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Ottawa, 2 December 2011

File No.:  8663-C12-201015470


Mr. Dennis Peng
Vice President of Product Management
Ooma Inc.
1840 Embarcadero Road
Palo Alto, California

Re: Obligations of local VoIP service providers with respect to 9-1-1 emergency service and registration as a reseller

Dear Mr. Peng:

On 22 November 2011, Commission staff advised Ooma Inc. (Ooma) to submit responses to some additional requirements related to the above-noted subject in order to comply with the directives in Telecom Decision 2005-21[1] and Telecom Decision 2005-61[2].  On 24 November 2011 Ooma filed its response to the above-noted Commission staff letter.

This is to advise that Commission staff considers Ooma is in compliance with the directives in Telecom Decision 2005-21 and Telecom Decision 2005-61.

Yours sincerely,

‘Original signed by S. Bédard’

Suzanne Bédard
Senior Manager, Tariffs

cc:  C. Abbott, CRTC (819) 997-4509

[1] Emergency service obligations for local VoIP service providers, Telecom Decision CRTC 2005-21, 4 April 2005 (Telecom Decision 2005-21).

[2] Follow-up to Emergency services obligations for local VoIP service providers, Decision 2005-21 – Customer notification requirements, Telecom Decision CRTC 2005-61, 20 October 2005 (Telecom Decision 2005-61).

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