CAMERON LONG DISTANCE SERVICES AGREEMENT

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This Services Agreement (“Agreement”) governs the rates, terms and conditions for provision by Cameron
Long Distance (“Company”) of interstate and international long distance service (“Service”). Interstate long
distance service is a service involving a call originating in one state and terminating in another state (also
referred to as a “state-to-state” call). International long distance service is a service involving a call originating
in one country and terminating in another country. As used in this Agreement, "Customer," “you” and “your”
refer to the individual or entity using or paying for the Service, and "Cameron Long Distance" or the
"Company" refer to Cameron Communications.

BY ENROLLING IN, USING, ACCEPTING OR PAYING FOR SERVICE FROM THE COMPANY
YOU ACCEPT THE RATES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS INCLUDED IN THIS AGREEMENT AS A
BINDING AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND THE COMPANY. IF THIS AGREEMENT IS NOT
ACCEPTABLE TO YOU, DO NOT USE THE SERVICES AND NOTIFY THE COMPANY AT P. O.
BOX 2237, SULPHUR, LA 70664-2237.

The rates, terms and conditions contained in this Agreement are effective as of August 19, 2008 and are subject
to change as provided herein. This Services Agreement is available on the Cameron Communications web site,
www.camtel.com, or you can call Cameron Communications at 1-800-673-3113 to request a copy of this
Agreement. You may also view this document in our business office at 153 W. Dave Dugas Road, Sulphur, LA
70665.

1.   SERVICES.

Interstate Message Telecommunications Service (“Interstate MTS”) is offered to customers of Cameron Long
Distance for communications between points in the United States. International long distance service
(“International MTS”) is offered to customers of Cameron Long Distance and is a service involving a call
originating in one country and terminating in another country. Cameron Long Distance International MTS is
limited to calls originating in the United States of America.

The Company reserves the right to obtain facilities from, and to interconnect its services with, any other
authorized common carriers, alternate access providers, or private systems, subject to the Company’s elections
and to the Company’s technical requirements and limitations. Services are furnished subject to transmission,
atmospheric and like conditions.

Services are furnished subject to the availability of facilities and of the Service components required. The
Company will: (1) determine which facilities and components shall be used; and (2) obtain, change, substitute
for and make modifications to those facilities and components at its option.

At the request of the Customer or the Customer’s authorized agent, the Company will make reasonable efforts
to arrange for the Customer’s service requirements, which may include terminal equipment and circuit
conditions. Any special equipment or facilities necessary to meet the Customer’s service requirements will be
provided only at the Customer’s expense.

Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement services are available twenty-four hours per day, seven
days per week.

2.   RATES.

Interstate Rates (Business and Residential) These rates apply for Customers that have chosen Cameron Long
Distance as their primary long distance carrier. Charges for Interstate MTS calls are based upon the duration,
time of day and distance of completed calls. These charges apply only to direct dialed station state-to-state
calls.
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     Mileage           Day-Each Min.                 Evening-Each Min.                Night-Each Min.
      Band
        10                  .2400                    .1300                                  .1200
        22                  .2600                    .1500                                  .1200
        55                  .2600                    .1600                                  .1200
       124                  .2600                    .1600                                  .1400
       292                  .2700                    .1600                                  .1400
       430                  .2800                    .1800                                  .1400
       925                  .2800                    .1800                                  .1500
      1910                  .2800                    .1800                                  .1500
      3000                  .2900                    .1800                                  .1500
      4250                  .3000                    .2100                                  .1600
      9999                  .3300                    .2200                                  .1600
                       Day (8AM-5PM), Evening (5PM-11PM) and Night (11PM-8AM)

Cameron Long Distance customers may elect to enroll in any of the following
Optional Interstate Calling Plans:

          Plan A           10¢ per minute, no monthly fee
          Plan B           7¢ per minute, $4.95 monthly fee
          Plan C           Toll Fee 800 Number; 13¢ per minute, $4.95 monthly fee

International Rates The rates stated on Attachment A are effective as of June 1, 2006 and are subject to change
as provided herein. These rates apply for Customers that have chosen Cameron Long Distance as their primary
long distance carrier. Charges for International MTS calls are based upon the duration, time of day and country
code. See Attachment A.

