Verizon native entry and taxes on a cross join


Howdy WHT membersWe have a Verizon IP Transit circuit which is solely a port we’re connecting to within an information middle utilizing a Cross Join.

Verizon is charging for native entry, when there may be none, they’re on not and the cross join goes from cupboard to their gear in a meet me room.

Not solely are they charging for native entry which doesn’t exist, one thing that no different provider does (They solely cost a port charge for the IP Transit) however they’re additionally charging FUSF taxes on that native entry.

When contacting Verizon’s tax crew we requested as to why they’re charging FUSF tax on a neighborhood circuit that doesn’t cross state traces (Interstate vs Intrastate) and their reply was “as a result of the native entry a part of the circuit is linked on one website to web entry which when used it would cross state traces (eg web utilization is world) This appears odd contemplating they aren’t the arbiter of how the service shall be used, and I’ve by no means seen some other provider do that.

As for the native entry, one can solely marvel why they’re charging this in any respect not to mention the tax. If anybody has expertise with this and will chime in that will be extremely appreciated!

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