Employee Telephone Services Contract
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
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Terms and Conditions
There are NO surcharge fees. Calls can be made from any on-campus extension (UW calling cards cannot be used off-campus). Billing records are considered confidential.
EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITY: All phone calls made against your card are your responsibility. UW Long Distance calling cards are property of the University of Wyoming and must be surrendered upon request. In the case of loss or theft, you will be responsible for all charges incurred until the time you report, in writing, the loss or theft of the calling card to the IT Billing office, room 326, ITC, 766-4357, option 2. There is no charge for card replacement.
BILLING: You will be billed monthly for your long-distance calls and any other optional services desired. The bill will be delivered to your on-campus address unless otherwise specified. Payment must be made within 20 days to the UW Cashier’s Office or service may be discontinued. Problems with billing must be identified within 30 days of receipt of bill.
A deposit is not required. You will have an initial credit limit of $100.00 unless other arrangements are made. When your account exceeds the $100.00 limit, long-distance service may be discontinued until the entire balance is paid. Notification will be made by phone or by mail that your long-distance service is being discontinued. If payment is not received within 5 days of discontinuance an additional $10.00 will be charged to reactivate your long-distance service.
CREDITS & INTERNATIONAL CALLS: Credit is not given for calls disconnected in progress, misdialed calls and poor connections. Long-distance service is limited to the United States and Canada unless requested otherwise. In many international countries, calls may be billed in an All-Circuits-Busy condition. When this occurs the employee will be billed for the call since UW is billed for the call. In general, credit is not given for any problems with international calls. If problems are encountered to a particular country it is suggested the employee use another long-distance carrier's card.
UNPAID BILLS & FRAUD: Unpaid telephone bills are subject to University employee account policies which include, but are not limited to the withholding of wages from payroll checks. Failure to pay your bill may result in assessment of collection costs, including collection agency costs, court cost and attorney fees. Returned checks will result in a fine according to University policy. Fraudulent use, misuse or theft of UW telephone services and calling cards is considered a theft of service under Wyoming State Law and is a punishable offense.