All telecommunications providers (including de minimis carriers) must submit FCC Form 499-A, which reports historical revenue data from 2016 and is due Monday, April 3, 2017.
Join USAC for a webinar about FCC Form 499-A, the Annual Telecommunications Reporting Worksheet. This year, we are offering four webinars, each tailored to a specific audience. Based on your primary line of telecommunications service, please select the webinar that best fits your needs. Each webinar will cover the same general information about filing the FCC Form 499-A, so there is no need to attend more than one.
Registration is free but required. Please join us!
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Live webinars from 2:00 PM-3:30 PM ET on March 6, 9, 15, and 16, 2017
March 6, 2017 – Filing FCC Form 499-A: for Wireline Local & Long Distance Companies
This webinar is intended for wireline local and long distance companies that provide wireline local calling and have revenue associated with local calling, including PICC charges (when they exist) and vertical features. We'll also cover wireline long distance calling, including international calls, and the yearly true up process.
March 9, 2017 – Filing FCC Form 499-A: for VoIP Service Providers
In this webinar, designed for VoIP service providers, we'll cover VoIP revenue, both local and long distance, including how to use the FCC's safe harbor percentages and when to send in traffic studies. (FCC Form 499-A lines 404.4, 404.5, 414.2)
March 15, 2017 – Filing FCC Form 499-A: for Mobile Service Providers (including paging and SMR)
In this webinar, designed for mobile service providers, including those providing paging services and specialized mobile radio (SMR), we'll discuss filing for mobile services (which are cell phone calling, paging, and SMR). We will also go over the non-USF assessable revenue lines of 418.1 – 418.4 and the summation/bad debt lines of 419 – 423 on the FCC Form 499-A.
March 16, 2017 – Filing FCC Form 499-A: for All Other Services
This webinar is designed for providers of all "other" services, such as those providers interested in learning about state and federal USF, local and long distance private lines, payphones (including prison payphones), prepaid cards, calls that do not originate, terminate, or transit the United States, calls that use special billing arrangements, and satellite services. (FCC Form 499-A lines 403, 406, 407, 411, 412, 413, 415, 416, 417.)