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Ottawa, 1 December 2010
Our Ref.: 8622-G44-201015438
Re: Part VII application by Globalive Wireless Management Corp. – Seamless transition when moving out of zone
On 12 October 2010, Globalive Wireless Management Corp. (Globalive) filed a Part VII application requesting that the Commission find that Rogers Wireless Partnership (Rogers) is conferring an undue preference upon itself and direct Rogers to provide seamless transition, between Rogers’ and Globalive’s networks, of voice and data calls.
In Service standards for the disposition of telecommunications applications, Telecom Circular CRTC 2006-11, 7 December 2006, the Commission stated that it would categorize Part VII applications into two types: Type 1 applications that generally do not involve multiple parties or raise significant policy issues and Type 2 applications that do involve multiple parties and/or raise significant policy issues.
The Commission also adopted the following service standards for Part VII applications:
- Type 1 Part VII applications – 90 percent of determinations to be issued on an
interim or final basis within four months of the close-of-record; and
- Type 2 Part VII applications – 85 percent of determinations to be issued on an
interim or final basis within eight months of the close-of-record.
The Commission stated that it would inform applicants, by letter, within 10 days of the end of the comment period for applications, whether the application is considered to be a Type 1 or Type 2 application, and the applicable service standard.
Commission staff has assessed the above application and considers it to be a Type 1 application. Accordingly, it is expected that the Commission will issue interim or final determinations within four months of the close-of-record.
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Director, Competition Implementation and Technology
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