ARCHIVED - Telecom Commission Letter addressed to Clayton Zekelman (Managed Network Systems Inc)
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Ottawa, 18 December 2015
Our reference: 8662-M50-201512145
Mr. Clayton Zekelman
Managed Network Systems Inc.
3363 Tecumseh Rd. E
Windsor, ON N8W 1H4
Re: Managed Network Systems Inc. – Application to review and vary Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2015-326 – Request for information
Dear Mr. Zekelman,
The Commission received a Part 1 application, dated 20 October 2015, from Managed Network Systems Inc.. (MNSi), in which the company requested that the Commission review and vary certain of its determinations pertaining to unbundled local loops (ULLs) in Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2015-326, Review of wholesale wireline services and related policies.
MNSi is requested to provide comprehensive answers, including any supporting information and rationale, to the attached request for information by 15 January 2016.
For any questions regarding this letter, please contact Sylvie Labbé at 819-953-4945 or email@example.com.
Original signed by
Director, Competition and Emergency Service Policy
c.c. Philippe Gauvin, Bell Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Schmidt, TELUS, email@example.com
Michelle Dupuis, TELUS, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sylvie Labbé, CRTC, 819-953-4945, email@example.com
Attachment - Request for information
- For each exchange where MNSi leases ULLs, identify the exchange and provide the total number of MNSi customers currently served through the use of leased ULLs broken down by customers that subscribe to i) local voice service only ii) Internet service only and iii) both local voice service and Internet service.
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