations outside the Expanded Local Calling Area but within the same state and LATA will be
charged the IntraLATA rates as specified in Section 9.3 following.
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1
Except calls to other telephone companies' caller paid information services (e.g. NPA 900, NXX 976, etc.).
Calls to those numbers and other numbers used for caller-paid information services will be blocked by the
Company's centralized switching facility.
2
As specified in SBC Communications, Inc.'s tariff in effect and as amended from time-to-time.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
LOCAL CALLING SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
8.1
Description (Cont'd)
8.1.2
Expanded Local Exchange Service (Cont'd)
(A)
Time Periods
Day and Night/Weekend rates apply as follows:
Rates
Day
Night/Weekend
From
To
(but
including)
9:00AN
9:00PMK
All other days, times and holidays
not
Days Applicable
Mon-Fri
Holidays include New Year's Day (January 1), Independence Day(July 4), Labor Day
(the first Monday in September), Thanksgiving Day(the fourth Thursday in November),
and Christmas Day (December 25).
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
LOCAL CALLING SERVICE, (CONT’D.)
8.2
Rates
The rates set forth in this section apply to all direct dialed local calls. For operator-assisted local calls, the
operator charges listed in Section 10.1.3 apply in addition to the charges listed below.
8.2.1
Usage Charges - Per minute charges apply for each call. Timing is in whole minute increments,
with a minimum charge of one minute per call.
(A)
Monthly Message Allowance
Type of Service
Basic Calling Area
Extended Calling Area
Basic Local Exchange Service
TBD
TBD1
Expanded Local
Exchange Service
TBD
TBD
*Additional message charge of $X.XX for each message over monthly allowance.
(B)
Expanded Calling Area - The following usage charges apply to points in the Customer's
Expanded Calling Area.
Mileage
Setup Per Call
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Peak
Off-Peak
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1
Customers of Basic Local Exchange Service are billed intraLATA rates for calls to destinations within the
state and LATA but outside the Basic Local Calling Area.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
INTRALATA CALLING SERVICE
9.1
Description
IntraLATA calling service provides a business Customer with the ability to originate calls from a
Company-provided access line to all other stations on the public switched telephone network 1 bearing the
designation of any central office exchanges, areas, and zones outside of the Customer's Basic Calling Area
but within the same state and LATA.
9.2
Time Periods
Day, Evening and Night/Weekend rate periods are shown below. On holidays, Evening rates will apply
unless a lower rate will normally apply.
Rates
From
Day
8:00 A.M.
1:00 P.M.
5:00 P.M.
All other times
Evening
Night/Weekend
To (but
not including)
12:00 P.M.
5:00 P.M.
11:00 P.M.
50%
Days
Applicable
Mon. - Fri.
Mon. - Fri.
Mon. - Fri.
Discount
Applicable
0%
0%
25%
Holidays include New Year's Day (January 1), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (the first Monday in
September), Thanksgiving Day (the fourth Thursday in November), and Christmas Day (December 25).
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1
Except calls to other telephone companies' caller paid information services (e.g. NPA 900, NXX 976, etc.).
Calls to those numbers and other numbers used for caller-paid information services will be blocked by the
Company's centralized switching facility.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
INTRALATA CALLING SERVICE
9.3
Rates
MILEAGE
1–8
9-12
13 – 17
18 – 22
23 – 27
28 – 32
33 – 42
43 – 54
55 – 66
67 – 82
83 – 100
101-122
123 -168
169 – 252
253 +
FIRST MINUTE
$0.12
$0.15
$0.18
$0.19
$0.23
$0.27
$0.30
$0.34
$0.37
$0.41
$0.45
$0.48
$0.51
$0.53
$0.55
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ADDITIONAL MINUTE
$0.07
$0.09
$0.11
$0.14
$0.18
$0.20
$0.24
$0.27
$0.31
$0.35
$0.39
$0.41
$0.44
$0.45
$0.47
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
10.1
Busy Line Verify and Interrupt Service
10.1.1
Description
Upon request of a calling party the Company will verify a busy condition on a called line.
10.1.2
(A)
The operator will determine if the line is clear or in use and report to the calling party.
(B)
The operator will interrupt the call on the called line only if the calling party indicates an
emergency and requests interruption.
Regulations
(A)
A charge will apply when:
1.
The operator verifies that the line is busy with a call in progress.
2.
The operator verifies that the line is available for incoming calls.
3.
The operator verifies that the called number is busy with a call in progress and
the customer requests interruption. The operator will then interrupt the call,
advising the called party the name of the calling party. One charge will apply for
both verification and interruption.
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.1
Busy Line Verify and Interrupt Service, (Cont’d.)
