Request a ruling on Telus' discriminatory pricing of T1 service location common cost rebate process
2002/04/08 - Telecom Order CRTC 2002-17 The Commission denies an application by Mercuryspeed.com (Mercuryspeed) seeking an order from the Commission, pursuant to section 35(1) of the Telecommunications Act, effectively directing TELUS Communications Inc. to provide Mercuryspeed with Internet interconnection service at a lower rate than the rate quoted to Mercuryspeed. Reference: 8622-M47-01/01.
2001/11/07 - Mercuryspeed.com
Description: Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to respond to the submission by Telus. We are just a small company trying to serve rural Canadians and don't have the expertise with this appeal process that a company like Telus can bring to bear.
Document: 011107.doc - 26KB
2001/10/19 - TELUS Communications Inc.
Description: TELUS Communications Inc. ("TELUS") is in receipt of an application by Mercuryspeed.com, dated September 20, 2001, alleging discriminatory pricing with regards to a request for Internet Gateway Service in Barriere, BC. In accordance with the procedures governing Part VII applications, attached is the Answer of TELUS.
Document: 011019.zip - 23KB
2001/09/20 - Mercuryspeed.com
Description: I am writing this letter to appeal to the Commission for a ruling on what I believe constitutes a clear contravention of the Telecommunications Act. This appeal will be based on Part III, Section 27(1) and 27(2). I will also suggest that the Commission has the power under the Act in Part III, Section 35(1) to provide remedy at least until some competition can be provided to consumers in rural areas of Canada.
Document: 010920.doc - 25KB
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