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Telecom Order


Ottawa, 27 January 1999


Telecom Order CRTC 99-71


On 22 December 1998, BC TEL filed an application for approval of General Tariff Item 279, Residential Additional Line Bundle, a promotional offer consisting of: 1) an additional individual residential access line located under the same customer name and at the same address as the customer's primary line; 2) 120 hours of Internet service including an additional e-mail address; and 3) a choice of one SmartTouch Service or Integrated Voice Messaging Service with the exception of: Call Forwarding-Fixed Central Office, Call Answer Plus Voice Mailbox, Family/Extension Option, Message Monitor and Paging Outcall, or any features available only on a pay-per-use basis.


File No.: Tariff Notice 3896


In light of the foregoing, the Commission orders that:


The proposed tariff revisions to become effective on 3 February 1999 are approved.


Secretary General


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