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Ottawa, 26 September 2016

Our references: 1011-NOC2016-0116



Re: Establishment of a regulatory framework for next-generation 9-1-1 in Canada, Telecom Notice of Consultation 2016-116 – Disclosure of Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers’ aggregated 9-1-1 revenue amounts

This letter addresses disclosure of aggregated information regarding the 9-1-1 revenue amounts collected by Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers (ILECs)Footnote1 referred to in Commission staff’s letter dated 21 September 2016, and based on information submitted in the proceeding initiated by Telecom Notice of Consultation 2016-116.
The ILECs’ aggregated national revenue amounts for the various categories, as calculated by Commission staff, are provided in Attachment 1. These calculations are based on the revenue information provided by the ILECs in this proceeding.
Yours sincerely,

Original signed by

Sheehan Carter
Acting/Director, Competition and Emergency Services Policy
Telecommunications Sector
cc: James Ndirangu, CRTC, (819) 997-3670,

Distribution List

Bell Canada,  
TELUS Communications Company,  
MTS Inc.,  
Saskatchewan Telecommunications,
Rogers Communications Partnership,
National Pensioners Federation (NPF), Council of Senior Citizens’ Organizations of B.C. (COSCO) and Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC),

Attachment 1

The table below sets out aggregated national retail and wholesale 9-1-1 revenues received by the ILECs in 2015:Footnote2

Aggregated national retail and wholesale 9-1-1 revenues received by the ILECs in 2015
Revenue source Aggregated RevenueFootnote3 in 2015 ($M)
From the ILECs’ wireline subscribers (in-territory) 17.64
From the ILECs’ wireless subscribers(in-territory) 14.87
From the ILECs’ charges to other service providers  
competitive local exchange carriers 8.29
wireless service providers 22.37
Total 63.17


Footnote 1

Bell Canada (Bell), TELUS Communications Company (TELUS), MTS Inc. (MTS) and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel)

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Footnote 2

Calculations based on information provided in responses to interrogatories Bell Canada (CRTC) 22Jul16-5; MTS (CRTC) 22July16-5; SaskTel (CRTC) 22 Jul16-5; and TELUS (CRTC) 22Jul16-6.

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Footnote 3

Sum of the revenues amount submitted for each category by Bell, TELUS, MTS and SaskTel.

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