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Ottawa, 22 December 2006

File No.: 8740-M4-200616328 


Fax: 819-293-6120

Louise Bégin
Sogetel Inc.
111 du 12-Novembre Street
Nicolet, QC   J3T 1S3

Dear Ms. Bégin:

RE:    Sogetel Inc. - Tariff Notice 219 129

This letter is in response to your application regarding Tariff Notice 219 (TN 129) dated 8 December 2006, in which Sogetel Inc. proposes to amend sections (call blocking) and (omission of a directory listing) of its General Tariffs and delete section (long-distance service, persons with disabilities) from those Tariffs, further to the Statement of Consumer Rights, Telecom Decision CRTC CRTC 2006-52, 29 August 2006 (Decision 2006-52).

Commission staff notes that in "MTS Allstream and Bell Canada - Part VII Applications Regarding 900 Service," the Commission directed Société en commandite Télébec and small incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) to show cause as to "why the measures taken in Decision 2006-48 should not apply to the companies, and to make recommendations as to how the measures should be implemented, if applicable, in their respective cases."

In addition, in Decision 2006-52, the Commission directed small ILECs and Norouestel Inc. "to show cause, within 120 days of this Decision, why the statement of consumer rights should not be adopted in their respective territories, and to propose any modifications necessary to accurately reflect their tariffs."

Given that the Commission has not yet made a decision on the Follow-Up to Decision 2006-48 and that the file on the Follow-Up to Decision 2006-52 will not be closed before the beginning of February 2007, your application must be put on hold.

The Commission will therefore not be able to make a decision on your application within either 10 business days or 45 business days of the application's filing.   Your application will be processed when the Commission has made decisions on the follow-ups to decisions 2006-48 and 2006-52.  


[original signed by S. Bédard]

Suzanne Bédard
Senior Manager, Tariffs

cc:   Lizette Pépin, CRTC (819) 953-8735

Date Modified: 2006-12-22
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