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Ottawa, 14 May 2010
Globility Communications Corporation – Update to Competitive Local Exchange Carrier General Tariff
File numbers: Tariff Notices 14 and 14A
1. The Commission received an application by Globility Communications Corporation (Globility), dated 26 April 2010, and amended on 30 April 2010, proposing revisions to its Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) General Tariff. Specifically, the company proposed revisions to item 103 – Payment of Charges, item 302 – Trunk-side Access, item 402 – Trunk-side Access, item 403 – Line-side Access, and item 503 – 9-1-1 Emergency Response Service. Globility indicated that the proposed revisions to these items were filed in response to a Commission staff letter dated 16 March 2010 dealing with updates to CLEC Model Tariff version 32.
2. Globility also requested that the Commission ratify the rates proposed in the application, for interconnection services with wireless service providers (WSPs) in Alberta and British Columbia, from 26 April 2010 to the date the application is approved.
3. The Commission considers that the proposed revisions are consistent with the updates to CLEC Model Tariff version 32, as set out in the 16 March 2010 letter referenced above.
4. Accordingly, the Commission approves on an interim basis Globility's proposals to modify its CLEC General Tariff. The Commission will address the ratification request and any other issues related to the application if necessary, in a subsequent order.
- Revised regulatory requirements for management of customer accounts, Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2009-424, 17 July 2009
- Establishment of a model tariff for the 9-1-1 emergency response service offered by competitive local exchange carriers, Telecom Decision CRTC 2009-400, 2 July 2009
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 The updates to CLEC Model Tariff version 32 included revisions made necessary as a result of Commission determinations in Telecom Decision 2009-400 and Telecom Regulatory Policy 2009-424.
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