CSI's banking IT systems offer telecommunications managed services to banking and commercial customers through CSI Telecom and Aero Communications.
- Telecommunications Systems
CSI Telecom not only delivers data connectivity via circuits and telephone line ownership, but also provides network maintenance and support for critical banking telecommunications.
Plus, as a single-source technology provider, CSI enables financial institutions to streamline vendor management by utilizing CSI Telecom and Aero Communications in addition to our other Managed Services solutions.
- Commercial Telecommunications
In addition to serving bank customers across the Unites States, CSI Telecom offers telecommunication services to commercial customers in western Kentucky and southern Illinois.
CSI Telecom Service Offerings
Telecommunication services for banking and commercial customers include:
- Managed Internet Service Provider (ISP) Services (CSINet)
- Managed Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connectivity
- Managed Voice Conferencing Service
- Managed Wireless Connectivity
- Network to Network Interface (NNI)
- Wire Line Private Circuits
To learn more about CSI’s bank telecommunications services, complete a contact request form or contact us directly at:
Physical Location/Billing Address:
CSI Telecom Group, Inc.
3901 Technology Drive
Paducah, Kentucky 42001
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
8 AM - 5 PM CST
Sales/Support: (270) 448-4247
Toll-Free: (800) 203-1853
Fax: (270) 575-0672
Regulatory Notifications for Existing Customers:
REGULATORY RECOVERY FEE NOTIFICATION
Effective March 1, 2017, your CSI Telecommunications billing will include a Regulatory Recovery Fee of three percent. The Regulatory Recovery Fee is a combination of fees, tariffs, access and usage charges imposed on CSI by a wide spectrum of governmental entities, such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), state public utility commissions, state legislatures and county and city governments. This fee is not a tax. The Regulatory Recovery Fee is a fee that includes all of the contributions that CSI is obligated to make to state and federal funds that support communications services and the operation of the FCC. If the FCC changes the charges assessed on service providers, the amount of the Regulatory Recovery Fee can increase or decrease depending on the change. The FCC annually re-calculates the rates assessed on service providers to support certain federal programs. In turn, CSI will annually re-calculate and assess the Regulatory Recovery Fee rate. The Regulatory Recovery Fee is itemized on your invoice because CSI believes in transparency and accountability, as does the FCC. The FCC mandates that all telecommunication companies’ invoices "contain full and non-misleading descriptions of charges."
FUSC DECREASE TO 17.9%
A recent FCC order changed the way telephone companies can recover their Federal Universal Service Fund contributions. Because of this change, coupled with a decrease in the FCC’s prescribed Universal Service Contribution Factor, you will see a decrease in the Federal Universal Service Charge (FUSC) amount on your bill effective April 1, 2016. The new FUSC amount is calculated by multiplying the FCC’s Universal Service Contribution Factor times your Interstate service charges. The Federal Universal Service Fund program is designed to help keep local telephone service rates affordable for all customers, in all areas of the United States.
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Aero Communications LLC, a licensed Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) is a subsidiary of CSI Telecom Group, Inc.