Additional Services:
        * Directory Assistance calls are charged at $.75 per call.
        * CLD1 Card—Travel Card; No Set-Up Charge, 13¢ per minute-$.50 surcharge per call-
                 call anytime/anywhere

3.    BASIS OF CHARGES

Charges for Interstate MTS calls are based upon the duration, time-of-day and distance of completed calls.

Chargeable time begins when the Company receives answer supervision from the called station.
Chargeable time ends when the calling station or the called station “hangs up.” For billing purposes, the
duration of each call is rounded up to the next nearest minute. Minimum chargeable time is one minute.


4.    DETERMINATION OF TIME OF DAY:

Day (8AM-5PM), Evening (5PM-11PM) and Night (11PM-8AM) rates are determined by the local time of
the rate center of the calling station.

Chargeable time for a rate period (e.g. 8AM –5PM) begins with the first stated hour (8AM) and continues
to, but does not include, the second stated hour (5PM). The time of day rate period applicable at the start of
chargeable time at the calling station applies to the entire call.

The Evening rate applies to New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and
Christmas Day or on resulting legal holidays when Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, or Independence Day
legal holidays fall on dates other than December 25, January 1, or July 4, unless a lower rate is in effect.
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5.   DETERMINATION OF DISTANCE

The distance of a call is based upon the airline mileage between the rate centers of the calling party and the
called party.

The “V” and “H” coordinate method is used to calculate the airline mileage between rate centers.

6.       CHANGES IN RATES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

The Company may change this Agreement from time to time. Changes in rates, terms and conditions are
effective no sooner than fifteen (15) days after the Company posts on its web site, www.camtel.com,
modifications to this Agreement reflecting the changes. The Company will also notify you of increases in
rates or charges by bill message, bill insert or other reasonable commercial method at least fifteen (15) days
prior to the effective date for the increases. Advance notice does not apply to increases in taxes and other
charges described in Section 9 below. The Company may decrease rates and charges without providing
advance notice. USE OF THE COMPANY’S SERVICE AFTER THE FIFTEEN (15) DAY NOTICE
PERIOD SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS YOUR AGREEMENT TO THE CHANGED RATES, TERMS
AND CONDITIONS.

7.   BILLING, PAYMENTS AND COLLECTION OF CHARGES

Service is provided and billed on the basis of a minimum period of at least one month. For purposes of
computing and billing charges, a month is considered as having thirty (30) days.

Bills are rendered on a monthly basis. Charges for the Interstate MTS and International MTS Services are
based upon actual usage and are billed after the month in which they were furnished to the Customer.

You are responsible for payment of all charges for Services furnished by the Company to you and anyone
authorized by you to use your Service. You are responsible for preventing any unauthorized use of your
Service, and you are responsible for payment of all charges associated with such unauthorized use.

Bills are payable by the Customer upon receipt. You will be billed for the Service by your local telephone
company on behalf of Cameron Long Distance, and such local telephone company's late payment charges
and procedures will apply to the Service and payments required hereunder.

Failure to receive a bill will not exempt a Customer from prompt and timely payment of any sum or sums
due the Company.

If the Company incurs any fees or expenses, including attorney fees, in collecting or attempting to collect,
any charges owed to the Company, you will be liable to the Company for the payment of all such fees and
expenses reasonably incurred.

If your local Telephone Company bills you for the services on the Company’s behalf and your check or
payment for services is returned for insufficient funds that company’s returned check charge and policy
will apply.

8.   DEPOSITS

The Company or its agent may require an applicant or a present Customer whose financial condition and/or
payment record is not acceptable to the Company to post a deposit up to an amount equaling three (3)
months actual or estimated charges for the Services to be provided. Such deposit will be held by the
Company or its agent as guarantee of payment.

The fact that a deposit has been made shall in no way relieve the Customer from complying with the
Company’s and/or its agent’s regulations as to the prompt payment of bills, nor does it constitute a waiver
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or modification of the regular practices of the Company or its agent providing for the suspension of Service
for non-payment of bills.

