Nebraska Local Tariff
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL TITLE PAGE
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
REGULATIONS AND SCHEDULE OF INTRASTATE CHARGES
APPLYING TO LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
WITHIN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS” TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
CHECK SHEET
All pages of this tariff are effective as of the date shown. Original and revised pages, as
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Issue Date: March 18, 2016
Effective Date: April 1, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
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Issue Date: September 18, 2015
Effective Date: September 29, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
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Issue Date: March 18, 2016
Effective Date: April 1, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”TWO HUNDRED TWENTY-SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 5
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
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Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
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Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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Effective Date: November 29, 2012
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 6
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
.............................................................................................................................. Page
Check Sheet .................................................................................................................. 2
Table of Contents ........................................................................................................... 6
Explanation of Symbols ................................................................................................... 8
Application of Tariff ........................................................................................................ 9
SECTION 1 - Definitions ................................................................................................ 10
SECTION 2 - Regulations
2.1
Undertaking of the Company .................................................................... 16
2.1.1 Scope .......................................................................................... 16
2.1.2 Shortage of Equipment or Facilities ................................................. 16
2.1.3 Terms and Conditions .................................................................... 17
2.1.4 Liability of the Company ................................................................ 19
2.1.5 Notification of Service-Affecting Activities......................................... 27
2.1.6 Provision of Equipment & Facilities .................................................. 27
2.1.7 Non-routine Installation ................................................................. 29
2.1.8 Ownership of Facilities ................................................................... 29
2.1.9 Residential Contracts (Term Agreements) ........................................ 29
2.2
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Prohibited Uses ....................................................................................... 29
Obligations of the Customer
2.3.1 General ........................................................................................ 29
2.3.2 Claims ......................................................................................... 32
2.3.2 Private Identification Number (PIN) Access....................................... 32
Customer Equipment and Channels
2.4.1 General ........................................................................................ 33
2.4.2 Station Equipment......................................................................... 33
2.4.3 Interconnection of Facilities ............................................................ 34
2.4.4 Inspections ................................................................................... 35
Payment Arrangements
2.5.1 Payment for Service ...................................................................... 36
2.5.2 Billing and Collection of Charges ..................................................... 38
2.5.3 Disputed Bills................................................................................ 39
2.5.4 Advance Payments ........................................................................ 39
2.5.5 Deposits ....................................................................................... 40
2.5.6 Discontinuance of Service .............................................................. 45
Issue Date: April 1, 2008
Effective Date: April 14, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(C)
(C)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 7
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
TABLE OF CONTENTS, cont'd.
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.6
Allowances for Interruptions in Service
2.6.1 Credit for Interruptions .................................................................. 48
2.6.2 Limitations on Allowances .............................................................. 49
2.6.3 Use of Alternative Service Provided by the Company ......................... 49
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Cancellation or Termination and Auto-Renewal of Service Contracts
2.7.1 Cancellation of Application for Service ............................................. 50
2.7.2 Termination of Service by the Customer .......................................... 51
2.7.3 Termination of Service by the Company ........................................... 51
2.7.4 Auto-Renewal of Service Contracts .................................................. 51
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Transfers and Assignments ....................................................................... 52
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Notices and Communications .................................................................... 52
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions
3.1
Local Exchange Service
3.1.1 Service Area ................................................................................. 53
3.1.2 Local Line ..................................................................................... 56
3.1.3 Cox Connect ................................................................................. 64
3.1.4 Centrex Service............................................................................. 70
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI ..................................................................................... 82
3.1.5 Message Telecommunication Service ............................................... 90
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Directory Assistance................................................................................. 93
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Operator Assistance ................................................................................. 94
3.3.1 Operator Assisted Surcharges ......................................................... 95
3.3.2 Reserved .................................................................................... 96
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Directory Listings..................................................................................... 97
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Emergency Services (Enhanced).............................................................. 101
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Vanity Telephone Numbers ..................................................................... 101
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Special Taxes, Fees and Charges ...........................................................101.1
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings .............................................................................. 102
SECTION 5 - Individual Case Basis (ICB) Arrangements .................................................. 103
SECTION 6 - Residential Assistance Offerings ................................................................ 104
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings ................................................................. 106
SECTION 8 – Resale Service Offering ............................................................................ 120
Issue Date: February 20, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: March 3, 2015
(D/T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 8
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
EXPLANATION SYMBOLS REFER MARKS, AND ABBREVIATIONS OF
TECHNICAL TERMS USED IN THIS TARIFF
The following symbols shall be used in this tariff for the purpose indicated below:
C-
To signify changed regulation.
D-
To signify discontinued rate or regulation.
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To signify increased rate.
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To signify a move in the location of text.
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To signify new rate or regulation.
R-
To signify reduced rate.
S-
To signify reissued matter.
T-
To signify a change in text but no change in rate or regulation.
Issue Date: November 21, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 2, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 9
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
APPLICATION OF TARIFF
This tariff sets forth the service offerings, rates, terms and conditions applicable to the
furnishing of intrastate communications services by COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C. to
Customers within the local exchange service area defined below:
Issue Date: April 28, 2009
Effective Date: May 8, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 9.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
APPLICATION OF TARIFF
This tariff sets forth the service offerings, rates, terms and conditions applicable to the
furnishing of intrastate communications services by COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C. to
Customers within the local exchange service area defined below: (Freemont Children’s
Hospital).
Issue Date: April 28, 2009
Effective Date: May 8, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 10
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 1 - Definitions
Certain terms used generally throughout this tariff are defined below.
Account Codes: Allows a User to allocate local calls to a 4-digit, non-verified account code.
Advance Payment: Payment of all or part of a charge required before the start of service.
Authorized User: A person, firm, corporation or other entity that either is authorized by the
Customer to use local exchange telephone service or is placed in a position by the Customer,
either through acts or omissions, to use local exchange telephone service.
Business Telephone Service: Telephone service to a business location, or to a residential
location and which is listed in the business section of the local telephone book.
Cable Service: This service is defined as the basic service tier (BST). BST includes the local
broadcast stations and any public, educational, and government programming required by the
franchise agreement.
Call Forward Busy: Automatically routes incoming calls to a designated answering point
when the called line is busy.
Call Forward No Answer: Automatically routes incoming calls to a designated answering
point when the called line does not answer within a pre-specified number of rings.
Call Forward Remote Access: Allows a customer to change the forwarding of a call from a
remote location by dialing in and pressing a series of codes.
Call Forward Variable: Automatically routes incoming calls to a designated answering point,
regardless of whether the user's Station is idle or busy.
Call Hold: Allows the User to hold one call for any length of time provided that neither party
goes On Hook.
Issue Date: February 27, 1998
Effective Date: March 10, 1998
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 11
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 1 - Definitions, cont’d.
Call Park: Allows a User to "park” a call against their directory number within the business
group and "unpark" the call from any other directory number. A business group consists of a
series of Customer-defined telephone numbers.
Call Pickup: Allows a User to answer incoming calls to another Station line within a defined
call pickup group. Call Pickup is provided as either Group Call Pickup, where predesignated
groups can pickup each other's calls by activating an access code or a feature key, or Directed
Call Pickup, where any call can be retrieved by dialing a different access code followed by the
extension number.
Call Trace: Allows a Customer who has been receiving harassing or annoying phone calls to
have the number of the caller recorded for follow-up by appropriate law enforcement agencies.
Call Transfer/Consultation/Conference: Provides the capability to transfer or add a third
party, using the same line.
Call Waiting: Provides the User with a burst of tone to indicate that another call is waiting.
The second call can either be answered by flashing the switchhook or hanging up the phone
and being rung back by the caller.
Call Waiting Cancel: Allows a User to cancel the Call Waiting feature on a per call basis by
dialing a specific two digit code.
Calling Number Delivery (Caller ID): Identifies the 10-digit number of the calling party.
Calling Number Delivery Blocking: Blocks the delivery of the number to the called party on
a per call basis.
Cancellation Charge or Cancellation Fee: A charge applicable under certain conditions
when an application for service and/or facilities is cancelled in whole or in part prior to the
completion of the installation of the service. (See Section 2.7 for details.)
Class of Service (COS): Used to prevent a Station from dialing certain codes and numbers.
Combination Service: shall mean a residential Customer, who may qualify for discounts on
the first and additional lines if the Customer also purchases either Cable Services or high
speed internet access from a Cox Affiliated Company. The eligibility will continue so long as
the Customer continues to purchase the either service from the Cox Affiliated Company.
Conference/Six-Way: The User can sequentially call up to five other people and add them
together to makeup a six-way call.
Issue Date: November 9, 2007
Effective Date: November 19, 2007
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 12
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 1 - Definitions, cont’d.
Company or Cox: COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C., which is the issuer of this tariff.
Cox Affiliated Company: shall mean a wholly owned subsidiary of COX NEBRASKA TELCOM,
L.L.C.’s parent company, Cox Communications, Inc., which provides cable and high speed
internet access in the State of Nebraska.
Customer: The person, firm, corporation or other entity which orders service and is
responsible for the payment of charges and for compliance with the Company's tariff
regulations.
Customer Group Dialing Plan: A dialing scheme shared by the members of a Customer
group, such as 4 digit internal dialing.
Dial Pulse (DP): The pulse type employed by rotary dial Station sets.
Direct Inward Dialing (DID): A service attribute that routes incoming calls directly to
Stations, by-passing a central answering point.
Do Not Disturb: Allows the User to prevent incoming calls from ringing its line by diverting
them to a tone or a recorded announcement that informs the caller that the User is not
accepting calls at this time.
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency ("DTMF"): The pulse type employed by tone dial station sets.
Early Termination Charge or Fee: A charge assessed to a Customer if a contract is
terminated prior to the expiration of the contract period. (See Section 2.7 for details.)
Embedded Multimedia Terminal Adapter (“eMTA”): Equipment provided to the Customer
to enable Cox’s provision of voice telephone service.
Exchange Carrier: Any individual, partnership, association, joint-stock company, trust,
governmental entity or corporation engaged in the provision of local exchange telephone
service.
Holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King’s Birthday, President’s Day, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas
Day.
Hunting: Routes a call to an idle station line. With Serial Hunting, Calls to a member of a
hunt group will search from that point to the end of the group and stop.
Individual Case Basis: A service arrangement in which the regulations, rates and charges
are developed based on the specific circumstances of the Customer's situation.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 13
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 1 - Definitions, cont’d.
Joint User: A person, firm or corporation designated by the Customer as a user of local
exchange service furnished to the Customer by the Company, and to whom a portion of the
charges for such facilities are billed under a joint use arrangement.
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 for the provision and administration of communications services.
Least Idle Trunk Selection (LIDL): LIDL trunk selection occurs when a switching unit
selects from a Trunk group the Trunk that has been idle for the shortest period of time.
Local Calling: A completed call or telephonic communication between a calling Station and
any other Station within the local service area of the calling Station.
Local Exchange Carrier: A company which furnishes exchange telephone service.
Mbps: Megabits, or millions of Bits, per second.
Measured Rate Service: The term "Measured Rate Service" denotes business service for
which charges are made according to a measured amount of usage. Rates include an access
line charge, which are billed in advance, and usage charges, which are billed in arrears.
Message Waiting: This feature provides an indication to a Station User that a message is
waiting. Indications may be visual (lamp) or audible (stuttered dialtone).
Most Idle Trunk Selection (MIDL): MIDL Trunk selection occurs when a switching unit
selects from a Trunk group the Trunk that has been idle for the longest period of time.
Multiple Appearance Directory Numbers: A directory number that is assigned more than
once to one or more Proprietary Business Sets.
Multi-Frequency ("MF"): An inter-machine pulse-type used for signaling between telephone
switches, or between telephone switches and PBX/key systems.
Issue Date: April 3, 2000
Effective Date: April 14, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 14
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 1 - Definitions, cont’d.
Non-Recurring Charges: The one-time initial charges for services or facilities, including but
not limited to charges for construction, installation, or special fees, for which the Customer
becomes liable at the time the Service Order is executed.
Off-Hook: The term "off-hook" denotes the active condition of a telephone exchange service
line.
On-Hook: The term "on-hook" denotes the idle condition of a telephone exchange service
line.
Presubscription: A process whereby a Customer chooses a long distance carrier and is then
able to access that carrier by dialing 1+.
Recurring Charges: The monthly charges to the Customer for services, facilities and
equipment, which continue for the agreed upon duration of the service.
Repeat Dialing: Allows a customer to dial the same number over again by pressing a specific
code.
Residential Service: Residential service rates apply if the Customer’s service is used
primarily for social or domestic purposes.
Resold Services: Local exchange services provided by the Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier
and resold by the Company.
Service Commencement Date: The first day following the date on which the Company
notifies the Customer that the requested service or facility is available for use, unless
extended by the Customer's refusal to accept service which does not conform to standards set
forth in the Service Order or this tariff, in which case the Service Commencement Date is the
date of the Customer's acceptance of service. The parties may mutually agree on a substitute
Service Commencement Date.
Service Order: The written request for local exchange services executed by the Customer and
the Company in a format specified by the Company. The signing of a Service Order by the
Customer and acceptance thereof 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.
Issue Date: April 3, 2000
Effective Date: April 14, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(C)
(C)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 15
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 1 - Definitions, cont’d.
Services: The Company's telecommunications services offered on the Company's network.
Shared Facilities: A facility or equipment system or subsystem which can be used
simultaneously by several Customers.
Speed Call: Provides a User with the option to call selected directory numbers by dialing a
one or two-digit code.
Station: Telephone equipment from or to which calls are placed.
Trunk: A communications path connecting two switching systems in a network, used in the
establishment of an end-to-end connection.
User: A Customer or any other person authorized by the Customer to use service provided
under this tariff.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 16
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations
2.1
Undertaking of the Company
2.1.1 Scope
The Company undertakes to furnish communications service in connection with
one-way and/or two-way information transmission between points within the
State of Nebraska under the terms of this tariff.
Customers 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 herein,
and it assumes no responsibility for any service provided by any other entity
that purchases access to the Company network in order to originate or
terminate its own services, or to communicate with its own customers.
2.1.2 Shortage of Equipment or Facilities
1.
The Company reserves the right to limit or allocate the use of existing
facilities when it deems necessary to manage the lack of facilities or to
manage a facility shortage due to some other cause beyond the
Company's control.
The Company maintains the right to apply
protective controls, such as call gapping, which selectively cancels the
completion of traffic carried over its network, including the traffic
associated with an End User's transmission to another carrier. In
addition, the Company reserves the right to limit call duration when
deemed necessary to prevent network degradation and to optimize
network efficiency of its telephone service. The Company will incur no
liability for call interruptions resulting from the Company’s efforts to
avoid such degradation.
2.
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 fiber optic cable facilities as well as facilities
the Company may obtain from other carriers, from time to time, to
furnish service as required at the sole discretion of the Company.
3.
The furnishing of service under this tariff is subject to the availability to
the Company of adequate numbering resources and may be subject to
the Company's implementation of interconnection arrangements with
incumbent local exchange carrier in Nebraska.
Issue Date: June 26, 2001
Effective Date: July 10, 2001
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(C)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 17
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company
2.1.3 Terms and Conditions
1.
Except as otherwise provided herein, service is provided and billed on
the basis of a minimum period of at least one month, and shall continue
to be provided until canceled by the Customer, in writing, on not less
than 30 days' notice. Unless otherwise specified herein, for the purpose
of computing charges in this tariff, a month is considered to have 30
days. All calculations of dates set forth in this tariff shall be based on
calendar days, unless otherwise specified herein.
2.
Customers may be required to enter into written Service Orders which
shall contain or reference the name of the Customer, 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.
3.
Upon expiration of a term agreement, service shall continue on a
month to month basis at the then current rates unless terminated by
either party upon 30 days written notice. Any termination shall not
relieve 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.
4.
In any action between the parties to enforce any provisions 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.
5.
This tariff shall be interpreted and governed by the laws of the State of
Nebraska.
Issue Date: November 9, 2007
Effective Date: November 19, 2007
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 18
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.3 Terms and Conditions, cont’d.
6.
Another telephone company must not interfere with the right of any
person or entity to obtain service directly from the Company.
7.
Cox will reserve the telephone numbers for Customer’s new telephone
service. Reserved telephone numbers may change prior to the time of
installation of service. Customers should not use, publish or advertise
reserved numbers until service has been activated. Customer is solely
responsible for any expense or loss resulting from Customer’s use,
publication or dissemination of these numbers. The Customer has no
property right in the telephone number associated with Cox telephone
service; however, if Customer ports telephone numbers from another
carrier to Cox, subject to federal or state law, or telephony industry
guidelines, Cox will use such numbers with Customer’s telephone
service. After activation, Cox reserves the right to change telephone
numbers subject to federal or state law, or telephony industry
guidelines.
Business Customers, who have fulfilled contract
obligations and wish to transfer service type from Business to
Residential, will be allowed to keep existing telephone
number(s) and receive residential rates. Business Customers,
who have not fulfilled contract obligations and switch service
types from Business to Residential, will be issued a new telephone
number when the service is transferred to a Residential Service type.
Additionally, call intercept will not be deployed to inform the caller of
the new Residential Service number.
8.
The Customer agrees to operate any Company-provided equipment in
accordance with instructions of the Company or the Company's agent.
Failure to do so will void Company liability for interruption of service and
may make the Customer responsible for damage to Company-provided
equipment pursuant to section 2.1.3.10 below.
Issue Date: January 3, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 14, 2014
(N/D)
(D)
(N)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 18.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.3 Terms and Conditions, cont’d.
9.
Service to certain Customers is provided via an Embedded Multimedia
Terminal Adapter (“eMTA”). If service is provided via an eMTA, the
Customer will receive an eMTA provided by Cox during installation. The
eMTA works on household power and requires a battery to operate
during a power outage. The battery will operate up to 8 hours in case of
a power outage depending on usage. While the Customer’s telephone
service will be available without a battery or a fully charged battery,
services, including access to 9-1-1 services will not be available during
outages without a battery or if the battery has been drained. The
Customer may order a battery from Cox by calling the Cox customer
service number or visiting a Cox retail store after telephone service is
installed.
(a)
If the Customer ordered phone service before November 1, 2013, Cox
will provide a battery and all replacements at no charge. The
Customer is responsible for monitoring the battery and contacting Cox
when the battery no longer is able to function properly, including but
not limited to the ability to maintain a charge, and must be replaced.
(b)
If the Residential Customer ordered phone service on or after
November 1, 2013 and is not a Lifeline Customer, Cox will provide a
battery upon request at the then-prevailing retail price, plus shipping
if applicable. The Customer may obtain batteries from sources other
than Cox if available, but the Customer is responsible for ensuring
that any battery obtained from another source is compatible with the
eMTA. The Customer is responsible for installation of the battery and
for monitoring the battery and determining when the battery no
longer is able to function properly, including but not limited to the
ability to maintain a charge, and must be replaced.
(c)
If the Customer is a Lifeline Customer, the Customer is entitled to
receive one battery for each eMTA installed at the Customer premises.
The battery will be delivered to the Lifeline Customer at the service
address when eligibility for Lifeline is established.
The Lifeline
Customer is responsible for installing and monitoring the battery, and
contacting Cox when the battery no longer is able to function
properly, including but not limited to the ability to maintain a charge,
and must be replaced. Lifeline customers may request a replacement
battery from Cox free of charge.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 18.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.3 Terms and Conditions, cont’d.
10.
The Customer agrees to return to the Company all Company-provided
termination of the service in connection with which the equipment was
used. Said equipment shall be in the same condition as when delivered
to Customer, normal wear and tear only excepted. Customer shall
reimburse the Company, upon demand, for any costs incurred by the
Company due to Customer's failure to comply with this provision.
(T/M)
11.
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.
(T)
(M) Material relocated from Page 18
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
….(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 19
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4
Liability of the Company
1.
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, other defects, or representations by the
Company, or use of these services or damages arising out of the failure
to furnish the service whether caused by acts or omissions, shall be
limited to the extension of allowances for interruption as set forth in
Section 2.6, below. 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.
2.
The Company's liability for willful misconduct, if established as a result
of judicial or administrative proceedings, is not limited by this tariff. The
Company's liability, if any, with regard to delayed installation of
Company facilities or commencement of service, shall not exceed
$1,000. With respect to any other claim or suit, by a Customer or by any
others, for damages (including any such claim or suit arising out of or
related to the reservation of any specific number for use with a service),
associated with the ordinary" installation (including delays thereof)
provision, termination, maintenance, repair, interruption or restoration
of any service or facilities offered under this tariff, and subject to the
provisions of Section 2.6, the Company's liability, if any, shall be limited
as provided herein.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 20
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
3.
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 military authority; preemption of existing service
in compliance with national emergencies; insurrections; riots; wars;
hurricanes; storms; unavailability of rights-of-way or materials, or
strikes, lockouts, work stoppages, or other labor difficulties.
4.
The Company shall not be liable for: (a) any act or omission of any
entity furnishing the Company or the Company's Customers facilities or
equipment used for or with the services the Company offers; or (b) for
the acts or omissions of other common carriers or warehousemen.
5.
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, including service
interruptions due to power outages and failure of batteries.
6.
The Customer shall indemnify and hold 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, condition, location
or use of any installation provided by the Company.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
(C)
(C)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 21
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
6.
(cont’d) The Company reserves the right to require each Customer to
sign an agreement acknowledging acceptance of the provisions of this
section as a condition precedent to such installations.
7.
The Company shall not be 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 gross negligence or
willful misconduct of the Company's agents or employees. No agents or
employees of other participating carriers shall be deemed to be agents
or employees of the Company.
8.
Notwithstanding the Customer's obligations as set forth in Section 2.3.2,
the Company shall be indemnified, defended, and held harmless by the
Customer or by others authorized by it to use the Company's service
against any claim, loss or damage arising from Customer's use of
services furnished under this tariff, including: (1) claims for libel,
slander, invasion of privacy or infringement of copyright arising from the
material, data, information, or other content transmitted via the
Company's service; (2) patent infringement claims arising from
combining or connecting the service offered by the Company with
apparatus and systems of the Customer or others; and (3) all other
claims arising out of any act or omission of the Customer or others in
connection with any service provided by the Company pursuant to this
tariff.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 22
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
9.
The entire liability of the Company for any claim, loss, damage or
expense from any cause whatsoever shall in no event exceed sums
actually paid to the Company by the Customer for the specific services
giving rise to the claim, and no action or proceeding against the
Company shall be commenced more than one year after the service is
rendered.
10.
The Company makes no warranties or representations, express or
implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular
use, except those expressly set forth herein.
11.
The Company shall not be liable for any act or omission of any other
company or companies furnishing a portion of the service, or for
damages associated with service, channels, or equipment which it does
not furnish, or for damages which result from the operation of
Customer-provided systems, equipment, including batteries, facilities
or services which are interconnected with Company services.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
(C)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 23
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
12.
The Company does not guarantee or make any warranty with respect to
service installations at locations at which there is present an atmosphere
that is explosive, prone to fire, dangerous or otherwise unsuitable for
such installations. The Customer shall indemnify and hold 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 the Customer or by any other party, for any personal injury
to, or death of, any person or persons, or 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, locations or use of service furnished by the
Company at such locations.
13.
The Company shall not be liable for the Customer's failure to fulfill its
obligations to take all necessary steps including, without limitation,
obtaining, installing and maintaining all necessary equipment, materials
and supplies, for interconnecting the terminal equipment or
communications system of the Customer, or any third party acting as its
agent, to the Company's network. The Customer shall secure all
licenses, permits, rights-of-way, and other arrangements necessary for
such interconnection. In addition, the Customer shall ensure that its
equipment and/or system or that of its agent is properly interfaced with
the Company's service, that the signals emitted into the Company's
network are of the proper mode, band-width, power, data speed, and
signal level for the intended use of the Customer and in compliance with
the criteria set forth in Section 2.1.6 following, and that the signals do
not damage Company equipment, injure its personnel or degrade service
to other Customers. If the Customer or its agent fails to maintain and
operate its equipment and/or system or that of its agent properly, with
resulting imminent harm to Company personnel, equipment, or the
quality of service to other Customers, the Company may, upon written
notice, require the use of protective equipment at the Customer's
expense. If this fails to produce satisfactory quality and safety, the
company may, upon written notice, terminate the Customer's service
without liability.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 24
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
14.
With respect to Emergency Number 911 Service:
(a)
This service is offered solely as an aid in handling assistance calls in
connection with fire, police and other emergencies. The Company is not
responsible for any losses, claims, demands, suits or any liability
whatsoever, whether suffered, made, instituted or asserted by the
Customer or by any other party or person for any personal injury to or
death of any person or persons, and for any loss, damage or destruction
of any property, whether owned by the Customer or others, caused or
claimed to have been caused by: (1) mistakes, omissions, interruptions,
delays, errors or other defects in the provision of this service, or (2)
installation, operation, failure to operate, maintenance, removal
presence, condition, location or use of any equipment and facilities
furnishing this service.
(b)
If the Customer does not purchase a battery for the eMTA or does not
monitor the status of the battery and replace it when it no longer holds a
charge, service, including 911 service, will not function during a
household power outage. Even if customer has a battery for the eMTA,
if customer only has a phone that requires electricity to operate (e.g. a
cordless phone), access to 911 service will not be available during a
household power outage.
(N)
Neither is the Company responsible for any infringement or invasion of
the right of privacy of any person or persons, caused or claimed to have
been caused, directly or indirectly, by the installation, operation, failure
to operate, maintenance, removal, presence, condition, occasion or use
of emergency 911 service features and the equipment associated
therewith, or by any services furnished by the Company including, but
not limited to, the identification of the telephone number, address or
name associated with the telephone used by the party or parties
accessing emergency 911 service, and which arise out of the negligence
or other wrongful act of the Company, the Customer, its Users, agencies
or municipalities, or the employees or agents of any one of them.
(M/T)
(c)
(M) Material relocated from Page 25.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
(N)
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 25
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
.
14.
With respect to Emergency Number 911 Service: Cont’d.
(d)
For eMTA provisioned voice services when the Customer purchases and
maintains a battery for the eMTA, and for non-eMTA provisioned voice
services, 911 service is designed by the company to provide at least the
same level of service reliability and quality as local exchange telephone
service in the exchanges where 911 systems are equipped with the
features required to provide 911 services while commercial power is
available and during outages for the period when the battery is in
operation.
(N/M)
(N)
(M)
(e)
(T)
Emergency Locator Service
Business Customer acknowledges and understands that the E911
database will provide accurate information to first responders and
others who access the database only if the Customer assures that the
information is accurate at every moment of time. Company shall have
no liability for any delay, incorrect response, or any injury that
Customer or any person suffers as a result of any inaccuracy in the
E911 database caused by Customer’s actions or failure to act. The
Customer must advise the Company of E911 move, add, change, or
delete information in writing within twenty-four (24) hours of the
effective date of the change. Company makes no warranties, express
or implied, regarding the accuracy of E911 information provided by the
Customer.
It is Customer’s responsibility to conduct initial and regular testing of
the ability to dial 9-1-1 over Cox Business services and ensure that: 1)
Customer Premises Equipment (“CPE”) is compatible with Cox
Business’s services; 2) the PSAP is able to indentify the Customer’s
address when a 911 call is placed from Customer’s location; and, if
Customer is using a PS-ALI service to provide enhanced PS/ALI
functions (as described below), that 3) the PSAP is able to indentify
the specific location within Customer’s address from where the 911 call
is placed. (See Section 5, Testing 9-1-1 Call Processing for PBX
Systems; NENA Technical Information Document No. 03-502,
“Trunking for Private Switch 9-1-1 Service,” available at
www.nena.org.)
(M) Material relocated to Page 24.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 25.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
.
14.
With respect to Emergency Number 911 Service: (Cont’d)
(e)
Emergency Locator Service (cont’d)
(T)
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, if Customer is served
by the Company through a PBX or any customer-owned or customercontrolled equipment, or Cox Business VoiceManager and Centrex then
Customer shall immediately and continuously inform the Company of
any and all changes to the PBX or other equipment which might impair
the accuracy of the E911 database as to any users of the Company’s
services. Moreover, Customer shall timely inform all new and existing
users of its equipment or its internal telephone systems of the
limitations of E911 in such a setting and shall provide the users with
instructions on how they should identify their physical location in
situations in which a 911 call is placed.
The acknowledgments by, and obligations of, the Customer apply to
any form of E911 service provided to the Customer by Company
including its PS/ALI offering.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 26
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.4 Liability of the Company, cont’d.
15.
The Company’s liability arising from errors or omissions in Directory
Listings, other than charged listings, shall be limited to the amount of
actual impairment to the Customer's service and in no event shall
exceed one-half the amount of the fixed monthly charges applicable to
exchange service affected during the period covered by the directory in
which the error or omission occurs. In cases of charged Directory
Listings, the liability of the Company shall be limited to an amount not
exceeding the amount of charges for the charged listings involved during
the period covered by the directory in which the error or omission
occurs. Such liability shall be limited to errors or omissions directly
related to the Company. Cox shall not be liable for errors or omissions
in Directory Listings caused by either Incumbent Local Exchange
Carriers (“ILECs”) or by third parties that receive information provided
by such ILEC in updating directory databases and publishing
directories.
16.
In conjunction with a non-published telephone number, as described in
Section 3.4.5.3, the Company will not be liable for failure or refusal to
complete any call to such telephone when the call is not placed by
number. The Company will try to prevent the disclosure of the number
of such telephone, but will not be liable should such number be
divulged.
17.
When a Customer with a non-published telephone number, as defined
herein, places a call to the Emergency 911 Service, the Company will
release the name and address of the calling party, where such
information can be determined to the appropriate local governmental
authority responsible for the Emergency 911 Service upon request of
such governmental authority. By subscribing to service under this tariff,
Customer acknowledges and agrees with the release of information as
described above.
(D)
(D)
(D)
(D)
18.
The Company shall not be liable for any act or omission concerning the (T)
implementation of Presubscription, as defined herein.
Issue Date: February 20, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: March 3, 2015
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 27
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - 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
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 preventive 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 notifications requirements. However, some emergency or
unplanned service-affecting conditions, such as outage resulting from cable
damage, notification to the Customer may not be possible.
2.1.6 Provision of Equipment and Facilities
1.
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.
2.
The Company shall use reasonable efforts to maintain facilities that it
furnishes to the Customer. The Customer may not, nor may the
Customer permit others to, rearrange, disconnect, remove, and attempt
to repair or otherwise interfere with any of the facilities installed by the
Company, except upon the written consent of the Company.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 28
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.1
Undertaking of the Company, cont'd.
2.1.6 Provision of Equipment and Facilities, cont’d.
3.
Equipment installed at the Customer Premises for use in connections
with the services the Company offers shall not be used for any purpose
other than that for which the Company has provided it.
4.
The Company shall not be responsible for the installation, operation or
maintenance of any Customer provided communications equipment.
Where such equipment is connected to the facilities furnished 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. Beyond this responsibility, the Company
shall not be responsible for:
(a)
(b)
(c)
5.
the transmission of signals by Customer provided equipment or
for the quality of, or defects in, such transmission; or
the reception of signals by Customer provided equipment; or
network control signaling where such signaling is performed by
Customer-provided network control signaling equipment.
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.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 29
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - 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.
Standard installation service charges reflect service provided between Monday
through Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., at current installation intervals and
without work interruptions by the Customer. For Customer requests for
expedited services that require installations on a date that is less than the
normal offered interval, a 100% increase in applicable service charge shall
apply, or if during a promotional period, the full non-discounted service
charge would apply.
2.1.8 Ownership of Facilities
Title to all facilities provided in accordance with this tariff remains in the
Company, its agents or contractors.
(N)
2.1.9 Residential Contracts (Term Agreements)
Cox may from time to time offer its Residential Customers term pricing via a
contract. Residential Customers may be offered a verbal contract for a period
of 12 months or less. For periods longer than 12 months, Cox will require a
written contract. Both verbal and written agreements may include a prorated
Early Termination Fee.
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 will 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 SCC 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.
Issue Date: April 1, 2008
Effective Date: April 14, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 30
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.3
Obligations of the Customer
2.3.1 General
The Customer shall be responsible for:
1.
the payment of all applicable charges pursuant to this tariff;
2.
reimbursing the Company for damage to, or loss of, the Company's
facilities or equipment caused by the acts or omissions of the Customer;
or the noncompliance by the Customer, with these regulations; or by fire
or theft or other casualty on the Customer's premises, unless caused by
the negligence or willful misconduct of the employees or agents of the
Company.
The Company will, upon reimbursement for damages,
cooperate with the Customer in prosecuting a claim against the person
causing such damage and the Customer shall be subrogated to the
Company's right of recovery of damages to the extent of such payment.
3.
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;
4.
If an eMTA is installed at the customer premises, monitoring the battery
in the eMTA and contacting Cox for a replacement when the battery no
longer is able to function properly, including but not limited to the ability
to maintain a charge, and must be replaced;
5.
If the Customer is a Lifeline Customer and if an eMTA is installed at the
customer premises, monitoring the battery in the eMTA and contacting
Cox for a replacement when the battery no longer is able to function
properly, including but not limited to the ability to maintain a charge;
(T)
(T)
(M)
(N)
(N)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Page 30.1.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 30.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.3
Obligations of the Customer
2.3.1 General, cont’d
The Customer shall be responsible for, cont’d:
6.
obtaining, maintaining, and otherwise having full responsibility for all
rights-of-way and conduit necessary for installation of fiber optic or
other cable and associated equipment used to provide local exchange
service to the Customer from the cable building entrance or property line
to the location of the equipment space described in 2.3.1.3. Any costs
associated with obtaining and maintaining the rights-of-way described
herein, including the costs of altering the structure to permit installation
of the Company-provided facilities, shall be borne entirely by, or may be
charged by the Company to, the Customer. The Company may require
the Customer to demonstrate its compliance with this section prior to
accepting an order for service.
(T/M)
7.
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;
(T)
(M) Material relocated from Page 30.
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 31
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.3
Obligations of the Customer, cont’d.
2.3.1 General, cont’d.
The Customer shall be responsible for:
8.
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 right-of-way for which Customer is
responsible under Section 2.3.l.4 above; 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;
(T)
9.
not creating or allowing to be placed or maintained any liens or other
encumbrances on the Company’s equipment or facilities; and
(T)
10.
making Company facilities and equipment available periodically for
maintenance purposes at a time agreeable to both the Company and the
Customer. No allowance for interruptions in service will be made for the
period during which service is interrupted for such purposes.
(T)
11.
allowing the Company, or its agent, access to the property, with no
notice, to remove Company facilities and/or equipment when customer
has discontinued service.
(T)
12.
providing the Company with written notification of any change in name,
ownership or control.
(T)
13.
ensuring that the Customer-provided equipment (CPE), such as a
Private-Branch Exchange (PBX), provisioned on the Company’s network
is maintained and operated in a fashion to deter fraudulent or
unauthorized access to the CPE. The Customer is responsible for
payment of all charges incurred on their monthly billing statement.
(T)
14.
ensuring that station location information for all Customer-provided
Multi-Line Telephone Systems (MLTS), or PBXs, is current in the PS-ALI,
so that emergency responders have the ability to locate the station in
emergency situations.
(T)
Issue Date: October 18, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 1, 2013
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 32
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.3
Obligations of the Customer, cont’d.
2.3.2 Claims
With respect to any service, equipment or facility provided by the Company,
Customer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Company from all
claims, actions, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses, including reasonable
attorneys' fees for:
1.
any loss, destruction or damage to property of the Company or any third
party, or the death of or injury to persons, including, but not limited to,
employees or invitees of either the Company or the Customer, 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
2.
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.
2.3.3 Private Identification Number (“PIN”) Access
The F.C.C. requires that Customers set up and use a Private Identification
Number (“PIN”) when communicating with the Company to obtain certain
information about, or to make certain changes to, their telephone account. Use
of this PIN may be waived when communicating with an account representative
dedicated to a Business Customer’s account. Cox Digital Telephone Service is
subject to the Cox privacy policy posted on the Company’s website at
http://www.cox.com/policy/#OnlinePrivacyPolicy.
Issue Date: December 7, 2007
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 17, 2007
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 33
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.4
Customer Equipment and Channels
2.4. 1 General
A Customer may transmit or receive information or signals via the facilities of
the Company.
2.4.2
Station Equipment
1. The Customer is responsible for providing and maintaining any terminal
equipment on the Customer’s (or authorized user’s or joint user’s) premises.
The electric power consumed by such equipment shall be provided by, and
maintained at the expense of, the Customer. All such terminal equipment
must be registered with the FCC under 47 C.F.R., Part 68 and all wiring
must be installed and maintained in compliance with those regulations. The
Company will, where practicable, notify the Customer that temporary
discontinuance of the use of a service may be required; however, where
prior notice is not practicable, nothing contained herein shall be deemed to
impair the Company's right to discontinue forthwith the use of a service
temporarily if such action is reasonable under the circumstances. In case of
such temporary discontinuance, the Customer will be promptly notified and
afforded the opportunity to correct the condition which gave rise to the
temporary discontinuance. During such period of temporary discontinuance,
credit allowance for service interruptions as set forth in Section 2.6 following
is not applicable.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 34
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.4
Customer Equipment and Channels, cont’d.
2.4.2
Station Equipment, cont’d.
2.
The Customer is responsible for ensuring that Customer-provided equipment
connected to Company equipment and facilities is compatible with such
equipment and facilities. The magnitude and character of the voltages and
currents impressed on Company provided equipment and wiring by the
connection, operation, or maintenance of such equipment and wiring shall be
such as not to cause damage to the Company-provided equipment and wiring
or injury to the Company's employees or other persons. Any additional
protective equipment required to prevent such damage or injury shall be
provided by the Company at the Customer's expense.
3.
The Customer is responsible for ensuring that the Customer-Provided
Equipment (CPE), such as a Private-Branch Exchange (PBX),
provisioned on the Company’s network is maintained and operated to
deter fraudulent or unauthorized access to the CPE. The Customer is
responsible for payment of all charges incurred on their monthly billing
statement.
4.
The Customer is responsible for ensuring that station location
information for all Customer-provided Multi-Line Telephone Systems
(MLTS), or PBXs, is current in the PS-ALI so that emergency responders
have the ability to locate the station in emergency situations.
2.4.3 Interconnection of Facilities
1.
Any special interface equipment necessary to achieve compatibility
between the facilities and equipment of the Company used for furnishing
local exchange service and the channels, facilities, or equipment of
others may be provided at the Customer's expense.
2.
Local 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 which are applicable to such connections.
3.
Facilities furnished under this tariff may be connected to Customer
provided terminal equipment in accordance with the provisions of this
tariff.
Issue Date: April 28, 2009
Effective Date: May 8, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 35
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.4
Customer Equipment and Channels, cont’d.
2.4.4 Inspections
1.
Upon reasonable 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 2.4.2.2 for the installation, operation, and maintenance
of Customer-provided facilities and equipment to Company-owned
facilities and equipment. No credit will be allowed for any interruptions
occurring during such inspections.
2.
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 10 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 take such actions and provide such
notice, the Company may take whatever additional action is deemed
necessary, including the suspension of service, to protect its facilities,
equipment and personnel from harm. The Company will, upon request
24 hours in advance, provide the Customer with a statement of technical
parameters that the Customer's equipment must meet.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 36
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements
2.5.1 Payment for Service
The Customer is responsible for payment of all charges for service and facilities
furnished by the Company to the Customer or its Joint or Authorized Users.
Objections must be received by the Company within 30 days after statement of
account is rendered, or the charges shall be deemed correct and binding upon
the Customer. If an entity other than the Company imposes charges on the
Company, in addition to its own internal costs, in connection with a service for
which a Company Non-Recurring Charge is specified, those charges may be
passed on to the Customer.
1.
Taxes: The Customer is responsible for the payment of any sales, use,
gross receipts, excise, access or other local, state and federal taxes,
charges or surcharges (however designated) excluding taxes on the
Company's net income imposed on or based upon the provision of Local
Exchange Service, all of which shall be separately designated on the
Company's invoices. Any taxes imposed by a local jurisdiction (e.g.,
County and municipal taxes) will only be recovered from those
Customers residing in the affected jurisdictions. It shall be the
responsibility of the Customer to pay any such taxes that subsequently
become applicable retroactively.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 37
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements
2.5.1 Payment for Service, cont’d.
2. A surcharge is imposed on all charges for service originating at addresses in
states which levy, or assert a claim of right to levy, a gross receipts tax on
the Company's operations in any such state, or a tax on interstate access
charges incurred by the Company for originating access to telephone
exchanges in that state.1 This surcharge is based on the particular state's
receipts tax and other state taxes imposed directly or indirectly upon the
Company by virtue of, and measured by, the gross receipts or revenues of
the Company in that state and/or payment of interstate access charges in
that state. The surcharge will be shown as a separate line item on the
Customer's monthly invoice.
3. The Payment Assistance Fee (PAF) will be assessed when a Cox Customer (N)
Service Representative (CSR) assists in processing payments via
telephonic means. The Customer will be advised that a PAF of $10.00 will
be assessed if a CSR assists with the recording/processing of the payment.
The Customer will also be advised of the other options that are available
to the Customer where the Customer would not incur a charge.
Customers are able to use the following payment options free of charge:





