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Ottawa, 21 February 2006
File Number: 8740-T78-200515406
Dear Ms. Slywchuk:
Re: Basic Centrex Télémétrie - TN 328
On 20 December 2005, Télébec filed a tariff notice seeking approval for a special assembly tariff (Item C400) in order to offer digital exchange access service connected to the public switched telephone network providing access to an assembly of basic features. This service will enable voice and data transmission.
Please see attached interrogatories relating to your application.
Responses to these interrogatories must be received by the Commission no later than 28 February 2006.
'Original signed by D. Magmanlac (for)'
c.c.: Michel Murray, CRTC (819) 997-9300
1. In Decision 94-19, the Commission considered it appropriate to provide increased pricing and service assembly flexibility by adopting customer-specific tariffs, and listed two general types of customer-specific tariffs:
In its application, Télébec submits that the Centrex Télémétrie service is a specific arrangement that is not offered in its General Tariff, and is modeled on its Centrex service, and believes that this special assembly arrangement is Type 1.
Date Modified: 2006-02-21
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