Telecom Commission Letter Addressed to Natalie MacDonald (Bragg Communications Inc.)
Ottawa, 5 April 2017
Our reference: 8740-P1-201702415
Ms. Natalie MacDonald
VP, Regulatory Matters
Bragg Communications Inc.
6080 Young Street, Suite 801
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5L2
RE: People’s Tel Tariff Notice 90– Rate Schedules for Primary Exchange (Local) Service
Dear Ms. MacDonald:
On 24 March, 2017 the Commission received an application by People’s Tel Limited Partnership, operating as Eastlink ((Eastlink), under Tariff Notice (TN) 90, in which the company proposed changes to People’s Tel’s General Tariff CRTC 25540, Section 100, item 4 – Rate Schedules for Primary Exchange (Local) Service in order to standardize its seasonal rates to simplify billing and provide a balanced rate across the country.
Commission staff is continuing its analysis of this application.
Consequently, this application, along with any associated subsequent revisions, will not be approved on an interim basis on the 15th calendar day following receipt. However, the Commission intends to dispose of this application, along with any associated subsequent revisions, within 45 business days of receipt of the filing.
Paragraph 28(1)(a) of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure provides that the Commission may require parties to file information or documents where needed.
Eastlink is requested to provide comprehensive answers, including rationale and any supporting information, to the attached question by 12 April 2017.
Original signed by
Director, Dispute Resolution & Regulatory Implementation
c.c: Joanne Baldassi, CRTC, 819-997-3498, email@example.com
Request for information
- In the proposed revised tariff page for Section 100, Item 4.0 – Rate Schedules for Primary Exchange (Local) Service, the application removes provisions relating to seasonal pricing of residential calling features.
Applications to withdraw a service must be in accordance with Information Bulletin 2010-455-1Footnote 1, including notifying each customer affected by the application to withdraw a particular service, and providing clear and detailed information about how an affected customer can participate in the Commission’s process.
- Confirm that the seasonal pricing of residential calling features will no longer be available to customers.
- If the seasonal pricing of residential calling features will no longer be available to customers, explain why this should not be considered a withdrawal of service covered by Information Bulletin 2010-455-1.
- Confirm how many existing customers there are for the seasonal pricing of residential calling features service.
- If there are existing customers for the seasonal pricing of residential calling features, explain how Eastlink is meeting the provisions of Information Bulletin 2010-455-1 with respect to notifying these customers of the proposed withdrawal of the service.
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