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  • Zayo Overview Carl BrandtCarl.brandt@zayo.com 212-803-5296
  • U.S. Network Network Statistics• 68,500 Route Miles• 45 States + D.C.• 218 Markets• 10,000 Buildings On-Net• 136,000 Colocation Billable Sq Ft
  • International MapGlobal Presence• United Kingdom• France• Germany• Netherlands• United States• Canada• Japan
  • Bandwidth Infrastructure Telecom Value Chain Zayo Differentiators • Deep metro assets End Users Businesses, • Intercity routes connecting metro areas Consumers, from across the country Public Sector • Access to capital and willingness to Communication invest in customer solutions Services Voice, Internet, Data, • Construction and management Providers Wireless, Video, CDN, Hosting, Disaster Recovery experience with large projects • Focus on dedicated networks and strong Bandwidth scalability Infrastructure Dark Fiber, Lit & IP Services, Colocation & Interconnects, • Secure and reliable all-optical network Cellular Towers & Backhaul • Ability to offer diverse solutions from other carriers Enablers of Public ROW, Infrastructure Private Land Owners, Wireless Spectrum4 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Financial Strength Zayo has demonstrated strong financial performance and industry-leading transparency. We have demonstrated a willingness to invest for growth and are supported by an experienced financial team Zayo Adjusted Pro Forma Financials Revenue = $950M | EBITDA = $563M5 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Infrastructure Minneapolis, MN Chicago, IL San Francisco, CA Denver, CO Philadelphia, PA Los Angeles, CA Atlanta, GA Dallas, TX6 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Our Services Based in Louisville, CO, Zayo Group is a national provider of dark and lit fiber bandwidth infrastructure and carrier-neutral colocation and interconnection Dark Fiber Virtually unlimited bandwidth with a single pair of fibers on a new construction and existing Zayo fiber infrastructure Wavelengths Speeds of 1G, 2.5G or 10G in single or multiple waves Private Line SONET/TDM SONET and TDM-based transport services ranging from DS3–OC192 in point-to-point, hub/tail or dedicated ring configurations Ethernet Protected or unprotected with speeds of 100M–10G, reserved bandwidth availability and multiple interface options IP Services IP Transit, Dedicated Internet Access, Virtual Private Network (VPN) Colocation Resilient mission-critical environment with carrier-neutral access to domestic and international networks7 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Zayo Customers Carrier Customers Content, Media & Others Wireless 27% 30% PTT 9% Enterprise & National Carrier Public Sector 24% Enterprise & Content Customers 12% CY4Q20128 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Recent Successes Zayo has a track record of performance Enhanced our Network • Some of our investments: Albuquerque, Birmingham, Boulder, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, NYC, Phoenix, Richmond, San Diego, Tucson, West Virginia, and many colo facilities Continued New Acquisitions and Integrations • Acquired USCarrier, adding 3,500 route miles in Southeast • Acquired FiberGate, adding 399 route miles in the Washington, D.C. region • Acquired AboveNet, expanding the network to over 4.85 million fiber miles and bringing a total of over 9,000 buildings on-net • Acquired Arialink, adding 930 route miles and 437 on-net buildings • Acquired 360networks, adding 18,500+ route miles to our network. Recognized for Business Leadership • Received Atlantic-ACM: U.S. Long Haul Wholesale Best-in-Class for Billing • Zayo named a 2011 Fastest Growing Company by Denver Business Journal • CEO and President Dan Caruso named one of Eleven Colorado Business People to Watch in 2011 by Denver Post9 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Dark Fiber Virtually unlimited bandwidth with a single pair of fibers on a combination of custom new construction and existing Zayo fiber infrastructure Overview • Core building block upon which other bandwidth infrastructure is built • Virtually unlimited capacity, A-Z custom routing and protocol versatility • Cost-effective scaling and ability to contract for long period of time to drive low monthly costs for customer Application • Build your own highly scalable WAN between locations, such as your headquarters and data center • Options for Build-Operate-Transfer and Build-Operate-Dedicate Bandwidth Capacity • Virtually unlimited bandwidth on single fiber pair Protection • Dedicated fiber network with diverse fiber routes and laterals, providing full control and strong security and reliability10 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Dark Fiber Network Map Intercity and Metro Network11 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Wavelength Speeds of 2.5G, 10G, 40G or 100G in single or multiple waves Overview • Dedicated optical capacity on national metro and intercity network • The fastest connection speeds in telecom • Flexible network topologies • Low-latency intercity routes between major cities and low-latency metro routes between data centers • Standard pricing for on-net locations in many fiber-rich metro markets Application • Deliver high-bandwidth without capital intensiveness of Dark Fiber Bandwidth Capacity • 1G, 2.5G, 10G, 40G or 100G Protection • Single path or dual path • Defined or undefined routes12 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Private Line SONET/TDM SONET and TDM-based transport services ranging from DS3–OC192 in point-to- point, hub/tail or dedicated ring configurations Overview • Highly reliable service with fast failover • Well-established base of equipment and services • Expanding standard