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Telecom Order


Ottawa, 15 January 1999


Telecom Order CRTC 99-25


On 25 November 1997, Bell Canada filed an application for approval of tariff revisions to General Tariff Item 460, Centrex I and II Extension Lines and Telephones, reflecting a restructuring of rates and the withdrawal, effective 31 March 1998, of Centrex I and II Service, Items 450 and 460.


File No.: Tariff Notice 6156


1.The proposed tariff revisions were approved on an interim basis on 30 December 1997 under Telecom Order CRTC 97-1940.


2.By letter dated 1 January 1999, the company informed the Commission that there are no customers remaining on Centrex I and II Service.


3.The Commission received no comments with respect to this application.


4.In light of the foregoing, the proposed tariff revisions are approved on a final basis.


Secretary General


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