Who would have ever thought that i could have already put some many miles on my 1990 Beretta GT . Well This Rainy Sunday i Did it. Yes on our way home from Lehighton after shopping at Big Lots and Country Junction on Rt 248 it hit the Big 60,000 mile mark!!!
After months of paying Verizon Dsl a 2.75 FUSF Fee that they lobbied was unfair and that they should not have to pay towards this and force their costumers to pay to cover their cost.
Now get this the FCC has ruled that they do not have to pay a Federal Universal Service charge and guess what Verizon does they make up a new fee calledÂ a “Supplier Surcharge” with a cost of 2.70 a month.
I guess they lived up to the part that they did not feel they should pay anything extra but not the part of their costumers not paying extra :
Hers the text of their letter they sent via email:
Dear Valued Verizon Online Customer,
Effective August 14, 2006, Verizon Online will stop charging the FUSF (Federal Universal Ser vice Fund) recovery fee. We will stop being assessed the fee by our DSL network suppliers. Therefore, we will no longer be recovering this fee from our customers. The impact of the FUSF fee is as follows: for customers of Verizon Online with service up to 768Kbps, the fee eliminated is $1.25 a month; for customers of Verizon Online with service up to 1.5 Mbps or 3Mbps, the fee eliminated is $2.83 a month (based on current FUSF surcharge amounts).Â On your bill that includes charges for August 14, 2006 you will see either a partial FUSF Recovery Fee or no FUSF line item at all, depending on your bill cycle.
Starting August 26, 2006, Verizon Online will begin charging a Supplier Surcharge for all new DSL customers, existing customers with a DSL monthly or bundle package, and existing DSL annual plan customers at the time their current annual plan expires.Â This surcharge is not a government imposed fee or a tax; however, it is intended to help offset costs we incur from our network supplier in providing Verizon Online DSL service. The Supplier Surcharge will initially be set at $1.20 a month for Verizon Online DSL customers with service up to 768Kbps and $2.70 per month for customers with DSL service at higher speeds.
On balance your total bill will remain about the same as it has been or slightly lower.
For more information, see the Announcement in the Help section of Verizon Central, located at http://central.verizon.net
We regret the need to add this Supplier Surcharge, but we thank you for choosing high speed Verizon Online DSL. We appreciate and value your business.
Broadband Customer Care Team
In doing some online research it looks like the Fcc is looking into these fees, along with verizon a couple other carriers had added like fees. BellSouth Corp., the No. 3 U.S. local telephone company, on Friday said it will immediately drop a $2.97 monthly fee for its high-speed Internet service after U.S. communications regulators threatened to question the charge.
If you have Verison DSL Service, Check your Bills and Write to verizon to voice your opinoin Here