The amount of the deposit may be refunded or credited to the Customer at any time at the option of the
Company, or it will be refunded at the termination of the Service after all outstanding charges have been
paid in full by the Customer.

A cash deposit will accrue interest at the rate paid in that locality for escrow accounts, starting six months
after the deposit is received by the Company.

9.   TAXES AND OTHER CHARGES.

In addition to payment for Services, you must pay all taxes, fees, surcharges and other charges that the
Company bills you related to Services. Taxes and surcharges will be in the amounts that federal, state and
local authorities require the Company to bill you. The Company will not provide advance notice of
changes to taxes and surcharges, except as required by applicable law.

The Company may adjust its rates and charges or impose additional rates and charges in order to recover
amounts it is required or permitted by governmental or quasi-governmental authorities to collect from
others or pay to others in support of government related programs. These types of charges include, but are
not limited to, universal service funding and utility and other fees imposed on communications service
providers.

10. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CUSTOMER.

The Customer is responsible for placing any and all necessary orders for services. The Customer must
choose Cameron Long Distance as their primary long distance carrier.

The Customer is responsible for charges incurred for special construction, equipment and/or facilities
necessary to meet the Customer’s service requirements which the Customer requests and/or which are
ordered by the Company on the Customer’s behalf.

If a Customer cancels a service order, in whole or part, prior to its completion, the Customer will be
responsible for any charges incurred by the Company from other local exchange companies, other
authorized common carriers, alternate access providers and/or private systems with respect to facilities
ordered by the Company for the purpose of filling the cancelled service order.

If required for the provision of the Company’s Services, the Customer must provide and maintain at its
premises, and it’s expense, any necessary terminal equipment, equipment space, supporting structure,
personnel, wiring, conduit, and electrical power.

The Customer is responsible for arranging ingress to its premises or vehicles at times mutually agreeable to
it and the Company when required for the Company’s personnel to install, repair, maintain, program,
inspect, or remove equipment associated with the provision of the Company’s Services.

The Customer shall ensure that its terminal equipment and/or system is properly interfaced with the
Company’s facilities or Services, that the signals emitted into the Company’s facilities are of the proper
mode, bandwidth, power, and signal level for the intended use of the Customer and in compliance with the
criteria set forth in Part 68 of the FCC’s Rules, and that the signals do not damage equipment, injure
personnel, or degrade or interfere with Service to other Customers.

In the event that the Customer’s service is cancelled or interrupted by the Company the Customer shall be
liable for all unpaid charges due and owing to the Company for Services furnished to the Customer. The
Company may apply the Customer’s deposit, and any accrued interest thereon, to any such unpaid charges.
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If Customer seeks reinstitution of service following denial of service by the Company, Customer shall pay
to the Company prior to the time service is re-instituted; (1) all accrued and unpaid charges, and (2) a
deposit in order to re-institute service.

Services provided by the Company under this Agreement shall not be used for any unlawful, abusive or
fraudulent purpose.

If you wish to change your service to another long distance carrier at any time, you should call your new
long distance carrier or your local telephone company to set up service. Once the Company receives
notification of this change your account will be cancelled. You will still be responsible for outstanding
charges for calls processed up to that time.


11. TERMINATION OR DENIAL OF SERVICE BY THE COMPANY.

In the event of nonpayment of any bill rendered or any required deposit, the Company may, after written
notice, suspend your Service. The Company may, immediately and without notice to you, and without
liability of any nature, temporarily deny, terminate, or suspend your Service:

         a.   in the event you or your agent: (i) willfully damage the Company’s equipment or interfere
              with the use of the Company’s Service by other customers of the Company; (ii) unreasonably
              place capacity demands upon the Company’s facilities or Service; or (iii) violate any statute
              or provision of law, or any rule or regulation of any state or federal regulatory agency relating
              to communications; or (iv) otherwise fail to comply with the provisions of this Agreement or
              applicable law; or
         b.   in the event you become insolvent, are the subject of any formal legal proceeding commenced
              in a court involving a voluntary or involuntary petition or proceeding in bankruptcy, seek
              protection or relief from creditors in a formal legal proceeding after a filing for such relief, or
              execute an assignment for the benefit of creditors; or
         c.   in the event that the Company determines that any Service is being used fraudulently or
              illegally, whether by you or your agent.

