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1 (APPROVED) Page 1 of 13 Description: KY Information Highway 2 Sub Type: CMA-Fluctuating Price C O N T R A C T O R Effective Date: 01 Feb 2005 Administered By: HIREN DESAI Telephone: (502) ext (281 ) BELLSOUTH BUSINESS SYSTEMS 9100 SHELBYVILLE RD SUITE 300 LOUISVILLE KY USA Expiration Date: 30 Jun 2010 Cited Authority: FAP Competitive Negotiations Issued By: KATHRYN LYLES, FINANCE BUYER 1 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 10 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $1, OC3 (ATM), Local Access Rate 100 Category B Services 0 Each $ Kbs Digital Point to Point, Local Access Rate 101 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 102 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 103 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 104 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 105 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Point to Point, Local Access Rate 106 Category B Services 0 Each $ T1 ISDN (PRI), Local Access Rate 107 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Local Access Rate 108 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS3 (ATM), Local Access Rate 109 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS3 (Frame Relay), Local Access Rate

2 Page 2 of Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DSL Access to VPN, Local Access Rate 110 Category B Services 0 Each $1, OC3 (ATM), Local Access Rate 111 Category B Services 0 Each $ DSL - Business Class, Local Access Rate 112 Category B Services 0 Each $ DSL - Consumer Class, Local Access Rate 113 Category B Services 0 Each $ , Local Access Rate 114 Category B Services 0 Each $1, , Local Access Rate 115 Category B Services 0 Each $2, Gigabit Ethernet, Local Access Rate 116 Category B Services 0 Each $ Sub rate Analog (i.e. 9.6, 19.2 Kbps) Point-Point, Backbone Rate 117 Category B Services 0 Each $ Sub rate Analog (i.e. 9.6, 19.2 Kbps) Multi-Point*, Backbone Rate 118 Category B Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 119 Category B Services 0 Each $ Kbs Digital Point to Point, Backbone Rate 12 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ , Local Access Rate 120 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 121 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 122 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 123 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 124 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Point to Point, Backbone Rate

3 Page 3 of Category B Services 0 Each $ T1 ISDN (PRI), Backbone Rate 126 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Backbone Rate 127 Category B Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (ATM), Backbone Rate 128 Category B Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (Frame Relay), Backbone Rate 129 Category B Services 0 Each $8, OC3 (ATM), Backbone Rate 13 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $1, , Local Access Rate 130 Category B Services 0 Each $ DSL - Business Class, Backbone Rate 131 Category B Services 0 Each $ DSL - Consumer Class, Backbone Rate 132 Category B Services 0 Each $ , Backbone Rate 133 Category B Services 0 Each $ , Backbone Rate 134 Category B Services 0 Each $ Gigabit Ethernet, Backbone Rate 135 Category B Services 0 Each $ Sub rate Analog (i.e. 9.6, 19.2 Kbps) Point-Point, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 136 Category B Services 0 Each $ Sub rate Analog (i.e. 9.6, 19.2 Kbps) Multi-Point*, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 137 Category B Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 138 Category B Services 0 Each $ Kbs Digital Point to Point, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 139 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 14 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $2, Gigabit Ethernet, Local Access Rate

4 Page 4 of Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 141 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 142 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 143 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Point to Point, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 144 Category B Services 0 Each $ T1 ISDN (PRI), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 145 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 146 Category B Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (ATM), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 147 Category B Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (Frame Relay), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 148 Category B Services 0 Each $9, OC3 (ATM), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 149 Category B Services 0 Each $ DSL - Business Class, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 15 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 150 Category B Services 0 Each $ DSL - Consumer Class, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 151 Category B Services 0 Each $ , Category Cost Total (O CIR) 152 Category B Services 0 Each $1, , Category Cost Total (O CIR) 153 Category B Services 0 Each $2, Gigabit Ethernet, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 154 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 155 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt

5 Page 5 of Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 157 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 158 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 159 Category B Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (ATM), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 16 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 160 Category B Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (Frame Relay), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 161 Category B Services 0 Each $9, OC3 (ATM), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 162 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 163 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 164 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 165 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 166 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 167 Category B Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (ATM), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 168 Category B Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (Frame Relay), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 169 Category B Services 0 Each $10, OC3 (ATM), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt 17 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 170 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt

6 Page 6 of Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 172 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 173 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 174 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 175 Category B Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (ATM), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 176 Category B Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (Frame Relay), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 177 Category B Services 0 Each $10, OC3 (ATM), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt 178 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt 179 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt 18 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 180 Category B Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt 181 Category B Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt 182 Category B Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Full CIR or VBR-nrt 183 Category B Services 0 Each $8, DS3 (ATM), Full CIR or VBR-nrt 184 Category B Services 0 Each $8, DS3 (Frame Relay), Full CIR or VBR-nrt 185 Category B Services 0 Each $11, OC3 (ATM), Full CIR or VBR-nrt 186 Network Pricing, Voice Service Category 0 Minute $ Long Distance - A 2.5 Million (2.2 Intrastate) Dedicated, Rate Per Minute

