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Telecom Order CRTC 2002-21

Ottawa, 15 January 2002

Transfer of inside wire in the City of Edmonton

Reference: TCI tariff notices 402, 402A and 402B


The Commission approves, on an interim basis, the proposal by TELUS Communications Inc. (TCI) to transfer responsibility for inside wire to customers in the City of Edmonton and to make revisions reflecting the terms and conditions under which the service provider demarcation point will move in existing multi-dwelling units in the City of Edmonton.


TCI filed its proposal pursuant to the Commission's directives in paragraph 11 of Decision CRTC 2001-362, dated 19 June 2001, which refers to the directives in the Commission's letter decision dated 25 July 2000.


TCI proposed, as an exception to the Commission's letter decision of 25 July 2000, to implement a three month, rather than a six month, transition period between the estimated date of receipt by the subscribers of the notice of transfer of responsibility for inside wire and the effective date of that transfer, consistent with that proposed and approved in Order CRTC 2001-673, dated 27 August 2001 for Aliant Telecom Inc.


TCI also proposed to use the inside-wire maintenance and repair rates already approved and in effect for the remainder of the company.


TCI filed the application on 9 July 2001, and revised it on 30 October and 22 November 2001, to revise items 25, 26, 26-A and 100 of its General Tariff.


The revisions will take effect three months from the date that the last subscriber is deemed to be in receipt of the notice setting out the new regime.

Secretary General

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