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Telecom Order CRTC 2002-411

Ottawa, 21 October 2002

Globility Communications Corporation

Reference: Tariff Notices 1, 1A and 1B

Proposed General Tariff


The Commission received an application by Globility Communications Corporation (Globility), dated 22 August 2002, filed under Tariff Notice (TN) 1, for approval of its proposed General Tariff, setting out the rates, terms and conditions applicable to the interconnection arrangements provisioned to providers of telecommunications services and facilities. In its application, Globility noted that it was currently registered as a proposed competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) and that, upon approval of its General Tariff, it would file a request to be recognised as a CLEC.


On 13 September 2002, Globility filed, under TN 1A, a revised version of its General Tariff reflecting the CLEC model tariff approved by the Commission in Model tariff for the interconnection services of competitive local exchange carriers, Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-54, 3 September 2002 (Decision 2002-54) and revised rates based on those filed by Bell Canada under TN 6690.


On 26 September 2002, Bell Canada filed comments on the application. Bell Canada noted that the rates proposed in TN 1A were equivalent to the proposed rates filed by Bell Canada under TN 6690, which had not yet been approved by the Commission. Bell Canada submitted that Globility should adopt the rates in the CLEC model tariff approved by the Commission.


On 3 October 2002, Globility filed TN 1B, which incorporated the changes proposed by Bell Canada.


The Commission notes that Globility's proposed General Tariff reflects the CLEC model tariff approved by the Commission in Decision 2002-54.


Accordingly, the Commission approves on an interim basis Globility's TN 1, as modified by TN 1A and TN 1B, effective as of the date of this order.

Secretary General

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