IVR (automated phone system)
Online (www.coxomaha.com) - View/Pay Bill
EasyPay (automatic debit)
Cox Retail locations
U. S. Mail
Cox will encourage Customers to use the free bill payment options.
________________________
1
Pending the conclusion of any challenge to a jurisdiction's right to impose a gross receipts
tax, the Company may elect to impose and collect a surcharge covering such taxes, unless
otherwise constrained by court order or direction, or it may elect not to impose and collect the
surcharge. If it has collected a surcharge and the challenged tax is found to have been invalid
and unenforceable, the Company will credit or refund such amounts to affected Customers
(less its reasonable administrative costs), if the funds collected were retained by the Company
or if they were delivered over to the taxing jurisdiction and returned to the Company.
Issue Date: June 18, 2010
Effective Date: July 1, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 38
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.2 Billing and Collection of Charges
Bills will be rendered monthly to Customer.
1.
All service, installation, monthly Recurring Charges and Non Recurring
Charges are due and payable upon receipt.
2.
The Company shall present bills for Recurring Charges monthly to the
Customer, in advance of the month which service is provided. Charges
based on measured or message usage will be included on the next
invoice rendered following the end of the billing period in which the
usage occurs, and will be due and payable upon receipt and considered
past due if not paid within 15 days after the invoice date.
3.
For new customers or existing customers whose service is disconnected,
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.
4.
For Customers provisioned under a term agreement and service
is terminated prior to the expiration of the term commitment,
Early Termination Charges will apply.
Early Termination
Charges are due and payable effective as of the termination
date. For details, see Section 2.7.
5.
Amounts not paid within 5 days after the billing due date will be
assessed a late payment charge of 1.5% per month on the unpaid
balance.
6.
A $25.00 charge will be assessed on all negotiable instruments
presented as payment to Cox and subsequently returned to Cox
by a financial institution for insufficient funds or non-existing
accounts.
Issue Date: November 9, 2007
Effective Date: November 19, 2007
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
(T)
(T)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 39
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.3 Disputed Bills
The Customer shall notify the Company of any disputed items on a bill within 30
days of receipt of the bill. If the Customer and the Company are unable to
resolve the dispute to their mutual satisfaction, the Customer may file a
complaint with the Nebraska Public Service Commission in accordance with the
Commission's rules of procedure.
1.
The date of the dispute shall be the date the Company receives sufficient
documentation to enable it to investigate the dispute.
2.
The date of the resolution is the date the Company completes its
investigation and notifies the Customer of the disposition of the dispute.
2.5.4 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 in addition to a deposit.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 40
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.5 Deposits
1.
Applicants for service or existing Customers who cannot establish a
satisfactory credit standing with the Company may be required at any
time to provide the Company a security deposit. The deposit requested
will be in cash or the equivalent of cash, and will be held as a guarantee
for the payment of charges. A deposit does not relieve the Customer of
the responsibility for the prompt payment of bills on presentation. The
deposit will not exceed an amount equal to:
(a) two month's charges for a service or facility which has a minimum
payment period of one month; or
(b) the charges that would apply for the minimum payment period for a
service or facility which has a minimum payment period of more
than one month; except that the deposit may include an additional
amount in event that a termination charge is applicable. In addition,
the Company shall be entitled to require such an applicant or
Customer to pay all its bills within a specified period of time, and to
make such payments in cash or the equivalent of cash. At the
Company's option, such deposit may be refunded to the Customer's
account at any time. Also, the Company reserves the right to cease
accepting and processing Service Orders after it has requested a
security deposit and prior to the Customer's compliance with this
request.
2.
A residential applicant shall not be required to pay a deposit:
If it can be verified that the residential applicant has been an enduser of any telecommunications service provider in the State of
Nebraska for the same type of service within the last two years and
is
not
currently
delinquent
in
payment
of any such
telecommunications service provider account, unless the applicant
during the last twelve (12) consecutive months was delinquent in the
payment of a telecommunications service provider account on more
than two (2) occasions, presented a dishonored check for payment of
a telecommunications service account or had service disconnected
due to nonpayment of a telecommunications service.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 41
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.5 Deposits, cont’d.
(a) If the residential applicant furnishes in writing, a satisfactory
guarantee to secure the payment of bills for the telecommunications
service requested.
(1)
Unless otherwise agreed to by the guarantor, the
guarantee shall be for the amount of deposit Cox would
normally require on the applicant’s account. The amount of
guarantee shall be clearly indicated on any documents or
letters of guarantee signed by the guarantor.
(2)
When the residential customer has paid bills for
telecommunications service for twelve (12) consecutive
residential billings without having service disconnected for
nonpayment of bills and without having more than two (2)
occasions in which a bill was delinquent, did not present a
dishonored check for payment and is not delinquent in the
payment of current bills, Cox shall void and return to the
guarantor any documents or letters of guarantee.
3.
The amount of the deposit for residential customers shall not exceed
an amount equal to two (2) months local exchange charges and/or two
(2) months toll charges determined by actual or anticipated usage.
The deposit for local charges billed in advance shall include only one
(1) month’s such charges.
4.
When a residential customer’s deposit exceeds $40, the customer may
arrange to make the payment over three billing periods. However, the
Company may allow a residential customer to extend the payments of
any required deposit over a longer period of time to avoid undue
hardship.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 42
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.5 Deposits, cont’d.
5.
A present end-user may be required to post a deposit as a condition of
continued service if undisputed charges have become delinquent, with
delinquent meaning a payment not received on or before the due date
as posted on the bill, in two (2) out of the last twelve (12) billing
periods or if the end-user has had service disconnected during the last
twelve (12) months or has presented a check to Cox that was
subsequently dishonored
Interest on cash deposits shall be paid by Cox at no less than the rate
calculated as follows:
For all consumers deposits kept longer than 90 days, the interest rate
shall be established the 1st day of January of each year to equal the
average of the weekly percent annual yields of one (1) year U.S.
Treasury Securities for September, October, and November of the
preceding year. The interest rate shall be rounded to the nearest basis
point. Such interest shall be calculated to December 1 of each year,
and the payment shall be made by credit to customers’ account on the
December billing or at the request of the customer, the payment shall
be made directly to the customer.
6.
If a refund of the deposit is made within ninety (90) days of receipt of
the deposit, no interest payment shall be made. If Cox retains the
deposit more than ninety (90) days, payment of interest shall be made
retroactive to the date of deposit. No interest shall accrue on a deposit
after discontinuance of service. Cox will provide payment of accrued
interest for all end-users annually by negotiable instrument or by
credit against current billing.
7.
The deposit shall cease to draw interest on the date it is returned or
credited to the end-user's account.
8.
In determining the amount of any deposit, no charges for estimated
telephone directory advertising will be used.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 43
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.5 Deposits, cont’d.
9.
The amount of the deposit, with accrued interest, shall be applied to
any unpaid charges at the time of a discontinuance of services. The
balance, if any, shall be returned to the customer within thirty (30)
days after settlement of the consumer's account, either in person or by
mailing it to the end-user's last known address.
10.
If service is not connected, or after disconnection of service, Cox shall
promptly and automatically refund the customer's deposit plus accrued
interest on the balance, if any, in excess of the unpaid bills for service
furnished. A transfer of service from one (1) premise to another within
the area of Cox shall not be deemed a disconnection within the
meaning of this rule, and no additional deposit may be required unless
otherwise permitted by these rules.
11.
Cox shall automatically refund the deposit for residential service, with
accrued interest, after twelve (12) months' satisfactory payment of
undisputed charges and where payment was not late more than twice;
provided, however, that service has not been disconnected within the
twelve (12) month period. Payment of a charge shall be deemed
satisfactory if received on or prior to the date the bill is due. Payment
of a charge shall be deemed not satisfactory if made by a check that is
subsequently dishonored. If the customer does not meet these refund
criteria, the deposit and interest may be retained in accordance with
subsection (d) of this Section.
12.
Cox shall automatically refund the deposit for business service, with
accrued interest, after twelve (12) months' satisfactory payment of
undisputed charges and where payment was not late more than twice;
provided, however, that service has not been disconnected within the
twelve (12) month period. Payment of a charge shall be deemed
satisfactory if received on or prior to the date the bill is due. Payment
of a charge shall be deemed not satisfactory if made by a check that is
subsequently dishonored.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 44
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.5
Deposits, cont’d.
Cox may withhold refund or return of the deposit, pending the
resolution of a dispute with respect to charges secured by the deposit.
13.
Cox will keep records to show:
(a) The name, account number, and address of each depositor.
(b) The amount and date of the deposit.
(c) Each transaction concerning the deposit.
14.
Cox will issue a receipt of deposit to each applicant from whom deposit
is received and shall provide means whereby a depositor may establish
claim if the receipt is lost.
15.
Such records shall be retained for two (2) years after deposit and/or
interest is refunded or applied.
16
Upon the sale or transfer of Cox or operating units thereof, the seller
shall file, with the application of transfer, a verified list of Customers
with deposits held by the Company and the associated unpaid interest
thereon. The information provided shall be treated as confidential and
shall not be available for public inspection unless ordered by the
Commission after notice and hearing.
17.
The deposit made by the end-user with Cox at the time of application
for telephone service shall not constitute an advance payment to cover
service bills, but for all purposes it is to be considered as security for
the payment of monthly bills or other proper charges.
Issue Date: April 3, 2000
Effective Date: April 14, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 45
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.6 Discontinuance of Service
1.
Cox may refuse service or terminate existing service to an end-user
without notice for tampering with Cox's equipment, or misuse or abuse
thereof in order to avoid payment of lawful charges or use thereof in
such manner as to create danger to life or property of Cox or endusers.
2.
Cox may refuse service or terminate existing service to a customer
pursuant to the disconnect procedure provided below for any of the
following reasons:
(a) Nonpayment of a bill within the period prescribed by these tariffs
and/or nonpayment of a single bill within a multiple-billed account.
(b) Failure to make a security deposit as set forth in these tariffs.
(c) Violation of or noncompliance with any provision of law.
(d) Refusal to permit Cox reasonable access to its telecommunications
facilities for recovery, maintenance, and inspection thereof.
(e) Interconnection of a device, line, or channel to Cox’s facilities or
equipment contrary to Cox's terms and conditions of service on file
with and approved by the Commission.
(f) Use in such manner as to interfere with service to other Customers.
(g) Abandonment of the service.
(h) Impersonation of another with fraudulent intent or other acts,
whether real or perceived, to defraud the Company.
(T)
(N)
(i) Use of service or facilities for a call or calls in a manner reasonably
expected to frighten, abuse, torment, or harass another.
(T)
(j) Any other violation of the Company’s regulations.
In an effort to protect itself and/or its Customers, the Company will, at
its option, disconnect an End User’s service without prior notice for
violation of subsections (f) or (h) above.
3.
Cox will provide documentation to the customer upon request,
indicating the reason(s) that service is being withheld.
Issue Date: December 10, 2002
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 20, 2002
(N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 46
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.6 Discontinuance of Service, cont’d.
4.
Upon a customer's request to terminate local exchange service, Cox
will inform such customer of the customer's responsibility to contact
the customer's IXC regarding continuance or termination of such
service from the IXC.
5.
Cox shall not be required to provide service to an applicant or
customer who has not paid for prior telephone service rendered by
another telecommunications service provider in the same or different
location, and furnished to the same person or legal entity.
6.
Cox shall not be required to furnish or continue furnishing service
when applied for in the name of another person or legal entity, or a
fictitious name or other member of the same household, for the
purpose of avoiding payment of an unpaid obligation for telephone
service previously furnished.
7.
Customers will not be held responsible for the nonpayment of another
customer's bill unless the customer superseded the service or was a
co-applicant or guarantor for the service or shared the service of the
nonpaid account.
8.
Cox will extend a payment arrangement to an applicant for a prior bill,
unless the applicant has not fulfilled prior payment arrangements
within the past twelve (12) months.
9.
Cox will not refuse service or disconnect existing service by reason of
nonpayment for telephone service by a previous occupant at the
premises for which service is sought, or by reason of nonpayment of
any amount back-billed due to misapplication of rates provided the
applicant enters into a deferred payment plan. Cox will not disconnect
or suspend service without mailing or delivering a bill to the customer
for the amount due to Cox.
(D)
10.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 47
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.6 Discontinuance of Service, cont’d.
11.
Service may not be withheld from a customer whose name was
fraudulently used to obtain service at another location without the
customer's permission or knowledge
12.
Service will not be discontinued to a current customer in good standing
who accepts an additional household member owing a previous bill to
Cox, unless that additional household member is listed on the lease
arrangements or another utility service as a responsible party, or
unless the household member shared service with the customer at a
different or same location.
13.
Cox will not provide billing and collection for any provider of intrastate
telecommunications services who does not have proper authority to
operate in the State of Nebraska.
14.
Cox may require each customer whose service has been suspended for
nonpayment of bills, to pay all amounts due for regulated services or
execute a deferred payment agreement, if offered before service is
restored.
15.
If there is an unresolved dispute pending with the Commission
concerning a bill and the customer pays the undisputed portion of that
bill, disconnection procedures shall be held in abeyance until the
dispute is resolved.
16.
Service to a customer may be disconnected for any reason which by
these tariffs requires notice, other than nonpayment for service or
failure to make a security deposit, only upon order of the Commission,
upon application and after notice and hearing. For good cause shown,
the Commission may order disconnection of service pending hearing,
with or without notice to the customer.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 47.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.5
Payment Arrangements, cont’d.
2.5.6 Discontinuance of Service, cont’d.
17.
Telephone Calls with Intent to Annoy:
(N)
A.
The Company may discontinue service to any Customer, who with
intent to annoy, telephones another and addresses to or about such
other person any obscene language or addresses to such person any
threat to inflict injury to the person or property of the person
addressed or any family member.
B.
The Company may discontinue service of any Customer, who with
intent to annoy, repeatedly telephones another without disclosing
his/her true identity to the person answering the telephone, whether
or not conversation ensues during the telephone call.
C.
The Company may, at its discretion, terminate service to any
Customer who establishes a pattern of behavior with respect to the
services provided by the Company that is intended to vex, harass or
annoy the Company, its employees, agents or other Users of the
Publicly Switched Telephone Network.
A pattern of behavior is
intended to vex, harass or annoy if it disturbs, irritates or interrupts
the Company’s operations through continued and repeated acts, or
disturbs, irritates, or interrupts Users of the Public Switched Telephone
Network through continued and repeated acts.
D.
Prior to disconnection of service for calls described in parts A. and B.
above, the Company will make reasonable effort to persuade the
Customer placing such calls to cease all such activity. If such activity
persists, the Company may, at its option, disconnect service. Prior to
disconnection of service for calls described in part C. above, the
Company may, at its option, refuse to transact business with the
Customer except by written communication.
If the Customer
continues to engage in conduct set forth in section C above, the
Company may, at its option, immediately discontinue service.
E.
For the purpose of this section 2.5.6, telephone calls shall includes
Customer’s usage of facsimile, paging or any other communication
devices to access the service provided by the Company.
F.
Company may disconnect service to any Customer who violates 47
U.S.C. §227, Restrictions on the Use of Telephone Equipment.
(N)
Issue Date: April 26, 2000
Effective Date: May 5, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 48
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.6
Allowances for Interruptions of Service
2.6.1
Credit for interruptions: When the use of service or facilities furnished by the
Company is interrupted due to any cause other than the negligence or willful
act of the Customer, or the operation or failure of the facilities or equipment
provided by the Customer, a pro rata adjustment of the monthly Recurring
Charges subject to interruption will be allowed for the service and facilities
rendered useless and inoperative by reason of the interruption whenever said
interruption continues for a period of 24 hours or more from the time the
interruption is reported to or known to exist by the Company, except as
otherwise specified in the Company's tariffs. 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.
For calculating credit allowances, every month is considered to have 30 days. A
credit allowance is applied on a pro rata basis against the monthly Recurring
Charges specified herein for Local Line or Cox Connect Service and is dependent
upon the length of the interruption. Only those facilities on the interrupted
portion of the circuit will receive a credit. Credit allowances for service outages
that exceed 24 hours in duration will be rounded up to the next whole 24 hours.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 49
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.6
Allowances for Interruptions of Service, cont’d.
2.6.2 Limitations on Allowances
No credit allowance will be made for:
1.
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
Company;
2.
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;
3.
interruptions due to the failure or malfunction of non-Company
equipment;
4.
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,
5.
interruptions of service during a period in which the Customer continues
to use the service on an impaired basis;
6.
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;
7.
interruption of service due to circumstances or causes beyond the
control of the Company.
2.6.3 Use of Alternative Service Provided by the Company
Should the Customer elect to use an alternative service provided by the
Company during the period that a service is interrupted, the Customer must
pay the tariffed rates and charges for the alternative service used.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 50
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.7
Termination or Cancellation and Auto-Renewal of Service
(T)
2.7.1 Cancellation of Application for Service
1.
Applications for service are non-cancellable unless the Company
otherwise agrees. Where the Company permits the Customer to cancel
an application for service prior to the start of service and prior to the
Company incurring any costs, no charges will be imposed except for
those specified below.
2.
Where, prior to cancellation by the Customer, the Company incurs any
costs in installing the service or in preparing to install the service that it
otherwise would not have incurred, a charge equal to the costs the
Company incurred, less net salvage, shall apply, but in no case shall this
charge exceed the sum of the charge for the minimum period of service
ordered, including installation charges, and all charges others levy
against the Company that would have been chargeable to the Customer
had service begun.
3.
The special charges described in 2.7.1.1 and 2.7.1.2 will be calculated
and applied on a case-by-case basis.
Issue Date: November 9, 2007
Effective Date: November 19, 2007
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
(T)
(T)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 51
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.7
Termination or Cancellation and Auto-Renewal of Service, cont’d.
(T)
2.7.2 Cancellation or Termination of Service by the Customer
(T)
If a Customer cancels a Service Order or terminates service prior to the
expiration of the term commitment for any reason whatsoever, Customer
agrees to pay the Company the following Early Termination Charges, which
shall become due and payable as of the effective date of the termination and
payable within the period set forth in Section 2.5.2. The Early Termination
Charge or Fee includes all costs, fees and expenses incurred in connection
with the following:
1.
all Non-Recurring Charges reasonably expended by Company to
establish service to Customer, plus
2.
any disconnection, early cancellation or termination charges reasonably
incurred and paid to third parties by Company on behalf of Customer,
plus
3.
all Recurring Charges specified in the applicable Service Order tariff for
the balance of the then current term.
(T)
(T/D)
(T)
(T)
(T)
(T)
(T)
(N) (M)
2.7.3 Termination of Service by the Company
1. Violation of any regulation contained in this tariff by the Customer
may be sufficient cause for termination of the Customer’s service.
2. The Company may refuse to furnish or continue to furnish, if such
service would be used or is used for a purpose other than that for
which it is provisioned e.g., fraudulent use, or if its use interferes
with or impairs, or would interfere with or impair, any other service
rendered by the Company.
(M)
3. When the service is terminated by the Company due to violations of
the regulations by the Customer, the charges itemized in Section
2.7.2 above apply.
2.7.4 Automatic Renewal of Contract Services
Upon expiration of the Customer’s selected initial term, the Customer’s
Service Agreement shall automatically renew for one (1) year terms
unless the Customer or Cox provides the other with written or verbal
termination notice at least thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of the
then existing term agreement.
Issue Date: November 9, 2007
Effective Date: November 19, 2007
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 52
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 2 - Regulations, cont’d.
2.8
2.9
Transfer and Assignments
(M)
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; (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.
(M)
Notices and Communications
2.9.1
2.9.2
2.9.3
2.10
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
Customer may also designate a separate address to which the Company's bills
for service shall be mailed.
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.
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 deposit 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
Toll Service
1.
If a Residential Customer in any single month accrues toll charges in excess of
twice the average monthly toll charges of the Company’s Customers in the
same class of service or twice the actual monthly average of the individual
Customer’s charges, the Company will review the Customer’s previous billing
and payment history. If such review indicates that it is unlikely the Customer
shall be able to pay such bill, the Company may contact the Customer to make
inquiries concerning the abnormal usage. If the explanation is not satisfactory,
the Company may require a security and/or payment of charges on the account
to continue service.
The Company may terminate service provided the
Customer is given 48 hours advanced notice and the Customer makes no
further attempt to secure and or pay the account in order to continue service.
The 48-hour notification rule shall be waived and service will be terminated
immediately in those situations where intentional Customer abuse of toll usage
is evident.
2.
If a Customer exceeds the average monthly toll charges of Company Customers
in the same class of service and has exhibited a previous inability to pay such
charges, the Company may impose toll control, where technically feasible, or a
toll cap of $100.00.
Issue Date: November 9, 2007
Effective Date: November 19, 2007
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 53
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions
3.1
Local Exchange Service
The Company's local telephone service provides a Customer with the ability to connect
to the Company's switching network via a voice grade communications channel, and
which provides the Customer:
-
the ability to place or receive calls to any calling Station in the local calling area,
as defined herein;
access to enhanced 911 Emergency Service, or 911 Emergency Service, where
available
access to the interexchange carrier selected by the Customer for interLATA,
interstate or international calling;
access to Operator Services;
access to Directory Assistance for the local calling area;
the ability to place or receive calls to 800/888 telephone numbers;
access to Telephone Relay Service.
privacy protection (e.g. per call blocking);
touch tone;
a white pages directory listing.
The following exchange access services are offered by Cox, where facilities and
operating conditions permit:
Basic Residential Service (Local Line)
Basic Flat and Measured Rate Business Service (Local Business Line)
Home Office Service (a flat rated business service in a residence location)
PBX Service (Cox Connect)
Centrex Station Line Service
ISDN Centrex Network Access (PRI)
Issue Date: February 27, 1998
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: March 10, 1998
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 54
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions
3.1
Local Exchange Service
3.1.1 Service Areas/Calling Area
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, exchange and
local service area is defined by the service area map on page 9,
Application of Tariff or as defined in Section 3.1.1.1, Local Calling Area,
below.
3.1.1.1
(T)
(T)
Local Calling Areas
The Company’s local calling area for Omaha, Bennington, Elkhorn,
Gretna, Fremont and Waterloo exchange areas shall match the Extended
Area Service (EAS) #5 and #6 local calling area of Qwest
Communications, as defined by Qwest Communications’ Exchange and
Network Services Catalog, Section 5.1.1 (B).
Issue Date: December 9, 2005
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 19, 2005
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 55
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions
Reserved for Future Use
Issue Date: January 22, 2002
Effective Date: February 8, 2002
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 56
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2 Local Line
Local Line provides the Customer with a single, voice-grade communications
channel. Each Local Line will include a telephone number.
1.
Custom Calling Features
Custom Calling Features are optional central office services furnished to
individual line business and residence customers. Custom Calling Features
are available where facilities and operating conditions permit.
(a)
FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS -- BASIC
800 Call Block: Allows a Business Customer to block calls to 8XX
based Toll-Free Numbers.
Anonymous Call Rejection: Allows the subscriber to reject incoming
calls from callers that intentionally block their caller identification
information.
Busy Line Redial: Allows the Customer to program his or her
telephone to automatically redial a number that is busy.
Call Forwarding: Allows a subscriber to program his or her telephone
so that incoming calls are forwarded to another number.
Call Forwarding - Busy: Forwards all incoming calls to a customer
defined alternate number when the customer’s line is off hook.
Issue Date: January 22, 2002
Effective Date: February 8, 2002
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 57
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1 Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.1. (a)
FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS – BASIC (cont’d)
Call Forwarding - No Answer/Don’t Answer: Forwards all incoming
calls to a customer defined alternate number after a user-defined
number of rings.
(M)*
Call Forwarding - Remote Access: Allows the customer to edit,
activate or deactivate Call Forwarding features remotely.
Call Number Block (per call block): Allows the party placing an
outgoing call to have his or her call blocked from having his or her
number sent.
Call Return: Allows the subscriber to make an outgoing call to the last
number that called the subscriber.
Call Trace: Allows a Customer who has been receiving harassing or
annoying phone calls to have the number of the caller recorded.
Customer must then file a complaint with appropriate law enforcement
agency(s). Information regarding the traced call will be made available
to the appropriate law enforcement agency, upon Company’s receipt of
proper lawful authorization. This feature is only available on a per use
basis.
Call Waiting: The subscriber, already involved in a call, receives a
tone that another incoming call is waiting to be answered. The called
party, hearing the call-waiting tone during the existing conversation,
can choose to flash the switchhook and connect to the incoming call.
This feature includes Cancel Call Waiting which allows the subscriber to
enter a code that disables the Call Waiting feature so that he or she
will not hear a tone during a conversation with another party.
* Set in alphabetical order
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SEVENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 58
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1 Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.1. (a)
FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS – BASIC (cont’d)
Distinctive Ring: Where facilities and operating conditions permit,
this feature allows more than one directory number to terminate on a
telephone line and telephone set.
Each directory number has a
distinctive ringing sequence.
Line Number Block (per line block): Allows the party placing an
outgoing call to have his or her line always blocked from having his or
her number sent.
Long Distance Alert: This feature helps increase the completion of
toll calls by providing a distinctive call waiting tone (if the line is offhook) or a distinctive ringing cadence (if the line is on-hook) that
alerts the subscriber to an incoming long distance call.
Priority Ringing: Allows the Customer to program up to 31 numbers
which will be identified by a distinctive ring when the incoming call is
from the designated list. If the Customer is engaged in conversation
(off-hook) and a call from one of the designated numbers arrives, a
distinctive call waiting tone accompanies the incoming call.

Privacy Control : Unidentified callers are intercepted and asked to
identify themselves; the calling party’s recorded name is provided to
the called party. The called party can (1) accept the call, (2), reject
the call or (3) forward the call to voice mail.
(D)
Remote Call Forwarding: Allows the Customer to rent a directory
number (RCF base number) in a remote location. Calls placed to this
number are automatically forwarded via the toll network to the
Customer’s principal number.
All calls will be carried on Cox’s
network. RCF is provided on condition that the Customer subscribes to
a sufficient number of RCF paths to adequately handle calls to the RCF
number without impairing other services offered by the Company.
Charges for additional talk paths will apply per path for non-Cox RCF
numbers.
Selective Call Acceptance: Allows the subscriber to create a list of
telephone numbers. Incoming calls from these numbers are accepted.
All other calls are forwarded to an announcement.

Privacy Control feature will be eliminated from the tariff offering as of December 17, 2010.
All affected Customers have been provided a 30-day notice of the service discontinuation.
Issue Date: December 7, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 17, 2010
(D)
(D)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 59
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1 Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.1. (a)
FEATURE DESCRIPTIONS – BASIC (cont’d)
Selective Call Forwarding: Allows the subscriber to create a list of
telephone numbers. Incoming calls from these numbers may be
forwarded to another number instead of being completed at the
subscriber’s telephone number. All other calls are completed as usual.
Selective Call Rejection: Allows the subscriber to create a list of
telephone numbers. Incoming calls from these numbers are forwarded
to an announcement. All other calls are accepted.
Speed Calling - 8: Allows a subscriber to preprogram up to eight
telephone numbers, and then access these numbers with the simple
touch of one digit on his or her telephone set.
Three-Way Calling: Allows a subscriber to conference in a third
person to an existing call so all three people can speak together in the
same conversation.
Ring-Down Service: Allows a customer to establish a switched
connection to a predetermined number when the customer’s telephone
goes off-hook.
No dialing is required and the call is processed
automatically to the pre-determined telephone number.
Issue Date: March 14, 2003
Effective Date: March 24, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 59.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.2 Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.1(b)
ENHANCED CUSTOM CALLING FEATURES
Caller ID (Caller Name and Number Delivery): Allows the called
party to see the name (if available) and telephone number of the
calling party.
Call Waiting ID: Allows a Customer who is engaged in a conversation
and receives an incoming call hears a special call waiting tone and is
provided a visual display of the calling party’s name and or number.
The feature combines and enhances Caller ID and Call Waiting.
Call Forwarding on Call Waiting Calls: Provides the customer the
capability to forward unanswered waiting calls to a subscriberdesignated number by using the combined functions of Call Waiting
and Call Forward Do Not Answer. An incoming call to a busy line first
receives standard waiting treatment in which an audible tone is heard
by the called party and audible ringing is heard by the calling party. If
the call is not answered after a period of time equal to the time-out
value of CF Do Not Answer, the incoming call is given CF Do Not
Answer treatment
Issue Date: April 8, 1999
Effective Date: May 1, 1999
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SIXTH REVISED PAGE NO. 59.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.3 Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.1(c)
FEATURE PACKAGES - DESCRIPTION
Solution Package: Provides the subscriber with the following
features: Call Forwarding, Call Waiting, Speed Calling - 8, Three-Way
Calling, Call Return, Busy Line Redial, Selective Call Acceptance,
Selective Call Forwarding, Selective Call Rejection, Call ForwardingRemote Access, Call Forwarding Busy, Call Forwarding No Answer, Call
Forwarding on Call Waiting, Call Waiting ID, Caller ID, Priority Ringing,
and Long Distance Alert. Upon Customer request, the Call Waiting
feature can be disabled.
(T)
(T)
Active Lifestyle Package: Provides a residential Customer with the
following features: Call Forwarding, 3 Way Calling, Call Waiting, Speed
Calling, Busy Line Redial. Upon Customer request, the Call Waiting
feature can be disabled.
(T)
(T)
Call Manager Package: Provides a Residential Customer with the
following custom calling features: Call Waiting ID and Voice Mail. This
feature package requires specialized Customer Premises Equipment
(CPE).
Total Control Package: Provides a residential Customer with the
following features: Busy Line Redial, Call Forwarding, 3 Way Calling,
Call Waiting, Caller ID, Call Waiting ID, and Speed Calling. Upon
Customer request, the Call Waiting feature can be disabled.
(T)
(T)
Control Plus Package: Provides a residential Customer with the
following features: Call Waiting ID, Call Return, Priority Ringing, and
Long Distance Alert. Upon Customer request, the Call Waiting feature
can be disabled.
(T)
(T)
Business Value Package: Provides a business Customer with the
following features: Call Forwarding, 3 Way Calling, Call Waiting, Speed
Calling 30, Busy Line Redial.
Business ID Package: Provides a business Customer with the
following features: Caller ID, Call Forwarding, 3 Way Calling, Call
Waiting, Speed Calling 30, Busy Line Redial.
Cox Office Assistant Package: Provides a Business Customer with the
following features: Caller ID, Call Forwarding Busy, Call Forwarding No
Answer and Voice Mail.
Issue Date: April 1, 2005
Effective Date: April 11, 2005
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 59.3
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.3
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.1(c)
FEATURE PACKAGES - DESCRIPTION
(N)
Essential Feature Pak: Provides a Residential Customer with the following
features: Call Waiting, Caller ID, Call Waiting ID and Busy Line Redial. This
feature package requires specialized Customer Premises Equipment.
Premier Feature Pak: Provides a Residential Customer with the following
features: Busy Line Redial, Caller ID, Call Waiting, Call Waiting ID, Call
Forwarding, Call Forwarding Busy, Call Forward No Answer, Call Return,
Priority Ringing, Selective Call Forwarding, Selective Call Acceptance,
Selective Call Rejection and Three Way Calling. This feature package requires
specialized Customer Premises Equipment.
Issue Date: March 17, 2011
Effective Date: April 1, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 60
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2 Local Line, cont’d.
2.
Local Line Rates and Charges
A Local Line Customer will be charged applicable Non-Recurring Charges
(NRCs), monthly Recurring Charges as specified in Sections 3.1.2.3.(a)
and 3.1.2.3.(b) respectively
(a)
Non-Recurring Charge
Line Connection Charge
(per line)
Self-Install
*
Account Changes
(per billing record change)
Res.
($)
Bus.
($)
50.00
40.00
40.00
20.00
3.00
PIC Change
(intraLATA (LPIC) & interLATA (PIC))
(per line - initial set-up)
N/C
after initial set-up*
5.00
PIC and/or LPIC Freeze*
5.00
Line Restoral Charge† ‡
(per line)
20.00
Feature Change Charge
3.00
Office-Only Install
*Waive charge if Cox Long Distance is selected.
Home Office
($)
(I)
25.00
25.00
N/C
5.00
5.00
N/C
5.00
5.00
30.00
30.00
20.00

Initial Connection Charges will be waived for direct and telemarketing sales. Line Connection
charges for commercial service may be discounted by 25% or 50% based on term of contract and if
bundled with other Cox Business services and may be waived in competitive situations or when
Customer commits to a 36 month or longer term agreement. Initial and subsequent Residential Line
Connection Charges may be discounted if Customer subscribes to additional services provided by Cox
or a Cox-Affiliated Company, such as cable TV and/or high speed internet access. Other charges may
apply for inside wire repair and/or additional jack installation.
*
Full or reduced Line Connection Charge may apply in addition to or in lieu of Self-Install Connection
Charge if Cox Technician is dispatched to Customer’s premise as a result of failed Self-Install attempt
that is determined to be customer related.
†
If service is temporarily interrupted for non-payment and payment is not received within 10 days
following the interruption, the Company reserves the right to discontinue service. If service is
discontinued and subsequently re-established, charges apply as if for a new installation of service.
‡
Rate applies to restore service after Customer Initiated Service Suspension. (section 7.2)
Issue Date: September 18, 2015
(I)
Effective Date: September 29, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(R)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-SIXTH REVISED PAGE NO. 61
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.2
(b)
Local Line Rates and Charges, cont’d.
Monthly Recurring Charges
Local Line - Line Charge
Flat Rate, per line
Measured Rate
Per Minute
(c)
Bus
Home

Office
$21.00
33.89 (I)
27.89
(I)
N/A
24.50 (I)
0.05
18.50
0.05
(I)
=
Res.
Extended Area Service (EAS)
EAS increments apply to flat-rated service in the Omaha, Bennington,
Elkhorn, Gretna, and Waterloo exchange areas as detailed below.
Residential
Business
Home Office
Omaha
$1.30
$1.80
$1.80
Bennington, Elkhorn,
Gretna, & Waterloo
$1.30
$1.80
$1.80
Exchanges by EAS
(per line - up to 100)
(D) Discounts will no longer be provided for multi-line or multi-product Residential Customers

ISDN-BRI service is available where facilities exist and operating conditions permit. The rates and
charges in section 3.1.2.2(c) apply in addition to a Monthly Recurring Charge of $61.50 per facility
and a Non-Recurring Charge of $100.