pricing across most metro markets • Delivery intervals between 15-30 days Application • Proven technology for data, voice, and video transport • Private ring systems available Bandwidth Capacity • DS-3, OC-3, OC-12, OC-48, OC-192 Protection • Both logically and physically protected to ensure maximum availability13 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Ethernet Protected or unprotected with speeds of 10M–10G, reserved bandwidth availability and multiple interface options Overview • Options for dedication, end-to-end QoS, scalable bandwidth • Lower equipment costs and improved familiarity for IT staff Application E-Line E-LAN PDN Ethernet Service Suite Point-to- Multi-to-Multi Fully Point/Multi Dedicated Bandwidth Capacity • 100M–10G Protection • Protected and unprotected14 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Dedicated Internet Access High-speed access to internet, intranet and extranet sites Overview • End-to-end connectivity available on nationwide network of Zayo fiber • Fully redundant MPLS network for maximum reliability, with SLAs available between 99.9% and 99.99% • Scalable GigE and 10Gig interface option Application • Ideal means to link corporate data networks to other corporate data networks as well as public networks Bandwidth Capacity • 10M–1G Protection • Protected and unprotected15 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • IP Transit End-to-End Service on a Tier 1 Network Overview • End-to-end connectivity available on nationwide network of Zayo fiber • Fully redundant MPLS network for maximum reliability, with SLAs available between 99.9% and 99.99% • Connects major data centers and POPs • Direct public and private peering connections Application • Ideal means to link corporate data networks to other corporate data networks as well as public networks Bandwidth Capacity • 10M–10G Protection • Protected and unprotected16 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connect Metro Locations with a Cost-Effective Solution Overview • End-to-end connectivity available on nationwide network of Zayo fiber • Fully redundant MPLS network for maximum reliability, with SLAs available between 99.9% and 99.99% • IP-VPN and E-VPN Application • Transmit information between fixed locations Bandwidth Capacity • 10M–1G Protection • Protected and unprotected17 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Dedicated Internet Access Service Map IP Services: Intercity and Metro Network18 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Colocation and Interconnection zColo provides carrier-neutral colocation and interconnection services zColo Facilities (20) • 200,000 square feet of fully-conditioned colocation and • Boston, MA — 1 Summer St • Baltimore, MD — 111 Market Pl interconnection space in major carrier hotels across the country • Chicago — 600 S. Federal St • Exclusive license to manage and operate New York City’s • Cincinnati, OH — 334 Gest St 60 Hudson Street Meet-Me-Room • Cleveland, OH — 1525 Rockwell Ave • Columbus, OH — 251 Neilston St • Cost-effective in-suite cross connects to over 130 carriers in the • Dallas, TX — 1950 N Stemmons Fwy zColo footprint, including 86+ in NY/NJ facilities • Dallas, TX — 2323 Bryan St • Connectivity to Peering, Ethernet, Video and Financial Exchanges • Las Vegas, NV — 7185 Pollock Drive • Los Angeles, CA — 707 Wilshire Blvd • Extensive fiber riser systems provide deep reach within key carrier • Memphis, TN — 7620 Appling Center Dr hotels to other Carrier POPs and data centers (62 suites • Minneapolis, MN — 10300 6th Ave accessible from zColo’s NY/NJ facilities) • Nashville, TN — 209 10th Ave South • New York City, NY — 60 Hudson St • Transport solutions are available in every colocation facility • New York City, NY — 111 8th Ave • Newark, NJ — 165 Halsey St • Philadelphia, PA — 401 N Broad St • Pittsburgh, PA — 2500 Allegheny Center Mall • Seattle, WA — 2001 6th Ave • Washington DC — 2100 M St NW19 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Capital and Acquisitions March 2009 August 2007 $128MM Series B $225MM Series A Round Round September 2010 $100MM High Yield Add-on Capital Raises 2006 2008-2009 March 2010 Zayo Group $180MM $250MM Formed Bank Debt High Yield December 2011 Offering $315MM Term Loan $85MM $30MM $35MM $30MM 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2011 Acquisitions 2012 Acquisitions M&A Transactions 2007 Acquisitions 2009 Acquisitions 2008 Acquisitions 2010 Acquisitions CFS USCarrier CenturyTel (Pending) Regional Markets20 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Why Customers Choose Zayo Unique assets, custom solutions and long-term stability • Deep metro and intercity assets and dedicated to further expansion of Bandwidth Infrastructure • Unique fiber optic network supporting services designed for scalability, reliability and security • Transparent about network assets, making it easier to partner with Zayo on joint projects • Open with financial information, supporting the long- term trust necessary to build successful partnerships • Proven expertise with network expansion, including construction of very large projects21 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Carrier Customers22 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Data Center Customers23 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Education Customers24 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Healthcare Customers25 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Government Customers26 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Financial Customers27 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Enterprise Customers28 | Proprietary and Confidential
  • Thank Youwww.zayo.comCarl Brandt212-803-5296Carl.brandt@zayo.com