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Telecom Order CRTC 2004-386

  Ottawa, 19 November 2004

Bell Canada

  Reference: Tariff Notices 807, 807A and 807B (National Services Tariff)

Customer specific arrangement


The Commission received an application by Bell Canada dated 16 January 2004 and amended on 17 March 2004 and 29 March 2004, to introduce to the National Services Tariff a Special Facilities Services (Special Assemblies) item 720, Master Agreement - Customer Specific Arrangement, in order to reflect a proposed new business arrangement with a customer which provides for Analog Private Line Service, Digital Services, Microlink Service and Megalink Service.


Bell Canada filed an imputation test in support of its application.


The Commission received no comments with respect to the application.


The Commission finds that the imputation test is satisfactory.


The Commission approved on an interim basis the ex parte application in Telecom Order CRTC 2004-230, 14 July 2004.


The Commission approves on a final basis Bell Canada's application.
  Secretary General
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