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Telecom Order CRTC 2002-157

Ottawa, 12 April 2002

Thunder Bay Telephone
Reference: Tariff notice 100

Revised rate structure for 9-1-1 public emergency reporting service

The Commission approves the application by Thunder Bay Telephone, dated 28 February 2002, to reviseits GeneralTariffitem 8, 9-1-1 Public Emergency Reporting Service.

The revisions reflect changes made to the method of charging wireless service providers, consistent with Revised rate structure for Thunder Bay Telephone 9-1-1 PERS, Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-2, 18 January 2002.

In comments dated 20 March 2002, Rogers Wireless Inc. concurred that Thunder Bay Telephone's rate calculation methodology is consistent with Telecom Decisions CRTC 2002-2 as well as CRTC 99-17 and Telecom Order CRTC 2000-630.

The revisions take effect as of the date of the order.

Secretary General

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