Term commitment discounts are available for Cox Connect Business Flat Rate Service: 1 year term
at $31.74 per month; 2 year term at $31.74 per month; 3 year term at $29.86 per month; 5 year
term at $28.51 per month.

Downgrades from Business Service to Residential Service are prohibited. However, a new
Residential phone number will be provided, but the Business number will not be forwarded to a
recording or a referral message.
Issue Date: March 18, 2016
Effective Date: April 1, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(I)
(I)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 62
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.2
(d)
Local Line Rates and Charges, cont’d.
Residential Optional Features
(per line equipped)
*
Anonymous Call Rejection
Busy Line Redial*
Call Forwarding*
Call Forwarding - Busy*
Call Forwarding - No Answer*
Call Forwarding - Remote Access
Call Forwarding on Call Waiting*
Call Return*
Call Trace - per use
Call Waiting*
Call Waiting ID*
Caller ID*
Distinctive Ring
Long Distance Alert*
Priority Ring*
Remote Call Forwarding (per path)
Selective Call Acceptance*
Selective Call Forwarding*
Selective Call Rejection*
Speed Calling - 8*
Speed Calling - 30
Three-Way Calling*
Active Lifestyle Package
Total Control Package
Control Plus Package
Call Manager Package
Solution Package
Essential Pak
Premier Pak
Monthly
Recurring
($)
0.99 (I)
3.50
3.50
3.95
3.95
0.90
3.95
4.50
N/A
6.50
7.95
7.99 (I)
5.50
2.75
3.40
16.00
2.95
3.95
2.95
2.95
3.00
3.95
8.95
9.50
9.95
9.95
14.99
12.99
15.99
Per

Use
($)
0.95
0.95
4.75
0.95

NRC
($)
N/C
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
N/C
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
34.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
N/C
N/C
(I)
(I)

Per Use charges will not exceed the charges for six uses per billing period.
Customers upgrading their Cox Digital Telephone service by adding a feature or a feature
package will have the one-time NRC fee waived. NRC’s will be charged if the Customer
makes more than one change to their custom calling features per month.
*
Denotes features included with the Solutions Package

Issue Date: March 12, 2013
Effective Date: April 1, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 63
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.2
(e)
Local Line Rates and Charges, cont’d.
Optional Features:
(per line equipped)
800 (8XX) Call Block
Anonymous Call Rejection
Busy Line Redial
Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding - Busy
Call Forwarding - Don’t Answer
Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer
Call Forwarding - Remote Access
Call Forwarding on Call Waiting
Call Return
Call Trace - per trace
Call Waiting
Call Waiting ID
Caller ID (name & number)
Distinctive Ring
Long Distance Alert
Priority Ring
Privacy Control
Remote Call Forwarding (RCF)
RCF Additional Paths
Ring-Down Service
Selective Call Acceptance
Selective Call Forwarding
Selective Call Rejection
Speed Calling - 8
Speed Calling - 30
Three-Way Calling
Cox Office Assistant Package (COSP)
COSP (additional lines/no voice mail)
Business Value Package
Business ID Package
Solution Package

Bus4. Per Use
($)
($)
2.75
Free
3.00
0.95
4.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
0.95
N/A
1.00
4.00
13.00
7.00
6.50
1.00
1.00
3.95
18.00
9.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
0.95
13.00
8.00
12.95
17.95
21.95
NRC5
($)
10.00
Free
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
35.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
4
Rates apply to Home Office Service offering as well as Business Service. Non-Profit
businesses, organized under IRS Code 501(c)3, are eligible to receive a 10% discount on
monthly recurring charges for business features and feature packages.

Per Use charges will not exceed the charges for seven uses per billing period.
5
Only one Non-Recurring Charge (NRC) will apply when a Customer purchases more than
one feature in a single order. For Custom Calling Features connected during initial service
installation or upgrades within the first 60 days of service, the NRC will be waived.
Issue Date: January 5, 2010
Effective Date: January 15, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(C)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 63.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.3
Digital Dormitory Centrex Service
1. Description
Digital Dormitory Centrex Service (DDCS) is available to public and
private educational institutions for residential use by students, faculty
members or employees who reside in the institution’s dormitories or
other buildings used as residential quarters. DDCS is available where
facilities exist and operating conditions permit,
DDCS is provided by central office equipment and associated premises
facilities arranged to provide a digital centrex station.
The local calling area for DDCS is the same as that specified in Section
3.1.1.1 - Local Calling Area.
2. Terms and Conditions
The Customer or Customer’s guarantor will be responsible for all charges
assessed to the Customer’s centrex station.
Each centrex station will be assigned a telephone number and its
associated access/authorization code. The access code will be required
to place sent paid toll calls and to access an operator or directory
assistance service. Since each centrex station is assigned a unique TN,
no porting or vanity (custom) numbers will be permitted.
Issue Date: February 21, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: March 3, 2003
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.2.3
Digital Dormitory Centrex Service
2. Terms and Conditions (cont’d)
Cox Long Distance will be the provider of long distance services. All
other interexchange providers will be block at the Company’s central
office.
A $150 deposit will be assessed per each centrex station. The deposit
will be waived if the Customer, or Customer’s guarantor, can establish a
satisfactory credit standing pursuant to Section 2.5.5 of this tariff.
*
3. Rates and Charges
MRC*
NRC**
DDCS access line (per centrex station)
$15.89
$29.95
Additional charges apply, see Section 3.1.2.2.(c).
The one time charge for activation is waived.
**
Issue Date: August 27, 1999
Effective Date: September 7, 1999
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.3 Cox Connect
Cox Connect(s) provide Business Customer with voice-grade communication
channel(s) to the Customer's Private Branch Exchange (PBX) or Hybrid Key
System. Cox Connect can be provisioned as either analog or digital and will be
provided in the following manner:
1.
Cox Connect-Basic
Cox Connect-Basic can be used to carry one-way outbound traffic, oneway inbound or two-way traffic.
(a)
One-Way Outbound
Provides the Customer with a single analog connection which is
restricted to carry outbound traffic only.
(b)
One-Way Inbound or Two-Way
Provides the Customer with a single analog connection which can
carry one-way inbound or two-way traffic.
1. Hunting Service
Where facilities and operating conditions permit, hunting
services are available to both residential and business
Customers with two or more lines of service at the same
location.
Lines are arranged to accommodate busy line
overflows to other lines in the hunt group.
Rates and Charges
Hunting, per line
(c)
NRC
$10.00
Monthly
$7.50
Cox Connect-Basic Rates and Charges:
A Cox Connect-Basic Customer will be charged applicable
Non-Recurring Charges and monthly Recurring Charges as
specified in Sections 3.1.3.1.(c).1 and 3.1.3.1.(c).2 respectively.
Local Line charges are only offered on a flat rate service basis.
Issue Date: February 27, 1998
Effective Date: March 10, 1998
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.3.c
Cox Connect-Basic Rates and Charges, cont’d.
1.
Non-Recurring Charges, cont’d.

Line Connection (Activation) Charges
(per line or Trunk)
$40.00
Account Changes
(Moves, Changes, Additions)
(per change)
$45.00
Account Changes
(Per Billing Record Change)
$25.00
PIC-2 Change
(initial, per line)
after initial set-up*
Line Restoral Charge6
(per trunk)
2.
N/C
5.00
$30.00
Monthly Recurring Charges
Cox Connect -Basic Charge
(per Trunk)
Flat Rate
$37.50

Line Connection (Activation) charges for commercial service may be discounted by 25% or
50% based on term of contract and if bundled with other Cox Business services and may be
waived in competitive situations or when Customer commits to a 36 month or longer term
agreement.
6
If service is temporarily interrupted and payment is not received within 10 days following the
interruption, the Company reserves the right to discontinue service. If service is discontinued
and subsequently re-established, charges apply as for a new installation of service.)

Term discounts are available: a 5% discount for 12 through 35 months; an 8% discount
for 36 through 59 months; and a 15% discount for 60 + months. If a Business Customer
subscribes to the Cox Affiliated Internet Service, the following discounts will be applied to
the MRC: for month-to-month service, 5%; for 12 through 35 months, 8%; for 36 to 59
months, 15%; for 60 months or more, 20%. Additionally, Non-Profit businesses, organized
under IRS Code 501(c)3, are eligible to receive a 10% discount on monthly recurring
charges for business access lines/trunks. No other discounts will apply.
Issue Date: April 4, 2014
Effective Date: April 14, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.3 Cox Connect, cont’d.
2.
Direct Inward Dialing (DID)
Provides the Business Customer with Direct Inward Dialing over a single
analog connection which can carry one-way, inbound traffic.
A Customer who orders DID will be charged applicable Non-Recurring
Charges and monthly Recurring Charges as specified following. Rates
for a volume of Numbers greater than 100 will be provided on an
individual case basis.
Rates and Charges7
(a)
NRC
Monthly
Recurring
DID Service Lines (each)
$45.00
$36.00
Each 20 DID Line Numbers
$20.00
$3.00
Block Compromise Charge8
$450.00
N/A
7
In addition to the rates and charges identified above, the charges as specified for PBX
Trunks in Section 3.1.3.1.(c) 1 & 2 would apply.
8
Permanent removal of a telephone number from a sequential number group per sequential
number block.
Issue Date: March 21, 2002
Effective Date: April 1, 2002
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.3 Cox Connect, cont’d.
3.
Cox Connect-1.5 Network Service
Cox Connect-1.5 -- Digital Interface provides a DS-1 digital transmission
facility operating at 1.544 Mbps and time division multiplexed into 24
channels for the connection of Basic or DID Trunks to the Customer's
PBX or trunk-capable Key System.
Cox Connect-1.5 -Digital Interface can be used to carry one-way
outbound traffic, one-way inbound or two-way traffic, Direct Inward
Dialing, or a combination thereof.
Applicable rate elements for Digital Interface include: (1) The Digital
Connection; (2) The CO Channelization, per each DS1; (3) the per-trunk
Circuit Termination Charge rate element; and (4) usage charges.
(a)
One-Way Outbound
Provides the Customer with individual channels which are
restricted to carry outbound traffic only.
(b)
One-Way Inbound or Two-Way
Provides the Customer with individual channels which are used to
carry one-way inbound or two-way traffic. One common
telephone number will be provided per trunk group.
(c)
Cox Connect-1.5 Network Service Charges
Rates will be provided on an individual case basis (ICB).
Issue Date: March 21, 2002
Effective Date: April 1, 2002
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont'd.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont'd.
3.1.3 Cox Connect, cont'd.
4.
Labor Rates
A Customer Premises visit charge will be assessed when a Cox technician or a
Cox agent visits a premises for the purpose of inside wire work requested by
the customer or customer's representative. Except for Cox Service Assurance
Plan subscribers, the labor charges outlined below apply to Business Customers
whenever:
1.
2.
a Customer Premises visit is required at the Customer’s request for
regulated service or,
a Customer Premises visit is required when the Customer files a trouble
ticket and it is determined that the source of the Customer’s problem is
located on the Customer’s side of the network demarcation point.
Mon. - Sat.
Sun. & Mon. - Sat.
excluding 8a.m. - 5p.m.
Holidays9
First 30 minutes or
fraction thereof
$43.30
$49.40
$55.58
Each additional 15
minutes or fraction
thereof
$15.85
$19.35
$22.84
9
Holidays are defined as New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving
Day, and Christmas Day.
Issue Date: December 19, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 1, 2004
(T)
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont'd.
3.1.3 Cox Connect, cont'd.
4.
Labor Rates, cont’d.
A Residential Customer Premises visit charge will be assessed when a Cox
technician or a Cox agent visits a premises for the purpose of inside wire work
requested by the customer or customer's representative. Except for Cox
Service Assurance Plan subscribers, the labor charges outlined below apply to
Residential Customers whenever:
1. a Customer Premises visit is required at the Customer’s request for
regulated service or,
2. a Customer Premises visit is required when the Customer files a
trouble ticket and it is determined that the source of the Customer’s
problem is located on the Customer’s side of the network
demarcation point.
Problem Isolation Charge
(waived if repair work is performed by Cox)
First 60 minutes or fraction thereof:
Each additional 15 minutes or fraction thereof:
$30
$44
$11
If Customer subscribes to CSAP during the Customer Premise Visit, a onetime discount of $15 will be applied to the Problem Isolation Charge.
5.
(I)
(N)
(N)
Cox Service Assurance Plan (CSAP)
General
Cox Service Assurance Plan is a premises wire maintenance plan that provides
residential Customers with inside wire and jack repair.
Rules and Regulations
If the Customer elects to install and/or maintain premises wire, such
installation and/or maintenance must comply with industry standards and the
National Electrical Code as well as any applicable local electrical codes. If
Customer premises wire is installed or maintained by the Customer, the
Customer is solely responsible and liable for correcting any defect that is a
direct result of the Customer’s installation or maintenance.
Charges
Cox Service Assurance Plan
Monthly Recurring Charge
Issue Date: May 7, 2010
$5.00
Effective Date: May 17, 2010
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.
COX CONNECT CENTREX
1.
(N)
GENERAL
Cox, d.b.a. Cox Business Services, offers centrex service to its commercial End Users.
The offering provides Customers a choice among three feature packages; Basic
Centrex, Attendant Centrex, and Call Center Centrex. Additionally, the offering allows
Customers the flexibility to augment their feature packages through the use of A-laCarte feature additions.
Cox Connect Centrex is an integrated business network consisting of station
equipment (CPE) located at the Customer’s premises and the Company’s Nortel DMS500 digital switch located in the central office. It is the DMS-500 that provides the
enhanced capabilities that affords the Customer both flexibility and economy.
2.
APPLICATION
Cox Centrex’s flexible design offers services to all sizes of organizations from small
businesses using only a few lines to the most complex system with up to 100,000 lines.
Cox Centrex’s flexibility also provides convenient installation; as new features are
developed, they can be added to the existing switch without it being taken out of
service.
This service can be used for all sizes of business:






Multiple offices that want abbreviated dialing
Customer Service Groups
Call Center Operations
Technical Support or Help Desks
Offices that want direct dialing without going through an attendant
Business that want PBX functionality without the capital outlay.
(N)
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
4.2
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
(N)
Meridian Business Sets and single line sets are connected directly to the DMS-500.
There are no connecting points at the Customer premises, every Centrex terminal is
directly connected to the DMS-500.
3.
CUSTOMER PROFILE
Cox Connect Centrex Service is well suited for virtually any commercial Customer, as
product applications in the marketplace are very diverse.





Current Cox Business Services Customer
U.S. based operations
Product applications such as those listed in the previous section
Tailored call coverage area
Have existing local service and want to port the number to Cox
Business Services Customers who want PBX functionality without
managing it.
(N)
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
A.
(N)
BASIC CENTREX PACKAGE
The Basic Centrex package is the core feature package in Cox’s Centrex service
offering. The basic feature package contains the most requested centrex features and
allows full functionality of the telephone network.
Basic Centrex Features
Abbreviated Dialing
Audio Interlude
Auto Dial
Call Forwarding All Calls
Call Forwarding Busy
Call Forwarding Don’t Answer
Call Hold
Call Transfer
Call Park
Call Waiting
Caller ID
Direct Inward Dialing
Direct Outward Dialing
Distinctive Ring
Group Intercom
Last Number Redial
Make Set Busy
Message Waiting
Speed Calling
Three-Way Calling
Abbreviated Dialing
Abbreviated dialing is a feature of Cox Centrex that allows each member in a customer
group to dial another member in the same customer group without having to dial the 7
or 10 digit telephone number. For customers under 25 lines, this feature can be
delivered with Group Intercom at no charge, or through NCOS setup at $2 a month
extra. For customers over 25 lines, this feature can be delivered through NCOS setup.
Audio Interlude (AUDIO)
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, this system feature provides the
ability for a customer group to have music, announcement, ringing, or silence applied
to a calling line while on hold or in a queue for certain Cox Centrex features. This
applies to calls coming in on a trunk or from a line.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
A.
(N)
BASIC CENTREX PACKAGE (cont’d)

Auto Dial (AUD)
Business Set Automatic Dial is a station feature that allows a Business Set station user
to call a frequently dialed number by pressing the assigned AUD key. The user is
permitted to program and change the number in automatic dial.
Call Forwarding All Calls (CFU)
This station feature allows a station user to re-route incoming calls to another
telephone number. This number can be within the customer group, the local calling
area, a foreign exchange, or the call can be forwarded to an attendant.
Call Forwarding Busy (CFB)
This station feature allows all incoming calls directed to a busy station to be forwarded
to a designated station within a customer group or to an attendant.
Call Forwarding Don’t Answer (CFD)
This station feature automatically routes an incoming call to another designated station
or to the attendant (within the customer group), if a called station does not answer
within a specified time.
Call Hold (CHD)
This station feature is an optional feature that is available to single line sets only.
Business Set users use the built-in Hold key.
Call Park (PRK)
The Call Park station feature allows a station to park one call against its own DN. The
parked call can be retrieved from any station within the customer group. Once a call is
parked against a DN, the user is free to make or receive calls on that DN.

use of this feature requires a digital phone.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
A.
(N)
BASIC CENTREX PACKAGE (cont’d)
Call Pickup (CPU)
Call Pickup allows a station to answer incoming calls to another station within a pre-set
pickup group by dialing a feature activation code or pressing a CPU key.
Call Transfer and Three Way Calling (CXR & 3WC)
The station features Call Transfer and Three Way Calling both allow a station to include
a third party in a call and then optionally transfer the call to the third party; the party
also has the ability to talk privately with the destination before transferring the call,
this capability is called Consultation Hold.
Call Waiting (CWT)
Call Waiting allows a station user, already talking on the phone, to be informed by a
tone when another call is waiting to reach the station. Normally, the incoming caller
hears audible ringing while the called station user hears the call waiting tone. A
second burst of call waiting tone is applied after 10 seconds.

Caller ID
Caller ID is really the Calling Name Display feature associated with a Business Set.
This station feature allows name to be displayed for incoming or outgoing calls on a
Business Set with display. Parties originating calls are able to see the name of the
party they have dialed. Parties receiving calls are able to see the name of the party
who is calling.

use of this feature requires a digital phone.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
A.
(N)
BASIC CENTREX PACKAGE (cont’d)
Direct Inward Dialing (DID)
This allows for each user of Cox Centrex to have their own individual phone number so
that each user can accept calls directly from outside the customer group without
having to go through an attendant.
Direct Outward Dialing (DOD)
This allows for each user of Cox Centrex to access the PSTN network without an
attendant. The user usually dials 9 then the phone number as usual. The actual
number that the user dials is programmable and can be any number between 1-9.
Distinctive Ringing (DRING)
Distinctive Ringing is a system feature that gives a Cox Centrex subscriber the ability
to determine the origination of a call by the cadence or variation of the ringing on the
terminating end.
Group Intercom (GIC)
This feature allows a station abbreviated dialing to other station members within the
same GIC group. The number of members in the GIC group will determine the dialing
scheme. For example, a group of 10 members will use #0 - #9 and a group of 100
members will use #00 - #99.

Last Number Redial (LNR) (LNRA)
Last Number Redial (LNR) allows a station user to redial the last called number by
pressing one or two keys rather than dialing the entire number again. Once LNR is
assigned to a set, activation is achieved by pressing the pound key (#). On a Business
Set, LNR is assigned to each DN key that wants to activate the feature. The feature
Last Number Redial from Set (LNRA) allows Last Number Redial to be assigned to a
set. It allows a user to access any free DN on the set and, by activating the feature,
have the last number dialed from the set automatically redialed. LNRA must be
assigned to Key 1 of the Business Set.

use of this feature requires a digital phone.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
A.
(N)
BASIC CENTREX PACKAGE (cont’d)
Make Set Busy (MSB)
This station feature allows the user to make their station lines busy to incoming calls.
When the Make Set Busy option is in effect, the station continues to have the option of
making outgoing calls and activating other features.
Message Waiting (MWT)
The Business Set indicator can be a solid LCD indicator beside the MWT keys or the red
lamp on the M5208, M5216, or M5316 Meridian Business Sets.
Speed Calling (SCS) (SCL)
Speed Call Short List allows a user to store up to 10 numbers so that they can be
dialed automatically by using single digit codes (0 to 9). Speed Call Long List allows a
user to store up to 30,50, or 70 numbers so that they can be dialed automatically by
using single and double digit codes (0 to 9 and 10 to 70).
Three Way Calling (3WC)
See Call Transfer
(N)
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
B.
(N)
ATTENDANT CENTREX PACKAGE
The Attendant Centrex package provides the tools necessary for receptionists,
secretaries, executive assistants, or small call center attendants to effectively manage
multiple incoming lines to a single attendant station. The Attendant Centrex package
includes all the features of the Basic Centrex Package plus the additional features listed
below.
Busy Lamp Field/Direct Station Selection
Directed Call Park
Executive Busy Override
Intercom
Key Short Hunt
Multiple Appearance DN
Series Completion
Station Camp-On
The additional features that are included in Attendant Centrex are described in Section
B, following.

Busy Lamp Field/Direct Station Selection (BLF)
The station feature provides two capabilities for Meridian Business Sets (MBS). Busy
Lamp Field allows MBS users to monitor station status of a Directory Number (DN) or
set through the use of MBS lamp states.
Direct Station Selection provides direct dialing to a monitored DN or set by means of
the BLF key.
Directed Call Park (DCPK)
The Directed Call Park station feature has the same basic concept of the Call Park
feature except that it allows the station to park a call against any valid centrex station
directory appearance in the system, from where it may later be retrieved from any
station.
Executive Busy Override (EBO)
The Executive Busy Override station feature allows a station to gain access to a busy
station by flashing the switchhook during busy tone and dialing a feature activation
code on a Single Line Set, or pressing a key on the Business Set.

use of this feature requires a digital phone.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
B.
(N)
ATTENDANT CENTREX PACKAGE (cont’d)
Intercom (ICM) 
The Intercom station feature allows a Business Set user to directly call a predesignated Business Set by pressing the ICM feature key.
Key Short Hunt (KSH) †
The station feature Business Set Key Short Hunt allows incoming calls to hunt up
through a set of DN appearances on a Business Set in search of an idle DN upon which
to terminate.
Multiple Appearance Directory Numbers (MADN)
A directory number (DN) that is assigned to more than one Business Set or Single Line
Set is called a Multiple Appearance Directory Number or MADN. The telephones that
are assigned this DN are a MADN group.
Series Completion (SCMP)
Series Completion is a line option station feature that redirects calls from a busy DN to
another designated DN in the same office.
Single Line Queuing (SLQ)
This station feature provides a Centrex set the ability to have calls wait in queue.
Station Camp-On (MBSCAMP) †
This station feature enhances the call transfer capability of the Meridian Business Set
(MBS) by allowing an MBS to transfer the call to a busy station. If the busy station
does not answer the call within a certain time period, the call is recalled to the
originating station. This capability is known as “camp-on”.

use of this feature requires a digital phone.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
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3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
C.
(N)
CALL CENTER CENTREX PACKAGE
Call Center Centrex package provides business call center features or operator banks.
Along with the features of Basic Centrex and most of the features of Attendant
Centrex (excludes Executive Busy Override (EBO) and Intercom (ICM)), this package
has additional features that make call center employee’s jobs easier.
The additional features in Call Center Centrex are described below.
Malicious Call Hold (MCH)
The Malicious Call Hold station feature allows a Business Set subscriber to hold a
malicious call connection within the switching unit, enabling the call to be traced back
to the originating party.
Multiline Hunting (MLH)
With this enhancement, when a DN in the multi-line hunt group is dialed, hunting
starts at that DN and continues according to the hunt characteristics of that particular
group.
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
The Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) feature allows for an even distribution of incoming
calls to a DN answered by a group of Cox Centrex stations. This group of stations is
called a UCD group.
(N)

use of this feature requires a digital phone.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
Effective: January 10, 2001
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d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
D.
(N)
A-LA-CARTE FEATURES
The Company makes available the features listed below on an a-la-Carte basis. As an
a-la-Carte example, a customer purchases the Basic Centrex package, but would also
like the Intercom feature added to all, or a portion, of the centrex stations without
subscribing to the Attendant Centrex package. The Customer may purchase the
Intercom feature as an a-la-carte enhancement of the Basic Centrex package.
Additional features not listed below may be available on a case by case basis and
offered at the Company’s sole discretion.
Account Codes
Malicious Call Hold
Authorization Codes
Multiple Appearance DN
Multiline Hunting
Automatic Call Distribution
Automatic Line
Call Center Mgmt Information Sys
Ring Again
Call Forward Remote Access
Direct Inward System Access
Single Line Queuing
Speed Calling
Directory Number Hunt
Directed Call Park
Station Message Detail Recording
Station Camp-On
Executive Busy Override
Executive Message Waiting
Intercom
Uniform Call Distribution
Series Completion
Account Codes
This feature allows a user to enter a billing number into an SMDR for charge-back
purposes. This Account Code (ACCT) may be from 2 to 14 digits in length. The length
is the same for all stations in a customer group.
The account code feature permits:
 A station user to enter a cost accounting or client billing number into an SMDR
record.
 A station user to be prompted for an Account Code because of the called number
and the station’s attributes
 A station user to be prompted by the DMS-500 for an Account Code because of the
Authorization Code of the called number
 A station user to enter a cost accounting or client billing number when an incoming
call is answered.

See preceding Section 4. B & C for feature description.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
D.
(N)
A-LA-CARTE FEATURES (cont’d)
Authorization Codes
An authorization code (AUTH) is a specific set of digits assigned to and used by
a station user. By assigning each employee an authorization code, the business
can track who makes each call, particularly toll calls. The authorization code
can be either voluntary or required to complete the call. An authorization code
can range in length from 2 to 12 digits, with the length fixed for the customer
group. These codes are recorded on the customer’s SMDR report so they can be
tracked.
Entering an Authorization Code:

Identifies an authorized user in the Centrex network

Records an Authorization Code in the MSDR for billing and analysis
purposes

Assigns a Network Class of Service (NCOS) designation to a person
rather than to a station or incoming trunk group.
Automatic Call Distribution (ACD)
DMS Meridian Automatic Call Distribution is a system feature that enables
operating companies to offer customers complete ACD service. ACD efficiently
handles large volumes of incoming calls by distributing them equally among a
group of answering positions. This feature will be priced on an individual case
basis and therefore is not included in the a la carte pricing.
Automatic Line (AUL)
Automatic Line (AUL) provides an automatic connection between a calling
station that goes off-hook and a predetermined location. The calling station
does not receive dial tone. The automatic connection is made to a stored
number consisting of 1 to 15 digits.
(N)
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
D.
(N)
A-LA-CARTE FEATURES (cont’d)
Call Center Management Information System (CCMIS)
CCMIS is designed for customers whose call-center operations are served by a
single DMS-500 or Meridian ACD server. CCMIS software provides agent and
group performance-monitor screens, historical archiving and reports, loadmanagement capabilities, and profile maintenance. This feature will be priced
on an individual case basis and therefore is not included in the a la carte
pricing.
Call Forward Remote Access (CFRA)
This allows a station to activate or deactivate CFU, CFI, or CFF from a line other
than its own. The feature CFU, CFI, or CFF must already exist on the line being
activated or deactivated; CFRA alone does not provide these features.
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Direct System Inward Access (DISA) is a system feature that enables selected
outside callers the capability to dial from the switched network directly into the
DMS-500, and gain access to the Centrex facilities without attendant
assistance.
Callers dial a 7 or 10 digit software directory number or an inwats DISA number
to access their Centrex. Automatic answer is provided to callers prompting
either for an authorization code or presenting dial tone. Callers can then access
Centrex facilities depending upon NCOS restrictions set against users’
authorization codes or against their DISA numbers.
With the DISA feature, the customer should also use the SMDR and
Authorization Codes features. The DISA feature is accessible from Digitone
(DTMF) sets only.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
D.
(N)
A-LA-CARTE FEATURES (cont’d)
Directory Number Hunt (DNH)
There are two hunting options:


Sequential – Each line in the Directory number Hunt (DNH) group has
its own unique DN. The hunt group can be accessed by dialing the main
number, Pilot DN, or by dialing the DN of one of the hunt group
members.
Hunting is sequential starting as the number dialed and
ending at the last number in the hunt group.
Circular – If option CIR (circular hunting) is assigned to the DNH group,
all lines in the hunt group will be hunted regardless of the start point of
hunting.
Executive Message Waiting (EMW) 
The Executive Message Waiting (EMW) feature allows users to receive messagewaiting indication and see display information showing whom has left the Call
Request message.
Message List Editing (MLE) is not a line option, but is provided as part of EMW.
It allows users with display MBS sets to review and edit any or all of the queued
messages.
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
A major part of battling long-distance abuse is being aware of the volume and
types of calls being placed from Centrex stations. Employees who know that
records of toll calls will be made available to management are likely to be more
careful in using long-distance facilities. SMDR is the call detail recording system
within the DMS-500 intended to record call information for the Centrex enduser.

use of this feature requires a digital phone.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.4
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
D.
(N)
A-LA-CARTE FEATURES (cont’d)
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) (CONT’D)
SMDR is provided directly to the end user, with no processing or sorting
function performed by Cox Business Services. Our Centrex management
software, C3C from Strata Group, records and sends the SMDR records to each
our customers automatically based on their preferred schedule. Making the
process simply and easy so that our customers do not have to put with the
hassle of keeping up with it.
A variety of call details are recorded in SMDR, such as calling party, called
digits, originating, and terminating types. The SMDR formats are unique to
Meridian Digital Centrex and are not the same or in any way related to the call
record formats used for creating AMA records or CDR records.
Data recorded on a per-call basis includes:

Customer group identification

Originating Party identification

Terminating Party identification

Date and start time of the call

Call duration

Digits dialed

Expensive route warning tone identification

Authorization code

Account code

Feature code identification, when applicable
The ultimate objective for the end user SMDR is to gain information about the
use of the end customer’s telecommunications facilities. This information may
be used to allocate costs within the end user organization, to monitor usage
(and possible abuse) of the system by the station users, or to plan ongoing
telecommunications requirements.
Ring Again (RAG)
This feature allows a station user encountering a busy DN to be notified when
the busy station becomes idle, and the system automatically re-dials that same
number.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
(N)
5.
REGULATIONS
A.
Cox Centrex is furnished subject to the availability of network facilities and
features from central office switching equipment located in the Company’s
central office. The service allows for normal station activity including incidental
additions and deletions.
B.
Each system established must consist of a minimum of five (5) main station
lines. Main station lines connect the Customer’s Premises Equipment (CPE) and
the Company’s central office switching equipment.
C.
Directory listings will be provided in accordance with the regulations set forth in
the Directory Listing section of this tariff.
D.
Cox Centrex lines will be equipped with the standard features as specified in the
Basic Centrex Package, Section 4.A., above. Current Customers of FITS I & II
Centrex packages will become obsolete effective January 10, 2001. Obsolete
systems may add stations and new locations with FITS feature packages until
the term of the Customer’s contract has expired. At such time, the Customer
must convert the FITS Centrex package to the minimum centrex service offering,
the Basic Centrex Package or discontinue the Company’s service.
E.
Temporary suspension of service is not applicable with this service.
F.
When multiple features are activated on the same line, certain features may take
precedence over others. System limitations will be disclosed to the customer.
G.
Rerouting of calls that cannot be completed to the number originally dialed will
be offered a standard intercept message (Number Referral Service). The
standard central office recorded announcement equipment will intercept
incoming calls to unassigned station numbers. The announcement provided
states that the number called is not a working number and advises the caller of
the main directory number for the centrex group.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
(N)
5.
REGULATIONS (cont’d)
H.
End User Surcharges as specified in the Company’s FCC No. 4, Sections 5.1,
5.2, and 8.9 and FCC No. 5, Sections 4.2 and 4.4 apply as appropriate.
Application of End User Surcharges for centrex lines used by residents of
dormitory living quarters, barracks and nursing homes will be considered
residential service.
Station lines terminated in dormitory housing for
administrative or business use will be considered business service.
For Centrex service, an additive equivalent to the Interstate Business or
Residential (where appropriate) End User Common Line Charge will apply on a
PBX trunk equivalency basis according to the following table:
Total Unrestricted Lines
PBX Trunk Equivalency
Up to 6
7 to 10
11 to 15
16 to 21
22 to 28
29 to 36
37 to 45
46 to 54
55 to 64
65 to 75
76 to 86
87 to 100
Each Additional 15 lines
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
+1
Issued: December 12, 2000
(N)
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
(N)
5.
REGULATIONS (cont’d)
I.
Centrex rates and charges apply for a fixed period of time from 12 months to 60
months (service period plan) and are guaranteed against Company initiated
change for the duration of the plan. ICB pricing arrangements may apply for
centrex service periods greater than 60 months or for centrex stations in
quantities greater than 24.
Upon the expiration of the original service period plan a Customer must select
a new service period plan or the rates applicable will be those offered under
the 12 month service period plan.
J.
Provisioning of the Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) and software for use
with Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) is the responsibility of the Customer.
The Company shall not be responsible if changes in any of the equipment,
operations, or procedures of the Company utilized in the provision of ACD
service render any facilities provided by the Customer obsolete, or requires
modification of such equipment.
K.
Calling Name and/or Number Service Interaction.
The calling name and/or number will not be displayed if the called party is offhook. The called party must be on-hook to receive the caller data. If a
Customer with Call Waiting and Caller ID, and is on an existing call, the second
incoming call will not be displayed. The second incoming call will receive a call
waiting tone.
L.
Termination charges will apply for centrex service if discontinued or transferred
to another address before the expiration of the initial contract period.
Additionally, termination charges will apply when a centrex system is reduced
to the extent that the station capacity (lines) falls into the next lower range of
the contract schedule.
Issued: December 12, 2000
Effective: January 10, 2001
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director of Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
6.
RATES AND CHARGES
A.
Flat Rate Pricing
(N)
The three packages available in the Centrex offering are priced below. One-time
charges apply for each package per line or station. Customers must purchase a
minimum of 5 centrex lines.
Package
Basic Centrex
Attendant Centrex
Call Center Centrex
One Time Charges
Monthly Recurring Charges
Install per line
1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 5 Year
$10
$25
$25
$23
$21
$10
$40
$36
$33
$30
$10
$40
$36
$33
$30
A-la-Carte Features
per station
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, GA 30319
$4
$3
$3
$2
(N)
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
4.
COX CONNECT CENTREX (cont’d)
6.
RATES AND CHARGES (cont’d)
B.
Other Required Charges
One-Time Initial Customer Setup Charge
$100
Per Customer group
Miscellaneous Move/Add/Changes Charge
$20
Per change per station
Centrex Mgmt. Software Setup Charge
$150
Per Customer group
SMDR Record Retrieval Setup Charge
SMDR Record Retrieval Monthly Charge
$50
$50
Per Customer group
Per Customer group
Meridian Business Set surcharge
$2
Per month per Meridian
Business Set
Abbreviated Dialing*
$2
Monthly recurring chg.
* Abbreviated dialing at no charge after 25 lines.
Issue Date: January 22, 2002
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: February 8, 2002
(C)
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3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
GENERAL
ISDN-PRI Service is an optional form of local exchange access based on the
Primary Rate Interface (PRI) arrangement of the Integrated Services Digital
Network (ISDN). ISDN-PRI Service is a high-capacity access path for
communications providing voice or data transmission over the public network.
1.
Explanation of Terms
Circuit Switching
Circuit Switching is a switching technique in which an entire circuit or,
in a digital switch equipped for ISDN, a specific selection of time slots,
is dedicated to a given call.
ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
ISDN PRI is an alternative for individual local exchange access loop
services such as Direct Inward Dialing (DID) and business trunks. It
can also be used as loop transport for circuit-switched data
applications. ISDN PRI is provisioned on the 1.544 megabit per
second (mbps) bandwidth and uses the Integrated Services Digital
Network (SDN) architecture to provide the customer with the
capabilities of simultaneous access, transmission and switching of
voice, data and imaging services via channelized transport. In
addition, ISDN-PRI provides the customer with the service capabilities
and features described in the following.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
1.
Explanation of Terms, cont,d
Integrated Services Digital Network
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) describes the end-to-end
digital telecommunications network architecture which provides for the
simultaneous access, transmission and switching of voice, data and
image services. These functions are provided via channelized
transport facilities over a limited number of standard user-network
interfaces. The ISDN architecture consists of digital switching systems
which connect Primary Rate Interface lines to their servicing central
office.
Network Interfaces
ISDN Primary Rate Interface is comprised of a limited set of standard
user-network interfaces. The PRI customer premises equipment (CPE)
located at the customer premises must be compatible with the network
interface.
Optional Service Features Package
The Optional Service Features Package incorporates the optional
features Calling Line Identification and Call-by-Call Service Selection.
Primary Rate Access Facility
The Primary Rate Access Facility provides a high-capacity access path
at a transmission speed of 1.544 megabits per second (mbps) for
communications between the customer’s premises and the central
office. Each Primary rate Access Facility supports one ISDN-PRI
Interface Arrangement.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
1.
Explanation of Terms, cont,d
Primary Rate Interface (PRI) Arrangement
ISDN PRI Arrangement is a customer premises to central office service
providing ISDN capabilities. The PRI arrangement consists of 23 “B”
channels and one “D” channel or 24 “B” channels, which are defined as
follows:
B Channel
The B channel is a 64 kilobit per second (kbps) channel used for
information transfer between users. The B channel may be used in
conjunction with circuit-switched service.
D Channel
The D channel is a 64 kilobit per second (kbps) channel that carries
signaling and control for the B channels.
PRI Trunk Group
A PRI Trunk Group is a group of channels which are designated as one
of the following:
Incoming Exchange Trunk Group
Outgoing Exchange Trunk Group
Two-Way Exchange Trunk Group
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
1.
Explanation of Terms, cont,d
Simulated Facility Group
A Simulated Facility Group is a software defined register used to limit
the number of simultaneous calls with specific attributes.
2. Customers subscribing to ISDN-PRI must comply with ISDN
Primary Rate Interface specifications as designated by the Company.
2.
Service Capabilities
ISDN-PRI provides the capability to:
a. Transport customer information in the form of circuit-switched
voice or data up to 64 kbps over any B channel.
b. Where available, one D channel can control up to 20 PRI Interface
Arrangements depending on facility capabilities. In such cases, a
single D channel in one PRI Interface Arrangement handles all the
signaling and control requirements of multiple PRI Interface
Arrangements in a specific grouping allowing supplemental PRI
Interface Arrangements to consist of 24 B channels.
c. Allow B channels to be designated for specific services, such as
Incoming Exchange Trunks, Outgoing Exchange Trunks and TwoWay Exchange Trunks, or optionally configure channels to access
Incoming and Outgoing Exchange Trunks on a per call basis. Twoway Exchange Trunks may not be accessed on a Call-by-Call basis.
d. Allow the user to have access to the directory number of the calling
party.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
3. Conditions
Customers subscribing to ISDN-PRI must comply with ISDN Primary Rate
Interface specifications as designed by the Company.
a. Feature availability and service capabilities are dependent on the
facilities and digital technology providing the service.
b. ISDN compatible terminal equipment is a requirement for
operation. It is the customer’s responsibility to power and obtain
such equipment.
c. ISDN-PRI service does not preclude the customer from originating
or receiving circuit-switched voice calls from inside or outside
either his/her serving central office or his/her Local Exchange Area.
Where facilities are available, the customer will be able to originate
and receive circuit-switched data calls outside of his/her serving
central office.
d. All PRI Interface Arrangement configurations must have at least
one 23B+D Interface Arrangement for signaling and control
functions. A 23B + Back-up D Interface Arrangement is required
whenever the ISDN-PRI Interface Arrangements ordered and inservice would otherwise cause m ore than 47 B-channels to be
controlled by a single D channel.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
4.
Features
Features available with ISDN-PRI:
a. Back-up D Channel
Automatically takes over for a failed D channel in case of trouble.
b. Call-by-Call Service Selection
As an option to the Dedicated B Channel Configuration, B channels
may be configured to access multiple services on a per call basis. The
customer premises equipment signals the local central office as to
what type of service to access for each call.
c. Calling Line Identification
Allows the user to have access to the directory number of the calling
party.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
5.
Rates and Charges
1. Application of Rates
a. The PBX Trunk dial tone is included in the ISDN-PRI Service rates
and charges.
b. The PBX Trunk Flat rate Monthly Usage Option, measured rate
charges and message rate charges specified in the Local Exchange
Services tariff apply, as appropriate, to each PBX trunk provisioned
on the ISDN-PRI Service using the circuit-switched voice
arrangement.
c. Existing tariff rates, charges and regulations for DID service apply,
where required. This includes DID numbers and trunk connection
charges. Tariffed DID trunk connection charges apply for each DID
trunk provisioned on the ISDN-PRI Interface Arrangement.
d. Individual Additional Telephone Numbers may be ordered from this
tariff without incurring DID trunk connection charges.
e. Trunk hunting is included in the ISDN-PRI Service rates and
charges.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.5 ISDN-PRI SERVICE
5.
Rates and Charges
2. Rates
NRC
($)
ISDN-PRI Interface and Access Facility:
23B+D
24B
23B+Back-up D
12B +D
18B+D
a.
b.
c.
Caller ID and Call-by-Call Service
Caller ID, per PRI Interface
Call-by Call Service Selection
d.
PRI Reconfiguration Charge
Trunk Change Charge, per PRI
Change in D-channel configuration
(23B+D; 24B; 23B+Back-up D,
12B+D, 18B+D)
g. Individual Additional Telephone Numbers
each
Monthly
($)
1,000
1,000
1,000
500
500
750
750
750
280
420
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
300
N/C
25
3
Monthly recurring discounts are available to Customers based on term
of contract. The discounts range from 7% up to 35%. Installation
fees are waived when bundled with other Cox Services.
Issue Date: December 21, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 1, 2011
(N)
(N)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS)
1.
General
IntraLATA toll service is furnished for telephone communication between
telephones in different local calling areas within the LATA in accordance
with the regulations and schedules of charges specified in this tariff.
2.
Timing of Messages
(a)
Unless otherwise indicated, all calls are timed in sixty (60)
second increments and are rounded up to the next whole minute.
(b)
For station to station calls, call timing begins when a connection
is established between the calling and called stations.
(c)
For person to person calls, call timing begins when connection is
established between the calling person and the particular person,
station, or mobile unit specified, or an agreed upon alternate.
(d)
Call timing ends when the called station “hangs up,” thereby
releasing the network connection. If the called station hangs up
but the calling station does not, chargeable time ends when the
network connection is released either by automatic timing
equipment in the telephone network, or by the Company
operator.
(e)
Calls originating in one time period as defined in 3.1.5.3 and
terminating in another will be billed the rates in effect at the
beginning of the billing increment.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
3.
Residential and Business Rates
Cox will charge a flat rate per minute (except where noted below)
without regard to mileage as follows:
Direct Dialed
Residential
Rate per Minute
Business
Per 6 second increment
Operator Assisted Calls
Rate per Minute
Day:
Evening:
Night:
4.
Day
Evening
Night
$0.18
$0.18
$0.18
$0.015
$0.015
$0.015
$0.35
$0. 35
$0. 35
8:00 a.m. to, but not including, 5:00 p.m. - M - F
5:00 p.m. to, but not including, 11:00 p.m. - M - F
11:00 p.m. to, but not including, 8:00 p.m. - M - F
All day Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.
Optional Calling Plans
Cox U.S. Savings Plan
This optional calling plan will provide Cox residential Customers a
competitively price alternative choice to Cox standard long distance plan.
The optional calling plan will be available to new and existing customers
who choose Cox Long Distance for both PIC and LPIC. The plan includes
all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The plan is a flat
$0.07 per minute all day, every day on direct dialed calls with a monthly
recurring fee of $3.95.
Issue Date: May 22, 2012
Effective Date:June 1, 2012
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(I)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 91.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4. Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
(N/M)
Cox Business Solutions Calling Plan
The Cox Business Solutions Calling Plan (the “Plan”) enables Business Customers who
subscribe to Cox Local Service to receive reduced rates on their domestic long distance
and toll free service based on the monthly call volume and the term commitment of the
plan selected. No minimum usage obligations are associated with the Plan. The
Customer must select Cox as their PIC and LPIC.
The Plan is available in one-, two-, three-, four-, or five-year term commitments. The
term of the selected commitment will commence on the first day of the next complete
billing month following the execution of the Customer Service Agreement that
references this Plan.
The Plan is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines that are presubscribed to
Cox LD. The Plan is billed in 6-second increments and rounds up to the next highest 6second increment for partial increments.
If the Customer terminates their Plan prior to the expiration of the selected term, or
the Customer fails to meet all of the conditions under this Plan, Cox may, at its option,
(i) re-rate the Customer’s usage to the nearest qualifying term plan; or (ii) if
terminated in the first year, re-rate the Customer’s usage at the Standard Service Plan
rate of $0.10 per minute.
The Plan is an intrastate service and does not apply to the following calls, services or
applications and cannot be used in conjunction with: Collect Calls; Calling Card; Calls
to 555, 700, 900, 976 Services; Third Number Billed; Directory Assistance and
Directory Assistance Call Completion; Repeat Call; Return Calls (per activation);
Person-to-Person Calls; Intercept Call Completion; Operator Handled Calls; Three-Way
Calling (per activation); Call Centers; Automatic Dialing Equipment.
(N)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, page 150.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 91.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4. Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Business Solutions Calling Plan
(N/M)
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per Minute-of-Use (“MOU”) rates based on cumulative minutes-of-use and
term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
Per MOU
$0.056
$0.050
$0.048
$0.046
$0.044
$0.042
$0.040
$0.037
$0.034
TERM COMMITMENT
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
Per MOU
Per MOU
Per MOU
$0.054
$0.052
$0.050
$0.048
$0.046
$0.044
$0.046
$0.044
$0.042
$0.044
$0.042
$0.040
$0.042
$0.040
$0.038
$0.040
$0.038
$0.036
$0.038
$0.036
$0.034
$0.035
$0.033
$0.031
$0.032
$0.030
$0.028
5 Year
Per MOU
$0.048
$0.042
$0.040
$0.038
$0.036
$0.034
$0.032
$0.029
$0.026
(N)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, page 151.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 91.2.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4. Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Business Enterprise Calling Plan
(N)
The Cox Business Enterprise Calling Plan (the “Plan”) enables Business Customers to
receive reduced rates on their domestic long distance and toll free service based on
monthly call volume and the term commitment of the plan selected. No minimum
usage obligations are associated with the Plan. The Plan is available to Cox Business
Customers who (1) subscribe to Cox Local Service; (2) select Cox as their PIC and
LPIC; and (3) subscribe to one of the following additional Cox Business Services:
Cox Business Internet Service
Cox Metro Ethernet Service
Cox Private Line Service
Cox Business Video Service
The Plan is available in one-, two-, three-, four-, or five-year term comments. The
term of the selected commitment will commence on the first day of the next complete
billing month following the execution of the Customer Service Agreement that
references this Plan.
The Minutes-of-Use (“MOUs”) are cumulative across a Business Customer’s access lines
that are subscribed to the Plan. The Plan is billed in 6-second increments and rounds
up to the next highest 6-second increment for partial increments.
If the Customer terminates their Plan prior to the expiration of the selected term, or
the Customer fails to meet all of the conditions under this Plan, Cox may, at its option,
(i) re-rate the Customer’s usage to the nearest qualifying term plan; or (ii) if
terminated in the first year, re-rate the Customer’s usage at the Standard Service Plan
rate of $0.10 per minute.
The Plan is an intrastate service and does not apply to the following calls, services or
applications and cannot be used in conjunction with: Collect Calls; Calling Card; Calls
to 555, 700, 900, 976 Services; Third Number Billed; Directory Assistance and
Directory Assistance Call Completion; Repeat Call; Return Calls (per activation);
Person-to-Person Calls; Intercept Call Completion; Operator Handled Calls; Three-Way
Calling (per activation); Call Centers; Automatic Dialing Equipment.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 91.2.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4. Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Business Enterprise Calling Plan
(N)
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per MOU rates based on cumulative minutes-of-use and term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
Per MOU
$0.052
$0.046
$0.044
$0.042
$0.040
$0.038
$0.036
$0.033
$0.030
TERM COMMITMENT
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
Per MOU
Per MOU Per MOU
$0.050
$0.048
$0.046
$0.044
$0.042
$0.040
$0.042
$0.040
$0.038
$0.040
$0.038
$0.036
$0.038
$0.036
$0.034
$0.036
$0.034
$0.032
$0.034
$0.032
$0.030
$0.031
$0.029
$0.027
$0.028
$0.026
$0.024
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
5 Year
Per MOU
$0.044
$0.038
$0.036
$0.034
$0.032
$0.030
$0.028
$0.025
$0.022
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 91.3
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox U.S. 250 Savings Plan
This optional residential long distance calling plan provides Cox Customers a
competitively price alternative for moderate users of long distance service.
The optional calling plan is available to new and existing customers who
select Cox Local and Cox Long Distance, both PIC and LPIC. The plan includes
calls to all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin
Islands. The plan has a monthly recurring charge of $15.00, which includes
up to 250 minutes of intrastate and interstate usage. Additional minutes over
the included 250 will be assessed $0.07 per minute all day, everyday on
direct dialed calls.
Cox U.S. 500 Savings Plan
This optional residential long distance calling plan provides Cox Customers a
competitively price alternative for substantial users of long distance service.
The optional calling plan is available to new and existing customers who
select Cox Local and Cox Long Distance, both PIC and LPIC. The plan includes
calls to all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin
Islands. The plan has a monthly recurring charge of $25.00, which includes
up to 500 minutes of intrastate and interstate usage. Additional minutes over
the included 500 will be assessed $0.05 per minute all day, everyday on
direct dialed calls.
Simply Five Savings Plan
This optional calling plan will provide Cox Residential Customers a
competitively price alternative choice to Cox standard long distance plan. The
optional calling plan will be available to new and existing customers who
choose Cox Long Distance for both PIC and LPIC. The plan includes all 50
states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam
and CNMI. The plan is a flat $0.05 per minute all day, every day on direct
dialed intrastate and interstate calls with a monthly recurring charge (MRC) of
$4.99. The MRC will be waived for Customers who subscribe to any feature
packages or subscribe to both video services and high-speed data services
offered by the Cox Affiliated Company.
Issue Date: March 22, 2012
Effective Date: April 1, 2012
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(I)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 91.4
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
CBS Minute Pack 100
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of 100
minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free service
with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of 100
minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 100-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in six
second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$7.50
$7.20
$7.00
$6.90
$6.80
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Overage
$0.075 (I)
$0.072 (I)
$0.070 (I)
$0.069 (I)
$0.068 (I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
CBS Minute Pack 250
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of 250
minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free service
with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of 250
minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 250-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in six
second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$14.00
$13.00
$12.00
$11.75
$11.50
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Overage
$0.056 (I)
$0.052 (I)
$0.048 (I)
$0.047 (I)
$0.046 (I)
Issue Date: March 21, 2014
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Effective Date: April 1, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 91.5
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
CBS Minute Pack 500
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of 500
minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free service
with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of 500
minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 500-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in six
second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$26.00
$25.00
$23.00
$22.50
$22.00
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Overage
$0.052 (I)
$0.050 (I)
$0.046 (I)
$0.045 (I)
$0.044 (I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
CBS Minute Pack 1000
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of 1000
minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free service
with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of 1000
minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 1000-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in six
second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$48.00
$47.00
$45.00
$44.00
$43.00
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Overage
$0.048 (I)
$0.047 (I)
$0.045 (I)
$0.044 (I)
$0.043 (I)
Issue Date: March 21, 2014
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Effective Date: April 1, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 91.5.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
CBS Minute Pack 2500
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of 2500
minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free service
with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of 2500
minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 2500-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in six
second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$109.00 (I)
$105.00 (I)
$100.00 (I)
$97.50 (I)
$95.00 (I)
Overage
$0.0436 (I)
$0.042 (I)
$0.040 (I)
$0.039 (I)
$0.038 (I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
CBS Minute Pack 5000
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of 5000
minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free service
with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of 5000
minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 5000-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in six
second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$200.00
$195.00
$190.00
$185.00
$180.00
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Overage
$0.040 (I)
$0.039 (I)
$0.038 (I)
$0.037 (I)
$0.036 (I)
Issue Date: March 21, 2014
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Effective Date: April 1, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 91.5.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
CBS Minute Pack 7500
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of 7500
minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free service
with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of 7500
minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 7500-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in six
second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$280.00
$275.00
$270.00
$260.00
$255.00
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Overage
$0.0373 (I)
$0.0367 (I)
$0.036 (I)
$0.0347 (I)
$0.034 (I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
CBS Minute Pack 10,000
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of
10,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of
10,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 10,000-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in
six second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$360.00
$335.00
$310.00
$305.00
$295.00
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Overage
$0.036 (I)
$0.0335 (I)
$0.031 (I)
$0.0305 (I)
$0.0295 (I)
Issue Date: March 21, 2014
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
(I)
Effective Date: April 1, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 91.5.3
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
CBS Minute Pack 20,000
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of
20,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of
20,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 20,000-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in
six second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$600.00
$575.00
$525.00
$520.00
$500.00
Overage
$0.03
$0.0288
$0.0263
$0.0260
$0.0250
(N)
(N)
CBS Minute Pack 40,000
This optional long distance call plan offers a Cox Business Customer a block of
40,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service with the option of a one- through five-year term commitment. The block of
40,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access lines. Any remaining
minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the next month. Toll
minutes in excess of the 40,000-minute block will be assessed as detailed below in
six second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) rerate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$1150.00
$1075.00
$1000.00
$960.00
$920.00
Overage
$0.0288
$0.0269
$0.0250
$0.0240
$0.0230
Issue Date: November 20, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 30, 2008
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 91.6
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
CBS Minute Pack 50,000
This optional long distance call plan provides Cox Business Customers a block of
50,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service. The block of 50,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access
lines. Any remaining minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the
next month. Toll minutes in excess of the 50,000-minute block will be assessed as
detailed below in six second increments and rounded up to the nearest six-second
increment. If this Minute Pack is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected
term, or Customer fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may,
at its option: (i) re-rate Customer's usage to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii)
charge Customer the standard rates for service up to the date of termination,
whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$1400.00
$1300.00
$1200.00
$1200.00
$1150.00
Overage
$0.0288
$0.0269
$0.0250
$0.0240
$0.0230
(N)
(N)
(N/M)
CBS Minute Pack 75,000
This optional long distance call plan provides Cox Business Customers a block of
75,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service. The block of 75,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s access
lines. Any remaining minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover to the
next month. Toll minutes in excess of the 75,000-minute block will be assessed as
detailed below. All minutes will be billed in six second increments and rounded up to
the nearest six-second increment. If this Minute Pack is terminated prior to the
expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails to meet all of the conditions set
forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) re-rate Customer's usage to the nearest
qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the standard rates for service under this tariff
up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
(M) Material has been moved to
MRC
$1900.00
$1800.00
$1750.00
$1725.00
$1650.00
page 91.12
Overage
$0.0253
$0.0240
$0.0233
$0.0230
$0.0220
Issue Date: November 20, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 30, 2008
(N/M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 91.6.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
(N)
CBS Minute Pack 100,000
This optional long distance call plan provides Cox Business Customers a block of
100,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service. The block of 100,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s
access lines. Any remaining minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover
to the next month. Toll minutes in excess of the 100,000-minute block will be
assessed as detailed below. All minutes will be billed in six second increments and
rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this Minute Pack is terminated
prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails to meet all of the
conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) re-rate Customer's usage
to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the standard rates for service
under this tariff up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$2450.00
$2350.00
$2250.00
$2200.00
$2200.00
Overage
$0.0245
$0.0235
$0.0225
$0.0220
$0.0220
CBS Minute Pack 125,000
This optional long distance call plan provides Cox Business Customers a block of
125,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service. The block of 125,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s
access lines. Any remaining minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover
to the next month. Toll minutes in excess of the 125,000-minute block will be
assessed as detailed below. All minutes will be billed in six second increments and
rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this Minute Pack is terminated
prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails to meet all of the
conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) re-rate Customer's usage
to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the standard rates for service
under this tariff up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$3000.00
$2875.00
$2750.00
$2750.00
$2625.00
Overage
$0.024
$0.023
$0.022
$0.022
$0.021
Issue Date: November 20, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 30, 2008
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 91.6.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
(N)
CBS Minute Pack 150,000
This optional long distance call plan provides Cox Business Customers a block of
150,000 minutes of direct dialed intrastate and interstate long distance and toll free
service. The block of 150,000 minutes is shared among a Business Customer’s
access lines. Any remaining minutes at the end of the billing period will not rollover
to the next month. Toll minutes in excess of the 150,000-minute block will be
assessed as detailed below. All minutes will be billed in six second increments and
rounded up to the nearest six-second increment. If this Minute Pack is terminated
prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails to meet all of the
conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) re-rate Customer's usage
to the nearest qualifying plan or (ii) charge Customer the standard rates for service
under this tariff up to the date of termination, whichever is greater.
Term Options
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
4 Year
5 Year
MRC
$3450.00
$3300.00
$3150.00
$3150.00
$3000.00
Overage
$0.023
$0.022
$0.021
$0.021
$0.020
Issue Date: November 20, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 30, 2008
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 91.7
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Unlimited Connection Call Plan:
A. General:
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, the Cox Unlimited
Connection Call Plan offers Residential Customers in Company’s service area
with unlimited intrastate and interstate direct-dialed toll calling subject to the
conditions below.
B. Eligibility:
Residential Customers in Company’s service area who subscribe to:
1.
2.
One flat-rated Residential Access Line; and
Cox Long Distance for both the intra- and inter-LATA toll services
on that same line; and
(D)
(D)
(D)
C. Terms and Conditions:
1.
2.
The applicable monthly recurring charge for the Cox Unlimited
Connection(sm) Plan will be billed in advance in accordance with rules
of this tariff applicable to the payment of recurring charges for local
exchange service.
A Customer may subscribe to multiple plans on multiple lines as
long as each line meets the conditions specified in Section B above.
Issue Date: March 17, 2011
Effective Date: April 1, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 91.8
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Unlimited Connection Call Plan, cont’d.
C. Terms and Conditions, cont’d.
3.
4.
5.
The unlimited toll calls under this plan may be directly dialed from
one line designated by the Customer meeting the conditions in
Section B above to any place within Nebraska, any of the 50 states,
the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam
and CNMI.
The unlimited intraLATA and interLATA toll minutes included in this
plan (1) shall apply exclusively to direct-dialed calls made from the
line subject to this plan, (2) have no cash value for refund purposes,
(3) are not transferable or assignable, and (4) shall not apply toward
operator-assisted, collect calls, calls billed to a third party or credit
cards, or calls to directory assistance.
If usage under this plan is not consistent with typical Residential
Customer usage, at the Company's sole discretion, the Company
may offer the Customer an alternative plan or suspend, restrict or
cancel Customer’s service without prior notice. Calls that are not
consistent with typical Residential voice use include but are not
limited to: use for general business purposes, commercial facsimile,
auto-dialing, resale, call centers and telemarketing. Callers must dial
1+ area code + 7-digit telephone number for the call to be included
in the Cox Unlimited plan. Call detail is not available with this plan.
Customers must subscribe to Cox Long Distance and also to the
Company’s local exchange service. This plan is available to
Customers on a per-line basis up to a maximum of four Residential
telephone lines. Unlimited service is reserved for direct-dialed long
distance calls and does not include multi-party conference calls, calls
to 900 numbers, directory assistance, per-use feature calling, calling
card, operator services, international calling and toll free calling
services; such calls are subject to additional charges. Taxes, fees
and other charges, including Universal Service Fund fee, apply.
Issue Date: April 1, 2008
Effective Date: April 14, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 91.9
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4.
Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Unlimited Connection Call Plan, cont’d.
C. Terms and Conditions, cont’d.
6.
For additional rates, terms, and conditions specific to interstate
interLATA toll usage under this plan, refer to the Cox website at
http://www.cox.com/telephone/.
D. Rates and Charges:
Monthly Recurring
Charge
Cox Unlimited Connection Call Plan
$20.00
(I)
(D)
Issue Date: March 17, 2011
Effective Date: April 1, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 91.10
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4. Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Business Unlimited Call Plan
A. Description:
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, the Cox Business Unlimited
Call Plan offers Business Customers in Company’s service area with unlimited
intrastate and interstate direct-dialed toll calling subject to the conditions below.
B. Eligibility
Business Customers in Company’s service area, who subscribe to the following
services:
1. At least one but not more than ten flat-rated Business Line and all lines on
the Customer’s account must be provisioned with Cox Business Unlimited,
(see Sections 3.1.2.2 (a), (b) & (c) of this tariff for applicable service
activation and monthly recurring rates); and
2. Cox Long Distance for both the intra- and inter-LATA toll services.
C. Terms and Conditions:
1. The Customer must select Company as the carrier of choice for toll services
for each Business access line subscribed to under this plan.
2. The Customer may subscribe up to a maximum of ten (10) Unlimited Calling
lines for a one-year minimum commitment. All lines in a common hunt group
must be provisioned with the unlimited package. The Unlimited Calling is only
available to Customers who subscribe to ten (10) or fewer access lines.
3. The Cox Unlimited Package’s Monthly Recurring Charge will be billed in
advance
4. The unlimited intraLATA and interLATA toll minutes included in this package
(1) shall apply exclusively to direct-dialed calls made from the line subject to
this package, (2) have no cash value for refund purposes, (3) are not
transferable or assignable, (4) shall not be applied to calls outside the United
States, (5) shall not apply toward operator-assisted, collect calls, calls billed
to a third party or credit cards, or calls to directory assistance, and (6) shall
only apply to calls that are two minutes or above in length.
Issue Date: August 20, 2013
Effective Date: September 2, 2013
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(T)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 91.11
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4. Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Business Unlimited Call Plan, cont’d.
C. Terms and Conditions, cont’d:
5. The Company may monitor the Customer’s toll usage subject to this package. If
the Customer uses the toll minutes under this package for outbound
telemarketing, call centers or non-voice services, including but not limited to,
data services or any service listed below, the Customer will be presumed to be
in violation of the usage restrictions of this Package. It shall be the
responsibility of the Customer to demonstrate to the Company that the usage is
not in violation of the usage restrictions specified herein. Usage restrictions
apply and may not be used in conjunction with the following:
a. Auto dialers or Power dialers
b. Long distance Internet access
c. Call Center applications including but not limited to auto dialers
d. Resale of unlimited minutes
e. PBX trunks
f. Ground start line or trunks
g. ISDN services
h. Foreign exchange services
i. Public telephone services
j. Public access smart-pay phones
k. Analog to digital conversion digital PBX services
l. WATS services
m. PBX/PABX/EABX services
n. Non-square electronic key telephone systems
o. Predictive calling/dialing systems
p. Automatic outbound dialing systems
q. Any type of automatic call distribution system, or
r. The functional equivalent of any system listed above
6. If the Company determines that a Customer has failed to demonstrate that the
usage is not in violation of any of the usage restrictions, the Company may
immediately suspend, restrict or cancel the Customer’s access to toll service; or
may move the Customer’s toll service to another plan offered under this tariff.
D. Rates and Charges:
Monthly Recurring Charge
Cox Business Unlimited Call Plan
Issue Date: March 21, 2014
$22.95 (I)
Effective Date: April 1, 2014
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(I)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 91.12
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
4. Optional Calling Plans, cont’d.
Cox Online LD Plan
The Cox Online LD Plan includes both local toll and long distance calls if Cox Long
Distance Service is selected as the service provider for both local toll service and long
distance service. Customer must subscribe to Cox Digital Telephone service and this
optional calling plan through the Cox online website to be eligible for subscription to
the Online LD Plan. There is no monthly recurring charge for this plan. A per minute
rate of 12 cents applies to direct dialed local toll and long distance calling. Additional
charges apply for international, Calling Card, Directory Assistance, or Operator
Services calls. Calls are billed in whole minute increments. Taxes, fees and other
charges, including Universal Service Fund, apply to the usage charges assessed on
this plan.
The Business Nickel Call Plan
(M)
This Business call plan provides Cox Business Customers a competitively priced
alternative to the standard long distance plan. The call plan is available to new and
existing customers who choose Cox Long Distance for both PIC and LPIC. The plan is
a flat $0.05 per-minute all day, every day on direct dialed intrastate calls with no
monthly recurring charge and billed on six-second increments. Additionally, there is
a complementary interstate call plan that includes state-to-state calls to all 50
states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam and
CNMI. Additionally, as an added benefit, the Customer will receive free LD minutes
each month depending on the number of lines associated with the account pursuant
to the table below.
Number of Lines
1 through 5
6 through 10
11+
Free Minutes
250
500
1,000
(M) Material formerly found on page 91.6.
Issue Date: November 20, 2008
Effective Date: November 30, 2008
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 92
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
1.
Service Description
Toll-Free Service is an inbound service originating on feature group facilities,
which terminate on a Business Line. This service enables the Customer to
receive toll-free calls at their place of business and is available only in
conjunction with Cox Local Exchange Service.
A)
The Company reserves the right to require an applicant for Toll-Free
Service to supply the following information when requesting service: an initial
traffic forecast, identification of anticipated busy hour, identification of its
geographical marketing target areas, and a schedule of marketing and
promotional activities. The Company may also require that the Customer
submit a new traffic forecast quarterly after service is initiated.
B)
The Company's Toll-Free Service is furnished upon condition that the
Customer contracts for adequate facilities to permit the use of this service
without injurious effects upon it or any service rendered by the Company. The
Company may terminate or refuse to furnish the Company's Toll-Free Service
to any applicant, without incurring any liability and without notice to the
Customer, if the use of the service would interfere with or impair any service
rendered by the Company.
Issue Date: January 3, 2014
Effective Date: January 14, 2014
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(T)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
1.
Service Description (cont’d)
C)
The Customer must obtain an adequate number of access lines for
Company Toll-Free Services to handle the Customer's expected
demand in order to prevent interference or impairment of this service
or any other service provided by the Company considering: (1) total
call volume; (2) average call duration; (3) time-of-day characteristics;
and (4) peak calling period. The Company, without incurring any
liability and without notice to the Customer, may disconnect or refuse
to furnish Company Toll-Free Service to any Customer that fails to
comply with these conditions.
D)
If the Customer requests assignment of a specific Toll-Free Service
telephone number, the Company may require the Customer to submit a
number reservation agreement form to the Company. At no time may a
Customer have more than ten (10) numbers reserved. Any reservation
shall be for no more than fifteen (15) days and shall be subject to a
reservation fee which will be credited to Customer's unpaid balance after
the Company's Toll-Free Service has been in actual and substantial use
for a consecutive sixty (60) day period.
Issue Date: April 3, 2000
(N)
Effective Date: April 14, 2000
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 92.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
1.
Service Description (cont’d)
E) Use of numbers: Each Company Toll-Free Service telephone number must
be placed in actual and substantial use by the Customer. "Substantial use"
shall mean a pattern of use that demonstrates intent on the Customer's
part to employ the number for the purpose for which it was intended;
namely, to allow callers to reach the Customer, as indicated, for example,
by at least 30 average monthly minutes of use or more. Any toll-free
telephone number associated with the Company's Toll-Free Service that
has not been placed in actual and substantial use during the first sixty
(60) day period after service activation may be recovered upon written
notice to the Customer. Nothing in this Section, or in any other provision
of this tariff, or in any marketing materials issued by or on behalf of the
Company, shall give any person, including prospective Customers who
have reserved toll-free telephone numbers hereunder or Customers who
subscribe to and use the Company's Toll-Free Service or their transferee
or assigns, any ownership interest or proprietary right in any particular
toll-free number; however, upon placing a number actually and
substantially in use, as defined above, the Company's Toll-Free Service
Customers do have a controlling interest in this toll-free number(s). The
Company Toll-Free Service Customers may retain the use of their toll-free
number assignments, even following changes in their toll-free carrier
and/or Responsible Organization.
Pursuant to 52.107 of the FCC rules:
As used in this section, hoarding is the acquisition by a toll
free subscriber from a Responsible Organization of more toll
free numbers than the toll free subscriber intends to use for
the provision of toll free service. The definition of hoarding
also includes number brokering, which is the selling of a toll
free number by a private entity for a fee.
(1)Toll free subscribers shall not hoard toll free numbers.
(2)No person or entity shall acquire a toll free number for
the purpose of selling the toll free number to another
entity or to a person for a fee.
(3)Routing multiple toll free numbers to a single toll free
subscriber will create a rebuttable presumption that the
toll free subscriber is hoarding or brokering toll free
numbers.
Issue Date: April 28, 2009
Effective Date: May 8, 2009
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(T)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.3
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
1.
Service Description (cont’d)
F)
If a Customer places an order for the Company to carry Customer's
already existing toll-free number service, the Customer shall provide to
Company the contact names, telephone number and address of the
Customer's Responsible Organization (Resp. Org.). Upon subscription to
the Company's Toll-Free Service, the Customer may execute a Letter of
Authorization to transfer Resp. Org. responsibility of its toll-free
number(s) to the Company's Resp. Org. If the Customer elects to retain
a non-Company Resp. Org., the Customer must notify the Company of
any changes in the Customer's Resp. Org. in writing within 48 hours of
the change.
The Customer is responsible for all outstanding
indebtedness for services provided by a previous Resp. Org. or toll-free
service carrier. The Company assumes no responsibility or liability with
respect to any obligations of Customer to such previous service
providers existing at the time of transfer to Company.
(N)
(N)
Issue Date: April 3, 2000
Effective Date: April 14, 2000
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.4
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
1.
Service Description (cont’d)
G)
Subject to execution of a Resp. Org. Service Agreement between the
Company and the Customer, the Company Resp. Org. will perform the
function of Resp. Org. for all Company Toll-Free Service orders unless
the Customer requests another Resp. Org. The Company's Resp. Org.
functions include 1) search for and reservation of toll-free numbers in
the SMS/800; 2) creating and maintaining the toll-free number
Customer record in the SMS/800; and 3) provision of a single point of
contact for trouble reporting.
(1)
(N)
Where the Company serves as the Resp. Org. for a Company Toll-Free
Service Customer, the Company will, at the Customer's request,
subscribe to Toll-Free Directory Listing for the toll-free number(s)
assigned to the Customer. A charge for Toll-Free Directory Listings will
apply as set forth in this Tariff. In the event that a Customer transfers
its toll-free service to another Resp. Org., the Company shall cease to
subscribe to Toll-Free Directory Listing Service on behalf of the
Customer and the Customer is responsible for assuring that Toll-Free
Directory Listing Service is maintained through the new Resp. Org.
Customer is responsible for payment of any outstanding Toll-Free
Directory Listing charges, including any unexpired portion of any
minimum period applicable to such services, and the Company shall
have no liability for any interruption or other delay, error, mistake,
omission or other defect occurring in connection with the transfer of
Toll-Free Directory Listing responsibility.
(N)
Issue Date: April 3, 2000
Effective Date: April 14, 2000
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 92.5
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
1.
Service Description (cont’d)
(2)
Where the Company serves as the Resp. Org. for a Company Toll-Free
Service Customer, it will, at the Customer's request, subscribe to
Vertical Features obtained from Local Exchange Company access
tariffs. When a Company Toll-Free Service Customer uses Vertical
Features obtained by Company from Local Exchange Company tariffs,
a charge will apply. This charge may not be counted toward the
attainment of any volume or revenue commitment and will not be
discounted.
(3)
In the event that a Customer cancels its Company Toll-Free Service,
the Customer will be required to select a new Resp. Org. Such
change shall become effective simultaneous with the change in
the Customer Toll-Free Service provider.
(4)
In the event that a Customer cancels its Company Resp. Org. or TollFree Service, the Customer shall be responsible for all outstanding
indebtedness to the Company and any outstanding charges applicable
to any services obtained by or on behalf of the Customer by Company.
Issue Date: January 3, 2014
Effective Date: January 14, 2014
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(C/D)
(C)
(C)
(D)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.6
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
1.
Service Description (cont’d)
H)
It is the Customer's responsibility to provide answer supervision back
to the Company point of connection even when the Company Toll-Free
Service is connected to switching equipment or a Customer-provided
communications system. In such case, the equipment or system must
provide appropriate supervision so that the measure of chargeable
time begins upon delivery of the call to the Customer's switching
equipment or communications system and ends upon termination of
the call.
I)
In accordance with FCC regulations, ANI shall only be used for billing
and collection, routing, screening, and completion of the originating
subscriber's call or transaction or for service directly related to the
originating subscriber's call or transaction.
(N)
The ANI shall not be reused or resold without first notifying the
originating telephone subscriber and obtaining affirmative consent of the
subscriber for reuse or resale.
Unless the originating subscriber has given consent for the reuse or
resale, any information provided shall not be used for any purpose other
than:




performing the services or transactions that are subject of the
originating subscriber's call;
ensuring network performance security, and the effectiveness of
call delivery;
compiling, using and disclosing aggregate information; and
complying with applicable laws.
(N)
Issue Date: April 3, 2000
Effective Date: April 14, 2000
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 92.7
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
2.
Toll Free Service Termination
Customers who terminate service prior to the end of the service term as
selected by Customer will be liable for a cancellation charge which shall be
calculated as follows: Cox shall rerate Customer’s usage for services provided
up to the date of termination by charging Customer the difference between
the monthly rate for the service term selected by Customer and the rate for
service applicable to the longest term plan for service the Customer could
have satisfied prior to discontinuance and multiplying this difference by the
number of minutes of service actually provided to Customer. All per-minute
charges for each month shall be at the per-minute charge based on rate
associated with Customer’s highest MOU for the month. Cox bills in sixsecond increments and rounds up to the nearest six-second increment. If this
Call Plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or
Customer fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at
its option: (i) re-rate Customer's usage as provided in this Section or (ii)
charge Customer the standard rates for service under this tariff up to the date
of termination, which ever is greater.
(C)
Example: Customer signs a three-year term agreement. At the end of the
eleventh month, the Customer terminates the agreement and transfers the
toll-free service to another carrier. All usage to-date would be re-rated from
the three-year term rate to the month-to-month rate.
Example: Customer signs three-year term agreement. At the end of the
thirteenth month, the Customer terminates the agreement and transfers the
toll-free service to another carrier. All usage to-date would be re-rated from
the three-year rate and volume to the one-year rate and volume.
Issue Date: April 23, 2002
Effective Date: May 3, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(C)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 92.8
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
3.
Toll Free Service
Basic Service
Basic Service means Domestic Toll-Free Service established on the
Company network providing termination for a call originated in the
continental United States to a single Customer location either through
switched or dedicated access. Nationwide Directory Assistance is a
component of Basic Service.
(1)
Toll-Free Monthly Recurring and Usage Charge
The Toll-Free Number Charge applies to Basic Toll-Free Service.
Domestic calls originating within the United States are billed in 6-second
increments with a 6-second minimum. All calls originated from Canada,
Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands are billed in 6-second increments with
a 30-second minimum.
Monthly Recurring Charge:
Per number (max of 5 numbers)
Change Charge:
Per change
Per-Minute Charge
Issue Date: June 18, 2010
$5.00 (N)
$4.50
$0.15 (I)
Effective Date: July 1, 2010
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
(T)
(I)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 92.9
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
3.
Toll Free Service
Reserved
(3)
Toll-Free Directory Assistance
Toll-Free Directory Assistance provides the Toll-Free Customer with a
listing in the nationwide Toll-Free dial up directory maintained by AT&T.
Issue Date: November 20, 2008
Non-Recurring Charge:
per number
Expedite Request:
per request
Change Charge:
per change
$35.00
(I)
$50.00
(I)
$50.00
(I)
Monthly Recurring Charge:
per number
$14.50
Effective Date: November 30, 2008
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 92.10
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
5.
Toll Free Service
4.
Toll Free Call Plans
(M)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, page 152.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.11
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
6.
1.
(N)
Dedicated Long Distance Service
General
Dedicated outbound long distance service permits Business Customers, with
substantial outbound call volumes, to complete calls to diverse service areas.
Dedicated outbound service is distinguished from other services by the
existence of a dedicated, special access connection from the Customer’s
premises to the Company’s Point of Presents (POP). The dedicated facility
would at a minimum be an Integrated DS-1 that provides a digital connection to
the Customer. The Rates and Charges as detailed in Section 3, herein, are
provided for On-Net facilities only. Off-Net facility pricing will be provided on a
case-by-case basis.
2.
Terms and Conditions
Minimum Service Period:
The minimum service period for Dedicated LD service is one year except where
special construction is requested and in which case the minimum period may be
longer. Special construction agreements require minimum commitment periods
and are defined via contractual agreements.
Minimum Facility Requirements:
The Dedicated LD minutes will be carried on an Integrated DS-1 facility.
Integrated DS-1 facility allows a Customer to access multiple Company Services
on the same facility. These facility arrangements are normally at minimum
one-year commitments and are billed in advance of Service and reflect the rates
in effect as of the date of the invoice. The non-recurring and monthly recurring
charges for the dedicated access facility are in addition to the usage rates
detailed below for the dedicated LD product.
Facility Ordering:
In order to prevent interference or impairment of this service and any other
service provided on the facility, the Customer must order an adequate number
of access paths to handle the expected demand. The Customer should
consider the following items when ordering the facility: (1) total call volume,
(2) average call duration, (3) time-of-day sensitivity, and (4) busy hour.
Issue Date: October 17, 2002
Effective Date: November 1, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.12
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
6.
2.
(N)
Dedicated Long Distance Service
Terms and Conditions, cont’d
Early Termination Charges:
If service is disconnected prior to the expiration of the term, early termination
charges will apply for both the dedicated facility and dedicated LD usage.
a. Early Termination of the dedicated facility:
Customers who terminate service prior to the end of the service term
as selected will be liable for the cancellation charge associated with all
costs, fees and expenses incurred in connection with the dedicated
facility and shall be calculated as follows:
1. all charges waived by the Company to establish the dedicated facility
to Customer, plus
2. any disconnection, early cancellation or termination charges
reasonably incurred and paid to third parties by Company on behalf
of Customer, plus
3. all Monthly Recurring Charges associated with the dedicated facility
for the unexpired balance of the current term.
b. Early Termination of usage charges:
Customers who terminate service prior to the end of the service term
as selected by Customer will be liable for a cancellation charge which
shall be calculated as follows: Cox shall re-rate Customer’s usage for
services provided up to the date of termination by charging Customer
the difference between the monthly rate for the service term selected
by Customer and the rate for service applicable to the longest term
plan for service the Customer could have satisfied prior to
discontinuance and multiplying this difference by the number of
minutes of service actually provided to Customer. All per-minute
charges for each month shall be at the per-minute charge based on
rate associated with Customer’s highest MOU for the month. Cox bills
in six-second increments and rounds up to the nearest six-second
increment. If this Call Plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the
selected term, or Customer fails to meet all of the conditions set forth
in this tariff, Cox will re-rate Customer's usage as provided in this
Section.
Issue Date: October 17, 2002
Effective Date: November 1, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.13
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
6.
2.
(N)
Dedicated Long Distance Service
Terms and Conditions, cont’d
Customer Requirements:
The Business Customer must select Cox as its local and long distance service
provider.
3.
Rates and Charges
Dedicated DS-1 Facility Charge:
Dedicated DS-1 Facility Charges are billed monthly in advance.
volume discounts may apply.
Dedicated DS-1 Facility Charge, per facility
Term and
Monthly
Recurring
Charge
NonRecurring
Charge
$300.00
$250.00
Dedicated LD Usage Charges:
Usage charges are billed monthly in arrears. The usage rates charged to a
Customer will be the rates in effect on the day the call was placed. Domestic
calls are billed in 6-second increments with a 6-second minimum.
Rate per minute
(N)
$.10
Issue Date: October 17, 2002
Effective Date: November 1, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 92.14
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
6.
4.
Dedicated Long Distance Service
(M)
Optional Call Plans
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, page 153.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 92.15
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
6.
4.
Dedicated Long Distance Service
Optional Call Plans, cont’d.
(M)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, page 154.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.16
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
7.
1.
(N)
Dedicated Toll Free Service
General
Dedicated toll free (TF) service permits Business Customers, with substantial
toll free call volume, to receive inbound calls from diverse service areas.
Dedicated toll free service is distinguished from other services by the existence
of a dedicated, special access connection from the Customer’s premises to the
Company’s Point of Presents (POP). The dedicated facility would at a minimum
be an Integrated DS-1 that provides a digital connection to the Customer. The
Rates and Charges as detailed in Section 3, herein, are provided for On-Net
facilities only. Off-Net facility pricing will be provided on a case-by-case basis.
2.
Terms and Conditions
Minimum Service Period:
The minimum service period for Dedicated TF service is one year except where
special construction is requested and in which case the minimum period may be
longer. Special construction agreements require minimum commitment periods
and are defined via contractual agreements.
Minimum Facility Requirements:
The Dedicated TF minutes will be carried on an Integrated DS-1 facility. An
Integrated DS-1 facility allows a Customer to access multiple Company Services
on the same facility. These facility arrangements are normally at minimum
one-year commitments and are billed in advance of service and reflect the rates
in effect as of the date of the invoice. The non-recurring and monthly recurring
charges for the dedicated access facility are in addition to the usage rates
detailed below for the dedicated TF product.
Facility Ordering:
In order to prevent interference or impairment of this service and any other
service provided on the facility, the Customer must order an adequate number
of access paths to handle the expected demand. The Customer should
consider the following items when ordering the facility: (1) total call volume,
(2) average call duration, (3) time-of-day sensitivity, and (4) busy hour.
Issue Date: October 17, 2002
Effective Date: November 1, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.17
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
7.
(N)
Dedicated Toll Free Service
2.
Terms and Conditions, cont’d.
Early Termination Charges:
If service is disconnected prior to the expiration of the term, early termination
charges will apply for both the dedicated facility and dedicated TF usage.
a.
Early Termination of the dedicated facility:
Customers who terminate service prior to the end of the service term as
selected will be liable for the cancellation charge associated with all costs,
fees and expenses incurred in connection with the dedicated facility and
shall be calculated as follows:
1. all charges waived by the Company to establish the dedicated facility to
Customer, plus
2. any disconnection, early cancellation or termination charges reasonably
incurred and paid to third parties by Company on behalf of Customer,
plus
3. all Monthly Recurring Charges associated with the dedicated facility for
the unexpired balance of the current term.
b.
Early Termination of usage charges:
Customers who terminate service prior to the end of the service term as
selected by Customer will be liable for a cancellation charge which shall be
calculated as follows: Cox shall re-rate Customer’s usage for services
provided up to the date of termination by charging Customer the
difference between the monthly rate for the service term selected by
Customer and the rate for service applicable to the longest term plan for
service the Customer could have satisfied prior to discontinuance and
multiplying this difference by the number of minutes of service actually
provided to Customer. All per-minute charges for each month shall be at
the per-minute charge based on rate associated with Customer’s highest
MOU for the month. Cox bills in six-second increments and rounds up to
the nearest six-second increment. If this Call Plan is terminated prior to
the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails to meet all of the
conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may, at its option: (i) re-rate
Customer's usage as provided in this Section or (ii) charge Customer the
standard rates for service under this tariff up to the date of termination,
which ever is greater.
Issue Date: October 17, 2002
Effective Date: November 1, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.18
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
7.
2.
(N)
Dedicated Toll Free Service
Terms and Conditions, cont’d.
Customer Requirements:
The Business Customer must select Cox as its local and toll free service
provider.
3.
Rates and Charges
Dedicated DS-1 Facility Charge:
Dedicated DS-1 Facility Charges are billed monthly in advance.
volume discounts may apply.
DS-1 Facility Charge
Dedicated DS-1 Facility Charge, per facility
Term and
Monthly
Recurring
Charge
(per facility)
NonRecurring
Charge
(per facility)
$300.00
$250.00
Dedicated TF Usage Charges:
Usage charges are billed monthly in arrears. The usage rates charged to a
Customer will be the rates in effect on the day the call was placed. Domestic
calls are billed in 6-second increments with a 6-second minimum.
Rate per minute
(N)
$.10
Issue Date: October 17, 2002
Effective Date: November 1, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 92.19
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
7.
3.
(N)
Dedicated Toll Free Service
Rates and Charges
Charges for Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS)
DNIS permits dedicated Customers with multiple toll-free numbers that
terminate on the same facilities the ability to determine which toll-free
number the caller dialed when receiving toll-free calls. Identification is
achieved through out-pulsed digits from the Company network to the
Customer's facilities. Customers will furnish the Company with the digits
desired for each toll-free number. The Change Charge will apply to any
reconfiguration of out-pulsed digits, to the cancellation of this feature, or to
the cancellation of the toll-free service number with which the feature has
been associated.
Non-Recurring Charge:
Monthly Recurring Charge:
Change Charge:
$35.00 per toll free number
$ 0.00 per toll free number
$15.00 per change
Charge for Real Time ANI Delivery
This feature enables the Customer to have calls to a Company toll-free service
number forwarded to their location with the callers ANI (ten digit billing
telephone number) as part of the call setup. Customers must have their own
equipment for reading ANI digits passed on from the Company network. Full
10-digit ANI is provided whenever passed on from the originating Local
Exchange Carrier. ANI is sent via in-band signaling.
Non-Recurring Charge:
Monthly Recurring Charge:
Change Charge:
$35.00 per toll free number
$ 0.00 per toll free number
$15.00 per change
Issue Date: October 17, 2002
Effective Date: November 1, 2002
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 92.20
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.1
Local Exchange Service, cont’d.
3.1.6 Message Telecommunications Service (MTS), cont’d.
7.
4.
Dedicated Toll Free Service
Optional Call Plan
(M)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, page 155.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ELEVENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 93
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.2
Directory Assistance
A Customer may obtain Directory Assistance in determining telephone numbers within
its local calling area by calling the Directory Assistance operator. Additionally, Cox will
offer Call Completion for one number at no additional charge to the Customer.
3.2.1
Each call to Directory Assistance will be charged as follows:
Residential Per Call
$2.49
Business Per Call
$2.49
(I)
The Customer may request a maximum of two telephone numbers per call to
Directory Assistance service.
3.2.2
A credit will be given for calls to Directory Assistance as follows:
-The Customer experiences poor transmission or is cut-off during the call; or
-The Customer is given an incorrect telephone number.
To obtain such a credit, the Customer must notify its Customer Service
representative.
3.2.3
Charges for Directory Assistance (DA) are not applicable to calls placed from
Customers whose physical, visual, mental or reading disabilities prevent them
from using the telephone or the directory. The method of exempting those
disabled Customers shall be via the completion of an exemption form supplied
by the Company and the Company’s acceptance of that form. The exemption
for disabled Customers includes sent-paid calls from the Customers’ local
exchange service. Third number billing of DA calls to the disabled Customers’
local exchange service are not exempt.

Charges for the first 500 DA calls will be waived for certified Customers who cannot use the
telephone directory due to a visual or physical impairment.
Issue Date: December 18, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
Effective Date: January 1, 2016
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 94
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.3
Operator Assistance
A Customer may obtain the assistance of a local operator to complete local exchange
telephone calls in the following manner. In addition to the rates specified in Section
3.1, surcharges as specified in Section 3.3.1 will apply:
Third Number Billing: Provides the Customer with the capability to charge a local call
to a third number which is different from the called or calling party. The party
answering at the third number has the option to refuse acceptance of the charges in
advance or when queried by the operator.
Collect Calls: Provides the Customer with the capability to charge a call to the called
party. On the operator announcement of a collect call, the called party has the option
to refuse acceptance of charges in advance or when queried by the operator.
Calling Cards: Provides the Customer with the capability to place a call using a calling
card of an Interexchange Carrier with or without the assistance of an operator.
Person to Person: Calls completed with the assistance of an operator to a particular
Station and person specified by the carrier. The call may be billed to the called party.
Station to Station: Calls complete with the assistance of an operator to a particular
Station. The call may be billed to the called party.
General Assistance: The Customer has the option to request general information
from the operator, such as dialing instructions, country or city codes, area code
information and Customer Service 800/888 telephone numbers, but does not request
the operator to complete the call.
Issue Date: November 17, 1997
Effective Date: December 1, 1997
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 95
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont'd.
3.3
Operator Assistance, cont'd.
3.3.1 Operator Assisted Surcharges: The following surcharges will be applied on a
per call basis.
Third Number Billing (Operator Dialed)
Third Number Billing (Customer Dialed)
Calling Card (Operator Dialed)
Collect Calling (Operator Dialed)
Collect Calling (Customer Dialed)
Person to Person (Operator Dialed)
Person to Person (Customer Dialed)
Station to Station (Operator Dialed)
General Assistance
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$5.00
$5.00
$3.00
N/C
(D/T)
3.3.2 Reserved:
(D)
Issue Date: February 20, 2015
Effective Date: March 3, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND PAGE NO. 96
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.3
Operator Assistance, cont’d.
3.3.2 Reserved:
(D/T)
(D)
Issue Date: February 20, 2015
Effective Date: March 3, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 97
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.4
Directory Listings
The Company shall provide for a single directory listing, termed the primary listing, in
the telephone directory published by on or behalf of the incumbent local exchange
carrier in the Customer’s exchange area of the Station number which is designated as
the Customer's main billing number. Directory listings of additional Customer Station
numbers. other than the Customer's main billing number, associated with a Customer's
service will be provided for a monthly recurring charge per listing.
3.4.1
The Company reserves the right to limit the length of any listing in the directory
by the use of abbreviations when, in its judgment, the clearness of the listing or
the identification of the Customer is not impaired thereby. Where more than
one line is required to properly list the Customer, no additional charge is made.
3.4.2 Directory listings must be in the name of a person who lives at a
residence and must be a legally authorized or adopted name. Listings
may reflect full first/given name or initials of that name. For example,
John Smith may be listed as John or J. Smith.
(N)
(N)
(N)
(N)
3.4.3 The Company may refuse a listing which is known not to constitute a legally
authorized or adopted name, obscenities in the name, or any listing which in
the opinion of the Company, is likely to mislead or deceive calling persons as to
the identity of the listed party, or is a contrived name used for advertising
purposes or to secure a preferential position in the directory or is more
elaborate than is reasonably necessary to identify the listed party. The
Company, upon notification to the Customer, will withdraw any listing which is
found to be in violation of its rules with respect thereto.
(T)
3.4.4 To ensure that listings are placed in the appropriate section of the
directory, each Residential listing must be designated “Residential” and
each commercial listing must be designated “Business” or
“Government”. In order to aid the user of the directory, and to avoid
misleading or deceiving the calling party as to the identity of the listed party,
only business listings may be placed in the Business Section and only
residential linings in the Residential section. The Company, upon notification to
the Customer, will withdraw any listing which is found to be in violation of its
rules with respect thereto.
(T)
(T)
(T)
(T)
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 98
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.4
Directory Listings, cont’d.
3.4.5 In order for listings to appear in an upcoming directory, the Customer must
furnish the listing to the Company in time to meet the directory publishing
schedule.
(T)
3.4.6 Directory listings are provided in connection with each Customer service as
specified herein.
(T)
1.
Primary Listing: A primary listing contains the name of the Customer,
or the name under which a business is regularly conducted, as well as
the address and telephone number of the Customer. This listing is
provided at no additional charge.
2.
Additional Listings: In connection with business service, additional
listings are available only in the names of Authorized Users of the
Customer's service, as defined herein. Rates for additional listings are
specified in Section 3.4.6.
3.
Nonpublished Listings: Listings that are not printed in directories nor
available from Directory Assistance.
A Nonpublished Telephone Service will be furnished, at the Customer's
request providing for the omission or deletion of the Customer's
telephone listing from the telephone directory and, in addition, the
Customers telephone listing will be omitted or deleted from the directory
assistance records, subject to the provisions set forth in Section 2.1.4.
Rates for Nonpublished Listings are as specified in Section 3.4.6.
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 99
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.4
Directory Listings, cont’d.
4.
Non-Directory Listed: A non-directory listed number will be furnished
at the Customer's request, providing for the omission or deletion of the
Customer's listing from the telephone directory. Such Listings will be
carried in the Company's directory assistance and other records and will
be given to any calling party. Rates for Nonlisted Listings are specified
in Section 3.4.6.
5.
Premium Listing: A premium listing includes the following directory
listings: Alternate, Alpha, Cross Reference, Foreign, Informational, and
Temporary.
3.4.7 Directory Listings Rates
RESIDENTIAL
MONTHLY
NRC
Primary Listing
Additional listing
Non-Published
Non-Directory Listed
Premium Listing
Change Listing
Change Number
N/C
$1.50 (I)
$3.00
$2.00
$1.50
N/A
N/A
N/C
$5.00
N/C
N/C
$5.00
$3.00 (R)
$25.00 (N)
Issue Date: January 3, 2014
BUSINESS
MONTHLY
NRC
N/C
$5.00
N/C
$2.50 (I)
$5.00
N/A
N/C
$10.00
$15.00
$15.00
$15.00
$10.00
Effective Date: January 14, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(R)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 100
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.4
Directory Listings, cont’d.
3.4.8 Local Number Portability
(T)
Number Portability Service is an optional feature by which a new 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 Network Access Line
Services.
RATES - NUMBER PORTABILITY SERVICE
Monthly Recurring Rate
$0.00
Installation:
Per Number Ported
$0.00
For Each Additional Ported
$0.00
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 101
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.5
Emergency Services (Enhanced 911)
Allows Customers to reach appropriate emergency services including police, fire and
medical services. Enhanced 911 has the ability to selectively route an emergency call
to the primary E911 provider so that it reaches the correct emergency service located
closest to the caller. In addition, the Customer's address and telephone information will
be provided to the primary E911 provider for display at the Public Service Answering
Point (PSAP).
3.6
Vanity Telephone Numbers
At the request of the Customer, the Company may assign a telephone number with the
last four digits selected by the Customer. The assignment is subject to availability of a
particular number and subject to the terms and conditions set forth in Section 2.1.3.
The following charges will apply for Vanity Telephone Numbers:
Residential
Business
Non-Recurring
(per number)
$0.00
$0.00
Monthly Recurring
(per number)
$0.00
$0.00
Issue Date: April 18, 2003
Effective Date: April 28, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 101.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
3.7
Special Taxes, Fees and Charges
1. When any local agency, municipality or other political subdivision assesses the
Company for any surcharge, fee, license or other tax, such fees, taxes and
surcharges will be passed through to the exchange Customer receiving service
within the boundaries of such local agency, municipality or other political
subdivision accountable for such charges.
2. Dual Party Relay Surcharge
Enables deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech-impaired persons who use a Text
Telephone (TT) or similar devices to communicate freely with the hearing
population not using TT and visa versa. A Customer will be able to access the state
provider to complete such calls.
Nebraska State law requires that a surcharge be collected on each telephone access
line in Nebraska. The surcharge will be remitted to the Nebraska Public Service
Commission to establish and administer a fund for the statewide dual relay system
to be used for eligible communication impaired persons.
(T)
The assessment of this surcharge will be collected on the first one-hundred
telephone access lines per Customer and will appear as a line item on the
Customer’s bill.
The surcharge, as set by the Nebraska Public Service Commission, will be assessed
per access line in compliance with the Commission’s rules.
Issue Date: September 12, 2001
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: September 27, 2001
(T)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 101.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 3 - Service Descriptions, cont’d.
(N)
3.8 Share the Happiness Referral Offer
1. Description
A Residential Customer (the “Referring Party”) may be eligible to receive a credit for
the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) associated with their primary line and custom
calling features when they refer a potential new customer (the “Referred Party”) that
subscribes to, and is installed with, Cox Digital Telephone as outlined in the terms and
conditions below. All fees, taxes, charges, and surcharges apply.
2
Terms and Conditions
1. The MRC is defined as the monthly recurring charges associated with the primary
access line (one access line only) and the monthly recurring charges associated
with any custom-calling feature associated with the primary access line, except
for Voice Mail and Remote Call Forwarding. The offer specifically excludes all
usage charges, all charges associated with intrastate, interstate, and
international long distance usage charges and any monthly recurring charges in
connection with optional long distance calling plans.
2. The Referred Party must reside within the Cox Digital Telephone serviceable area.
Referred Parties, who have received Cox Digital Telephone service within the past
45 days of the date of the referral, are ineligible. Only one referral per new
customer. This offer may not be combined with any other promotional offer.
3. To qualify for the credit, a Share the Happiness Coupon must be submitted within
thirty days of the Referred Party’s Cox Digital Telephone installation date. The
coupon must be submitted: (1) to the Cox installer at install, (2) submitted
online via: www.cox.com. The Share the Happiness coupon must include (i) the
Referring Party’s first and last name, home address, city, state and zip code,
contact phone and email address, and (ii) the Referred Party’s first and last
name, home address, city, state and zip code, contact phone and email address.
This offer is not valid if a Share the Happiness coupon is not submitted, is
incomplete, or is otherwise deemed invalid by Cox.
Issue Date: December 23, 2008
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 2, 2009
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings
The Company, from time to time, may make promotional offerings of its services which
may include waiving or reducing the applicable charges for the promoted service. The
promotional offerings may be limited as to the duration, the date and times of the
offerings and the locations where the offerings are made.
4.2
Retention Offer: $5 off MRC Cox Digital Telephone Essential or Premier for
up to 12 Months
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing Residential
Customers who indicate an intent to cancel telephone service. Eligible Customers
may receive $5 off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) of CDT Essential or Premier
for up to twelve (12) months. All taxes, surcharges, usage and non-recurring
charges apply.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period; the then current tariff pricing will apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 102.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
(T)
4.3
Retention Offer: Cox Digital Telephone $9.99 MRC for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
Residential Customers who indicate an intent to cancel telephone service.
Eligible Customers may receive CDT Starter, Essential or Premier for $9.99
Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months. All taxes,
surcharges, usage and non-recurring charges apply.
(D)
(N)
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period, the then current tariff pricing will apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included
in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SEVENTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.4 Retention Offer: Cox Digital Telephone $14.99 MRC for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
Residential Customers who indicate an intent to cancel telephone service.
Eligible Customers may receive CDT Starter, Essential or Premier for $14.99
Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months. All taxes,
surcharges, usage and non-recurring charges apply.
(D/N)
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period, the then current tariff pricing will apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included
in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 102.3
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.5 Retention Offer: Cox Digital Telephone $5.00 Off MRC for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
Residential Customers who indicate an intent to cancel telephone service.
Eligible Customers may receive CDT Starter, Essential or Premier for $5.00
off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months. All
taxes, surcharges, usage and non-recurring charges apply.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period, the then current tariff pricing will
apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any
other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as
included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges,
assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-NINTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.4
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.7 Retention Offer: Cox Digital Telephone $5.00 Off MRC for 6 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
Residential Customers who indicate an intent to cancel telephone service.
Eligible Customers may receive CDT Starter, Essential or Premier for $5.00
off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to six (6) months. All taxes,
surcharges, usage and non-recurring charges apply.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period, the then current tariff pricing will
apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any
other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as
included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges,
assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
EIGHTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.5
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.8 Retention Offer: Cox Digital Telephone 40% off MRC with 20% Step Up
(D/N)
1. Description:
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
Residential Customers who indicate an intent to cancel telephone service.
Eligible Customers may receive CDT Starter, Essential or Premier for 40% off
the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for the first twelve (12) months and
20% off the MRC for months 13-24. All taxes, surcharges, usage and nonrecurring charges apply.
(D/N)
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the rates
and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective tariff on file with
the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per Subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included
in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, other usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-SIXTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.6
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.9 Retention Offer: CDT Premier $14.99 MRC for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this retention promotion may be offered to
Residential Customers who express a desire to disconnect service. Eligible
Customers may receive Cox Digital Telephone Premier for a discounted Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) of $14.99 for up to twelve (12) months.
(D)
(D/N)
(D)
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the rates
and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective tariff on file with
the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per Subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except for the Premier package with unlimited domestic
long distance. All fees, taxes, other usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRTY-FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.7
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.10
Retention Offer: CDT Starter or Essential $4.00 MRC for 12 months; $12.00 (D/N)
MRC for 12 additional months
(N)
1. Description:
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
(D/N)
Residential Customers who indicate an intent to cancel telephone service.
Eligible Customers may receive CDT Starter or Essential for $4.00 Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) for the first twelve (12) months and $12.00 MRC for
months 13-24. All taxes, surcharges, usage and non-recurring charges
apply.
(D/N)
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
(D/N)
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the MRC
contained in the effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per Subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
(D)
surcharges apply.
(D)
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRTY-FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.8
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.11
Retention Offer: CDT Starter or Essential $9.99 MRC for 6 Months
(D/N)
1. Description:
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing Residential
Customers who express a desire to disconnect service. Eligible Customers may
receive CDT Starter or Essential for a discounted Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC)
of $9.99 for up to six (6) months. All taxes, surcharges, usage and nonrecurring charges apply.
2. Terms and Conditions
 The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
 At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the rates
and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective tariff on file with
the NPSC.
 The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
 If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
 The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include any
assessed “usage” charges. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
 The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
4.12
Free Self-Installation or Professional Installation Promotion
1. Description
This promotion is offered to existing and new Cox subscribers adding Cox Digital
Telephone (CDT) service. The Activation or Connection Charge will be waived for
Professional or Self Installations of new subscribers of CDT service.
2. Terms and Conditions
1 The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2 Applicable installation charges are waived.
3
4
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D)
(D)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
(D)
(D/N))
(D/N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.13 Retention Offer: 50% off MRC CDT Essential or Premier for 6 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
Residential Customers who express a desire to disconnect service. Eligible
Customers may receive CDT Essential or Premier for 50% off the Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to six (6) months. All taxes, surcharges,
usage and non-recurring charges apply.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed the rates
and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective tariff on file with
the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the customer will not be eligible to receive any credit, refund
or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include any
“usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
EIGHTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.10
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.14 Retention Offer: 20% off MRC CDT Starter, Essential or Premier for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing
Residential Customers who express a desire to disconnect service. Eligible
Customers may receive CDT Starter, Essential or Premier for 20% off the
Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months. All taxes,
surcharges, usage and non-recurring charges apply.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed the
rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective
tariff on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per
subscriber.
4. If the customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer, the customer will not be eligible to
receive any credit, refund or any other consideration for the unused
portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as
included in the Premier Package.
All fees, taxes, usage charges,
assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
4.15
Reserved
(D/N)
(D/T)
(D)
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
EIGHTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.11
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.16
CDT Premier $6.00 Additional MRC for 12 Months Upgrade Promotion
1. Description
During the promotional period, all eligible new Cox customers newly adding Cox
Digital Telephone Essential and Cox Advanced TV may choose to upgrade to CDT
Premier package for an additional $6 per month, exclusive of taxes, fees and
surcharges, for the first twelve (12) months of service.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by the
Company.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D)
(D)
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-SIXTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.12
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.17
CDT Essential or Premier for $9.99 for 12 (Twelve) Months
1. Description
During the promotional period, new Residential Cox Digital Telephone (“CDT”)
Customers will be eligible to receive CDT Essential or Premier with a Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) of $9.99 for up to twelve (12) months.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The promotional discount has no cash value, is not transferable, and applies per
subscriber.
3. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by the
company.
4. Customers, who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, are not eligible to receive a refund for the unused portion
of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission
4.18
30% Reduction Retention Promotion
1. Description
The retention promotion may be offered as an incentive to a Residential Customer to
continue service with Cox Digital Telephone. If the Customer informs Cox that they
are considering the discontinuation of service, a Cox representative may offer the
customer a 30% discount off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to a twelve
(12) month period on the Residential Customer’s current monthly billing statement.
This discount applies to the Primary Line only.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. Customers must subscribe to this promotion by January 31, 2014.
2. The discount has no cash value, is not transferrable and applies per subscriber.
3. This promotion will be offered only to Residential Customers that call Cox
Customer Service to discontinue their Cox Digital Telephone (CDT) service.
4. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except for the Premier Package with unlimited domestic
long distance. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments, and surcharges
apply.
5. The company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
NINETEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.13
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.19 Retention Offer: Upgrade to CDT Essential or Premier $5 Off MRC for 12
Months
1. Description
The retention promotion may be offered as an incentive to a Residential Customer to
continue service with Cox Digital Telephone. If the Customer informs Cox that they
are considering the discontinuation of service, a Cox representative may offer the
CDT Starter customer an upgrade to CDT Essential or Premier service for $5
off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. Customers must subscribe to this promotion by December 31, 2016.
2. The discount has no cash value, is not transferrable and applies per subscriber.
3. This promotion will be offered only to Residential Customers that call Cox
Customer Service to discontinue their Cox Digital Telephone (CDT) service.
4. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except for the Premier Package with unlimited domestic
long distance. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments, and surcharges
apply.
5. The company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
TWENTY-THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 102.14
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.20
One Free Monthly Recurring Charge Promotion
1. Description
This promotion may be offered to new Cox Digital Telephone (CDT) Residential
Customers, who already subscribe to Cox Video or Cox High Speed Internet. A Cox
representative may offer the Customer a waiver of the Monthly Recurring Charge
(MRC) on the Residential Customer’s first monthly billing statement. This discount
applies to any Cox Digital Telephone Package (CDT Starter, CDT Essential or CDT
Premier). This offer includes free installation.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
4. The company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
4.20a Free Self-Installation for New Cox Digital Telephone Customers
(D/N)
(D)
1. Description
During the promotional period, Customers residing in a community that provides
Cox TV bulk service newly subscribing to Cox Digital Telephone Service may
receive a waiver of the tariffed self-installation service activation charges.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. This promotion applies to the tariffed professional and self-installation service
activation charges for Cox Digital Telephone. All “usage” charges, other toll
usage, taxes, fees, assessments and surcharges apply and will not be discounted.
4. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(N)
(N)
(D)
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.15
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.21
Free Self-Installation for New Cox Digital Telephone Customers
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, new Cox Residential Customers residing in a
community that provides Cox TV bulk service adding Cox Digital Telephone
may be eligible to receive a waiver of the tariffed self-installation service
activation charge.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends February 29, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
3. This promotion applies to the tariffed self-installation service activation
charges for Cox Digital Telephone. All “usage” charges, other toll usage,
taxes, fees, assessments and surcharges apply and will not be
discounted.
4. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
4.21a 50% Off Professional Installation for New Cox Digital Telephone Customers
1. Description
During the promotional period, new Cox Residential Customers adding Cox
Digital Telephone, Cox Advanced TV and Cox High Speed Internet services
may be eligible to receive a 50% discount off the tariffed professional
installation service activation charge.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends February 29, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
3. This promotion applies to the tariffed professional installation service
activation charges for Cox Digital Telephone. All “usage” charges, other
toll usage, taxes, fees, assessments and surcharges apply and will not be
discounted.
4. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
(N)
(D)
Issue Date: September 18, 2015
Effective Date: September 29, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.16
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.22
Free Professional Installation for Cox Digital Telephone Customers
1. Description
During the promotional period, new and existing Cox Residential Customers adding
Cox Digital Telephone and Cox Advanced TV services may be eligible to receive a
waiver of the tariffed professional or self-installation service activation charges.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends February 1, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. This promotion applies to the tariffed professional and self-installation service
activation charges for Cox Digital Telephone. All “usage” charges, other toll
usage, taxes, fees, assessments and surcharges apply and will not be discounted.
4. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
4.22a Free Professional Installation for Transferring Cox Digital
Customers with Cox TV and Cox High Speed Internet services.
Telephone
1. Description
During the promotional period, existing Residential Cox Digital Telephone Customers
that also subscribe to Cox TV and Cox High Speed Internet services transferring all 3
services from one residence to another may be eligible to receive a waiver of the
tariffed professional installation service activation charge.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. This promotion applies to the tariffed professional installation service activation
charges for Cox Digital Telephone. All “usage” charges, other toll usage, taxes,
fees, assessments and surcharges apply and will not be discounted.
4. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ELEVENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.17
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.23
Cox Digital Telephone Upgrade Promotion $5 Additional MRC for 6 Months
Description:
During the promotional period, existing Residential Cox Digital Telephone Customers
(D)
may receive a Cox Digital Telephone package upgrade from Starter or Essential to
Premier for $5 more per month on the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to six
(6) months.
Terms & Conditions:
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. At the end of 6 month benefit period, Customers will be assessed the standard
tariffed MRC for the applicable CDT Package.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value; is not transferrable, and
applies per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except for the Premier Package with unlimited domestic
long distance. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments, and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 day notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.18
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.24
Retention Offer: $24.99 MRC CDT Premier Upgrade for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description:
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to Residential
Customers who express a desire to disconnect service. Eligible Customers may
receive an upgrade from CDT Starter or Essential to CDT Premier for a
discounted Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) of $24.99 for up to twelve (12)
months. At the end of the promotional benefit period, CDT Premier will be
assessed the MRC pursuant to the current tariff rate on file with the Commission.
(N)
(D/N)
(D)
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2016.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the MRC
contained in the effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per Subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
EIGHTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.19
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.25
CDT Premier 36 Months Free as part of Cox 3 Product Service Bundle
Promotion
(D/N)
(N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to new
customers. Eligible customers may receive Cox Digital Telephone Premier
package for free for thirty-six (36) months, when purchased as part of a Cox
3 product service bundle. Installation fees will also be waived.
(D/N)
(N)
(D
2. Terms & Conditions
a. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
b. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed the rates and
charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective tariff on file with the
NPSC.
c. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
d. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by the
company.
e. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
f. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included
in the Premier package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
g. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(D/N)
(T)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
NINTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.20
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.26
CDT Premier Telephone Package - $14.99 MRC for Twelve Months, $24.99 for
Twelve Additional Months with Purchase of Affiliated Service and TwentyFour Month Price Lock Guarantee (PLG)
(T)
Description
This promotion is available to new Residential Customers of CDT Premier and Cox
affiliated High Speed Internet or Video service who subscribe to service through a
Price Lock Guarantee Service Agreement. During the promotional period, Cox will
reduce the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for the Premier telephone package to
$14.99 for the initial twelve (12) months of service and reduce the MRC to $24.99 for
the remaining twelve (12) months of service. The promotion applies to the Primary
Line only and reduces the MRC associated with the Premier telephone package for
twenty-four (24) months.
.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. This promotion will be offered only to Residential Customers who subscribe to
service through a twenty-four (24) month PLG with a $240 Early Termination Fee
(ETF).
3. At the expiration of the twenty-four (24) month benefit, the Customer will be
assessed the rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective
tariff file with the NPSC.
4. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
5. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
6. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include any
“usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
7. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.21
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.27
$14.99 MRC CDT Premier with Additional Product for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, Residential Customers, who newly subscribe to Cox
Digital Telephone (CDT) and Cox affiliated High Speed Internet or Video
service, will be eligible to receive CDT Premier for the discounted Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) of $14.99 for up to twelve (12) months.
Professional installation charges will be waived.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
(D/N)
(D)
(D)
(D)
(D)
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to
receive any credit, refund or any other consideration for the unused
portion of the discount.
4. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed the
rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective
tariff on file with the NPSC.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included
in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(N)
(N)
(D/N)
(N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(N)
(N)
(D/N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ELEVENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.22
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.28
15% Discount off MRC CDT Essential or Premier for up to 12 Months
promotion
1. Description
This promotion may be offered to new Cox Digital Telephone (CDT) Residential
Customers. Eligible Customers will be eligible to receive 15% off the Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) per month for up to twelve (12) months. This discount
applies to CDT Essential or Premier Packages.
2. Terms
1.
2.
3.
and Conditions
The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
At the conclusion of the benefit period; standard tariff pricing will apply.
The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any
other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as
included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments
and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice
to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.23
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.29
CDT Essential $4.99 MRC or Premier $9.99 MRC for 12 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period and upon request, new Cox Digital Telephone
customers are eligible to receive CDT Essential for the discounted Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) of $4.99 or CDT Premier for the discounted MRC of
$9.99 for up to twelve (12) months.
(D)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
2. Terms and Conditions:
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period; standard tariff pricing will apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any
other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as
included in the Premier Package.
All fees, taxes, usage charges,
assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(D)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.24
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.30
CDT Essential or Premier $15.00 MRC for 12 Months for Existing Cox
Affiliated Service Customers
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, Cox affiliated High Speed Internet or Video
service customers will be eligible to receive CDT Essential or Premier for the
discounted Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) of $15.00 for up to twelve (12)
months. Self-installation charges will be waived.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable,
and applies per subscriber.
3. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to
the complete fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to
receive any credit, refund or any other consideration for the unused
portion of the discount.
4. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed
the rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the
effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do
not include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long
distance as included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage
charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRTEENTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.25
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.30a CDT Premier $30.00 MRC with Purchase of Cox Affiliated Service for 12
Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, New and Existing Customers may receive
Cox Digital Telephone Premier Package at a discounted Monthly Recurring
Charge (MRC) of $30 for twelve (12) months when adding Economy TV,
Latino Pak or Cox High Speed Internet Essential.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable,
and applies per subscriber.
3. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to
the complete fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to
receive any credit, refund or any other consideration for the unused
portion of the discount.
4. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed
the rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the
effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do
not include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long
distance as included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage
charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
(N)
(D
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.26
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.31
CDT Premier Upgrade $6.00 Additional MRC with Purchase of Cox Affiliated
Services for 36 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, Customers newly adding CDT Essential with
affiliated Cox TV and Internet service may choose to upgrade to CDT
Premier for an additional $6 Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to
thirty-six (36) months.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable,
and applies per subscriber.
3. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to
the complete fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to
receive any credit, refund or any other consideration for the unused
portion of the discount.
4. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed
the rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the
effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do
not include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long
distance as included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage
charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2016
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 102.27
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.32
$5 off Primary Phone Line and Feature Package for $5.00 Promotion
1. Description
During the promotional period, new Residential Cox Digital Telephone Customers will
be eligible to receive Primary Phone Line at $5.00 off the Monthly Recurring Charge
(MRC) for three (3) months, and any qualifying feature package’s Monthly Recurring
Charge (MRC) will be reduced to $5.00 per month for three (3) months.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period begins January 15, 2010 and ends June 30, 2010.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
4. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except as included in the Connection Package. All fees,
taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
5. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
4.33
Unlimited Long Distance 25% off the MRC for up to 12 months
1. Description: During the promotional period, existing or new Residential Cox Digital
Telephone (CDT) Customers that subscribe to unlimited domestic long distance can
receive 25% off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to 12 months.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period tariff for December 28, 2009 through September 30,
2011.
2. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value; is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
4. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by the
Company.
5. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: February 18, 2011
Effective Date: March 1, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.28
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.34
CDT Premier Upgrade $6.00 Additional MRC with Purchase of Cox Affiliated
Services for 24 Months
(D/N)
1. Description
During the promotional period, Customers newly adding CDT Essential with
affiliated Cox TV and Internet service may choose to upgrade to CDT
Premier for an additional $6 Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to
twenty-four (24) months.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 27, 2016.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable,
and applies per subscriber.
3. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to
the complete fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to
receive any credit, refund or any other consideration for the unused
portion of the discount.
4. At the expiration of the benefit period, the customer will be assessed
the rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the
effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do
not include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long
distance as included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage
charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days
notice to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: March 3, 2016
Effective Date: March 14, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 102.29
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.35
Local Line MRC Waived for Twelve Months
1. Description
During the promotional period, new Residential Cox Digital Telephone (“CDT”)
Customers will be eligible for waiver of the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) of Cox
Digital Telephone for up to twelve months, plus the waiver of the non-recurring
charges. This promotion applies to the following services: (1) the local access line and
(2) any feature package.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period begins October 5, 2012 and ends January 10, 2013.
2. At the expiration of the twelve (12) month benefit, the customer will be assessed
the rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective tariff file
with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the customer will not be eligible to receive any credit, refund
or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include any
“usage” charges. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: September 25, 2012
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: October 5, 2012
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
(N/D)
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.36 Cox Business PRI/Fractional PRI/T1 promotion
Description:
During the promotional period and upon request, new and existing Cox Business
Customers, who purchase a new PRI, Fractional PRI, or T1 (“promotional services”)
with a minimum 36 month contract, are eligible to receive a three-month waiver of
the monthly recurring charge (MRC) on the promotional services.
Terms and Conditions:
1. The promotional period begins October 1, 2011 and ends December 31, 2011.
2. The contract must be signed by December 31, 2011 with an installation date by
March 31, 2012.
3. The promotion only applies to new service, no renewals.
4. Cox Business Customers must subscribe to a minimum of 36 months contract to
be eligible for this promotion.
5. Credit only applies to MRC, not usage based services or NRC
6. Promotion can not be used in conjunction with any other offer.
7. If Customer terminates service prior to term expiration, any discounts received
under the Cox Business offer will become immediately due and payable, along with
any applicable early termination charges as defined in this tariff.
8. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer upon 14-days notice to the
Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: September 20, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: October 1, 2011
(N/D)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
EIGHTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.31
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.37
Up to 50% Discount on MRC for up to 6 Months promotion
1. Description
During the promotional period, new Residential Customers, who subscribe to Cox
Digital Telephone and already subscribe to video or internet service, will be
eligible to receive up to 50% off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to six
(6) months. This discount applies to CDT Essential or Premier Packages.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 30, 2015.
2. At the end of the promotional benefit period; tariff pricing will apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
4. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by Cox.
5. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
6. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
7. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: December 23, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 8, 2015
(N)
(N)
(D)
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 102.32
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SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.38
$10 Discount off the Local Primary Line for up to Six Months
1. Description
This acquisition offer may be offered as an incentive to new Cox Residential Digital
Telephone Customers to subscribe to Cox Digital Telephone. A Cox representative
may offer the Customer Primary phone line service at $10.00 off per month for up to
6 (six) months on the Monthly Reoccurring Charge (MRC). Additionally, the Line
Connection Charge will be waived.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period begins November 2, 2010 and ends December 31, 2011.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
3. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by the
company.
4. At the end of the promotional benefit period, the then current tariff pricing will
apply.
5. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
6. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except as included in the Connection Package. All fees,
taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
7. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission
Issue Date: September 20, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: October 1, 2011
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 102.33
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.39
Cox Digital Telephone Essential Package $20 MRC with 2 year contract
(N/D)
1. Description:
During the promotional period, new Residential Customers, who subscribe to the CDT
Essential Package, and sign a two year contract, will be eligible to receive the CDT
Essential Package for $20 Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for the two (2) year term
of the contract.
2. Terms & Conditions:
a. The promotional period: June 3, 2013 through January 31, 2014.
b. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
c. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by the
Company.
d. At the end of the initial (promotional) contract term, the then current tariff
pricing will apply.
e. Customers not fulfilling the two year contract terms may be subject to Early
Termination Fees (ETFs).
f. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges.
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
g. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission
Issue Date: May 24, 2013
Effective Date: June 3, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N/D)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 102.34
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.40
$10 Discount off the Primary Line for the First Month of Service
1. Description
This acquisition offer may be offered to new residential Cox Digital Telephone
customers. A Cox representative may offer the customer Primary phone line service
at $10.00 off per month for one (1) month on the Monthly Reoccurring Charge (MRC)
on the residential customer’s current monthly billing statement.
2. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period begins December 22, 2010 and ends September 30,
2011.
2. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
3. This offer may not be combined with any other promotion offered by the
company.
4. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
5. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice
to the Nebraska Public Service Commission
4.41
(N/D)
CDT Premier for $19.99/month for Six Months
1. Description
During the promotional period, Residential Customers, who current customers of a Cox affiliated
company’s service and subscribe to CDT or current CDT Customers that choose to retain
(retention offer) Cox Digital Telephone, will be eligible to receive CDT Premier at the rate of
$19.99/month for up to six months. Connection charges will be waived for newly subscribed
Customers to Cox Digital Telephone service.
1. Terms & Conditions
1. The promotional period begins April 10, 2012 and ends December 31, 2012.
2. At the expiration of the six (6) month benefit period, the rates and charges for the CDT service
will apply pursuant to the effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per Subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete fulfillment of
the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit, refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include any assessed
“usage” charges. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer upon 14-days notice to the Nebraska
Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: March 30, 2012
Effective Date: April 10, 2012
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 102.35
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.42
Retention: 50% Off the MRC Promotion for Six Months
Description
This retention promotion will be offered to existing Cox Residential Customers, who
call in to disconnect services, but then decide to continue their Cox service. During
the promotional period, continuing Cox Customers will receive 50% off the Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) of Cox Digital Telephone Essential or Premier for up to six
(6) months.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2014.
2. At the expiration of the six (6) month benefit period, the Customer will be
assessed pursuant to the effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per Subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the benefit period.
5. The MRC associated with the services above do not include any “usage” charges,
except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the Premier
Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: April 25, 2014
Effective Date: May 15, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(D/N)
(D/N)
(N)
(D/N)
(D)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 102.36
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.43
Retention: Discounted MRC for existing CDT Customers Promotion
(N)
Description
This promotion will be offered to existing Cox Residential Customers, who wish to
disconnect services. During the promotional period, eligible Customers will receive
Cox Digital Telephone Essential at a discounted Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) of
$17.99/month or Cox Digital Telephone Premier at a discounted MRC of
$22.99/month for up to six months.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period begins December 12, 2011 and ends May 31, 2012.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the effective
tariff rate on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The MRCs associated with the services above do not include any “usage” charges.
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: December 2, 2011
Effective Date: December 12, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 102.37
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.44
$25.00/Mo. for up to Six Months with Cox Affiliated Services
1. Description:
During the promotional period, newly subscribed Residential Customers to Cox
Digital Telephone and Cox affiliated services may receive Cox Digital Telephone
Essential package and Simply World Wide calling plan at the discounted rate of
$25.00 per month for up to six months. In addition, line connection charges will be
waived.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period begins June 22, 2012 and ends January 10, 2013.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the rates
pursuant to the effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges.
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: September 25, 2012
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: October 5, 2012
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(T)
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.38
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.45
Cox Digital Telephone Premier $30.99 For 12 Months with Purchase of Cox
Affiliated Internet Service
Description
During the promotional period, new Residential Customers, who also newly
subscribe to Cox High Speed Internet, will be eligible to receive CDT Premier
for $30.99 Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months.
This offer includes free installation.
Terms and Conditions
1.
Promotional period ends September 28, 2015.
2.
At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed
the rates pursuant to the effective tariff on file with the NPSC.
3.
The discount in this promotion has no cash value; is not transferable, and applies
per subscriber.
4.
Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any other
consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5.
The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included
in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
6.
The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: May 27, 2015
Effective Date: June 8, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(N)
(N)
(T)
(T)
(T)
(N)
(N)
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 102.381
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.46
Discounted Essential or Premier MRC Promotion for up to 24 Months
Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to Residential
Customers who newly subscribe to Cox Digital Telephone, as well as Cox’s
affiliated Internet and Video Services. Eligible Customers may receive Cox
Digital Telephone Essential at the discounted rate of $24.00 per month or Cox Digital
Telephone Premier at the discounted rate of $27.00 per month for up to twentyfour (24) months. This promotion requires a 24 month price lock agreement
with a prorated early termination fee of up to $360 if Customer does not
retain Internet, video and telephone services.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends August 31, 2015.
2. At the expiration of the twenty-four (24) month benefit, the Customer will be
assessed the rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective
tariff file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the customer will not be eligible to receive any credit, refund
or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include any
“usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the
Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges
apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
(M) Material relocated from Page 102.38
Issue Date: March 27, 2015
Effective Date: April 13, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(D/N/M)
(N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(M)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FOURTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.39
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.47
$4.00 MRC Discount on CDT Premier Upgrade for 24 months with
Subscription to Cox Affiliated Services
Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to Residential
Customers who upgrade from Cox Digital Telephone Essential to Premier and who
also subscribe to Cox’s Affiliated Internet and Video services. Eligible Customers
may receive CDT Premier with $4.00 per month discount on Monthly Recurring
Charges (MRC) for twenty-four (24) months. This promotion applies to the following
services: (1) the local access line, (2) Premier feature package and (3) unlimited
domestic long distance. Affiliated Internet and Video packages must be retained or
upgraded to at least Essential Package service tiers
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends August 31, 2015.
2. At the expiration of the twenty-four (24) month benefit period, the Customer will
be assessed the current tariff rates on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The MRC associated with the services above does not include any “usage” charges,
except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the Premier Package. All
fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(N)
(N)
(D/N)
(D/N)
(N)
(M)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Page 102.40
Issue Date: February 3, 2015
Effective Date: February 13, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 102.40
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.48
General Market: $25 MRC for Three Months
(M)
Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to existing Cox
Residential Customers who newly subscribe to Cox Digital Telephone. Eligible
Customers may receive Cox Digital Telephone Premier at the discounted rate of $25
per month for up to three months. This promotion applies to the following services:
(1) the local access line, (2) any feature package and (3) unlimited long distance.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period begins January 1, 2012 and ends June 13, 2012.
2. At the expiration of the three (3) month benefit, the Customer will be assessed the
rates and charges for the subscribed services pursuant to the effective tariff file
with the NPSC.
3. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
4. The MRC associated with the service above does not include any “usage” charges.
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
5. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
4.49
CDT Premier $19.99 MRC for new Customers for up to Six Months
Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to Residential
Customers who newly subscribe to Cox Digital Telephone Premier Package. Eligible
Customers can receive Cox Digital Telephone Premier at the discounted rate of
$19.99 per month for up to six months.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period begins January 14, 2013 and ends April 1, 2013.
2. At the expiration of the six (6) month benefit period, the Customer will be assessed
the current tariff rates on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The MRC associated with the services above does not include any “usage” charges
other than unlimited domestic long distance included in the CDT Premier Package.
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
(M) Material relocated from Page 102.39
Issue Date: February 3, 2015
Effective Date: February 13, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIFTH REVISED PAGE NO. 102.41
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.50
40% Discounted MRC for Cox Digital Telephone Essential or Premier for
Twelve Months Promotion
Description
During the promotional period, this promotion may be offered to Residential
Customers who newly subscribe to Cox Digital Telephone Essential or Premier
Package. Eligible Customers can receive Cox Digital Telephone Essential or Premier
at a 40% discounted Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends February 29, 2016.
2. At the expiration of the benefit period, the Customer will be assessed the effective
tariff rate on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The MRCs associated with the services above do not include any “usage” charges,
except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the Premier Package. All
fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: September 18, 2015
Effective Date: September 29, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 102.42
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.51
Free Non-Published Directory Listing for Public Officials
Description
During the promotional period, public officials newly subscribing to Cox Digital
Telephone are eligible to receive a free non-published directory listing.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends December 31, 2014.
2. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
3. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
4. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
4.52
$5 Off MRC for Six Months Offer for Cox Digital Telephone Subscribers
Returning to Prior Service Level from Seasonal Saver Account Status
Description
During the promotional period, existing CDT Customers returning to active status
from Seasonal Saver account status will be eligible to receive $5 off the Monthly
Recurring Charge (MRC) for up to twelve (12) months of the CDT Package (Starter,
Essential or Premier) previously subscribed to prior to going on Seasonal Saver
status. Seasonal Saver Plan is detailed in Section 7.2 of this tariff.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends June 30, 2015.
2. At the expiration of the six (6) month benefit period, the Customer will be assessed
the current tariff rates on file with the NPSC.
3. The discount has no cash value; is not transferable and applies per subscriber.
4. If the Customer fails to maintain eligibility for the promotion prior to the complete
fulfillment of the offer, the Customer will not be eligible to receive any credit,
refund or any other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The MRC associated with the services above does not include any “usage” charges,
except unlimited domestic long distance as included in the CDT Premier Package.
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14-days notice to
the Nebraska Public Service Commission (NPSC).
Issue Date: December 23, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 8, 2015
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 102.43
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.53
25% Discount off MRC CDT Essential or Premier for up to 12 Months
promotion
Description
This promotion may be offered to new Cox Digital Telephone (CDT) Residential
Customers, who already subscribe to Cox Video or Cox High Speed Internet and
subscribe to the service during the promotional period. Eligible Customers will be
eligible to receive 25% off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) per month for up to
twelve (12) months. This discount applies to CDT Essential or Premier Packages.
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends February 29, 2016.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period; standard tariff pricing will apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any
other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as
included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments
and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice
to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: September 18, 2015
Effective Date: September 29, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
6205-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30328
(D/N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 102.44
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 4 - Promotional Offerings
4.1
Promotional Offerings (cont’d)
4.54
CDT Premier Telephone Package - $14.99 MRC for up to 36 months with
Purchase of Affiliated Service and Price Lock Guarantee (PLG)
(N)
Description
This promotion is available to new Residential Customers of CDT Premier and Cox
affiliated High Speed Internet or Video service who subscribe to service through a
Price Lock Guarantee Service Agreement. During the promotional period, Cox will
reduce the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for the Premier telephone package to
$14.99. The promotion applies to the Primary Line only and reduces the MRC
associated with the Premier telephone package for thirty-six (36) months
Terms and Conditions
1. The promotional period ends September 28, 2015.
2. At the conclusion of the benefit period; standard tariff pricing will apply.
3. The discount in this promotion has no cash value: is not transferable, and
applies per subscriber.
4. Customers who fail to maintain eligibility for this discount prior to the
complete fulfillment of the offer are not eligible to receive a refund or any
other consideration for the unused portion of the discount.
5. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges, except unlimited domestic long distance as
included in the Premier Package. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments
and surcharges apply.
6. The Company reserves the right to discontinue the offer, upon 14 days notice
to the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Issue Date: April 27, 2015
Effective Date: May 7, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 103
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 5 - 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 not
generally offered under this tariff. ICB rates will be offered to the Customer in writing and on a
non-discriminatory basis.
Pricing elements included in an ICB contract are available to any similarly situated
Customer for a period of 30 days after the execution of the ICB contract. After the
expiration of the 30 days, pricing will be developed on a case-by-case basis.
Issue Date: April 28, 2009
Effective Date: May 8, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
SECOND REVISED PAGE NO. 104
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 6 - Residential Assistance Offerings
6.1
Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS)
(N/D)
Nebraska law requires that a surcharge be collected on each telephone access line in
Nebraska. The surcharge will be remitted to the Nebraska Public Service Commission
to establish and administer a fund for a statewide Telecommunications Relay Service
to be used for communications of the visual and hearing impaired telephone end
uses.
This surcharge will be collected on the first one-hundred (100) telephone access lines
per customer, and will appear on a customer's local telephone bill. The surcharge
rate is determined by the decision of the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Surcharge assessed per line
$.05
Surcharge per line
(effective July 1, 2012)
$.04
(N)
(D)
Issue Date: May 2, 2012
Effective Date: May 12, 2012
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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Lifeline Assistance
Lifeline Assistance Plan (Lifeline) assists low-income households/applicants by reducing
their monthly costs for one telephone line per household at the principle place of
residence.
The applicant must satisfy certain income tests established by the
appropriate state agency.
6.2.1 Eligibility Requirements
1. Applicant must participate in one of the following programs:
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Medicaid;
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps or SNAP);
Supplemental Security Income (SSI);
Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8);
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP);
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); or
National School Lunch Program’s Free Lunch Program.
2. In addition, applicants not participating in the programs listed above may still be
eligible for Lifeline services if they are able to certify and furnish proof that their
total gross annual income does not exceed 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
(FPG).
3. Applicant must request assistance by completing a Company provided form.
(D)
4. Proof of income, or proof of eligibility in any of the qualifying low income assistance
programs listed above, should be provided to Cox at the time of application for
service. The Lifeline discount will not be established until proof of eligibility has
been received by Cox. If the Customer requests installation prior to Cox’s receipt of
such proof, the service requested will be provided, but without the Lifeline discount.
Whenever eligibility documentation is provided subsequent to installation, the
Lifeline discount will be provided on a going-forward basis.
5. The use or disclosure of information concerning Cox’s Lifeline applicants and
Customers is limited solely to purposes directly connected with the administration
of the Lifeline Program and will be treated as highly confidential.
6. It is the Lifeline Customer’s responsibility to notify Cox if the Customer ceases to be
eligible for Lifeline service.
Issue Date: March 12, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: April 1, 2013
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Lifeline Assistance, cont’d.
6.2.1 Eligibility Requirements, cont’d.
7. Lifeline eligibility will be verified periodically. If after verification a Lifeline
Customer is identified as being ineligible, the Company will send the Lifeline
Customer a written notice of discontinued eligibility. If no proof of eligibility is
furnished to Cox within 30 days, the Customer’s Lifeline discount will be
discontinued.
6.2.2 Rates
If the applicant is a qualified participant, the End User Common Line Charge
(EUCLC) associated with the primary residential access line will be waived.
Customers meeting the eligibility requirements herein will receive a discounted rate
for one telephone line per household at the principle place of residence. Contact
Company Customer Service Representative for details.
6.2.3 Additional Regulations
No deposit will be required of a Lifeline Customer if the Customer voluntarily
subscribes to Toll Restriction.
If a Customer does not elect Toll Restriction, regular deposit guidelines and
regulations will apply.
Issue Date: March 12, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: April 1, 2013
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7.1
Toll Restriction
Toll Restriction allows the Customer the flexibility to restrict both business and residential
access lines and trunks from billable toll calls, but allows completion of local directory
assistance calls. If a Customer attempts to dial a restricted toll call, the Customer’s call will be
intercepted and an announcement will advise the caller of the toll restriction.
7.1.1 Terms and Conditions
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Where facilities and operating conditions permit, this service will be offered
to both business access lines and trunks and residential access lines.

