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Telecom Order CRTC 2002-331

Ottawa, 6 August 2002

Société en commandite Télébec
Reference: Tariff notice 283

SmartTouch services promotion


The Commission received an application by Société en commandite Télébec (Télébec), dated 7 June 2002, to revise General Tariff item 3.3.18, SmartTouch Services, in order to introduce the Autumn 2002 "Back to school" promotion from 19 August 2002 to 4 October 2002.


As part of this promotion, Télébec proposes to offer residential and business customers that subscribe to one SmartTouch service, from the "Vedettes" or the "Complémentaires" service offerings, the option of an additional "Vedettes" or "Complémentaires" calling feature, of equal or lesser value, free of charge for one month.


The Commission received no comments with respect to the application.


In Commission approves terms and conditions for local exchange and local payphone competition in the territories of TELUS Communications (Québec) Inc. and Télébec ltée, Order CRTC 2001-761, 3 October 2001 (Order 2001-761), the Commission determined that the terms and conditions for local exchange and local payphone competition that apply in the large incumbent local exchange carrier territories would apply in the territories of TELUS Communications (Québec) Inc. (TELUS Québec) and Télébec. In that order, the Commission also stated that market trials and promotions would be exempted from the application of the imputation test on the condition that sufficient information was provided by the incumbent local exchange carriers to demonstrate that the offering was a legitimate market trial or a promotion of limited duration.


The Commission finds that the proposed promotion is in accordance with Order 2001-761.


Accordingly, the Commission approves Télébec's application.

Secretary General

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