12. INDEMNIFICATION.     YOU AGREE THAT THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY THIRD-PARTY CLAIMS AGAINST THE COMPANY THAT
    ARISE FROM YOUR USE OF THE SERVICES. FURTHER, YOU AGREE TO REIMBURSE
    THE COMPANY FOR ALL COSTS AND EXPENSES RELATED TO THE DEFENSE OF
    ANY SUCH CLAIMS, INCLUDING ATTORNEYS’ FEES, UNLESS SUCH CLAIMS ARE
    BASED ON THE COMPANY’S WILLFUL MISCONDUCT OR GROSS NEGLIGENCE.
    THIS PROVISION WILL CONTINUE TO APPLY AFTER THE AGREEMENT ENDS.

13. LIABILITIES OF THE COMPANY. Except as stated in this Section, the Company shall have no
    liability for damages of any kind arising out of or related to Services, events, acts, rights or privileges
    contemplated in this Agreement.

         a.       The liability of the Company, if any, for damages resulting in whole or in part from or
                  arising in connection with the furnishing of Service (including but not limited to
                  mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, misroutings, errors or other defects in
                  transmission, or failures or defects in facilities furnished by the Company) or arising out
                  of any failure to furnish Service, shall in no event exceed an amount of money equivalent
                  to the proportionate charge to Customer for the call(s) which were affected by such
                  mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, misroutings, errors or defects in transmission.
                  However, any such mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, misroutings, errors, or
                  defects in transmission or service which are caused by or contributed to in whole or part
                  by the negligence or willful act of Customer, or which arise in whole or part from the use
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     of Customer-provided facilities or equipment, shall not result in the imposition of any
     liability whatsoever upon the Company.

b.   The Company is not liable for any act, omission or negligence of any other authorized
     common carriers, alternate access provides, or private systems who facilities are used
     concurrently in furnishing any portion of the services received by Customer, or for the
     unavailability of or any delays in the furnishing of any services or facilities which are
     provided by any Local Exchange Carrier.

c.   The Company shall not be liable for any failure of performance hereunder due to causes
     beyond its control, including but not limited to fire, flood, or other catastrophes; Acts of
     God; atmospheric conditions or other phenomena of nature, such as radiation; any law,
     regulation, directive, order or request of the United States Government, or any other
     government including state and local governments having any jurisdiction over the
     Company or the services provided hereunder; national emergencies; civil disorder,
     insurrections, riots, wars, strikes, lockouts, work stoppages, or other labor problems or
     regulations established or actions taken by any court or government agency having
     jurisdiction over the Company.

d.   The Company shall not be liable for, and the Customer shall indemnify and hold the
     Company harmless from, any and all losses, claims, demands, suits or other actions, or
     any liability whatsoever (whether suffered, made, instituted or asserted by the Customer
     or by any other party or persons) for any personal injury to, or death of, any person or
     persons, and any loss, damage, defacement or destruction of the premises of the
     Customer or any other property (whether owned by the Customer or others) caused by or
     claimed to have been caused directly or indirectly by the installation, operation, failure to
     operate, maintenance, condition, location or use of equipment or wiring provided by the
     Company where such installation, operation, failure to operate, maintenance, condition,
     location or use is not the direct result of the Company’s gross negligence. No agents or
     employees of other authorized common carriers, alternative access providers, or private
     systems shall be deemed to be agents or employees of the Company.

e.   The Company shall be indemnified and held harmless by the Customer from and against
     all loss, liability, damage, and expense, including reasonable attorney’s fees, due to
     claims for libel, slander, infringement of copyright, or unauthorized use of any trademark,
     trade name or service mark in connection with any material, data, information or other
     content transmitted by any person using the Company’s Services and any other claim
     resulting from any act or omission of the Customer relating to the use of the Company’s
     Services or facilities.

