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Telecom Order CRTC 2003-110

Ottawa, 14 March 2003

Bell Canada

Reference: Tariff Notice 6727

Custom designed enhanced 9-1-1 arrangements


The Commission received an application by Bell Canada, dated 7 February 2003, to add Special Facilities Tariff item B55(c), Custom Designed Enhanced 9-1-1 Arrangements, in order to provide a private switch (e.g. a PBX) operator with the capability to electronically transmit a datafile to the company's automatic location identification system.


The purpose of this arrangement is to enable the delivery of 9-1-1 call related location information (datafile) of a private switch end-user, as provided to the company by the private switch operator, to the public safety answering point.


This custom-designed arrangement is not available from the General Tariff and is being filed in the Special Facilities Tariff due to limited anticipated demand. The customer concurs with the proposed rate and service charge.


The Commission received no comments with respect to the application.


The Commission approves Bell Canada's application. The revisions take effect as of the date of this order.

Secretary General

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