Telecom - Commission letter addressed to Mr. Dennis Béland (Québecor Média inc.)


Ottawa, 25 November 2019

Our reference: 1011-NOC2017-0033


BY EMAIL

Mr. Dennis Béland
Vice-president, Regulatory Affairs
Québecor Média inc.
612 St-Jacques Street, 15th Floor
Montréal, Quebec H3C 4M8
regaffairs@quebecor.com


Subject:  Annual request for information regarding Message Relay Services - Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2018-466


Dear Mr. Béland:

I am writing in regards to Québecor’s 31 January 2019 response to a request for information (RFI) letter issued on 17 January 2019. That letter was issued pursuant to the Message Relay Services (MRS) Regulatory PolicyFootnote1published on 14 December 2018.

In order to have more complete information, Commission staff requests a response to this letter by 9 December 2019. The response must include answers to the two requests set out below.

 

Request #1

Pursuant to paragraph 38 of the MRS Regulatory Policy, WSPs that offer and provide mobile wireless voice services will, by 14 June 2019, be required to offer IP relay service to their retail customers.

Confirm whether Québecor’s mobile wireless operations, including Québecor’s flanker brands, have met the 14 June 2019 deadline to offer IP relay service to their retail customers.


Request #2

Commission staff notes that in 2018, average monthly IP relay wait times were #66.17# seconds, while the percentage of calls answered within 20 seconds averaged #81.25%#.

What percentage of calls during 2018 that took longer than 20 seconds to be answered by a live relay operator were answered:

The filing of documents referenced in this letter is to be done using the secured service “My CRTC Account (Partner Log In or GCKey).”

Please note that responses to this letter are due 9 December 2019. If you have any questions, please contact Bradley Gaudet at bradley.gaudet@crtc.gc.ca.


Yours sincerely,


Nanao Kachi
Director, Social and Consumer Policy
Consumer, Research and Communications

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