Toll Restriction may prevent the completion of 1+ local calls.

Toll Restriction is available to Lifeline Customers at no charge.
7.1.2 Rates and Charges
Business, per line or trunk
Residence, per line
7.2
NRC
$25.00
--
Monthly
$2.00
$1.49
Temporary Suspension of Service - Customer Initiated – Seasonal Saver Plan
Service may be temporarily suspended at the Customer behest. Prior to the service
suspension, the Customer shall have paid for at least the first full month of service.
7.2.1 Terms and Conditions

The suspension rate will not be applicable until after the service has been in
effect for at least one full month.
Issue Date: April 25, 2014
Effective Date: May 15, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
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7.2
Temporary Suspension of Service - Customer Initiated – Seasonal Saver Plan
(cont’d)
7.2.1 Terms and Conditions (cont’d)
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The full service rate will apply, if service is restored within 30 days after the date
beginning the suspension of service.

If the service is suspended for a period of 31 days or longer, the reduced rate as
set forth in the following Section 7.2.2 will apply. The normal monthly recurring
rates will be suspended and replaced by the monthly rate below.

Customers may suspend service for a minimum of 30 days to a maximum of 9
months. Customers may go on seasonal status twice per calendar year with a
minimum of 30 days between occurrences. After nine consecutive months, or after
a total of nine months within a calendar year, services are subject to return to full
billing as subscribed to prior to the seasonal saver suspension of service.

Customers on Seasonal Service are unable to reach emergency services
by dialing 911.
(N)
(N)
7.2.2 Rates and Charges
7.3
Residential Customer, per line
NRC
$10.00
Monthly
†††
$9.99
Business Customer, per line
$15.00
$12.50
(N)
Employee Discounts
A discount is allowed from the standard residence rates for services furnished at
residences of officials and employees of the Company.
†††
As a competitive measure, Residential Customers expressing a desire to disconnect services may
be offered a Seasonal Saver MRC of $5.99.
Issue Date: June 20, 2014
Effective Date: July 1, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
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SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.4
Service Bundling.
7.4.1
Residential Service
The Company offers its Customers and Cox-Affiliated Company’s customers a
bundled package of services, which include products and services across the
Company’s and the affiliated company’s product lines. The bundled package
includes the services of Cox Digital Telephone*, Cox High-Speed Data
(Cox@home), and Cox Cable TV. Customers who subscribe to the above three
services will be eligible to receive the bundled products at a discount off the
standard individual rate. Customers will be offered one of the following two
discount offers.
Offer #1: Ten dollars ($10) off the Customer’s entire bill.
Offer #2: One free primary access line of Cox Digital
Telephone* service, a $20.45 value.
(*) All customary fees, taxes, charges, and surcharges will apply.
Issue Date: March 12, 2013
Effective Date: April 1, 2013
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(I)
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7.5
Cox OneDialsm Service
(N)
7.5.1 General
Where operating conditions permit, Cox OneDialsm Service can be provided to
Cox Telephone Customers and non-telephone customers. It is a switch feature,
which allows for an assigned telephone number to ring up to four other
telephone numbers simultaneously.
The service is designed for Cox Local Exchange Customers (Line-Based) or
customers who are not subscribers of Cox’s local exchange service but the
billing address is in a Cox telephony serviceable area (Virtual Customers). The
Virtual Customers will be assigned a number that resides in the Cox switch.
The main number is referred to as the Pilot Number (PN). When the PN number
is dialed, the switch feature simultaneously rings the other associated numbers,
or Member Numbers (MN), with the PN, which allows the answering number to
receive the call. The service is inbound only.
Cox OneDialsm Service does not require any special Customer Premises
Equipment (CPE). The service is provided where facilities exist and operating
conditions permit. Not all calling features are compatible with this service.
7.5.2 Cox OneDialsm Service, Rates and Charges
1. Line-Based Service
NRC
$15.00
MRC
$4.00
One Pilot Number (PN),
Three Member Numbers (MN) may be assigned, four if one is on-net,
Compatible with Long Distance Alert, Call Waiting, and Caller ID,
MN Selective List Editing (SLE),
Secure Personal Identification Number (PIN), and
Interactive Cox OneDialsm System.
2. Virtual Service
NRC
$15.00
MRC
$5.00
One PN
Four Member Numbers (MN) may be assigned,
Compatible with Long Distance Alert,
MN Selective List Editing (SLE),
Secure Personal Identification Number (PIN), and
Interactive Cox OneDialsm System.
(N)
.
Issue Date: April 22, 2005
Effective Date: May 2, 2005
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
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7.5
Reserved For Future Use.
(M)
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, Section 9, page 147.
Issue Date: September 10, 2004
Effective Date: September 21, 2004
Issued by: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
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7.5
(M)
Reserved For Future Use.
(M)
(M) Material relocated to Obsolete Services, Section 9, page 148.
Issue Date: September 10, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: September 21, 2004
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SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.6
Cox Business Internet Bundled Discount.
Cox Business Services Telephone Customers, who subscribe to the Cox Affiliated
Company’s internet access service (Cox Business Internet, CBI), or any Cox Video
Service, are eligible to receive a discount off their Cox telephone service. Eligibility
requires no term commitments to receive the discount offered under the Bundled
Discount; however, the Business Customer must continue their subscription to Cox
telephone service and maintain the account in good standing.
The CBI Bundled Discount is outlined below.

5% discount off the monthly recurring charge for month-to-month telephone service,

8 % discount off the monthly recurring charge for 12 through 35 months of telephone
term service,
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15% discount off the monthly recurring charge for 36 through 59 months of telephone
term service, and
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20% discount off the monthly recurring charge for 60+ months of telephone term
service.
Issue Date: April 28, 2009
Effective Date: May 8, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
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7.7
1.
Residential Bundled Services Package
General
The Bundled Services Package offers certain discounted or free services for eligible
Residential Customers who subscribe to following services provided by Cox or a CoxAffiliated Company: local and long distance telephone service, cable TV, and high
speed internet access.
2.
Regulations
Customers that subscribe to the specific services detailed below will be eligible to
receive certain discounted or free services as defined in Section 3, following. The
Customer must subscribe to the following services:
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a residential telephone access line with any Custom Calling Feature Package,
(i.e., Active Lifestyle, Total Control, Control Plus, and/or Solutions Package)
intrastate and interstate long distance service,
Cox-Affiliated Company’s cable television service, and
Cox-Affiliated Company’s high-speed internet access service.
(T)
Eligibility requires no term commitments to receive the discounts and/or free services
offered under the Bundled Services Package, however, the Customer must continue the
subscription to the services listed above and maintain the account in good standing.
3.
Rates, Charges and Discounts
All telephony services offered under this package will be billed at the standard tariffed
rate. Once eligibility is established, the Customer will be entitled to one of two free
services every month the customer maintains the level of service defined above. The
two offers are: (1) one-hundred (100) free minutes of long distance service or (2) a
premium pay channel from the Cox-Affiliated Company, or (3) a $9.95 discount off the
primary CDT line.
Additionally, Customers, who select the 100 Free Minute option, will be automatically
enrolled in Cox’s U.S. Savings Plan. The $3.95 monthly recurring charge will be waived
and the Customer will be assessed 7 cents per minute for intrastate and interstate long
distance after the initial 100-minute period.
Issue Date: February 6, 2004
Effective Date: February 16, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
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7.8
Refer A Business Program
Description:
A current Cox Business Services (CBS) Customer, who refers a new potential CBS
Customer, may be eligible to receive a gift award if the referred Customer is activated.
Gift reward amounts are a minimum of one hundred dollar ($100) for selected
retailers.
(T)
Rules and Regulations:
1.
The new CBS Customer must sign a contract with a minimum one-year term
commitment.
2.
The new CBS Customer’s aggregate monthly recurring telephony charges are at
least twenty-five dollars ($25) per month.
3.
In order for the existing CBS Customer to be eligible for the gift award, the new
CBS Customer (the referred party) is required to sign a service contract within
six months of the referral and the award will be issued after the new CBS
Customer has been installed.
Issue Date: January 5, 2010
Effective Date: January 15, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
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7.9
1.
Two Product Residential Bundled Services Package
(N)
General
The Bundled Services Package offers certain discounted or free services for eligible
Residential Customers who subscribe to following services provided by Cox or a CoxAffiliated Company: local and long distance telephone service, and digital cable TV.
2.
Regulations
Customers that subscribe to the specific services detailed below will be eligible to
receive certain discounted or free services as defined in Section 3, following. The
Customer must subscribe to the following services:
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a residential telephone access line with any Custom Calling Feature Package,
(i.e., Active Lifestyle, Control Plus, and/or Solutions Package)
intrastate and interstate long distance service, and
Cox-Affiliated Company’s digital cable television service.
Eligibility requires no term commitments to receive the discounts and/or free services
offered under the Bundled Services Package, however, the Customer must continue
the subscription to the services listed above and maintain the account in good
standing.
3.
Rates, Charges and Discounts
All telephony services offered under this package will be billed at the standard tariffed
rate. Once eligibility is established, the Customer will be entitled to one of three
discounted services every month the customer maintains the level of service defined
above. The three offers are: (1) waiver the monthly recurring charge for the US
Savings Plan, (2) a 50% discounted premium pay channel from the Cox-Affiliated
Company or (3) a free digital cable additional outlet of which the customer would be
responsible for customer equipment monthly charges.
Issue Date: August 20, 2002
Effective Date: August 30, 2002
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
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7.10
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(T)
Cox Connection Packages
1.
Cox Connection-60(sm) Package
Where facilities and operating conditions permit, the Connection Packages will
be offered to residential Customers. The Cox Connection-60 Package is a
bundled package of local and long distance telephone services. The package
includes: a local access line, the Solutions feature package, sixty (60)
minutes of long distance service, and the U.S. Saving Plan. The eligibility
condition of the U.S. Saving Plan requires that the Customer select Cox long
distance for both PIC and LPIC elections.
The following products and services are included in the Cox Connection-60
Package:
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One (1) Local Access Line,
Solutions feature package,
Sixty (60) minutes of long distance service, and
The U.S. Savings Plan. After the initial 60 minutes included in the package,
all intrastate and interstate toll calls are billed at seven cents per minute.
Monthly Recurring Charge:
$29.95
Non-Recurring Charge
2.
Connection-90(sm) Package
Where facilities and operating conditions permit, the Connection Packages will
be offered to residential Customers. The Cox Connection-90 Package is a
bundled package of local and long distance telephone services. The package
includes: a Primary and a Non-Primary local access line, the Solutions feature
package on the Primary line, ninety (90) minutes of long distance service on
the Primary line, and the U.S. Saving Plan on both access lines. The eligibility
condition of the U.S. Saving Plan requires that the Customer select Cox long
distance for both PIC and LPIC elections.

Where facilities and operating conditions permit, the Connection Packages will be offered to
Residential Lifeline Customers with the Lifeline discount.

Non-Recurring Line Connection Charges as specified in Section 3.1.2.2 (a) apply for initial service
establishment, additional lines and transfers of service. Non-Recurring Account Change Charges as
specified in Section 3.1.2.2 (a) apply to Customers upgrading to a Connection Package on existing
Local Access Lines
Issue Date: February 6, 2004
Effective Date: February 16, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
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(T)
Cox Connection Packages , cont’d.
2.
Connection-90(sm) Package, cont’d.
The following services are included in the Cox Connection-90 Package:
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One (1) Primary Local Access Line with the Solutions feature package,
One (1) Non-Primary Local Access Line,
Ninety (90) minutes of long distance service on the Primary Line, and
The U.S. Savings Plan on both access lines. Toll calls will be billed at seven
(7) cents per minute.
Monthly Recurring Charge:
$39.95
H
Non-Recurring Charge
3.
Cox Connection 200 Package
Where facilities and operating conditions permit, the Connection Package will
be offered to residential Customers. The Cox Connection-200 Package is a
bundled package of local and long distance telephone services. The package
includes: (1) a Primary local access line, (2) the Solutions feature package on
the Primary line, (3) two-hundred (200) minutes of long distance service on
the Primary line, and (4) the U.S. Saving Plan on both access lines. The
eligibility condition of the U.S. Saving Plan requires that the Customer select
Cox long distance for both PIC and LPIC elections.
The following products and services are included in the Cox Connection-200
Package:
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One (1) Primary local access line with the Solutions Feature Package,
200 minutes of long distance service and
The U.S. Savings Plan. Toll calls will be billed at seven (7) cents per minute.
Monthly Recurring Charge
$42.30
Non-Recurring Charge

Where facilities and operating conditions permit, the Connection Packages will be offered to
Residential Lifeline Customers with the Lifeline discount.

