Paying Your Cruzio Bill and Using the Cruzio Account Center

billing cycle works slightly differently depending on what services you have with us. 1. DSL, Dialup, and Web Hosting A statement is issued 21 days before your payment is due. Your Cruzio bill is due on the first day of your billing cycle, and covers a month of service. So, for example, if your billing cycle starts on June 15th, your bill is due June 15th, and covers service from June 15th through July 14th. Your billing cycle is based on the…

Cruzio Account Center FAQ

…tes they were issued. To view a particular statement, click its reference number. When done reviewing a statement, you can return to the list of statements by going to the top of your statement and clicking the orange “Billing Activity” link. How do I update my account contact information? After logging into the Cruzio Account Center, click “Contact Info”. Using this page, you can update your billing address, contact…

Cruzioworks: Adding a Network Printer

…Settings tab. 5. Make sure Department ID Management(J) is checked. Then click “Settings”. Another window will pop up. 6. In the Department ID box, enter your ID number. If you don’t know it, it is your account number on your billing statement. 7. Click “OK”, click “Apply”, and then “OK” once more. » back to top How to Add a Network Printer for Mac Users Connect to the CruzioWorks network as you normally would on your computer. Open your browser…

Fusion Phone Help

…ines cannot accept collect calls (aka “charge reversal”). As an alternative to collect calling, we recommend arranging for a phone card. No 976 or 900 toll calling. Our systems are not set up to reconcile all the billing involved in these systems, and we understand many of our customers prefer to block these when possible. Related to the unlimited national calling, we cannot support “10-10-321”-style toll dial-around….

Fusion Phone taxes and fees

…ia Board of Equalization administers the Emergency Telephone Users Surcharge Law. The surcharge is imposed on amounts paid by every person in the state for intrastate telephone communication service. The service supplier (or billing aggregator authorized by a service supplier) shall collect the surcharge from each service user and remit to the state the amount of the surcharge. Read more about the California Emergency Telephone Users surcharge…