CARRIER COST RECOVERY CHARGE (formerly, Federal Annual Regulatory Fee Charge)

 

The Carrier Cost Recovery Charge (CCRC) is Aa charge equal to 4.0% percent of all eligible telecommunications and interconnected VoIP service charges, excluding Taxes, appearing on a Customerís invoice will apply to telecommunications services subject to direct regulation by the Federal Communications Commission as well as to interconnected VoIP service charges treated as interstate under FCC rules.† Company imposes the CCRC  This charge is being imposed to recover regulatory costs it amounts incurs red by Company for regulatory costs and for telecommunications services for the speech and hearing-impaired and local number portability. This is a Company charge, not a Tax or fee that the government requires Company to collect. The  Federal Universal Service Fund (FUSF)  charge applies to the CCRC.

 

 

CARRIER ANNUAL REGULATORY CHARGE

 

 

The Carrier Annual Regulatory Charge (CARC) is Aa charge equal to 0.47% percent of all eligible telecommunications and interconnected VoIP service charges, excluding Taxes, appearing on a Customerís invoice will apply to telecommunications services subject to direct regulation by the Federal Communications Commission as well as to interconnected VoIP service charges treated as interstate under FCC rules.† Company imposes the CARC This charge is being imposed to recover amounts it incurrsed by Company for contributions to the FCC for the Federal Annual Regulatory Fee payments to the Federal Communications Commission. This is a Company charge, not a Tax or fee that the government requires Company to collect. The  Federal Universal Service Fund (FUSF)  charge applies to the CCRC.