Non-Recurring Line Connection Charges as specified in Section 3.1.2.2 (a) apply for initial service
establishment, additional lines and transfers of service. Non-Recurring Account Change Charges as
specified in Section 3.1.2.2 (a) apply to Customers upgrading to a Connection Package on existing
Local Access Lines.
Issue Date: February 6, 2004
Effective Date: February 16, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(N)
(N)
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7.10
Cox Connection Packages, cont’d.
3. Cox Unlimited Connection(sm) Package
General
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, the Cox Unlimited Connection (sm)
Package will be offered to Residential Customers. The Cox Unlimited Connection (sm)
Package is a bundled package of local and long distance telephone services. The
package includes a local access line, the Control Plus or Solutions feature package,
unlimited direct-dialed residential minutes of long distance service, and Voice Mail. An
eligibility condition of the package requires that the Customer select Cox long distance
for both PIC and LPIC elections. The following services are included in the package:
 A local access line,
 The Control Plus or Solutions Feature Package,
 Unlimited direct dialed residential minutes of long distance service, and
 Voice Mail
Terms and Conditions
1. The Cox Unlimited Connection(sm) Package Monthly Recurring Charge will be billed in
advance and will apply the first billing period after ordering the service.
2. Cox Unlimited Connection(sm) Package does not permit the Customer to place business
calls.
3. The Company may monitor the Customer’s usage to ensure that the Customer’s use
is consistent with the applicable restrictions and limitations, i.e., the Customer’s
usage are consistent with residential usage. If the Company has any reason to
believe that the Customer’s usage is not consistent with the applicable restrictions,
the Company may terminate the Cox Unlimited Connection(sm) Package immediately
upon notifying the Customer, and convert the Customer to another usage sensitive
plan of the Customer’s choice.
4. The Cox Unlimited plan is for direct-dialed domestic residential voice usage only. If
usage under this plan is not consistent with typical Residential Customer usage, at
the Company's sole discretion, the Company may offer Customer an alternative plan
or suspend, restrict or cancel Customer’s service without prior notice. Calls that are
not consistent with typical residential voice use include but are not limited to: use for
general business purposes, commercial facsimile, auto-dialing, resale, call centers
and telemarketing. Callers must dial 1+ area code + 7-digit telephone number for
the call to be included in the Cox Unlimited plan. Call detail is not available with this
plan. Customers must be subscribers to Cox Long Distance and also to the
Company’s local exchange service. This plan is available to customers on a per-line
basis up to a maximum of four telephone lines. Unlimited service is reserved for
direct-dialed long distance calls and does not include multi-party conference calls,
calls to 900 numbers, directory assistance, per-use feature calling, calling card,
operator services, international calling and toll free calling services; such calls are
subject to additional charges. Taxes, fees and other charges, including USF apply.
Rates and Charges
Monthly Recurring Charge (Preferred or Combination Service)
Monthly Recurring Charge (Standard or Standalone Service)
Issue Date: June 18, 2009
$50.95
$52.71
Effective Date: July 2, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
(I)
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7.11
Cox Business Retention Program
1. Description
Existing Cox Business Customers, who renew a term commitment of at least twelve
months, are eligible to receive a credit based on their renewal term. Customers
renewing their contract for 12 to 35 months will be eligible to receive a one time $50
credit. Customer renewing their contract for 36 months or greater will be eligible to
receive up to a two month waiver of their telephone service MRC, not exceed $1,000.
Business Customers who transfer services will receive free activation with a term of 1
year or greater.
2. Terms and Conditions
7.12
1.
The program is not available to new CBS Customers, only contract renewals are
eligible to receive the discount, existing Business Customers only.
2.
Cox Connect lines, trunks and facilities are eligible to receive the discount under
this program.
3.
If Customer terminates service prior to term expiration, any discounts received
under the Cox Business Retention Program will become immediately due and
payable, along with any applicable early termination charges as defined in section
2.7.2 of this tariff.
4.
The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include
any “usage” charges.
All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
Cox Business Local and Feature Pricing
The Company in certain competitive situations may offer its new, existing and renewal
Cox Business Customers local exchange and feature pricing at less than the tariff a la
carte price. The CB Customer must commit to a minimum term agreement of at least
twelve months.
Issue Date: April 28, 2009
Effective Date: May 8, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 119.1
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.13
Cox Nationwide 1,000 Minute Calling Package:
A. General:
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, the Cox Nationwide 1,000
Minute Call Plan offers Residential Customers in Company’s service area a 1,000
minute pack of intrastate and interstate direct-dialed toll minutes subject to the
conditions below.
B. Eligibility:
Residential Customers in Company’s service area who subscribe to:
1. One flat-rated Residential Access Line,
2. Premier Pak,
3. Cox Long Distance for both the intra- and inter-LATA toll services, and
4. Voice Mail.
C. Terms and Conditions:
1 The applicable monthly recurring charge for the Cox Nationwide 1,000 Minute
Call Plan will be billed in advance in accordance with this tariff as applicable to
the payment of recurring charges for local exchange service.
2 A Customer will automatically enrolled in the Cox Simply Five Call Plan for any
minutes in excess of the 1,000 minute threshold. Minutes under Simply Five
will be billed at 5 cents per minute and partial minutes will be rounded up to
the next whole minute.
3 The toll calls under this plan are direct-dialed from the customer’s designated
line to any destination within the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto
Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, CNMI, and American Samoa.
4 The intraLATA and interLATA toll minutes included in this plan (1) shall apply
exclusively to direct-dialed calls, (2) have no cash value for refund purposes,
(3) are not transferable or assignable, and (4) shall not apply to operatorassisted, collect calls, calls billed to a third party or credit cards, calls to
directory assistance, or calls made through per-use feature activation.
5 For additional rates, terms, and conditions specific to interstate interLATA toll
usage, refer to the Customer Services Agreement at
http://www.cox.com/telephone/customerservicesagreement.asp.
D. Rates and Charges:
Monthly Recurring Charge
Cox Nationwide 1,000 Minute Call Plan
Issue Date: March 17, 2011
$18.73
Effective Date: April 1, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.2
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.14
The VIBE (Very Important Business Exchange) Offer
(N)
1. Description
New Business Customers, who are friends and family of Cox employees, or prospective
Customers that have been contacted by Cox through telephone or direct sales
channels, and subscribe to a minimum thirty-six month term agreement for Business
Line(s) will be eligible to receive half off the Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) for the
first six months, plus waiver of the non-recurring charges. The maximum service
credit allow under this promotion is limited to $1,000 total discount.
2. Terms and Conditions
1. The Business Customer must subscribe to a minimum term of 36 months to be
eligible for this offer.
2. The offer is only valid through employees, direct sales and telemarketing.
3. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not include any
“usage” charges. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments, and surcharges
apply.
Issue Date: January 5, 2010
Effective Date: January 15, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 119.3
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.14
Retention Offer - Cord Cutter (Limited Basic Service)
(T)
1. Description
The Retention Program may be offered as an incentive to a Residential Customer to
continue service with Cox Digital Telephone (CDT). If the Customer informs Cox that
they are considering the discontinuation of CDT service and will thereby only use
their cell phone to replace their home phone, a Cox representative may offer the
Customer a measured rate service at a Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC) of $9.99,
which includes 30 minutes of local calling; additional minutes are assessed $0.50
with a $35 overall cap.
2. Terms & Conditions
a. Applies to the Customer’s Primary Line only.
b. Customer may select only one of a selected number of features at the tariffed
rate.
c. Residential Customers must select Cox as their long distance carrier and are
limited to the default LD plan, discounted call plans.
d. This offer may not be combined with any other offer and bundle discounts will
not apply.
e. The offer is only valid through the Retention Team and Digital Centers. This
offer is only for Residential Customers that call or visit Cox Customer Service to
discontinue their Cox Digital Telephone (CDT) service and utilize their cell
phone for their communications needs.
f. The monthly service charges associated with the services above do not
include any “usage” charges. All fees, taxes, usage charges, assessments and
surcharges apply.
Issue Date: February 20, 2015
Issued By: Paul Cain
Director, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: March 3, 2015
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
THIRD REVISED PAGE NO. 119.4
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.15 Residential CDT Packages
1. Starter
General
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, the CDT Starter Package will
be offered to Residential Customers. The CDT Starter includes a local access line.
The CDT Starter’s Monthly Recurring Charge will be billed in advance, and will apply
the first billing period after ordering the service. This plan is available on a per line
basis and can be provisioned on multiple lines on the account. The Monthly Recurring
Charge for the package will apply on a per line basis.

Rates and Charges
CDT Starter Package
MRC
$21.00 (I)
2. CDT Essential
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, the CDT Essential will be
offered to Residential Customers.
The Essential Package is an optional offering for Residential Customers that includes
a Residential Basic Line with Busy Line Redial, Call Waiting, Call Waiting ID and
Caller ID features. Additionally, the Customer must select Cox Long Distance as their
intra- and inter-LATA service provider. If the Customer requests Toll Restriction, the
Primary Interexchange Carrier (PIC) and IntraLATA Interexchange Carrier (LPIC) will
be removed from the Customer’s record. Charges and terms associated with Toll
Restriction are as set forth in Section 7.1 of this tariff.
Rates and Charges
CDT Essential Package
MRC
$24.99

Non-Recurring Charges will apply for activation of CDT Starter Package as specified in
Section 3.1.2.2(a) of the tariff. Monthly Recurring Charges may be waived for the first
month of service in competitive situations.
Issue Date: February 7, 2014
Issued By: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: March 1, 2014
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.5
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.15 Residential CDT Packages, cont’d.
3.
(N)
CDT Premier
Where facilities exist and operating conditions permit, the Cox Premier Package
offers Residential Customers in Company’s service area with unlimited intrastate and
interstate direct-dialed toll calling subject to the conditions below. The CDT Premier
Package includes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
One flat-rated Residential Access Line,
Unlimited Cox Long Distance for both intra- and inter-LATA toll services,
The Premier Feature Pak, and
Basic Voice Mail, optional.
Terms and Conditions
1
2
3
The applicable monthly recurring charge for the Cox Premier Package will be
billed in advance in accordance with rules of this tariff applicable to the
payment of recurring charges for local exchange service.
The unlimited toll calls under this package may be directly dialed from the line
designated by the Customer to any place within Kansas, the 50 states, the
District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, CNMI and
American Samoa.
The unlimited intraLATA and interLATA toll minutes included in this package
(1) shall apply exclusively to direct-dialed calls made from the line subject to
this plan, (2) have no cash value for refund purposes, (3) are not transferable
or assignable, and (4) shall not apply toward operator-assisted, collect calls,
calls billed to a third party or credit cards, or calls to directory assistance.
Issue Date: December 21, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 1, 2011
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.6
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.15 Residential CDT Packages, cont’d.
3.
(N)
CDT Premier, cont’d.
4. International toll calls are not included with this package.
5. If usage under this plan is not consistent with typical Residential Customer usage,
at the Company's sole discretion, the Company may offer the Customer an
alternative plan or suspend, restrict or cancel Customer’s service without prior
notice. Calls that are not consistent with typical Residential voice use include but
are not limited to: non-voice services, use for general business purposes,
commercial facsimile, auto-dialing, resale, call centers and telemarketing. Callers
must dial 1+ area code + 7-digit telephone number for the call to be included in
the Cox Unlimited plan. This is a flat rate call plan; call detail is not available with
this plan. Customers must subscribe to Cox Long Distance and also to the
Company’s local exchange service. This plan is available to Customers on a per-line
basis and will be provisioned only on the Primary Line. Unlimited service is reserved
for direct-dialed long distance calls and does not include multi-party conference
calls or multi-party chat lines, calls to 900 numbers, directory assistance, per-use
feature calling, calling card, operator services, international calling and toll free
calling services; such calls are subject to additional charges. Taxes, fees and other
charges apply.
Rates and Charges
Monthly Recurring Charge: $34.99
(N)
Issue Date: December 21, 2010
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 1, 2011
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 119.7
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.16
1.
Emergency Locator Service
General
At the request of the Customer and upon the approval of the Company and at those
prices set forth in the chart below, the Company will offer to the Customer certain
Automatic Location Identification (“ALI”) and/or Private Switch/Automatic Location
Identification (“PS/ALI”) services as an enhancement to its other 911 local service
offerings. PS/ALI service provides E911 service features for stations that operate
behind private switches, e.g., PBXs. Specifically, the PS/ALI service provides an
automatic display at the Public Safety Answering Point (hereafter “PSAP”) of the
caller’s telephone number and the address/location of the telephone. A Customer’s
PBX must be capable of providing the telephone number to the 911 system to
identify the specific extension originating a 911 call. The Company’s PS/ALI service
provides a PBX 911 manager for “public safety/address location point” database
management and the Customer is required to update databases using a web-based
interface.
All telephone numbers that a customer desires to be included in the Company’s
PS/ALI service must be owned by the Company. Telephone numbers that are
provided by a service provider other than the Company are not eligible for inclusion
in this service.
2.
Eligibility Requirements
A Customer who desires to receive service shall satisfy the following obligations to
Company:
1) Customer will complete a customer profile ordering form (i) designating a single
point of contact for all operational issues, (ii) supplying the necessary telephone
number range(s) and PSAP, if multiple locations apply. Customer and Company shall
validate telephone number ranges provided through any LEC dial tone provider(s)
other than Company.
2) Company will have up to thirty (30) business days to attempt to load the initial
customer data after the receipt of acceptable data files from the customer. Should
the initial load attempt fail due to the loosing company’s business practices, it shall
be the customer’s responsibility to negotiate with the loosing company to release the
numbers that are being transferred to Cox.
3) Company will attempt to load additional numbers submitted on subsequent Load
Forms within seven (7) business days following the receipt of a valid TNs but full
assurance of meeting a seven (7) day timeline is not guaranteed.
Issue Date: April 20, 2012
Effective Date: April 30, 2012
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(T)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
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SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.16
2.
Emergency Locator Service, cont’d.
(N)
Eligibility Requirements (cont’d)
4) Customer is responsible for working with Company and any other LEC dial tone
provider(s) to set up any required National Emergency Numbering Association
identification codes (hereafter referred to as “”NENA ID”) for Customer’s PS/ALI
records.
5) Customer is responsible for obtaining authorization from any LEC dial tone provider
other than Company to insert and modify ALI records for the specified telephone
number ranges in any regional E911 databases using the separate NENA ID assigned
for PS/ALI records.
6) Customer shall provide Company with a signed and properly authorized copy of a
Letter of Agency (LOA) in favor of Company in the form requested by Company.
7) In addition to any other fees charged by Company, Customer is responsible for any
costs of any tasks related to setting up data exchange and obtaining user IDs and
passwords for regional E911 databases. Customer must obtain any approval needed
for Company to submit PBX records on its behalf to regional E911- database
provider(s), including any approval that may be required by any government agency.
8) In the event some of the automatic location identification records needed by
Company to provision PS/ALI services are not “owned” by the Company, Customer
shall obtain and provide to Company prior written consent from the E911 service
provider to allow Company to use same without charge.
9) If Customer is porting to Company a block of telephone numbers from another
telephone company, Customer is responsible for working with the transferee LEC to
port the main billing telephone number and all associated telephone numbers via the
NENA standard unlock and migrate function codes through normal Service Order
Input (“SOI”) processing.
10) If Customer discontinues dial tone services with Company or another provider, the
use of PS/ALI services by Customer will be discontinued for the corresponding block
of telephone numbers.
Issue Date: December 19, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 29, 2011
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.9
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.16 Emergency Locator Service, cont’d.
2.
(N)
Eligibility Requirements (cont’d)
11) Customer must have a personal computer workstation with the following
requirements in order to interface with Company and receive PS/ALI service from the
Company and Customer shall meet these requirements at every point in time:
Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0 Windows XP, Windows
7 and Vista (or most current version)
 Internet access
 Microsoft Internet Explorer, Version 5.01, Service pack 1 or higher
 Currently Apple/MAC browsers are not supported

12) Company shall bill Customer for PS/ALI services in its normal billing interval and
Customer shall pay same as indicated on the invoice.
13) By means of a direct telephone conversation (no email or voice mail messages will be
provided), a representative of Company will provide the Customer with a user ID, as
password, and a secure key code token for Customer’s use in meeting its
responsibilities hereunder. Customer will provide Company with a spreadsheet
containing the telephone numbers, names, and site-specific PBX information for
initially loading the records into the PS/ALI database. A PS/ALI Initial Load File
(“ILF”) form will be provided to the Customer to provide Company with the required
ILF fields and format information for the initial build of telephone number records
into Company’s system. Company will validate that the numbers submitted by the
customer are owned by the Company but is not otherwise required to manipulate
and/or change any of the data provided in the ILF on behalf of Customer and may
rely upon the accuracy of same; instead, Customer is responsible for submitting the
correct field and formatting information via the ILF form. The Customer may submit
the first ILF data form to the Company without additional charge. Customer will
incur additional charges for any subsequent ILFs required.
14) Company will attempt to correct only MSAG errors, that is, “701” errors (house
number out of range in MSAG) and “709” errors (street not found in MSAG). MSAG
related errors that Company is unable to correct will be forwarded to Customer for
correction. All other error types detected either by validation against Company
databases or against other host ALI databases, will also be returned to Customer for
correction. This includes errors that occur during the Initial Load File build and errors
occurring after the initial load. Error records will be returned ‘as is’ to Customer.
Issue Date: December 19, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 29, 2011
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.10
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.16 Emergency Locator Service, cont’d.
2.
(N)
Eligibility Requirements (cont’d)
15) Customer will migrate and update DID numbers and all other telephone numbers
associated with this service through the PS/ALI Manager after the ILF. The webbased system permits Customer to maintain station level ALI identification records in
the form of “move”, “add,” “change” or “delete” to pre-authorized Customer records
identified by telephone number range on the PS/ALI Customer Profile Order Form.
16) After validation and processing through the PS/ALI database system, Company will
route updated telephone number records to the appropriate “E911 database”
provider based upon the NPA/NXX on each record. Records processed by the
Company will be transmitted to the appropriate E911 database provider(s)
throughout the country.
17) Telephone numbers that are transported outside of Company’s defined operational
jurisdictions, either on a temporary or permanent basis, may not be routed to the
proper PSAP and customer will assume any and all risk associated with this
condition.
18) The PS/ALI Manager’s web-based interface offers a range of online reports to
facilitate PBX management, allowing data to be sorted by address and telephone
number range, and Customer is expected to use same and to be totally responsible
for the accuracy of any information provided.
19) For day-to-day management processing matters, Customer should contact its
designated Company data analyst. Company analysts provide routine support
services Monday through Friday during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. – 5:00
p.m. Mountain Time), excluding Company-observed holidays.
20) Company will provide training to Customer at a mutually agreed-upon date and time.
This training will include training on the use of the web-based services. Company will
provide one training class, for a maximum of two (2) hours, via a telephone
conference call to a maximum of two (2) attendees. Company will provide a
maximum of two (2) copies of training course materials to attendees of the training
conference call described herein.
Issue Date: December 19, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 29, 2011
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.11
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.16 Emergency Locator Service, cont’d.
2.
(N)
Eligibility Requirements (cont’d)
21) If Customer decides to discontinue dial tone service with Company or any other LEC
providing services to the Customer, then Customer shall immediately notify the
assigned Company data analyst in writing that a designated telephone number range
will discontinue dial tone services stating the identification of the LECs including
Company associated with those numbers. Such notification must be received by
Company forty five (45) days in advance. It is the Customer’s responsibility to
communicate with Company and any other affected LECs regarding the
discontinuation and within twenty (20) days of providing the notice set forth above,
Customer must either delete all records through the normal SOI update process or
instruct Company to unlock all such records. After all records are deleted or
unlocked, Company may deny Customer account access. After thirty (30) days, the
account access will be denied regardless of option chosen.
22) For Customer requests that are beyond the scope of the deliverables outlined in this
tariff, Customer may submit a change request (“Change Request”) form to Company
and Company at its option may accept the requested change and/or propose
additional charges to Customer for same.
23) Any and all PS/ALI system problems that Customer experiences shall be immediately
reported to Company without delay. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any Internet
Explorer problems experienced by Customer while using PS/ALI should be reported
to the browser manufacturer.
24) As a condition to Company’s obligation to initiate and continue PS/ALI services to
Customer, Customer is obligated to deliver to Company and to continue in full force
and effect the following:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
a completed order form as required by the Company,
its authorization for NENA IDs and permission for insertion into ALI databases,
identification of Customer’s PS/ALI program manager,
a completed and accurate ILF form,
a signed authorized executed letter of agency as described above,
a designated point of contact,
evidence sufficient to Company that the Customer has obtained authorization
from any and all LEC dial tone providers to insert and modify ALI records for the
specified telephone number ranges,
h. and complete and accurate information about its PBX equipment sufficient to
establish that the equipment has the capability to forward ANI information to the
selective router in accordance with LEC and local requirements.
Issue Date: December 19, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 29, 2011
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.12
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.16 Emergency Locator Service, cont’d.
2.
(N)
Eligibility Requirements (cont’d)
25) Company may request from time to time additional information from Customer and
Customer shall promptly and within any time period stated respond to any such
request.
26) At any time and from time to time, Company may assign or delegate some or all of
its rights and responsibilities hereunder to any qualified provider of PS/ALI services
or support and Customer agrees to cooperate fully with any agent, assignee or
delegate of Company in furtherance of Company’s provision of PS/ALI services.
3
Rates and Charges
The monthly recurring and nonrecurring charges assessed by the Company are as
follows:
Monthly Recurring Charges
One-to-One Recurring Charge, per Number
Many-to-One Recurring Charge, per Occurrence
$0.15
$5.00
Nonrecurring Charges
Initial Load File Installation (more than 25 lines or telephone numbers
Initial Load File Installation Charge (less than 25 lines or telephone
numbers
$1,500.00
$400.00
One-to-One Recurring Charge per Number – Customer elects to have every station
number registered in the ALI database
Many-to-One Recurring Charge per Occurrence – Customer elects to associate
multiple station numbers with a single number that will be registered in the ALI
database
Issue Date: December 19, 2011
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: December 29, 2011
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.13
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.17
1.
Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System
(N)
General TSP Description
Cox TSP provides priority Cox services to Federal Government Agencies and authorized users for
provisioning and restoration of services within defined critical and emergency situations. The Cox
TSP System is designed to meet the requirements of the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) to expedite provisioning and restoration of mission-critical telecommunications services
outlined under the Federal TSP Program and National Communications System (NCSD 3-1).
Additional sources of reference for include:
1. National Communications System (NCS) Manual 3-1-1
2. Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System for National Security Emergency
Preparedness (NS/EP) Service user Manual”
3. National Communications System (NCS) handbook 3-1-2
4. Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System for National Security Emergency
Preparedness (NS/EP) Service Vendor Handbook
Priority Installation and/or Restoration of NS/EP telecommunications services shall be provided in
accordance with part 64.401, appendix A, of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s)
Rules and Regulations.
2. Qualifying TSP Service Categories
Cox Customers must meet specific categories regarding essential or emergency services in order
to apply for NS/EP services. NS/EP qualified categories include the following four “Essential”
categories outlined in NCSC 3-1, Section 15 plus an “Emergency” category:

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


Category
Category
Category
Category
Category
A - National Security Leadership
B - National Security Posture and U.S. Population Warning
C - Public Health, Safety and Maintenance of Law and Order
D - Public Welfare and Maintenance of National Economic Posture
E - Emergency (applicable for provisioning requirements only)
3. Service Level Priorities
Cox Services may be assigned priority levels of “1” (Highest) through “5” (lowest) with additional
emergency (E) assignment of priority level as outlined in NCSC 3-1, Section 15. The OPT is
responsible for ensuring that TSP assignments are not concentrated at one priority level. For
additional information refer to NCSC 3-1-1, Section 2.5, figure 2-3.
Cox may provide sub-priority level assignments for own internal use as provided under NCSC 3-1,
Section 15. Conditions may arise that deem it necessary to preempt one or more Customer
services with a lower or no restoration priority in order to install or restore NS/EP
telecommunications service of a higher priority. The Company will make reasonable effort to
notify the Customer of the action being taken if such preemptive action is necessary. Customers
who have their service levels impacted from this situation may qualify for credit for such services
in accordance with the provisions for credits as specified in the Cox Local Exchange Service tariff
section 2.
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.14
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.17
Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System
(N)
4. Qualifying TSP Services
The scope of work for identifying specific TSP services is described as follows:
A) Priority Provisioning (Installation):
The initial set-up and construction process for provisioning and supplying telecommunications
services to a Customer, including all associated transmission, wiring and equipment, if
provided by the Cox, at a time earlier than Cox standard order intervals. Cox standard order
intervals are quoted on a case-by-case basis and are time/date sensitive.
B) Priority Restoration:
The restoration of Cox services currently being contracted by a Cox Customer at a time earlier
than Cox standard order intervals. Cox standard order intervals are quoted on a case-by-case
basis and are time/date sensitive.
C) Priority Restoration Level Implementation (Assignment):
Designated priority levels (1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and E) of service associated with the restoration of a
particular NS/EP telecommunications service.
D) Priority Restoration Level Change:
Changes in priority level to any pre-assigned priority service levels for a NS/EP
telecommunications service. This includes any extension of an existing priority level
assignment to an expanded NS/EP service.
E) Priority Restoration Administration and Maintenance:
Administrative and maintenance necessary to correspond to NS/EP provided services.
5. Applicable Cox Service Profiles
Telecommunications services identified under this program support National Security or
Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP) missions. The TSP System provides a guideline for Cox to
provide priority restoration of services in case of an isolated incident or the result of large-scale or
national disasters, emergencies, civil, or military crisis.
The Cox TSP System applies to Cox “on-net” Cox-owned switched or special access services. For
facilities, where Cox does not provide the entire facility, Cox will issue the TSP Authorization code
with the order to the carrier providing the non-Cox portion of the facility and Cox will pass these
charges through to the Customer. The Cox TSP System does not include any resale or UNE/EEL
type of facilities in which Cox may not control or provision all or part of the services provided. The
Cox TSP System also applies only to Customers directly contracted with Cox. The TSP System
applies only to NS/EP telecommunications services as outlined in NCSD 3-1, Section 7 “Scope of
the NS/EP TSP System”.
Cox will, within the limits of good management and availability, make available the necessary
facilities to restore service in the event of conditions supporting TSP. Restoration of services may
require the use of temporary facilities such as wireless or ground level cable or fiber runs and
drops. Restoration may also require the temporary use of government-owned facilities.
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.15
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.17
Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System
(N)
5. Applicable Cox Service Profiles, cont’d.
All TSP services are identified by specific “service profiles’”. The service profile defines the level of
support to the portion of the telecommunications service that Cox owns and/or operates. The
service profile is composed of the following element groups:

Element Group A - Customer premises equipment. This may include Cox owned and/or
managed routers, network interface devices and network termination equipment.

Element Group B - Customer premises wiring. This may be included under the Cox Commercial
Service Assurance Plan and/or separately contracted Customer premise construction.

Element Group C - Operations. This is the actual service such as local dial tone service,
Internet access, data transport, etc. provided by Cox.

Element Group D - Technical Control Facility/Fault Detection/Isolation. This may be included
under specific services contracted through Cox. Many Cox services are monitored for fault or
failure by either our NOC (Network Operations Center) or SOC (Systems Operations Center).
This may also include additional local service and troubleshooting.

Element Group E - Service Testing. This may include Cox troubleshooting, initial provisioning
circuit testing and/or maintenance testing during restoration.

Element Group F - First service/Route Diversity. This may include first, or primary, services as
well as diversity of Cox services provided through multiple routes, either virtual or real,
provided by dual-route-builds into physical locations, BGP virtual routes over routers, SONET
dual routing, etc.

Element Group G - Facility/Site Access. This may include Cox co-located sites where Customer
owned and/or maintained equipment or facilities reside, emergency access points for mobile
communications vehicles, etc.
6. Specific Customer Information and Records
For Customers who obtain TSP System service, they acknowledge and consent to the provision of
certain Customer service record information and/or Customer Proprietary Network Information
(CPNI) by the Company to the National Communications System (NCS) in order for the NCS to
maintain and administer the overall TSP System. This Customer service record information will
include all relevant TSP System Service information and the TSP Authorization.
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.16
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.17
Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System
(N)
7. Qualification Process
A potential TSP user must request a TSP assignment from the OPT (Office of Priority
Telecommunications) located at the NCS (National Communications System). If the OPT approves
a Cox Customer request, a TSP assignment will be forwarded back to the Customer in the form of
a 12 digit TSP Authorization Code (NCSC 3-1-1, Section 2.4 for additional details). To obtain
priority provision and/or restoration of a qualifying Cox service this code must be provided to Cox
with customer request for TSP.
8. Rate Applications
The rates contained herein apply only to direct charges associated with the Cox TSP System. Rates
for specific telecommunications services and products are covered under the current Cox Local
Exchange tariff and may include recurring monthly charges, non-recurring charges, construction
charges and mileage sensitive charges are outlined in the Cox tariff specific to services.
Rates for Priority Provisioning, Priority Restoration, are applied on a “per circuit” basis for special
access services and on a “per line or trunk” basis for Switched Access Service. Priority
Provisioning and Priority Restoration rates are applied as a one-time activation charge for each
Cox TSP circuit, line and/or trunk service request. When an Access Service is ordered with both
Priority Provisioning and Priority Restoration, the non-recurring charge for Priority Restoration
applies for both the provisioning and the restoration.
The Administration and Maintenance charges are applied per line or trunk and per circuit for
Special Access Service. Each loop or loop segment of a Special Access multi-point service will be
treated as a separate circuit with charge applied on a per loop basis.
The Priority Level Change charge is applicable when the TSP System order activity is changing
priority levels. It applies each time the level is changed to a higher or lower level or when moving
to an “E” category.
For subsequent orders for additional lines and circuits, TSP System assignment may apply upon
Customer request and review by Cox. When the TSP System is revoked, or discontinued, and the
associated Service is continued in service, no charge applies for such discontinuance of Cox TSP.
When performing services under TSP where additional labor charges may apply, Cox will attempt
to notify Customer of charges before the required additional labor is undertaken. The Customer,
in obtaining a Priority Restoration, recognizes that quoting charges and obtaining permission to
proceed with the restoration of certain Services may cause certain delays and, as a result, could
jeopardize the intent of early restoration of services provided under this program.
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 119.17
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 7 - Miscellaneous Service Offerings
7.17
8.
Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System
(N)
Rate Applications, cont’d.
In subscribing to the TSP System service, the Customer recognizes this condition, grants the
Company the right to quote charges after the restoration or installation is completed and agrees
to pay the charges.
NonRecurring
Charges
Monthly
Recurring
Charges
Priority Provisioning Installation, per line or trunk, or per circuit
$128.00
N/A
Priority Restoration Level Implementation, per line or trunk, or per
circuit
$128.00
N/A
Priority Level Change, per line or trunk, or per circuit
$128.00
N/A
Administration and Maintenance of Priority Restoration, per line or
trunk, or per circuit
N/A
$2.00
Labor, construction, special equipment, additional facilities, and
other resources related to delivery of services under TSP
conditions.
ICB
ICB
Issue Date: November 6, 2012
Effective Date: November 29, 2012
Issued by: Paul Cain
Sr. Manager, Regulatory Operations
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive,
Atlanta, Georgia 30319
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 120
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service
1. Application of Tariff
This tariff section contains regulations, rates and charges applicable to the offering of
Telephone Services for Resale to authorized Resellers in the State of Nebraska.
2. General
SERVICES OFFERED UNDER THIS TARIFF.
The Services that are offered under this tariff (“Resold Services”) are any and all
features, functions, and capabilities that are separately offered by the Company to its
End Users under any of the Company’s intrastate tariffs.
Any and all restructuring of Resold Services, introduction of new rate element(s) or
other modifications or alterations of any Resold Service will be made available for
purchase under this tariff to the same extent as existing Resold Services.
Except as otherwise provided in this tariff, the offering of a Resold Service to a
Reseller is governed by the same terms and conditions, including those set forth in
General Rules and Regulations, as those which govern the offering of the Service
under the Primary Tariff for the Service.
LEGAL RELATIONSHIPS
Neither this tariff, nor any actions taken by the Company or the Reseller in
compliance with this tariff, shall be deemed to create an agency or joint venture
relationship between the Reseller and the Company, or any relationship other than
that of purchaser and seller.
Neither this tariff, nor any actions taken by the Company or the Reseller in
compliance with this tariff, shall create a contractual, agency, or any other type of
relationship between the Company and the Reseller’s customers.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 121
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
3. Definitions Specific to Resale Services:
Customer/Reseller – The terms “Reseller” or “Customer” refer to the individual,
partnership, corporation, governmental entity or other entity authorized by the
Commission to purchase services under this section of the tariff.
Company – The term “Company” means Cox Nebraska Telcom, L.L.C.
End User – The term “End User” means a person who purchases services for their own
use rather than for sale to another. End Users may not purchase services under this
section of the tariff.
Premises – The term “Premises” for the purposes under this tariff section shall mean
the location where the service is provided, not the Premises of the Reseller.
Resale – The term “Resale” means the sale of products and services to a Reseller from
the Company. A Reseller “purchases for resale” within the meaning of this tariff section
when such Reseller purchases a service for resale to its End User rather than itself.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 122
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
4. Services Not Available For Resale:
The Services listed below will not be offered by the Company under this tariff, or will
only be offered under the restrictions set forth below.

PUBLIC TELEPHONE SERVICE - Public Telephone Service is not available for resale
under this tariff.

GRANDFATHERED/OBSOLETE SERVICES - Services that are grandfathered are
only available under this tariff for resale to grandfathered customers. A service is
“Grandfathered” if the Company offers it on a retail basis only to existing End
User customers, and not to any new End User customers.

PROMOTIONAL OFFERINGS - Promotional offerings are not available for resale
under this tariff. Promotional offerings are discounts, waivers, credits, premiums,
discounted product trials or other inducements, that would apply to a particular
customer for a period of 90 days or less, and that are offered in order to promote
the sale of a service.

SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES DISCOUNT PROGRAM - The Schools and Libraries
Discount Program is not available for resale under this tariff. HEALTH CARE
PROVIDERS SUPPORT PROGRAM - The Health Care Providers Support Program is
not available for resale under this tariff.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 123
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller:
1. GENERAL
Except as otherwise provided by this tariff, a Reseller purchasing a Resold Service
under this tariff has all of the obligations that would be imposed by the Company’s
tariff for such Resold Service upon an End User purchasing the service directly from
the Company. Such obligations include, without limitation, the obligation to pay for
the Resold Service, whether or not its own customers are paying the Reseller.
However, the rate charged for such service, when sold to a Reseller under this tariff,
is to be determined in accordance with Section 8 of this tariff, below, and is not
directly governed by the price set forth in Section 3 of this tariff.
2. ORDERS FOR RESOLD SERVICES
A Reseller purchasing Resold Service under this tariff, or modifying or discontinuing
an existing order for a Resold Service, must place an order with the Company
through the interfaces referred to in Section 8.6 below. Such an order must include,
at a minimum, and byway of illustration and not limitation, the following
information:
A. If the Reseller assumes the account of an existing Company End User at the End
User’s existing premises, the order must identify the End User’s line and indicate
that the End User’s existing service (or any specified modification to the service)
is to be transferred to the Reseller;
B. If the order is for new Telephone Exchange Service, the order shall identify the
service configuration desired, the address of the premises at which the service is
to be provided, and any additional information that may be necessary to
provision and bill the service and to include the Reseller’s customer in the White
Pages directory, in the E-911 database, and, for business customers, in a one-line
lightface listing in the Yellow Pages directory;
C. If the order is for modification or discontinuance of service currently sold to the
Reseller, the order shall identify the telephone number of the service and the
changes desired, and any additional information required by the Company.
(N)
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 124
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
2. ORDERS FOR RESOLD SERVICES (cont’d)
AUTHORIZATION - A Reseller placing an order under which it will assume the account
of an existing Company End User Customer, or the account of an existing End User
customer of another service provider, must obtain appropriate authorization from
that End User for the change of service provider, and must verify, confirm and record
that authorization, in accordance with procedures established by the Commission.
3
RESELLER AS POINT OF CONTACT WITH ITS CUSTOMERS
The Reseller shall serve as the single point of contact for its customers on such
matters as billing, requests for new service, requests for the modification or
discontinuance of existing services, service trouble reports, repair requests,
complaints, etc. The Reseller shall be obligated to transmit such requests, reports,
etc. to the Company, through the interfaces referred to in Section 8.6 below, to the
extent reasonably necessary to enable the Company to fulfill its obligations under
this tariff.
The Company will not process any requests received at any of its offices directly from
the Reseller’s End Users.
4
PROVISION OF CERTIFICATIONS AND INFORMATION
Upon reasonable request, but in any event no more than twice a year, the Reseller
shall certify to the Company in writing that the services the Reseller is purchasing
under this tariff are being purchased for resale.
The Reseller shall provide the Company with any certificates or other documentation
that may be required under State law or Commission rule or regulation.
To the extent reasonably necessary for the planning of Company facilities, the
Reseller shall provide, on request, forecasts of the approximate number of units of
Telephone Exchange Service and other services that the Reseller expects to require
in particular geographic areas. Such forecasts shall be fully subject to the
confidentiality provisions set forth in Section 8.6, below.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 125
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
5. INDEMNIFICATION OF THE COMPANY BY THE RESELLER
The Reseller shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Company against any
claim, loss, or damage arising from:
A. Claims for libel, slander, invasion of privacy, or infringement of copyright arising
from communications (whether of the Reseller, the End User, or others) made
through or by means of services furnished under this tariff;
B. Claims for patent infringement arising from the use of the services furnished by
the Company in connection with facilities or equipment furnished by the Reseller
or End User;
C. All other claims arising out of any act or omission of the Reseller or the End User
in the course of using services provided pursuant to this tariff;
D. The Reseller will be required to indemnify the Company against any liability the
Company may incur in reliance on incorrect certificates and documentation
submitted pursuant to Section 8.5.4.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 126
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
6. PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS AND CREDIT ALLOWANCES
1
PAYMENT OF RATES, CHARGES AND DEPOSITS
A. The Company may require any Reseller, which has a proven history of late payments
or whose parent company or holding company has a proven history of late payments
to the Company, or which does not have established credit, to make a deposit prior
to or at any time after the provision of a service under this tariff. Any such deposit
will be held by the Company as a guarantee of the payment of rates and charges. A
deposit required under this section would not exceed the actual or estimated rates
and charges for the service for a two-month period. Payment of a deposit does not
relieve the Reseller from its obligations to comply with the Company’s regulations
regarding the prompt payment of bills. At such time as the provision of the service to
the Reseller is terminated, the amount of the deposit will be credited to the Reseller
account and any credit balance that may remain will be refunded. Such a deposit will
be refunded or credited to the account when the Reseller has established credit or, in
any event, after the Reseller has established a one-year prompt payment record at
any time prior to the termination of the service to the Reseller. In case of a cash
deposit, for the period the deposit is held by the Company, the Reseller will receive
interest at the same percentage rate as that set forth in Section 2.5.5, preceding.
The interest rate will be applied for the number of days from the date the Reseller
deposit is received by the Company to and including the date such deposit is credited
to the Reseller’s account or the date the deposit is refunded by the Company.
Should a deposit be credited to the Reseller’s account, as indicated above, no
interest will accrue on the deposit from the date such deposit is credited to the
Reseller’s account.
(N)
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 127
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
6. PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS AND CREDIT ALLOWANCES (cont’d)
1
PAYMENT OF RATES, CHARGES AND DEPOSITS (cont’d)
B. The Company shall bill on a current basis all charges incurred by and credits due to
the Reseller under this tariff attributable to services established, discontinued or
performed during the preceding billing period. In addition, the Company may bill in
advance charges for all services to be provided during the ensuing billing period
except for charges associated with service usage which will be billed in arrears. The
bill day (i.e., the billing date of a bill for a Reseller for service under this tariff), the
period of service each bill covers, and the payment date will be as follows:
1. The Company will establish a bill day each month for each Reseller account. The
bill will cover non-usage sensitive service charges for the ensuing billing period
for which the bill is rendered, any known unbilled non-usage sensitive charges for
prior periods and unbilled usage charges for the period beginning with the last bill
day and extending up to, but not including, the current bill day. Any known
unbilled usage charges for prior periods and any known unbilled adjustments will
be applied to this bill. Payment for such bills is due as set forth in (2) following. If
payment is not received by the payment date, as set forth in (2) following, in
immediately available funds, a late payment penalty will apply as set forth in (2)
following;
2. All bills dated as set forth in (1) preceding for service provided to the Reseller by
the Company are due 20 days (payment date) after the bill day and are payable
in immediately available funds.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 128
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
7. RESPONSIBILITY FOR ENFORCEMENT OF TARIFF REGULATIONS
The Reseller assumes the responsibility for enforcement of all tariff regulations and
class of service restrictions imposed for any particular service (e.g., prohibitions
against unlawful use, damage to Company property, distinctions between residences
and businesses) and any liability arising from violations thereof.
8. FLAT-RATED SERVICES
A Reseller may not aggregate the usage of more than one of its customers on a
single resold flat-rated Telephone Exchange Service line.
9. RESELLER’S DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE
Where a Reseller discontinues its provision of service to all or substantially all of its
customers, for any reason, except for customer specific credit or payment problems:
A. The Reseller must send advance written notice of such discontinuance to the
Company. Such notice must include a verification that the Reseller has notified
its End Users of the discontinuance, and must state the date on which such End
User notice was mailed. Where the Reseller fails to provide notice, the Company
will provide continuous service to the discontinued customers followed by a notice
that customer’s carrier is no longer providing service and that the customer needs
to make other arrangements for local service. If the customer fails to make other
arrangements, the Company will continue to serve the customer.
B. If the End User of a Reseller that has discontinued service does not elect another
carrier within 15 days of the date of notice provided by the Reseller, then the
Company will provide service to such End User at retail rates, and not under this
tariff section. In accordance with the Commission’s procedures, the Company
retains the right to review these accounts and notify customers whose
applications for service would have been conditioned on some payment that their
service will not be continued unless the appropriate conditions for service are met
within 15 days.
C. The Reseller must provide the Company with any information necessary to enable
the Company to assume the End Users’ accounts, including the End Users’ service
configurations and Billed Names and Addresses.
(N)
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 129
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
10. USE OF COMPANY BRANDS PROHIBITED
Without the Company’s written authorization, the Reseller:
1
May not offer Resold Services to its customers under any of the brand names of
the Company or of its affiliates; and
2
May not state or imply that there is any partnership or other joint business
arrangement with the Company for the provision of services to the Reseller’s
customers.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 130
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
11. INTERFACES
A. IN GENERAL - All Resellers must establish automated interfaces complying with the
format specified by the Company in order to:
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establish any relevant end user accounts,
assign telephone line numbers,
directly enter all service orders to the Company systems,
negotiate with End Users for installation scheduling,
reserve installation appointments with the Company,
submit all End User service and repair inquiries,
verify telephone line network status with the Company on-line system
for any other purposes specified by the Company.
B. MISUSE OF INTERFACES - All Resellers must comply with agreed upon methods,
procedures and operational guidelines in utilizing the interface format specified by
the Company. Any use of interfaces for unauthorized purposes (including
unauthorized access to data), or entry of false information through an interface, is
prohibited.
12. BILLING NAME AND ADDRESS
Resellers must make the Billing Names and Addresses of their End Users available to
all telecommunication carriers for purposes of billing and collections.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 131
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
11. END USER’S ACCESS TO SERVICES IN GENERAL
A. IN GENERAL - Where a Reseller purchases Telephone Exchange Service from the
Company under this tariff section, and resells it to its End User customer, such End
User will be able to access any and all services that an End User customer of the
Company would normally be able to access on a Telephone Exchange Service line.
Such services, to the extent provided by the Company, will be deemed to have been
sold by the Company to the Reseller as they are utilized by the Reseller’s End User,
and the Reseller will be responsible to the Company for payment for the resold
service.
B. BLOCKING - Resellers will be allowed to purchase blocking services to restrict End
User access to particular capabilities to the extent such services are available under,
and on the same terms and conditions as set forth in, the Company tariffs applicable
to End User customers.
12. MONITORING OF BILLS NOTIFICATION OF DISCREPANCIES –
The Reseller shall be responsible for monitoring the accuracy of the Company’s bills
and shall have the duty to notify the Company of any discrepancies between such
bills and the services provided by the Company.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 132
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
13. REFUSAL AND DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE
A. If the Reseller fails to comply with the rules and regulations of this tariff, or if it fails
to pay any sum owing to the Company for more than thirty (30) days beyond the
date of rendition of the bill for service, the Company may, on thirty (30) days written
notice by Certified U.S. Mail to the person designated by that Reseller to receive such
notice of non-compliance, refuse additional applications for service and/or refuse to
complete any pending orders for service by the non-complying Reseller at any time
thereafter. Copies of such notice shall be mailed to the Executive Director, Nebraska
Public Service Commission, concurrently with the mailing to the Reseller. If the
Company does not refuse additional applications for service on the date specified in
the thirty (30) days notice, and the Reseller’s noncompliance continues, nothing
contained herein shall preclude the Company’s right to refuse additional applications
for service to the non-complying Reseller without further notice.
B. If the Reseller fails to comply with the rules and regulations of this tariff, or if it fails
to pay any sum owing to the Company for more than thirty (30) days beyond the
date of rendition of the bill for service, the Company may, on thirty (30) days written
notice by Certified U.S. Mail to the person designated by that Reseller to receive such
notice of noncompliance, discontinue the provision of existing services to the noncomplying Reseller at any time thereafter. In the case of such discontinuance, all
applicable charges, including termination charges, shall become due. If the Company
does not discontinue the provision of the services involved on the date specified in
the thirty (30) days notice, and the Reseller’s noncompliance continues, nothing
contained herein shall preclude the Company’s right to discontinue the provision of
the services to the non-complying Reseller without further notice.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 133
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
5. Obligations of Reseller: (cont’d)
13. REFUSAL AND DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE (cont’d)
C. The Company reserves the right to refuse an application for service made by a
Reseller, that is substantially owned, directly or indirectly, by a Reseller or former
Reseller who is indebted to the Company for service previously furnished, until the
indebtedness is satisfied. (The circumstances in which a Reseller shall be deemed to
“substantially owned, directly or indirectly, by an indebted current or former Reseller,
shall include situations in which the two Resellers are each substantially owned,
directly or indirectly, by the same entity or entities.) In the” event that service is
connected for a Reseller who is indebted to the Company for service previously
furnished to such Reseller, the service maybe terminated by the Company unless the
Reseller satisfies the indebtedness within 30 days after written notification. Such
notification shall be made by Certified U.S. mail to the person designated by that
Reseller to receive such notices. Copies of such notice shall be mailed to the
Executive Director, Nebraska Public Service Commission, concurrently with the
mailing to the Reseller.
D. DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE FOR CAUSE WITHOUT NOTICE
The Company may discontinue service or cancel an application for service without
notice in the event the Company is prohibited from furnishing services by order of a
court or other government authority having jurisdiction. In the event of fraudulent
use of the Company’s network, including but not limited to fraudulent End User
orders for transfer of service, the Company will discontinue service without notice
and/or seek legal recourse to recover all costs involved in enforcement of this
provision. The Company will not incur any liability if it discontinues services or
cancels an application for services for any of the reasons in this section.
(N)
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 134
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
6. Obligations of the Company:
1
GENERAL RULE
1
Except as otherwise provided by this tariff, the Company, in connection with its sale
of a Resold Service under this tariff section, has all of the obligations that would be
imposed upon it by the Local Exchange Service tariff for such Service if it were selling
such service directly to an End User.
2
The Resold Services provided under this tariff will be equal in quality, subject to the
same conditions, and provided within the same provisioning time intervals as the
services that the Company provides to others, including End Users.
2
LIABILITY OF COMPANY FOR CERTAIN COSTS
1
The Company shall not be liable to the Reseller for damages arising from errors,
mistakes, omissions, interruptions, or delays of the Company, its agents, or
employees, in the course of establishing, furnishing, rearranging, moving,
terminating, or changing the service or facilities (including the obtaining or
furnishing of information with respect to the subscribers or users of the service or
facilities) in the absence of gross negligence or willful misconduct.
2
No carrier furnishing a portion of a service shall be liable for any act or omission of
any other carrier furnishing a portion of that service.
3
The Company’s failure to provide or maintain services under this tariff shall be
excused by strikes, job actions, picketing, boycotts, or other similar labor difficulties,
governmental orders, civil commotion, criminal actions taken against the Company,
acts of God, and other circumstances beyond the Company’s reasonable control,
subject to any Credit Allowance for a Service Interruption that may be available
under certain other sections of this tariff.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 135
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
6. Obligations of the Company: (Cont’d)
3. PROVISION OF REPAIR AND INSTALLATION SERVICES
1
A Reseller purchasing Telephone Exchange Service will be provided by the Company,
as necessary, with repair and installation services at least equal to those provided by
the Company to its own Telephone Exchange Service Customers. Where necessary,
such services shall be provided by Company personnel at the premises of the
Reseller’s customer.
2
Repair and installation personnel shall be dispatched by the Company in accordance
with reasonable priority rules that do not unreasonably discriminate between lines
provided to Resellers and lines provided to the Company’s End Users.
3
To the extent the provision of repair and installation services under this tariff section
entails the appearance by Company personnel at the premises of a Reseller’s
customer, the uniforms worn by such personnel, and the vehicles and other
equipment that they use, may be marked in the conventional manner with the
Company’s name, trade marks, service marks, and logos.
4
Company service personnel appearing at the premises of a Reseller’s customer for
the purpose of repair or installation will not be authorized to accept orders from such
End Users for new or modified service, or for repair or installation work going beyond
that initially authorized by the Reseller.
(N)
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 136
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
6. Obligations of the Company: (Cont’d)
4. DIRECTORY LISTINGS
The Company will include in the published White Pages directories and in the
Directory Assistance records, the name, address and telephone number of the
Reseller’s Telephone Exchange Service customers (one listing per End User line), in
accordance with the Company tariff provisions relating to Directory Listings and to
Directory Assistance. Such listings will not be provided for any lines for which the
Reseller purchases Non-Published and Non-list Number Service. Additional listing will
be provided under the terms and conditions set forth in the Directory Listings section
of this tariff. Upon request, the Company will include in the published Yellow Pages
directories a single-line, light-face listing for the Reseller’s Telephone Exchange
Service business customers, when applicable.
5. ENHANCED 911 SERVICE DATABASES
The Company will include the Reseller’s Telephone Exchange Service customers in
the relevant E-911 database(s).
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 137
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
6. Obligations of the Company: (Cont’d)
6. AVAILABILITY OF FACILITIES
1. Services will be provided to Resellers only to the extent that the necessary facilities,
including switching capacity and necessary operational support systems, are
available.
2. If existing facilities will not enable the Company to meet all outstanding service
orders, such orders will be handled in accordance with reasonable priority rules that
do not unreasonably discriminate between Resellers purchasing under this tariff and
End User Customers of the Company.
3. The Company may charge an additional non-recurring or monthly recurring charge,
or both if special construction, maintenance, or expense is required to provide the
service(s) requested.
4. The provision of services under this tariff is subject to the Company’s ability to
obtain, without charge, danger, or undue difficulty, access to the premises where the
service is to be provided (where such access is necessary for the provision of the
service).
5. When the Reseller orders services in a particular building, development or other area
where End User customers have not been obtained by the Reseller at the time the
order is placed:
A. The Reseller will commit to a minimum service term of one year for the use of
Company facilities in cases where facilities construction is required by the
Company to meet the Reseller’s order. The Reseller is also responsible for special
construction and other charges as outlined in 6.6.3 above.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
(N)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 138
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.1
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
6. Obligations of the Company: (cont’d)
7. COOPERATION WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT
The Company may cooperate with law enforcement authorities to the full extent
required or permitted by law in matters related to Resold Services, including the
production of records and the installation of wiretaps, trap-and-trace devices, and
pen registers. The Company shall not have the obligation to inform the customers of
the Reseller of such law enforcement requests, except to the extent required by law.
The Company will inform the Reseller of such law enforcement requests, unless
appropriate governmental authorities request that notice to the Reseller be withheld.
8. PROVISION OF TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Except as otherwise provided herein, the Company reserves the right to assign,
designate or change its telephone numbers, or office prefixes associated with such
numbers, when reasonable and necessary for legitimate business purposes. Any such
decisions about the assignment, designation, or change of telephone numbers or
office prefixes will be made in a non-discriminatory manner. In the case of a change
in such number(s) affecting a resold line, the Company will furnish the Reseller with
notification. In the case of emergency conditions, however, (e.g., fire in a central
office), it may be necessary to change a telephone number without prior notification.
9. CHOICE OF PRIMARY INTEREXCHANGE CARRIER ON RESOLD LINES
The Company will only accept an order to change the Primary Interexchange Carrier
(whether interLATA or intraLATA) for a resold Telephone Exchange Service line from
the Reseller. The Company will only accept an order to “freeze” the Primary
Interexchange Carrier (whether interLATA or intraLATA for resold Telephone
Exchange Service line from the Reseller. The Reseller will be responsible for the
tariffed charges for such changes.
10. OPERATIONAL INTERFACES
The Company will establish appropriate interfaces with Resellers for purposes
including but not limited to the placement of service orders by Resellers and the
delivery of trouble reports to the Company.
(N)
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 139
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 8 - Resale Service Offering
8.1
(N)
Resale of Cox Local Service (cont’d)
7. Rates and Charges For Resold Services:
For Resold Services offered to Resellers under this tariff, the following residential
charges apply in addition to the rates and charges included in Sections 2, 3 and 7.
Business services are not available at this time due to network and operational
systems constraints.
Residential

Line Installation Charge
(per line)
$64.95
Account Record Changes
(per billing record change)
$15.00
Line Restoral Charge
(per line)
$45.00
Drop bury charge
(per drop bury)
Line repair charge
(per trip)
$200.00
$64.95
(N)

Installation charge will be assessed if a truck roll is required to connect the Reseller’s
customer to the Company’s network facilities.
Issue Date: December 12, 2000
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 10, 2001
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 140
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
(M)
9.1 Cox LD Solutions
Cox LD Solutions, the one-, two- or three-year term long distance call plan, provides
an eligible Business Customer with a competitively priced long distance product. The
call plan is available to new and existing customers that choose Cox Local and Long
Distance, both PIC and LPIC. The plan covers the 48 contiguous states. Calls to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the
standard rate of $0.10 per-minute. All minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based
on the cumulative minutes of interstate and intrastate usage, except for toll minutes to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Domestic calls terminating in
the 50 states and the District of Columbia will be billed in 6-second increments and
rounded up to the next highest increment. All calls terminating in Canada, Puerto Rico
and US Virgin Islands will be billed in 6-second increments with a 30-second minimum.
If this plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails
to meet all of the conditions set forth above, Cox may re-rate Customer’s usage during
the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based on the term
length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If service is
terminated within the first year of the plan, the default rate of $.10/minute will be used
to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per-minute rate based on cumulative MOU’s and term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-10,000
10,001-20,000
20,001+
1 Year
$0.075
$0.070
$0.065
2 Year
$0.0675
$0.0630
$0.0585
3 Year
$0.0638
$0.0595
$0.0553
(M) Material formerly located on page 91.1.
Issue Date: December 9, 2003
Effective Date: December 19, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 141
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
(M)
9.2 Cox LD Enterprise
Cox LD Enterprise, the one-, two- or three-year term long distance call plan, provides
an eligible Business Customer with a competitively priced long distance product. The
call plan is available to new and existing customers that select Cox Local, Cox Long
Distance (both PIC and LPIC) and Cox high-speed internet service. The plan covers the
48 contiguous states. Calls to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10 per minute. All minutes-of-use (MOU)
charges will be assessed based on the cumulative minutes of interstate and intrastate
usage, except for toll minutes to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin
Islands. Domestic calls terminating in the United States are billed in 6-second
increments and rounded up to the next highest increment. All calls terminating to
Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands are billed in 6-second increments with a 30-second
minimum.
If this plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails
to meet all of the conditions set forth above, Cox may re-rate Customer’s usage during
the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based on the term
length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If service is
terminated within the first year of the plan, the default rate of $.10 per minute will be
used to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per-minute rate based on cumulative MOU’s and term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-10,000
10,001-20,000
20,001+
1 Year
$0.070
$0.065
$0.060
2 Year
$0.0630
$0.0585
$0.0540
3 Year
$0.0595
$0.0553
$0.0510
(M) Material formerly located on page 91.2.
Issue Date: December 9, 2003
Effective Date: December 19, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 142
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.3 Cox Toll-Free Solutions
(M)
The Domestic Toll-Free Term Call Plan provides Business Customers with a reduced
rate for toll free calls originated in the continental United States. Business Customers
may select from a one-, two- or three-year term call plan. The plan covers the 48
contiguous states. Calls from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10 per-minute. Calls from Canada will be
assessed at the rate of $.08 per minute. All minutes-of-use charges will be assessed
based on the cumulative minutes of interstate and intrastate usage, excluding minutes
from Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Domestic calls
originating within the United States are billed in 6-second increments and rounded up
to the next highest increment. All calls originated from Canada, Puerto Rico and US
Virgin Islands are billed in 6-second increments with a 30-second minimum.
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per-minute rate based on cumulative MOU’s and term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-10,000
10,001-20,000
20,001+
1 Year
$0.075
$0.070
$0.065
2 Year
$0.0675
$0.0630
$0.0585
3 Year
$0.0638
$0.0595
$0.0553
(M) Material formerly located on page 91.10.
Issue Date: December 9, 2003
Effective Date: December 19, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 143
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
(M)
9.4 Cox Dedicated LD Solutions
Cox Dedicated LD Solutions, a one, two or three-year term dedicated long distance call
plan, provides eligible Business Customers a competitively priced long distance product
for calls terminated in the continental United States. Calls to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto
Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10 perminute. The call plan is available to new and existing customers that choose Cox Local
and Cox Long Distance (both PIC and LPIC). All minutes-of-use (MOU) charges will be
assessed based on the cumulative dedicated long distance minutes of interstate and
intrastate usage, except for toll minutes to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.
Virgin Islands.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may re-rate Customer's
usage during the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based
on the term length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If
service is terminated within the first year of the plan, the month-to-month rate of
$.10/minute will apply to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in Nebraska will be assessed the per-minute rates as
detailed below. All minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based on the cumulative
minutes of interstate (continental United States) and intrastate usage. Calls
terminating in Nebraska are billed in 6-second increments with a 6-second minimum.
Minutes-Of-Use
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
0-10,000
10,001-20,000
20,001-40,000
40,001-80,000
80,001-160,000
160,000+
$0.075
$0.070
$0.065
$0.055
$0.050
$0.045
$0.0675
$0.0630
$0.0585
$0.0495
$0.0450
$0.0405
$0.0638
$0.0595
$0.0553
$0.0468
$0.0425
$0.0383
(M) Material formerly located on page 92.14
Issue Date: December 9, 2003
Effective Date: December 19, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 144
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
(M)
9.5 Cox Dedicated LD Enterprise
Cox Dedicated LD Enterprise, a one, two or three-year term dedicated long distance
call plan, provides eligible Business Customers a competitively priced long distance
product for calls terminated in the continental United States. Calls to Alaska, Hawaii,
Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10
per-minute. The call plan is available to new and existing Customers that choose Cox
for their Local, Long Distance (both PIC and LPIC) and high-speed internet service. All
minutes-of-use (MOU) charges will be assessed based on the cumulative dedicated
long distance minutes of interstate and intrastate usage, except for toll minutes to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may re-rate Customer's
usage during the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based
on the term length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If
service is terminated within the first year of the plan, the month-to-month rate of
$.10/minute will apply to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in Nebraska will be assessed the per-minute rates as
detailed below. All minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based on the cumulative
minutes of interstate (continental United States) and intrastate usage. Calls
terminating in Nebraska are billed in 6-second increments with a 6-second minimum.
Minutes-Of-Use
0-10,000
10,001-20,000
20,001-40,000
40,001-80,000
80,001-160,000
160,000+
1 Year
$0.070
$0.065
$0.060
$0.050
$0.045
$0.040
2 Year
$0.0630
$0.0585
$0.0540
$0.0450
$0.0405
$0.0360
3 Year
$0.0595
$0.0553
$0.0510
$0.0425
$0.0383
$0.0340
(M) Material formerly located on page 92.15
Issue Date: December 9, 2003
Effective Date: December 19, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 145
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
(M)
9.6 Cox Dedicated TF Solutions
Cox Dedicated TF Solutions, a one, two or three-year term dedicated toll free call plan,
provides eligible Business Customers a competitively priced toll free product for calls
that originate in the continental United States. Calls from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico,
and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10 per-minute.
Calls from Canada will be assessed at the rate of $.08 per minute. The call plan is
available to new and existing customers that choose Cox Local and Cox Toll Free. The
plan covers the 48 contiguous states. All minutes-of-use charges (MOU) will be
assessed based on the cumulative dedicated toll free minutes of interstate and
intrastate.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may re-rate Customer's
usage during the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based
on the term length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If
service is terminated within the first year of the plan, the month-to-month rate of
$.10/minute will apply to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Domestic calls originating in the United States are billed in 6-second increments with a
6-second minimum. All calls originating in Canada, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
are billed in 6-second increments with a 30-second minimum. Calls that originate and
terminate in Nebraska will be assessed the per-minute rates as detailed below. All
minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based on the cumulative minutes of interstate
(continental United States) and intrastate usage.
Minutes-Of-Use
0-10,000
10,001-20,000
20,001-40,000
40,001-80,000
80,001-160,000
160,000+
1 Year
$0.075
$0.070
$0.065
$0.055
$0.050
$0.045
2 Year
$0.0675
$0.0630
$0.0585
$0.0495
$0.0450
$0.0405
3 Year
$0.0638
$0.0595
$0.0553
$0.0468
$0.0425
$0.0383
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Issue Date: December 9, 2003
Effective Date: December 19, 2003
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 146
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.6
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Cox Office Solutions Pak, (COSP)
1.
GENERAL
The Cox Office Solutions Pak, COSP, offers business Customers a bundled package
term plan of one- or three-year commitments. The package combines telephony
services and the Cox-Affiliated Company’s service for high-speed internet access.
The services provided with this package are:




2.
two (2) flat-rate business access lines,
eight (8) custom calling features from a select group of features as defined in
Section .2 following,
a block of 200 minutes of interstate and intrastate long distance calls, and
the Cox-Affiliated Company’s high-speed internet access service.
Regulations
1. Business Access Lines
Business Customers that subscribe to COSP will receive two flat-rate business access
lines. Additional lines requested by the Customer will be billed at the rates provided
under section 3.1.2.2 of this tariff.
2. Custom Calling Features
Business Customers that subscribe to COSP will be offered the line features listed
below. The features may be provisioned on the two lines at the Customer’s request.
However, the offered is limited to a total of up to eight features provisioned on the
two lines.
Call
Call
Call
Call
Forward
Forward – Busy
Forward – No Answer
Waiting
Three-Way Calling
Call Transfer
Caller ID
Voice Mail
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Issue Date: September 10, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: September 21, 2004
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 147
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.6
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Cox Office Solutions Pak, cont’d
2.
Regulations, cont’d
3. 200 Minutes of Long Distance
The Cox Office Solutions Pak, COSP, includes a block of 200 minutes of interstate and
intrastate long distance. The block of 200 minutes is “pooled” between the two lines.
Any unused minutes remaining at the end of the billing period will not carryover to
the next billing period. Interstate calls in excess of the 200-minute block will be
billed at 7 cents per minute per the Company’s FFC Domestic tariff. Intrastate calls
will be billed at 10 cents per minute per the Company’s Local and Intrastate tariffs.
4. High-Speed Internet Access
The COSP also includes one or three end-user terminals for high-speed internet
access from the Cox-Affiliated Company.
3.
Rates and Charges
The table below defines the telephony charges associated with the COSP offering in
the State of Nebraska.
Business Access Lines
Custom Calling Features
Long Distance
Total Package MRC

Installation Charge
1-Year
51.10
22.00
15.00
88.10
250.00
3-Year
49.74
12.00
15.00
76.74
0.00
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
If a high-speed internet customer is adding telephony service under this package, the
installation charges would apply as defined in section 3 of this tariff.
Issue Date: September 10, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: September 21, 2004
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 148
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.7
1.
Cox Office Solutions Flex, (COSF)
(M)
GENERAL
The Cox Office Solutions Flex, COSF, offers business Customers a bundled package
term plan of one, two, three and five year commitment. The package combines
telephony services and the Cox-Affiliated Company’s service for high-speed internet
access. The services provided with this package are:



2.
a range of flat-rate business access lines,
a block of minutes (pooled among all the business access lines in the bundle) of
interstate and intrastate long distance calls, and
the Cox-Affiliated Company’s high-speed internet access service.
Regulations
1.
Business Access Lines
Business Customers that subscribe to COSF will receive a range of flat-rate business
access lines. Additional lines requested by the Customer will be billed at the
standard rates in section 3.1.2.2 of this tariff.
2.
Shared Minutes of Long Distance
The Cox Office Solutions Flex (COSF) includes a block of shared minutes of interstate
and intrastate long distance. The block of minutes is pooled among all lines. Any
unused minutes remaining at the end of the billing period will not carry over to the
next billing period. Interstate calls in excess of the pooled block will be billed at six
(6) cents per minute per the Company’s FFC Domestic tariff. Intrastate calls will be
billed at six (6) cents per minute per the Company’s Local and Intrastate tariffs.
Business Access Lines
5-8 Lines
9-12 Lines
13-22 Lines
Standard Block of
LD Minutes
600 Minutes#
800 Minutes#
1000 Minutes
Rate per
Block of
Minutes
$30.00
$40.00
$50.00
# Customer may upgrade Long Distance minutes to next block of minutes for an
additional $10.00 per month.
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Issue Date: September 10, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: September 21, 2004
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COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
FIRST REVISED PAGE NO. 149
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.7
2.
Cox Office Solutions Flex, cont’d
Regulations, cont’d
3.
High-Speed Internet Access
The COSF also includes options for high-speed Internet access from the Cox-Affiliated
Company. The customer must purchase this Internet access to receive the pricing
below for telephone service.
3.
Rates and Charges
The table below defines the telephony charges associated with the COSF offering in
the State of Nebraska.
Business Access Lines
5-8 Lines
9-12 Lines
13-22 Lines
Installation Charge
Pooled Long
Distance
Minutes
$30.00
$40.00
$50.00
1 Year
2 Year
3 Year
Term
Term
Term
(per line) (per line) (per line)
$29.00
$26.10
$24.65
$29.00
$26.10
$24.65
$29.00
$26.10
$24.65
$499.00
$374.25
$0.00
5 Year
Term
(per line)
$23.20
$23.20
$23.20
$0.00
9.8 Phone Control Package
(C)
Phone Control Package: Provides a residential Customer with the following
features: Caller ID, Call Return, Priority Ringing, Selective Call Rejection, Selective
Call Acceptance, Long Distance Alert.
Residential Optional Features
(per line equipped)
Phone Control Package
Monthly
Recurring
9.90(I)
Per
Use
NRC
10.00

If a high-speed internet customer is adding telephony service under this package, the
installation charges would apply as defined in section 3 of this tariff.
Issue Date: December 21, 2004
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
Effective Date: January 1, 2005
(C/I)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 150
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.9
OPTIONAL CALL PLANS (obsolete service)
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Cox LD Solutions III
Cox LD Solutions III is a one-, two- or three-year term long distance direct dialed call
plan. The call plan is available to new and existing customers that choose Cox Local
and Long Distance, both PIC and LPIC. The plan covers the 48 contiguous states.
Calls to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the
standard rate of $0.10 per-minute. All minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based
on the cumulative minutes of interstate and intrastate usage, except for toll minutes to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Domestic calls terminating in
the 50 states and the District of Columbia will be billed in 6-second increments and
rounded up to the next highest increment. All calls terminating in Canada, Puerto Rico
and US Virgin Islands will be billed in 6-second increments with a 30-second minimum.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails
to meet all of the conditions set forth above, Cox may re-rate Customer’s usage during
the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based on the term
length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If service is
terminated within the first year of the plan, the default rate of $.10/minute will be used
to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per-minute rate based on cumulative MOU’s and term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
$0.075
$0.073
$0.071
$0.069
$0.065
$0.059
$0.058
$0.056
$0.054
2 Year
$0.068
$0.067
$0.066
$0.065
$0.061
$0.056
$0.055
$0.053
$0.051
3 Year
$0.063
$0.062
$0.061
$0.061
$0.057
$0.052
$0.051
$0.049
$0.047
(M) Material relocated from page 91.1.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 151
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.9
OPTIONAL CALL PLANS (obsolete service)
(M)
Cox LD Enterprise III
Cox LD Enterprise III is a one-, two- or three-year term direct dialed long distance call
plan. The call plan is available to new and existing customers that select Cox Local,
Cox Long Distance (both PIC and LPIC) and Cox Affiliated Company’s high-speed
Internet service. The plan covers the 48 contiguous states. Calls to Alaska, Hawaii,
Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10
per minute.
All minutes-of-use (MOU) charges will be assessed based on the
cumulative minutes of interstate and intrastate usage, except for toll minutes to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Domestic calls terminating in
the United States are billed in 6-second increments and rounded up to the next highest
increment. All calls terminating to Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands are billed in 6second increments with a 30-second minimum.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer fails
to meet all of the conditions set forth above, Cox may re-rate Customer’s usage during
the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based on the term
length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If service is
terminated within the first year of the plan, the default rate of $.10 per minute will be
used to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per-minute rate based on cumulative MOU’s and term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
$0.068
$0.066
$0.064
$0.062
$0.059
$0.053
$0.052
$0.050
$0.049
2 Year
$0.061
$0.060
$0.059
$0.059
$0.055
$0.050
$0.050
$0.048
$0.046
3 Year
$0.057
$0.056
$0.055
$0.055
$0.051
$0.047
$0.046
$0.044
$0.042
(M) Material relocated from page 91.2.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 152
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.9
OPTIONAL CALL PLANS (obsolete service)
(M)
Cox Toll-Free Solutions III
The Cox Toll-Free Solutions III call plan provides Business Customers with an inbound
toll free call plan. Business Customers will select from a one-, two- or three-year term
call plan. The plan covers the 48 contiguous states. Calls from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto
Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10 perminute. Calls from Canada will be assessed at the rate of $.08 per minute. All
minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based on the cumulative minutes of interstate
and intrastate usage, excluding minutes from Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and
the U.S. Virgin Islands. Domestic calls originating within the United States are billed in
6-second increments and rounded up to the next highest increment.
All calls
originated from Canada, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands are billed in 6-second
increments with a 30-second minimum.
Calls that originate and terminate in the State of Nebraska will be assessed the
following per-minute rate based on cumulative MOU’s and term selected:
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
$0.075
$0.073
$0.071
$0.069
$0.065
$0.059
$0.058
$0.056
$0.054
2 Year
$0.068
$0.067
$0.066
$0.065
$0.061
$0.056
$0.055
$0.053
$0.051
3 Year
$0.063
$0.062
$0.061
$0.061
$0.057
$0.052
$0.051
$0.049
$0.047
(M) Material relocated from page 92.10.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 153
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.9
OPTIONAL CALL PLANS (obsolete service)
(M)
Cox Dedicated LD Solutions III
Cox Dedicated LD Solutions III is a one, two or three-year term dedicated direct dialed
long distance call plan that provides eligible Business Customers a competitively priced
long distance product for calls terminating in the continental United States. Calls to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be assessed at the
standard rate of $0.10 per-minute. The call plan is available to new and existing
customers that choose Cox Local and Cox Long Distance (both PIC and LPIC). All
minutes-of-use (MOU) charges will be assessed based on the cumulative dedicated
long distance minutes of interstate and intrastate usage, except for toll minutes to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may re-rate Customer's
usage during the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based
on the term length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If
service is terminated within the first year of the plan, the month-to-month rate of
$.10/minute will apply to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in Nebraska will be assessed the per-minute rates as
detailed below. All minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based on the cumulative
minutes of interstate (continental United States) and intrastate usage. Calls
terminating in Nebraska are billed in 6-second increments with a 6-second minimum.
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
$0.075
$0.073
$0.071
$0.069
$0.065
$0.059
$0.058
$0.056
$0.054
2 Year
$0.068
$0.067
$0.066
$0.065
$0.061
$0.056
$0.055
$0.053
$0.051
3 Year
$0.063
$0.062
$0.061
$0.061
$0.057
$0.052
$0.051
$0.049
$0.047
(M) Material relocated from page 92.14.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 154
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.9
OPTIONAL CALL PLANS (obsolete service)
(M)
Cox Dedicated LD Enterprise III
Cox Dedicated LD Enterprise III is a one-, two- or three-year term dedicated direct
dialed long distance call plan. Calls to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin
Islands will be assessed at the standard rate of $0.10 per-minute. The call plan is
available to new and existing Customers that choose Cox for their Local, Long Distance
(both PIC and LPIC) and Cox Affiliated Company’s high-speed internet service. All
minutes-of-use (MOU) charges will be assessed based on the cumulative dedicated
long distance minutes of interstate and intrastate usage, except for toll minutes to
Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may re-rate Customer's
usage during the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based
on the term length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If
service is terminated within the first year of the plan, the month-to-month rate of
$.10/minute will apply to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Calls that originate and terminate in Nebraska will be assessed the per-minute rates as
detailed below. All minutes-of-use charges will be assessed based on the cumulative
minutes of interstate (continental United States) and intrastate usage. Calls
terminating in Nebraska are billed in 6-second increments with a 6-second minimum.
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
$0.068
$0.066
$0.064
$0.062
$0.059
$0.053
$0.052
$0.050
$0.049
2 Year
$0.061
$0.060
$0.059
$0.059
$0.055
$0.050
$0.050
$0.048
$0.046
3 Year
$0.057
$0.056
$0.055
$0.055
$0.051
$0.047
$0.046
$0.044
$0.042
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Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
(M)
COX NEBRASKA TELCOM, L.L.C.
d/b/a “COX COMMUNICATIONS”
NEBRASKA PSC TARIFF NO. 1
ORIGINAL PAGE NO. 155
LOCAL EXCHANGE SERVICE
SECTION 9 – OBSOLETE SERVICES
9.9
OPTIONAL CALL PLANS (obsolete service)
(M)
Cox Dedicated TF Solutions III
Cox Dedicated TF Solutions III is a one-, two- or three-year term dedicated toll free call
plan. Calls from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be
assessed at the standard rate of $0.10 per-minute. Calls from Canada will be assessed
at the rate of $.08 per minute. The call plan is available to new and existing customers
that choose Cox Local and Cox Toll Free. The plan covers the 48 contiguous states. All
minutes-of-use (MOU) charges will be assessed based on the cumulative dedicated toll
free minutes of interstate and intrastate.
If the plan is terminated prior to the expiration of the selected term, or Customer
fails to meet all of the conditions set forth in this tariff, Cox may re-rate Customer's
usage during the term of the plan to the commitment rate properly chargeable based
on the term length actually achieved by Customer up to the termination date. If
service is terminated within the first year of the plan, the month-to-month rate of
$.10/minute will apply to re-rate all usage charges up to the termination date.
Domestic calls originating in the United States are billed in 6-second increments with a
6-second minimum. All calls originating in Canada, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
are billed in 6-second increments with a 30-second minimum. Calls that originate and
terminate in Nebraska will be assessed the per-minute rates as detailed below. All
minutes-of-use charges are assessed based on the cumulative MOU’s of interstate
(continental United States) and intrastate usage.
Minutes-Of-Use
0-249
250-499
500-999
1,000-2,499
2,500-4,999
5,000-9,999
10,000-49,999
50,000-99,999
100,000+
1 Year
$0.075
$0.073
$0.071
$0.069
$0.065
$0.059
$0.058
$0.056
$0.054
2 Year
$0.068
$0.067
$0.066
$0.065
$0.061
$0.056
$0.055
$0.053
$0.051
3 Year
$0.063
$0.062
$0.061
$0.061
$0.057
$0.052
$0.051
$0.049
$0.047
(M) Material relocated from page 92.20.
Issue Date: November 5, 2009
Effective Date: November 15, 2009
Issued By: Martin Corcoran
Director, Tariff Development
Cox Communications, Inc.
1400 Lake Hearn Drive
Atlanta, GA 30319
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