10.1.2
Regulations (Cont'd)
(B)
10.1.3
No charge will apply:
1.
When the calling party advises that the call is to or from an official public
emergency agency.
2.
Under conditions other than those specified in 10.2.2(A) preceding.
(C)
Busy Verification and Interrupt Service is furnished where and to the extent that facilities
permit.
(D)
The Customer shall identify and hold the Company harmless against all claims that may
arise from either party to the interrupted call or any person.
Rates
Busy Line Verify Service(each request)
$2.00
Busy Line Verify and Busy Line Interrupt Service (each request)
$3.00
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.2
Service Implementation
10.2.1
Description
Absent a promotional offering, service implementation charges will apply to new service orders or
to orders to change existing service.
10.2.2
Rates
per service order
10.3
Resold Non-Recurring
On-Net Non-Recurring
$82.75
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Restoration of Service
10.3.1
Description
A restoration charge applies to the re-establishment of service and facilities suspended because of
nonpayment of bills and is payable at the time that the re-establishment of the service and facilities
suspended is arranged for. The restoration charge does not apply when, after disconnection of
service, service is later re-established.
10.3.2
Rates
per occasion
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Resold Non-Recurring
$82.75
On-Net Non-Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Effective: August 29, 2008
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Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.4
Charges for Connecting or Changing Service
Resold Non-Recurring
On-Net Non-Recurring
Line Connection Charge - Applies for
establishing an exchange access line or
trunk. The charge includes service
ordering, central office work, exchange
access line work and a standard voice
miniature six position network interface.
First Line
Additional Line (each)
$82.75
$82.75
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Line Change Charge - Applies per line to
miscellaneous customer requested changes
on existing service for, but not limited to,
number changes and suspend/restore.
First Line
Additional Line (each)
$17.50
$17.50
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Secondary Service Charge - Applies per
customer request for the receiving,
recording, and processing of customer
requests to change services or add new or
additional services.
Each
$18.00
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Premises Work Charge - A nonrecurring
charge based on the labor time and
miscellaneous material required to perform
customer requested work such as
rearranging the drop wire, protector and/or
network interface.
First 15-minute increment or fraction
thereof
Per increment
$36.25
Each Additional 15-minute increment or fraction thereof
Per increment
$13.75
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
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RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Effective: August 29, 2008
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.5
Custom Calling Service
10.5.1
Description
Custom Calling services are auxiliary features provided to business Customers in addition to basic
telephone service. Custom Calling services consist of the following features:
Call Waiting - By means of a tone signal a Customer using a telephone is alerted when another
caller is trying to reach that station. Permits putting first call on hold so that second call can be
answered.
Call Forwarding Variable - Limited - When this feature is activated by a station line user or the
attendant, incoming calls to the activated station line or attendant position will be automatically
routed to any other selected station line, within the same Centrex system, or to the attendant
position. The attendant may also activate this feature for a station line user.
Unlimited - Incoming calls may be automatically routed to a telephone number outside the
Centrex system or to station lines within the same Centrex system. The attendant may not activate
this feature to a telephone number outside the Centrex system for a station line use. Calls
forwarded outside the Centrex system are subject to the appropriate charges for local and toll
messages.
Three-Way Calling - Allows a station line user to add a third party to an existing conversation.
Speed Calling - This provides for the calling of a 7- or 10-digit telephone number by dialing an
abbreviated code. The two arrangements available are an eight-number capacity (8-code) and a
thirty-number capacity (30-code).
Call Forwarding Busy Line - Allows incoming calls to a busy station to be routed to a preselected
station line or attendant within the same system or outside the system. Intercom calls can be
arranged to be forwarded to a number different from DID calls.
Call Forwarding Don't Answer - Allows incoming calls to be automatically routed to a preselected
station line or attendant in the same system or outside the system, when the called station is not
answered after a preset number of rings. Intercom calls can be arranged to be forwarded to a
number different from DID calls.
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
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Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.5
Custom Calling Service, (Cont’d.)
10.5.1
Description, (Cont’d.)
Customer Control of Call Forwarding Busy Line - This feature provides a Customer the Call
Forwarding Busy Line feature and the capability to control from his base station line the activation
and deactivation of the service by using dialing codes. The destination telephone number is
specified by the Customer at the time this feature is ordered and can only be changed via service
order.
Customer Control of Call Forwarding Don't Answer - This feature provides a Customer the Call
Forwarding Don't Answer feature and the capability to control from his base station line the
activation and deactivation of the service by using dialing codes. The destination telephone
number and forwarding interval are specified by the Customer at the time this feature is ordered
and can only be changed via service order.