f.   The Company shall be indemnified and held harmless by the Customer from and against
     all loss, liability, damage, and expense, including reasonable attorney’s fees, due to
     claims for patent infringement arising from the combination or connection of the
     Company’s Services and/or facilities with the apparatus, equipment and/or systems of the
     Customer.

g.   The Company shall be indemnified and held harmless by the Customer from and against
     all loss, liability, damage, and expense, including reasonable attorney’s fees, due to
     claims arising out of any act or omission of the Customer in connection with any of the
     Services provided by the Company.

h.   UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WHATEVER SHALL THE COMPANY OR ITS
     OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, OR EMPLOYEES BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR
     INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY OR
     PUNITIVE LOSSES OR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING LOST PROFITS
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                  OR REVENUES, EVEN IF SUCH LOSSES OR DAMAGES WERE FORESEEABLE
                  OR THE COMPANY HAD BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
                  LOSSES OR DAMAGES.

14. WARRANTIES. EXCEPT AS THIS AGREEMENT EXPRESSLY STATES, THE COMPANY
    MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY REGARDING THE SERVICES AND
    DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF
    MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE OR
    NONINFRINGEMENT. THE COMPANY DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SERVICES
    WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE. THE COMPANY DOES NOT
    AUTHORIZE ANYONE TO MAKE ANY WARRANTY ON THE COMPANY'S BEHALF
    AND YOU MAY NOT RELY ON ANY SUCH WARRANTY.

15. BILLING DISPUTES. If you believe you have been billed by the Company in error, you must
    contact the Company within sixty (60) days of the date of the bill which contains the disputed charge.
    Refunds or adjustments will not be issued for any charge that is more than sixty (60) days old at the
    time you notify the Company. You may withhold from payment to the Company the disputed portion
    of any bill pending resolution of the dispute. You must pay all non-disputed charges on the bill by the
    due date indicated on the bill. The Company will notify you that all or a portion of the disputed
    amount is still owed. You will be required to pay such amount within fifteen (15) days thereafter, and
    if you fail to pay this amount within the time required, your account will be deemed past due and
    unpaid and your Service subject to termination under Section 11 above. Any payments you withhold
    pending resolution of the dispute may be subject to a late payment charge at the highest interest rate
    allowable by law applied to past due amounts.

16. DISPUTE RESOLUTION

THIS SECTION PROVIDES FOR RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES THROUGH BINDING
ARBITRATION. THE COMPANY AND CUSTOMER AGREE TO RESOLVE MOST DISPUTES
THROUGH BINDING ARBITRATION RATHER THAN BY LITIGATION THROUGH THE COURT
SYSTEM.

     a. Should a dispute arise regarding this Agreement or the Services for which you intend to initiate an
arbitration proceeding, you agree to first notify the Company in writing of such dispute and give the
Company at least 60 days thereafter to resolve the dispute. Written notice of any dispute shall be mailed
to: Cameron Communications, P. O. Box 2237, Sulphur, LA 70664-2237.

     b. Except as otherwise provided herein, any dispute arising out of or related to this Agreement or the
Company's products or services that is not satisfactorily resolved within 60 days from the date you notify
the Company in writing, regardless of whether the dispute is based in contract, tort, statute, fraud,
misrepresentation, or any other legal or equitable theory, must be submitted to the American Arbitration
Association ("AAA") for final and binding arbitration; provided that certain disputes may be taken to small
claims court. The arbitration will be conducted pursuant to the AAA's Commercial Arbitration Rules for
consumer disputes ("AAA Rules"), as such rules are in effect on the date of commencement of the
arbitration, and as such rules are modified from time to time. If the dispute is not satisfactorily resolved as
provided above, either party may contact the AAA in writing at: AAA Central Case Management Center,
13455 Noel Road, Suite 1750, Dallas, TX 75240-6636. Information regarding the AAA is located on its
website at http://www.adr.org.

