PIAC: 8661-P8-01/01

Alleged violation of Basic Toll Rate Constraint established in CRTC Decision 97-19

2002/04/26 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-27
Public Interest Advocacy Centre complaint alleging violation of basic toll schedule constraints by Bell Canada. In this decision, the Commission denies PIAC's application. The Commission finds that the calls at issue in the complaint are made by First Rate plan customers, not basic toll schedule subscribers. The Commission also finds that Bell Canada did, in fact, provide advance notice of the changes to the First Rate plan. The Commission also notes that PIAC provided no evidence that other carriers were involved. Reference: 8661-P8-01/01.

2001/12/12 - PIAC
Description: We are in receipt of Bell Canada's response to the above-mentioned application, filed by PIAC on November 2, 2001. This is PIAC's reply.
Document: 011212.doc - 30KB

2001/12/05 - Bell Canada
Description: The following constitutes Bell Canada's Answer to an application dated 2 November 2001, which was filed by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) under Part VII of the CRTC Telecommunications Rules of Procedure regarding the rates associated with Bell Canada's First RateTM toll plan (the Application).
Document: 011205_2.doc - 66KB

2001/11/02 - Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)
This is an Application filed under Part VII of the CRTC Telecommunications Rules of Procedure by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre ("PIAC") regarding billing practices of Bell Canada (and possibly other ILECs) that, in our view, violate the constraint on basic toll rates set out in CRTC Decision 97-19.
Document: 011102.doc - 45KB

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