Call Forwarding Busy Line Multipath - This feature provides a Customer who has Call
Forwarding Busy Line or Customer Control of Call Forwarding Busy Line the capability to
specify the number of calling paths that will be forwarded to another telephone number. Where
facilities permit for a single (non-rotary) exchange line/trunk or a rotary (hunting) arrangement of
10 or less lines/trunks, up to 10 calling paths will be provided with the first feature rate. For a
hunting arrangement greater than 10 lines/trunks, additional paths (in excess of the 10 provided
with the first feature rate) can be purchased. In these instances, the total number of
Intra/Interoffice calling paths provided on exchange lines/trunks equipped with Rotary (Grouping)
can only be equal to or less than the number of lines/trunks in rotary.
Call Forwarding Don't Answer Multipath - This feature provides a Customer who has Call
Forwarding Don't Answer or Customer Control of Call Forwarding Don't Answer the capability to
specify the number of calling paths that will be forwarded to another telephone number. Where
facilities permit for a single (non-rotary) exchange line/trunk or a rotary (hunting) arrangement of
10 or less lines/trunks, up to 10 calling paths will be provided with the feature rate. For a hunting
arrangement greater than 10 lines/trunks, additional paths (in excess of the 10 provided with the
first feature rate) can be purchased. In these instances, the total number of Intra/Interoffice calling
paths provided on exchange lines/trunks equipped with Rotary (Grouping) can only be equal to or
less than the number of lines/trunks in rotary.
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
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Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.5
Custom Calling Service, (Cont’d.)
10.5.1
Description, (Cont’d.)
Call Forwarding Variable or Remote Access - Call Forwarding Multipath - This feature provides a
Customer who has Call Forwarding Variable or Remote Access - Call Forwarding Variable the
capability to specify the number of calling paths that will be forwarded simultaneously to another
telephone number. Where facilities permit for a single (non-rotary) exchange line/trunk or a rotary
(hunting) arrangement of 10 or less lines/trunks, up to 10 calling paths will be provided with the
feature rate. For a hunting arrangement greater than 10 lines/trunks, additional paths (in excess of
the 10 provided with the first feature rate) can be purchased. In these instances, the total number of
Intra/Interoffice calling paths provided on exchange lines/trunks equipped with Rotary (Grouping)
can only be equal to or less than the number lines/trunks in rotary.
Remote Access - Call Forwarding Variable - This feature provides a Customer the Call
Forwarding Variable feature and the capability to activate and deactivate the service remotely
from any line/equipment capable of Touch-Tone signaling rather than only from the base station
line. This feature does not require that a courtesy call be completed to the forward-to-telephone
number.
Call Return - This feature allows the Customer to automatically dial the number of the last caller.
Repeat Dialing - This feature allows the Customer to automatically check a busy number and
when the line is free, it rings the Customer back and completes the call.
Call Selector - This feature alerts the Customer with a distinctive ring that one of the six numbers
pre-selected is calling.
Preferred Call Forwarding - This feature allows a Customer to forward calls from preselected
telephone numbers. This service uses the calling number ID as the basis for choosing which calls
to forward.
Call Block - This feature allows the calling party to prevent the calling number from being
transmitted and displayed on the Caller ID equipment of the called party.
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.5
Custom Calling Service, (Cont’d.)
10.5.1
Description, (Cont’d.)
Call Tracing - This feature permits the tracing of the last call received and holds the results for
later use by an authorized law enforcement agency. Results of the trace are not available to the
Customer.
Caller ID - This service allows the Customer to identify the name and telephone number of the
party calling.
10.5.2
Resold Rates
Business/Business PBX Individual Features:
Call Waiting
Monthly
$4.80
Call Forwarding Variable
$4.80
Three-Way Calling
$4.80
Speed Calling (8-code)
$4.80
Speed Calling (30-code)
$6.00
Call Forwarding Busy Line
$3.00
Call Forwarding Don't Answer
$3.00
Call Forwarding Busy Line/Don't Answer
$4.00
Customer Control of Call forwarding Busy Line
$4.00
Customer Control of Call Forwarding Don't Answer
$4.00
Call Forwarding Busy Line Multipath or
Customer Control of Call Forwarding
Busy Line Multipath
$4.00
Call Forwarding Don't Answer Multipath or
Customer Control of Call Forwarding Don't
Answer Multipath
$4.00
Call Forwarding Variable Multipath or Remote
Access- Call Forwarding Variable Multipath
$4.00
Remote Access - Call Forwarding Variable
$2.75
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 90
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.5
Custom Calling Service, (Cont’d.)
