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Ottawa, 8 May 2019

Our reference:  8740-B20-201902685


Mr. Philippe Gauvin
Assistant General Counsel
Bell Canada
Floor 19, 160 Elgin St. 
Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 2C4

RE:  Tariff Notice 950 – Introduction of SIP Trunking Service for Télébec and migration of existing tariffs

Dear Sir:

On 23 April 2019, the Commission received an application by Bell Canada, under Tariff Notice 950, in which the company proposed revisions to the National Services Tariff (NST), CRTC 7400, to order to introduce new NST item 516 – SIP Trunking Service for Télébec’s operating territory in the province of Québec and migrate the existing Bell MTS, Bell Canada and Bell Aliant SIP Trunking Service tariff items to the new NST item.

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.


Original signed by

Michel Murray
Director, Dispute Resolution & Regulatory Implementation
Telecommunications Sector

c.c.: Joanne Baldassi, CRTC, 819-997-3498,

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