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AT&T - Illinois Call Plan Unlimited - 3 Features Enhanced

Call Plan Unlimited - 3 Features Enhanced gives you total local calling freedom with Unlimited local calling from home, caller ID with Name, one bill, and one number to call for customer service. Plus includes 2 Additional Features.
Price: $26.00/mo.
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Estimated Time to Connect: 5 days
Disclaimers
Terms and Conditions: Local Service not available in all areas. Some a la carte features may not be compatible with each other or may be ordered together. For residential customers only. A per line access fee for Local Service (FCC Line Charge), Universal Connectivity Charge and other charges apply.
Universal Connectivity Charge: In May of 1997, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted rules that mandated that telecommunications carriers pay into a federal program called the Universal Service Fund (USF). This fund helps provide affordable telecommunications services for low-income customers and customers in rural areas. It also provides discounts on Internet access for eligible schools, libraries and rural health care providers. The USF is collected from telecommunications carriers and administered by the Universal Service Administration Corporation. They are responsible for disbursing the funds according to eligibility criteria established by the FCC. AT&T's USF expenses are over a billion dollars a year. In the competitive industry we are in, we cannot afford to absorb the costs associated with the USF that have been imposed on AT&T. Therefore, recovery of our expenses is necessary. In July 1998, AT&T began assessing a separate monthly charge on each residential customer's bill called the "Universal Connectivity Charge". Effective July 1, 2002, this charge will change from 11.5% to 11% of your state-to-state and international long distance charges as well as any service charges. AT&T will continue to change the Universal Connectivity Charge from time to time, so that we can continue to recover our Universal Service Fund expense contribution. Every telecommunications carrier in the industry must contribute to the USF. All major telecommunications companies are recovering their USF contribution from residential customers through a separate charge. Most major carriers are charging it as a percentage of their customers' long distance charges and the amount of the percentage charge does not vary significantly among the major carriers. The money collected from this charge enables AT&T to recover its Universal Service Fund expenses and is intended to simply recover our costs. This fee will not be waived except for those customers enrolled in the AT&T Lifeline Program. Customers who choose not to pay the charge will be entered into our normal collections process. If at such time the method and/or amount of AT&T's expenses for the Universal Service Fund changes, we will adjust our policy and charges accordingly.