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Telecom Order CRTC 2004-144

  Ottawa, 4 May 2004

Dryden Municipal Telephone System

  Reference: Tariff Notice 24

9-1-1 Public emergency reporting service


The Commission received an application by Dryden Municipal Telephone System (Dryden MTS), dated 23 March 2004, to revise item 7, 9-1-1 Public Emergency Reporting Service, under section 100 of its General Tariff in order to remove the references to providing the service to areas outside of the company's operating territory.


Dryden MTS noted that the rates will remain unchanged from that approved by the Commission in 9-1-1 Public emergency reporting service, Telecom Order CRTC 2003-116, 20 March 2003.


The Commission received no comments with respect to the application.


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


Dryden MTS is to issue a revised tariff page forthwith to reflect this change.
  Secretary General
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