2008-05-15 - # 8740-B2-200807100 - Bell Canada - General Tariff - TN 7133 - Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access service
2010-10-15 - Telecom Order CRTC 2010-767 Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership and Bell Canada – Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access Service
File numbers: Bell Aliant TN 192 and Bell Canada TN 7133
2008-06-25 - Coalition of Internet Service Providers inc. (CISP)
Description: Please find enclosed the comments of the Coalition of Internet Service Providers inc. (CISP) in the aforementioned applications. CISP requests that the Commission deny all applications filed by Bell et al. and grants the application filed by MTS Allstream.
Document: 921547.pdf - 59KB
2008-06-16 - MTS Allstream Inc.
Description: MTS Allstream Inc. (MTS Allstream) is in receipt of Tariff Notice (TN) dated 15 May 2008 whereby Bell Canada, Bell Aliant Regional Communications, Limited Partnership (the Companies) are proposing to withdraw the Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) High-Speed Service provider Interface and ADSL Access components of their General Tariff – Item 5400 ADSL Access service.
Document: 918248.pdf - 75KB
2008-06-09 - Commission Letter
File #: 8740-B2-200807100 - 8740-B54-200807117
Description: Letter addressed to Bel Canada - Re: Bell Canada Tariff Notice 7133 and Bell Aliant Tariff Notice 192
2008-06-05 - Managed Network Systems Inc.
Description: Managed Network Systems Inc. (“MNSi”) is in receipt of a May 29th letter submitted by Execulink Telecom Inc. (“Execulink”) regarding the above-referenced Tariff Notices.
Document: 914007.pdf - 16KB
2008-05-29 - Execulink Telecom
Description: Execulink Telecom Inc. (Execulink) is in receipt of Bell Aliant Tariff Notice 192 (TN 192) and Bell Canada Tariff Notice 7133 (TN7133) dated 15 May 2008.
Document: 911210.pdf - 25KB
2008-05-20 - Coalition of Internet Service Providers Inc.
Description: The record of the Essential Services proceeding has made it clear that Bell Canada does not want to offer General Tariff Item 5400 and that every time it has been asked to provide this service by another party than BCE Nexxia Inc., it has denied providing this service on the basis that Bell Canada would need to spend hundreds of thousands in OSS/BSS in order to provide this service to a third party.
Document: 908175.doc - 30KB
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