2017 Bandwidth Exemption Packet
All exemption forms in one convenient package
Federal Universal Service Fund Certificate (FUSF)
Covers Federal Universal Service Fund surcharge
Federal Excise Certificate (FET)
Covers Federal Excise Tax
911 Exemption Certificate
Covers 911/E911 and other Regulatory taxes, fees and surcharges on wholesale service
Regulatory Exemption Certificate(REG)
Covers state regulatory fees such as state PUC fees, TRS and DEAF surcharges
Multijurisdiction Exemption Certificate (MULTI)
Covers most states’ sales and telecommunication taxes
Gross Receipts Exemption Certificate(GRT)
Covers certain state and local gross receipts tax surcharges
State Universal Service Fund Certificate (SUSF)
Covers State Universal Service Fund surcharges
Colorado DR-0563 - Required for resale; covers Colorado sales tax
Colorado Home Rule City-X - Required for resale; covers Colorado Home Rule City sales tax
DE-X - Covers Delaware telecommunication taxes
Florida DR-13 & DR-700015 - Covers Florida sales and telecommunications taxes
Hawaii G-17 - Required for resale; covers Hawaii sales and telecommunications taxes
Illinois CRT-61 - Required for resale; covers Illinois sales and telecommunications taxes
Indiana Form ST-109 - Covers Indiana sales taxes
Indiana Form ST-200 - Utility Sales Tax Exemption Application for Indiana State issued form
Kentucky 51A105 - Required for resale; covers Kentucky sales taxes
Louisiana R-1332 - Required for resale; covers sales and telecommunications taxes
Massachusetts ST-4 - Required for resale: covers Massachusetts sales taxes
Mississippi Sales Tax Permit - Covers Mississippi sales and telecommunications sales tax
Montana Form TEC - Covers Montana telecommunications taxes
New Hampshire DP-143 - Communications Services Tax application for New Hampshire state issued form
New Mexico Nontaxable Transaction Certificate - Covers New Mexico sales and telecommunications taxes
New Mexico ACD-31050 - Nontaxable Transaction Certificate application New Mexico state issued form
New York ST-120 - Resale certificate; covers New York sales and telecommunications taxes
New York CT-120 - Covers New York Sec. 186-e gross receipts tax surcharges and New York telecommunications taxes/fees
Pennsylvania Gross Receipts Certificate - Covers PA gross receipts tax surcharge
Virginia CT-10 - Covers Virginia sales and telecommunications taxes
Washington Reseller Permit - Required for resale; covers Washington sales taxes
What do I need to include on my exemption certificates?
- Legal Name (and d/b/a if applicable)
- All billing account numbers
- Appropriate state/local/regulatory account numbers
I notice taxes on my invoice and I should be exempt. What do I need to do?
Simple! Just contact us using the form on this page. Be sure to list the specific taxes
from which you feel you should be exempted and list account number(s) with your question or comments. We will check our records and contact
you with a resolution within one business day.
I submitted my forms. Will I get a credit for the previous invoices that were taxed?
Once your exemption or resale certificates are approved, the applicable credit(s) will be applied to your next generated invoice.
How often do I have to renew my certificates?
We request all customers complete or update their exemption certificates annually.
This ensures customers are being exempted and taxed accurately.
What happens if I submit my forms but still get taxed?
If you feel you are still being taxed incorrectly, please fill out the contact form on this
page and send your supporting documentation to email@example.com.
What is a 499 filer ID?
The 499 filer ID is the number used in the filing of your FCC forms 499 A/Q.
Information on how to obtain a 499 filer ID can be found here: http://www.lifelinesupport.org/cont/filers/obtain-a-filer-id.aspx
Where do I get the exemption number for each state for my exemption certificates?
In general, the exemption number is your registration or account number used in the
filing of the tax/fee for which you are seeking exemption. For example, if you are seeking a
sales tax exemption in North Carolina, you will use your North Carolina sales tax account
number. If you are seeking a sales tax exemption in Rhode Island, you will enter your FEIN
(the state of Rhode Island does not issue sales tax account numbers). You can contact The
Department of Revenue for the jurisdiction in question for additional information.