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Telecom Order CRTC 2005-282

  Ottawa, 27 July 2005

TELUS Communications Inc.

  Reference: Tariff Notice 108

Customer-specific dedicated dial VPOP port services


The Commission received an application by TELUS Communications Inc. (TCI) dated 26 June 2003, proposing a revision to its Special Facilities Tariff to introduce item 218, Dedicated Dial VPOP Port Services (DDVPOP) specific to a single large customer application.


In its application, TCI stated that during an internal investigation it had identified an existing agreement, originally signed by TELUS Integrated Communications (2000) Inc. (TIC), and subsequently assigned to TCI when TIC was wound up into TCI, which provided DDVPOP to a customer in the absence of an approved tariff. TCI also stated that it was proposing DDVPOP as a customer-specific arrangement to allow TCI to continue to provide service to the customer under the terms and conditions of the existing agreement.


The Commission received a letter from TCI, dated 24 June 2005, in which the company proposed to withdraw its application, stating that the customer had terminated the DDVPOP service with TCI and had transferred all ports to another supplier as of the second week of May 2005.


In Telecom Order CRTC 2005-259, 12 July 2005, the Commission approved the withdrawal of the application on an interim basis.


The Commission received no comments with respect to the application.


In light of the above, the Commission approves on a final basis TCI's application to withdraw Tariff Notice 108.
  Secretary General
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