The KUSF charge was mandated by the Kansas Corporation Commission to ensure all customers in rural high-cost areas of the state have access to affordable service. This charge also supports the Lifeline program, Kansas Relay Services, Telecommunications Access Program as well as network enhancements and upgrades in rural areas. It is applied to all services including Internet, telephone and long distance.
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- Bill Explanation
- What is the Kansas Universal Service Fund (KUSF)?
- How do I dispute Pay-Per-Call billing errors?
- What is the federal “Access Recovery Charge” (ARC) listed on my bill?
- This is my first month of service and it looks like I have been double billed. Is this correct?
- What does the E-911 Surcharge cover?
- What taxes are included on my bill?
- What is the interstate access charge listed on my bill?
- Options for setting up recurring bill payments
- Using Haviland Broadband's eBill Online Bill Pay System
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