     c. The arbitration will be based only on the written submissions of the parties and documents
submitted to the AAA regarding the dispute, unless the parties agree or the arbitrator orders otherwise.
Additional charges may apply for such procedures. Any in-person arbitration proceedings will be held at
the location that the AAA selects in the state where you reside, unless otherwise mutually agreed upon by
the parties.
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    d. You will be required to pay the applicable AAA filing fees upon submitting a written request with
the AAA to arbitrate. Unless otherwise provided for in the AAA Rules or in the arbitration award, all
administrative fees and expenses of any arbitration, including the fees and expenses of the arbitrator, will
be divided equally between you and the Company. Unless applicable substantive law provides otherwise,
each party will bear the cost of preparing and presenting its own case, including any attorneys' fees.

     e. The arbitration procedures established by this Dispute Resolution section are governed by the
United States Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. 1-16 ("Arbitration Act"). Any question of whether a dispute is
arbitrable will be determined by the arbitrator. The award may be confirmed and enforced in any court of
competent jurisdiction. All post-award proceedings will be governed by the Arbitration Act. In conducting
any arbitration and making any determinations, the arbitrator shall be bound by and strictly enforce the
terms of this Agreement and may not limit, expand or otherwise modify its terms. The arbitrator will have
no authority to award punitive or exemplary damages and both you and the Company expressly waive their
rights to any such damages. If any portion of this Dispute Resolution section is determined by a court to be
inapplicable or invalid, then the remainder will still be fully effective and enforceable.

     f. Any claim or dispute between you and the Company will not be consolidated with any other
litigation or in any other arbitration of a dispute with any other person. You agree that you will not bring
any dispute or claim as a class action nor act as a class representative or participate as a member of a class
of claimants with respect to any dispute or claim relating to this Agreement or the services provided by the
Company.

      g. Any dispute or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the services provided by the
Company must be brought within two (2) years after the date on which the basis for the dispute or claim
first arises.

17. MISCELLANEOUS

    a.   Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the Company and
         you and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings, statement or proposals, and
         representations, whether written or oral. This Agreement can be amended only as provided in
         Section 6 above. No written or oral statement, advertisement, or Service description not expressly
         contained in the Agreement will be allowed to contradict, explain, or supplement it. Neither you
         nor the Company is relying on any representations or statements by the other party or any other
         person that are not included in this Agreement.
    b.   Separability. If any part of this Agreement is found invalid, the rest of the Agreement will
         remain valid and enforceable.
    c.   No Third Party Rights. This Agreement does not provide any third party with a remedy, claim
         or right of reimbursement.
    d.   Assignment. The Company can assign all or part of its rights or duties under this Agreement
         without notifying you and upon such assignment, the Company shall have no further obligations
         hereunder. You may not assign this Agreement or the Services without the Company’s prior
         written consent.
    e.   Notices. Notices from you to the Company must be provided as specified in this Agreement.
         Notice from you to the Company made by calling the Company is effective as of the date that the
         Company’s records show that the Company received your call. The Company’s notice to you
         under this Agreement with respect to changes in rates, terms and conditions will be provided as
         described in Section 6 above. The Company’s notice to you under this Agreement for matters
         other than changes in rates, terms and conditions will be provided by one or more of the
         following: posting on our web site, recorded announcement, bill message, bill insert, newspaper
         ad, postcard, letter, call to your billed telephone number.
    f.   Customer Proprietary Network Information (“CPNI”).
         To inform you of other Company-affiliated products and services that may interest you, the
         Company may wish to access information related to your account(s), particularly information
         known as CPNI. Information constituting CPNI includes the kinds of services you have, how you
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     use them and how they are billed. Federal law restricts the use of CPNI for purposes other than
     providing service, without the customer's approval.
     If you do not want the Company to access and use your CPNI (except as otherwise permitted by
     law) please contact the Company. Until you tell the Company otherwise, the Company will
     understand you to have approved its internal use of your CPNI for purposes reasonably related to
     its offering or provisioning other products and services to you.
g.   Governing Law. This Agreement will be governed by the law of the State of Louisiana,
     notwithstanding its choice of law rules.