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You can update your billing information online in the customer service portal. Once logged in, under Account then Billing click on the Edit icon under Payment Method. Once updated, click Save.
From your customer service portal, under "Account" go to "Billing" then “Invoices” and search by date range then from the results, click on the "Invoice ID" to view details.
After logging into your account, select "Reports" then "Calls" from the sub-menu. Adjust the date range and submit. To review details for a specific call, click on the Call ID link. You will find call duration, head count, telephone numbers, and participant entry and leave times.
From your customer service portal, under "Reports" go to "Calls". Calls will be listed in most recent first and to see the total minutes look under Duration.
Your minutes are counted per minute, per caller. To quickly identify how many minutes a call will be, multiply the number of attendees with the total duration of your call in minutes. Dedicated dial-in example: 5 guests X 30 minutes = 150 minutes. 150 minutes X $0.02 = $3.00. For further reading, check out: Toll or Toll-Free Service? and Who pays for a conference call?
No. You will only be charged for conference call minutes used. There are no minimums or monthly subscription fees whatsoever.
After logging into your account, go to Account then Billing. You'll see a "Change Plan" option next to your conference code. Click that link and select your updated plan then hit submit when you are done.
Note: Upgrades are effective immediately and downgrades take effect the next billing cycle. Also check out our new screen sharing for online meetings.
After logging in to your account, go to Account then Billing and you'll see a "Delete" option for your conference code. Select delete to remove your conference code which will also end your plan.
After logging in, underneath your Conference Code you'll see the plan associated with your conference code from your Dashboard.
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The Universal Service Fund (USF) is a government administered fund to support the provision of telecommunications services in rural and high cost areas, to low income consumers and to schools, libraries and healthcare facilities nationwide. All telecommunications providers contribute to the USF on an equal percentage. The contribution factor changes quarterly and represents a percentage of end user revenues.
The Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) is an entity created by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to administer the federal Universal Service Fund. USAC is responsible for collecting contributions owed by contributors and for making support payments to entities eligible for reimbursement from the Fund.
The USF fee is set by the FCC quarterly and collected by USAC. The fee is a percentage of end users revenues. The USF fee averages 14% based on the last 7 quarters. For a detailed listing of the current and actual rates, please visit: Contribution Factors.
The USF fee is set by the FCC every quarter and collected by USAC. The historical rates are:
Q3 2012 15.7%, Q2 2012 17.4%, Q1 2012 17.9%
Q4 2011 15.3%, Q3 2011 14.4%, Q2 2011 14.9%
Congress authorized the FCC to implement the Universal Service Fund. The USF is mandated by Section 254 of the Communications Act.
USF allocation is displayed on your invoice per FCC regulations as a separate, clearly defined line item. A description may also be printed on the invoice defining what the fee is and where more information can be found.
Yes, this fee is not a sales tax and is mandated for all telecommunication services. Charitable, not-for-profit and religious organizations are not exempt from this fee.
The decision made by the FCC requires Vast Conference and all other audio conference providers to file quarterly forms with USAC that show all telecommunications sold and remit the fee assessed by the FCC. Vast Conference is complying with the order of the FCC.
Yes, the FCC order from June 30, 2008 states that all providers of telecommunications which includes audio conferencing must comply and contribute. The FCC has directed the USAC to ensure that all conferencing service providers abide.
100% of the USF fees collected go to the government to support the provision of telecommunications services in rural and high cost areas, to low income consumers and to schools, libraries and healthcare facilities nationwide.