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Ottawa, 29 August 2012
Our Reference: 8663-C12-201108754
Ms. Natalie MacDonald
Vice President, Regulatory Matters
6080 Young Street
Dear Ms. MacDonald:
RE: Review of regulatory framework for the small incumbent local exchange carriers and related matters, Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2011-348-4 - Requests for information
Pursuant to the procedure set out in paragraph 42 of Review of regulatory framework for the small incumbent local exchange carriers and related matters, Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2011-348-4, 30 July 2012, attached are requests for information addressed to Bragg Communications Inc. (“EastLink”).
The responses to the interrogatories are to be filed with the Commission and served on all parties by 19 September 2012. The responses are to be received, and not merely sent, by this date.
‘Original signed by J. Macri’
c.c.: William Lloyd, CRTC, (819) 997-4654, email@example.com
401 For each of the years 2011 and 2012, separately for Amtelecom and People’s, provide estimates of toll interconnection revenues, with and without the reductions under the Canadian Independent Telephone Company Joint Task Force
(“the JTF”) Proposal1 for toll interconnection rates (see JTF Proposal paragraph 88 and notes 3 and 4 in the response to interrogatory KMTS(CRTC)14Mar12-204). Provide all data, methodologies and assumptions used in developing the estimates.
402 The current small ILEC regulatory framework permits an exogenous factor adjustment for events that satisfy the following criteria:
- they are legislative, judicial or administrative actions which are beyond the control of the company;
- they are addressed specifically to the telecommunications industry; and
- they have a material impact on the company.
For the next small ILEC regulatory framework, does EastLink propose any changes to these criteria?
403 Under the current small ILEC regulatory framework, the maximum permissible cumulative increase to monthly rates in any 12 month period for services in the First Basket is $4.
For the next small ILEC regulatory framework, what changes, if any, does EastLink propose to this maximum permissible increase?
 Regulatory Framework Proposal, Canadian Independent Telephone Company Joint Task Force,
8 August 2012.
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