WIRELINE BROADBAND INTERNET ACCESS SERVICE                                  Colton Telephone Company
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE                               Page 1 of 4 Effective: July 2010
These Terms and Conditions of Service (Terms and Conditions) apply to Wireline Broadband
Internet Access Service (WBIAS) offerings furnished by Colton Telephone Company, hereinafter
referred to as the “Telephone Company”, with its principal address 20983 S. Highway 211, Colton, OR.
The Company is an Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier (ILEC). The WBIAS offerings provided
under this Terms and Conditions are the transport component of WBIAS, as defined in the Federal
Communications Commission’s Report and Order in CC Dockets Nos. 02‐33 and 01‐337 released
September 23, 2005, FCC 05‐150 (“Broadband Internet Order”). This Terms and Conditions is intended to
comply with the requirements for permissive detariffing of the transmission component of WBIAS as set
forth in 90 of the Broadband Internet Order.
2.1 Wireline Broadband Internet Access Service
This section contains the rules and regulations pertaining to the provision of
Wireline Broadband Internet Access Service (“WBIAS”).
(A) Service Description
WBIAS is an access data technology service that provides high‐speed
connections over existing local exchange service facilities that can be used for
simultaneous voice and data communications.
(B) Service Provisioning
WBIAS is provisioned over existing Telephone Company facilities and
transported to the Telephone Company’s backbone network. WBIAS provides a
connection from the customer designated location (CDL) to the WBIAS
connection point. Access from the Telephone Company’s WBIAS connection
point will be provided via Special Access, where facilities permit.
The Telephone Company will qualify the WBIAS between the CDL and the
serving wire center. The purpose of qualification is to determine the
availability and suitability of existing Telephone Company facilities to
provide the service. The Telephone Company will not provision this
service on facilities which are not suitable for WBIAS.
The Telephone Company does not undertake to originate data, but offers
the use of its service components, where available, to customers for the
purpose of transporting customer‐originated data.
Colton Telephone Company
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2.1 Wireline Broadband Internet Access Service (Cont’d)

(B) Service Provisioning (Cont’d)
WBIAS will be provided over existing Telephone Company local exchange
service lines. Rates and regulations for WBIAS are in addition to any rates
and regulations that apply for the associated local exchange service line
provided under the terms and conditions in the Telephone Company’s
general and/or local exchange service tariffs. The Telephone Company
will automatically disconnect WBIAS when the associated local exchange
service line is disconnected for any reason.
WBIAS will be provided subject to the availability and limitations of
Telephone Company wire centers and outside plant facilities and is only
available where technical capabilities permit.
(C) Responsibility of the Telephone Company
The Telephone Company will provision and maintain WBIAS for the
customer up to and including the Network Interface Device (NID). The
Telephone Company will advise the customer of the equipment necessary
to support WBIAS.
(D) Rights of the Telephone Company
The Telephone Company will not provision WBIAS if the Telephone
Company reasonably determines that (a) it is not technically feasible over
existing facilities or (b) it will cause interference problems with existing
During the Telephone Company’s network maintenance and software
update periods, it may be necessary to place the WBIAS wire center out
of service. The Telephone Company reserves the right to temporarily
interrupt WBIAS at other times in emergency situations.
(E) Responsibility of the Customer
The customer is responsible for providing compatible customer provided
equipment (CPE) that is used for connection to WBIAS.
The customer is responsible for providing the Telephone Company with
the necessary information (e.g., Data Link Connection Identifier(s) (DLCI),
Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC), and/or Internet Protocol (IP) to provision
Colton Telephone Company
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2.1 Wireline Broadband Internet Access Service (Cont’d)
(F) Rate Regulations
(1) Rate Elements
There is a monthly rate charge applicable to WBIAS. The monthly rate
for the WBIAS Line Charge applies each month or fraction thereof for
each WBIAS line ordered by the customer.
(2) Rate Application
One rate option is available for WBIAS, the Wholesale Rate Plan (WRP)
The Wholesale Rate Plan (WRP) option is available to customers for the
purpose of combining these services with its own services to create a
bundled retail service sold to its end user customers. Specific provisions
apply to customers that purchase service under the WRP option and are
specified in below.
(3) Wholesale Rate Plan (WRP)
The services offered under WBIAS Wholesale Rate Plan (WRP)
are provided at wholesale rates to the customer under the
conditions listed above.
(a) The customer purchases WBIAS as described in Section
2.1, preceding, for the purpose of combining these telecommunications
services with its own information service(s) to create a new retail service for
sale to its end user customer(s).
(b) In addition to the obligations specified in 2.1, preceding,
the customer assumes the following obligations:
(1) The customer will deal directly with its end user
customers with respect to all matters pertaining to the
service provided, including marketing, sales, ordering,
installation, maintenance, trouble reporting, repair,
billing and collections. The customer will not direct its
end users to contact the Telephone Company for any
aspect of the service the customer provides.
(2) The customer will submit orders for WBIAS to
Company in a format and manner designated by the
Telephone Company.
When the customer purchases WBIAS under the WBIAS
WRP, the rates and charges in 3.1, following will apply.
A monthly charge applies for each WBIAS line covered
under the WRP.
Colton Telephone Company
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3. RATES AND CHARGES – Set by the Company Board of Directors and update as appropriate.
Last update on May 1, 2014.
3.1 Wireline Broadband Internet Access Service (WBIAS)
Monthly     Nonrecurring
Rate                 Charges
Wholesale Rate Plan (WRP) 3 yr. term

1M/6M bundled with voice    $11.51    $185.00
3M/15M bundled with voice    $17.05     $185.00
25M/75M bundled with voice    $18.31    $185.00
(B) WBIAS Access Service Connection
Per 10 Mbps         $426.71    $1,350.00
Per 100 Mbps       $1,945.27 $1,550.00