10.5.2
Resold Rates (Cont'd)
Business/Business PBX Individual Features:
Call Return (per lien)
Call Return (per use)
Call Return (denial of per use)
Repeat Dialing (per line)
Repeat Dialing (per use)
Repeat Dialing (denial of per use)
Call Selector (per line)
Preferred Call Forwarding (per line)
Call Block (per line)
Call Tracing (per line)Per line
Per Successful Activation
Caller ID (per line)
Caller ID - Calling Name Delivery
Caller ID - Calling Number Delivery
Caller ID - Calling Number & Name
Calling Number Delivery Blocking
Permanent Per line2(w) Calling Number Delivery Blocking
Per Call (Per activation)
Enhanced Caller ID (with ACR) Per Line
Enhanced Caller ID (with Call Management) Per Line
Enhanced Caller ID (with ACR & Call Management) Per
Line
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Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Non-Recurring
Monthly
$3.00
N/A
N/A
$3.00
$0.50
N/A
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
N/A
$8.00
$8.50
$8.50
$8.50
$3.00
$3.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.6
Remote Call Forwarding (RCF)
RCF is a service whereby a call, placed from a station to a business Customer's telephone number (the call
forwarding location), is automatically forwarded by the Company to another station designated by the
Customer (the terminating station).
Remote Call Forwarding is per feature arranged and one access path for either interexchange,
intraexchange, or local calling area per service request,
Resold Non-Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Each
Additional Access Path (with initial installation)
Each
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
On-Net Non-Recurring
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Each
Additional Access Path (with initial installation)
Each
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
10.7
Resold Monthly
Monthly
On-Net Monthly
Monthly
Flexible Call Forwarding (FCF)
FCF is an optional network feature that provides a business Customer control for call forwarding
capabilities via dial-accessed voice prompt menus. The Company provides an Administrative telephone
number for such access. Access to these menus is available from the telephone service on which the FCF
feature is provided (the base station), and also from telephone services separate from that base station
service. Access from these "separate" services requires a customer-determined password.
The following charge is for the Flexible Call Forwarding feature only and is in addition to applicable
charges for service and equipment.
Rates-Individual Features
Flexible Call Forwarding
Flexible Call Forwarding
Resold Monthly
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
On-Net Monthly
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 92
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.8
ClearTouch Service
10.8.1
On-Net Rates
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Business/Business PBX Individual Features:
Call Waiting
Call Forwarding Variable
Three-Way Calling
Speed Calling (8-code)
Speed Calling (30-code)
Call Forwarding Busy Line Call
Forwarding Don't Answer
Call Forwarding Don't Answer - Ring Control
Customer Control of Call forwarding Busy Line
Customer Control of Call Forwarding Don't Answer
Call Forwarding Busy Line Multipath or
Customer Control of Call Forwarding
Busy Line Multipath
Call Forwarding Don't Answer Multipath or
Customer Control of Call Forwarding Don't
Answer Multipath
Call Forwarding Variable Multipath or Remote
Access- Call Forwarding Variable Multipath
Remote Access - Call Forwarding Variable
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Monthly
Effective: August 29, 2008
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Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 93
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.8
ClearTouch Service, (Contd.)
10.8.1
On-Net Rates (Cont'd)
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
Business/Business PBX Individual Features:
Non-Recurring
Monthly
Call Return (per line)
Repeat Dialing (per line)
Call Selector (per line)
Preferred Call Forwarding (per line)
Call Block (per line)
Call Tracing (per line)
Anonymous Call Rejection
Caller ID (available w/ or w/o ACR)
Basic
Deluxe
Enhanced
Call Return
(per use)
(denial of per use
Repeat Dialing
(per use)
(denial of per use)
10.8.2
ValuePlus Packages,
RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
The following packages are available in choosing any features listed below in Section 10.8.1.
Monthly
ValuePlus Gold (any 6 features)
ValuePlus Platinum (all features included)
Value Plus Silver (per feature)
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.9
Traditional Operator Services
10.9.1
Description
Operator Handled Calling Services are provided to Customers and Users of Company-provided
Exchange Access Services, and to Customers and Users of exchange access lines.
10.9.2
Definitions
Person-Person - Calls completed with the assistance of a Company operator to a particular person,
station, department, or PBX extension specified by the calling party. Charges may be billed to the
Customer's commercial credit card and/or LEC calling card, calling station, called station, or a
designated third-party station. Calls may be dialed with or without the assistance of a Company
operator
Station-to-Station - Refers to calls other than person-to-person calls billed to either the end user's
commercial credit card and/or nonproprietary calling card. Calls may be dialed with or without the
assistance of a Company operator. Collect calls to coin telephones and transfers of charges to third
telephones which are coin telephones will not be accepted.