7 Page 7 of Network Pricing, Voice Service Category 0 Minute $ LD - A Switched, Rate Per Minute 188 Network Pricing, Voice Service Category 0 Minute $ Service - B Dedicated, Rate Per Minute 189 Network Pricing, Voice Service Category 0 Minute $ Service - B Switched, Rate Per Minute 19 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Backbone Rate 190 Network Pricing, Voice Service Category 0 Minute $ Billed Calling Card Service - C (40,000 Frankfort), Rate Per Minute 191 Network Pricing, Voice Service Category 0 Minute $ Single Use (Prepaid) Calling Cards, Rate Per Minute 192 Network Pricing, Internet Dial Up Services 0 Month $ National POP Roaming 193 Network Pricing, Internet Dial Up Services 0 Hour $ Roaming Option per Account 194 Network Pricing, Internet Dial Up Services 0 Each $ BellSouth POP Roaming (200 regional POPS) 195 Network Pricing, Internet Dial Up Services 0 Hour $ GSP POP (UUNet/MCI) roaming outside region 196 Network Pricing, Internet Dial Up Services 0 Hour $ Roaming 197 Network Pricing, Internet Services 0 Each $ Dedicated Internet Access - One Frankfort Location for connectivity - COT only (this facility provided for Dedicated Internet will be whatever size facility is deemed appropriate for future growth. The service will include a managed router. BellSouth will monitor usage and advise COT whenever 80% utilization is reached.), per Megabyte 198 Network Pricing, Internet Services 0 Each $ Dedicated Internet Backup Access - One Frankfort, KY COT Location for Backup (this service will provide one back-up connection, including managed router, for up to 155 Mbps should the main connection described above go down. This back-up connection will only be used when the main connection is out of service or not working.), per Megabyte 199 Network Pricing, Internet Services 0 Each $ VPN Internet Access statewide, per Megabyte 2 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 20 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Access to VPN, Backbone Rate

8 Page 8 of Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Backbone Rate 22 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (ATM), Backbone Rate 23 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (Frame Relay), Backbone Rate 24 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $8, OC3 (ATM), Backbone Rate 25 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DSL Access to VPN, Backbone Rate 26 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $1, , Backbone Rate 27 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $6, , Backbone Rate 28 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $27, Gigabit Ethernet, Backbone Rate 29 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 3 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 30 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 31 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $2, Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 32 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 33 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 34 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Access to VPN, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 35 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 36 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (ATM), Category Cost Total (O CIR)

9 Page 9 of Category A VPN Services 0 Each $6, DS3 (Frame Relay), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 38 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $9, OC3 (ATM), Category Cost Total (O CIR) 39 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DSL Access to VPN, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 4 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 40 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $1, , Category Cost Total (O CIR) 41 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $7, , Category Cost Total (O CIR) 42 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $29, Gigabit Ethernet, Category Cost Total (O CIR) 43 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 44 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 45 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 46 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 47 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 48 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 49 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (ATM), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 5 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Local Access Rate 50 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (Frame Relay), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 51 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $9, OC3 (ATM), 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW

10 Page 10 of Category A VPN Services 0 Each $2, , 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 53 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $8, , 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 54 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $31, Gigabit Ethernet, 1/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 55 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 56 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 57 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 58 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 59 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 6 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Access to VPN, Local Access Rate 60 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 61 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (ATM), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 62 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (Frame Relay), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 63 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $10, OC3 (ATM), 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 64 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $2, , 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 65 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $8, , 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 66 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $32, Gigabit Ethernet, 1/2 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 67 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW

11 Page 11 of Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 69 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 7 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Local Access Rate 70 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 71 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 72 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 73 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (ATM), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 74 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $7, DS3 (Frame Relay), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 75 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $10, OC3 (ATM), 3/4 CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 76 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 77 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-128 Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 78 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-256 Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 79 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ Fractional T1-384 Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 8 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS3 (ATM), Local Access Rate 80 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 81 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS1 (ATM), Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 82 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $8, DS3 (ATM), Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW

12 Page 12 of Category A VPN Services 0 Each $8, DS3 (Frame Relay), Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 84 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $11, OC3 (ATM), Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 85 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $2, , Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 86 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $9, , Full CIR or VBR-nrt or CBW 87 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, QOS-Basic 88 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Access to VPN, QOS-Basic 89 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $8, DS3 (Frame Relay), QOS-Basic 9 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ DS3 (Frame Relay), Local Access Rate 90 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $2, , QOS-Basic 91 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $10, , QOS-Basic 92 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Frame Relay, QOS - Prem 93 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $ T Kbps Access to VPN, QOS - Prem 94 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $9, DS3 (Frame Relay), QOS - Prem 95 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $2, , QOS - Prem 96 Category A VPN Services 0 Each $11, , QOS - Prem 97 Category B Services 0 Each $ Sub rate Analog (i.e. 9.6, 19.2 Kbps) Point-Point, Local Access Rate 98 Category B Services 0 Each $ Sub rate Analog (i.e. 9.6, 19.2 Kbps) Multi-Point*, Local Access Rate

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