The California Non Dominant Inter-Exchange Carrier Bond is required by the The Public Utilities Commission of the State of California.
The California Non Dominant Inter-Exchange Carrier Bond is in place to help facilitate the collection of fines, penalties, and restitution from the bond principal (the person or entity who bought the bond, in this case it is the carrier). The bond protects the Utilities Commission against any loss directly arising from the failure to comply with the laws and ordinances governing the business of a Non Dominant Inter-Exchange Carrier (NDIEC).
To obtain a NDIEC license and be a licensed provider, you need to complete an application with the Public Utilities Commission. To view more information on the application, click here.
The California Non Dominant Inter-Exchange Carrier Bond amount must be either 10% or more of intrastate revenues reported to the Commission during the preceding calendar year or $25,000, whichever is greater. The price you pay will calculated based on personal credit. We work with the best surety companies to ensure that even if you have bad credit, you can get an affordable price on your bond.