Operator Dialed Charge - The end user places the call without dialing the destination number,
although the capability to do it himself exists. The end user will dial "0" for local with standard
dialing instructions and billed to a non-proprietary calling card issued by another carrier.
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 95
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, (CONT’D.)
10.9
Traditional Operator Services, (Cont’d.)
10.9.3
Rates
Local exchange and IntraLATA calls may be placed on an Operator Assisted basis. Usage charges
for Operator Assisted calls are the same as those set forth in Sections 8 and 9, preceding. For
Operator Assisted calls to Busy Line Verification and Interrupt, or Directory Assistance, the
surcharges specified in Section 10.1.3 will apply in addition to any applicable Operator charges.
In addition to the usage charges identified above, the following operator-assisted charges will
apply:
Per Call Charges
Person-to-Person
Station-to-Station (Operator Assisted)
Customer Dialed Calling Card
Collect
Billed to Third Party
Sent Paid
Directory Assistance
Director Assistance Call Completion
Completion
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
$3.00
$1.65
$1.65
$1.65
$1.65
$1.65
$0.50
$0.60
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 96
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS
11.1
Special Construction
11.1.1
Basis for Charges
Where the Company furnishes a facility or service for which a rate or charge is not specified in the
Company's tariffs, charges will be based on the costs incurred by the Company and may include:
11.1.2
(A)
non-recurring type charges;
(B)
recurring type charges;
(C)
termination liabilities; or
(D)
combinations thereof.
Termination Liability
The Customer shall incur termination liability charges, if the Customer cancels a Service Order or
terminates services for which a facility has been specially constructed, at the request of the
Customer. To the extent that there is no other requirement for use of such facility(ies) by the
Company, the Customer agrees to pay the Company termination liability charges, which are
defined below.
(A)
The period which the termination liability charge is based upon is the estimated service
life of the facilities provided by Company.
(B)
The amount of the maximum termination liability is equal to the estimated amounts for:
1.
Cost installed of the facilities provided including estimated costs for
rearrangements of existing facilities and/or construction of new facilities as
appropriate, less net salvage. Cost installed includes the cost of:
(a)
equipment and materials provided or used,
(b)
engineering, labor and supervision,
(c)
transportation, and
(d)
rights-of-way;
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Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 97
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS, (CONT’D.)
11.1
Special Construction, (Cont’d.)
11.1.2
Termination Liability (Cont'd)
(B)
(Cont'd)
2.
license preparation, processing, and related fees;
3.
tariff preparation, processing, and related fees;
4.
cost of removal and restoration, where appropriate; and
5.
any other identifiable costs related to the specially constructed or rearranged
facilities.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 98
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS, (CONT’D.)
11.1
Special Construction, (Cont’d.)
11.1.2
Termination Liability (Cont'd)
(C)
The applicable termination liability method for calculating the unpaid balance of a term
obligation. The amount of such charge is obtained by multiplying the sum of the amounts
determined as set forth in Section 11.1.2(B) preceding by a factor related to the unexpired
period of liability and the discount rate for return and contingencies. The amount
determined in section 11.1.2(B) preceding shall be adjusted to reflect the redetermined
estimate net salvage, including any reuse of the facilities provided. This product is
adjusted to reflect applicable taxes.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 99
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS, (CONT’D.)
11.2
Individual Case Basis (ICB) Arrangements
Arrangements will be developed on a case-by-case basis in response to a bona fide request from a
Customer or prospective Customer to develop a competitive bid for a service offered under this tariff. Rates
quoted in response to such competitive requests may be different than those specified for such services in
this tariff. ICB rates will be offered to the Customer in writing and on a nondiscriminatory basis. All ICB
rates are subject to Commission approval.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
HYPERCUBE TELECOM, LLC
Oklahoma Tariff No. 1
Original Page 100
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICES
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS, (CONT’D.)
11.3
Temporary Promotional Programs
The Company may from time to time engage in promotional trial service offerings of limited duration, not
to exceed six (6) months, designed to attract new subscribers or to increase subscriber awareness of a
particular service offering. Such promotional offerings will be limited to specific dates, times, and
locations. Except for the rates charged under such promotions, all other terms and conditions of service
contained in this tariff will apply to the Company's promotional service offerings. The Company will notify
the Director of Public Utility Division by letter specifying the services offered, terms of promotion,
location, and dates of each promotional period, fifteen (15) days in advance, for approval of promotional
service offerings.
Issued: August 28, 2008
Issued By:
Tariff Manager
Lancaster, Texas 75146
Effective: August 29, 2008
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