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Ottawa, 6 December 2010

Télébec, Limited Partnership – Wireless Service Provider Enhanced 9-1-1 Service

File number: Tariff Notice 393


1.         On 24 July 2009, Télébec, Limited Partnership (Télébec) filed Tariff Notice 393, requesting Commission approval for its revised General Tariff item 3.6, Wireless Service Provider Enhanced 9-1-1 Service (WSP E9-1-1 Service).[1] Télébec filed this application pursuant to certain requirements set out in Telecom Regulatory Policy 2009-40, in which the Commission mandated all incumbent local exchange carriers to file proposed revised WSP E9-1-1 Service tariffs associated with the implementation of Phase II Stage 1 of that service.[2] The Commission approved the application, including Télébec’s proposed monthly rate of $0.0039 per wireless telephone number associated with the Phase II Stage 1 element of the service, on an interim basis in Telecom Order 2009-473, effective 24 August 2009.

2.         The Commission received no comments regarding Télébec’s application. The public record of this proceeding, which closed on 8 September 2009, is available on the Commission’s website at under “Public Proceedings” or by using the file number provided above.

Should the Commission approve the application on a final basis?

3.         Télébec submitted that it currently uses Bell Canada’s rate associated with the Phase I element of WSP E9-1-1 Service and that it plans to outsource Phase II Stage 1 of the service to Bell Canada without incurring any of its own development costs. Télébec therefore proposed to use the same rate that Bell Canada initially proposed on 4 June 2009 for the Phase II Stage 1 element of WSP E9-1-1 Service.

4.         The Commission approves on a final basis Télébec’s Tariff Notice 393, effective 24 August 2009.

Secretary General

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[1]  WSP E9-1-1 service provides WSPs with access to the incumbent local exchange carriers’ 9-1-1 networks in order to transport WSPs’ end-customer call display information to the public safety answering points.

[2]  Implementation of WSP E9-1-1 Service has been accomplished in two phases: the Phase I element provides call number, cell/site location sector information, and WSP identification, while the Phase II Stage 1 element provides longitudinal and latitudinal information regarding caller location in addition to the information provided in Phase I.


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