ARCHIVED - Telecom Procedural Letter Addressed to Howard Slawner (Rogers Communications Canada Inc.)

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Ottawa, 4 August 2017

Our reference:  8740-R28-201705625


Mr. Howard Slawner
Vice President – Regulatory Telecom
350 Bloor Street East
6th Floor
Toronto Ontario  M4W 1G9

RE:  Rogers General Tariff 21530 - Tariff Notice (TN) 53 – Introduction of new Aggregated Point of Interconnection (POI) speed tier Third Party Internet Access (TPIA) Service – Withdrawal of Tariff Notice Application

Dear Sir,

On June 29, 2017, the Commission received an application from Rogers Communications Canada Inc. (Rogers) under Tariff Notice (TN) 53 in which the company proposed to introduce an Aggregated Point of Interconnection 10MbpsU/25MbpsD Third Party Internet Access Service.

On July 14, 2017, Rogers filed a letter requesting to withdraw the above-mentioned application from consideration by the Commission in which it stated that it no longer intended to introduce this service.

In light of the above, Rogers request to withdraw its application with regard to TN 53 is acceptable. Accordingly, this file is now closed.


Original signed by

Lyne Renaud
Director, Competitor Services and Costing Implementation
Telecommunications Sector

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