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Ottawa, 8 March 2006
Mr. Brian Armstrong
Dear Mr. Armstrong :
Re: SaskTel Tariff Notices 103 and 105
On 22 February 2006 , the Commission received an application related to Zero-Dialed Emergency Call Routing Service from Saskatchewan Telecommunications under cover of Tariff Notice (TN) 103.
On 24 February 2006 , the Commission received an application related to Centrex IP Service from the company under cover of Tariff Notice (TN) 105.
Due to issues surrounding the provision of VOIP services, the Commission will not be able to render its decisions within 10 business days of the dates of receipt of TN 103 and TN 105. The Commission expects to render its decisions within 45 business days of the dates of receipt of these tariff notices.
'Original signed by S. Bédard '
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