• On August 30, 2011, the Ohio Public Utilities Commission (PUC) issued an order preventing The Ohio Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Ohio from disconnecting service to Infotelecom LLC. On August 24, 2011, Infotelecom filed a complaint against AT&T seeking PUC interpretation of the parties’ interconnection agreement (ICA) after AT&T demanded that Infotelecom pay charges associated with VoIP traffic into escrow. Infotelecom alleged in its complaint that AT&T, “relying on an erroneous interpretation” of the parties’ ICA, has “demanded that Infotelecom escrow millions of dollars, despite the fact that Infotelecom has never met the conditions that would require it to do so.” Infotelecom further asserted that AT&T threatened to terminate the ICA and to cease providing all service to Infotelecom as of September 1, 2011. In its order, the PUC stated that an immediate ruling was necessary because AT&T intended to terminate service even prior to answering the complaint, and ordered that AT&T “should not disconnect service to Infotelecom during the pendency of this dispute.” Docket No. 11-4887-TP-CSS.