ARCHIVED - Telecom Commission Letter Addressed to Robert Quance (ISP Telecom Inc.)

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Ottawa, 26 May 2015

Our references: 8740-J34-201110460, 8740-J34-201110478, 8740-J34-20110519, 8740-J34-201110733


Mr. Robert Quance
General Manager
ISP Telecom Inc.
1155, boul René Lévesque Ouest,
Suite 2500
Montréal, QC  H3B 2K4

RE: Tariff Notices 10, 11, 12, 13, and 13A – Revisions to CLEC Access Services Tariff

Dear Sir:

Between 5 July 2011 and 12 July 2011, the Commission received applications by ISP Telecom Inc. (ISP Telecom), under Tariff Notices (TNs) 10, 11, 12, 13, and 13/A, in which the company proposed modifications to its CLEC Access Services Tariff to incorporate changes to comply with all updates the Commission had made to its CLEC Model Tariff since November 2008.

These applications were approved on an interim basis in Telecom Order 2011-430, dated 19 July 2011.

In a letter dated 20 October 2011, Commission staff asked ISP Telecom to indicate whether, between November 2008 and 19 July 2011, it had charged a rate for any telecommunications services otherwise than in accordance with its approved tariff for that time.

In a letter dated 28 November 2011, ISP Telecom responded that, during the relevant time, it had charged a rate for trunk-side access service that varied from its tariff. However, ISP Telecom submitted that the rate it had charged for this service during the relevant time was $0. The company requested ratification for the service and time period in question.

Commission staff considers that since no rate was charged for the service during the period in question, ratification is not required in this case. In Telecom Order 2015-219, the Commission approved these applications on a final basis.

Original signed by

Michel Murray
Director, Dispute Resolution and Regulatory Implementation
Telecommunications Sector

c.c.:  Andrew Matoga, ISP Telecom,
Laurie Ventura, CRTC, 819-997-4589,

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