For Enforcement and Relief - Re Bell Canada - Unauthorized Rate Increases to Party Line Rental Sets
2004-02-12 - Telecom Decsion CRTC 2004-8 - The Commission finds that Bell Canada provided appropriate compensation to customers that could be located who were overcharged for party-line terminal sets. The Commission also finds that Bell Canada made a reasonable effort to find overcharged customers that were not located. The Commission notes that Bell Canada must provide full refunds, with interest, to any of these customers that come forward or that the company locates in the future. Reference: 8661-P8-02/02.
2003-09-19 - Telecom Cost Order 2003-10 - The Commission approves the application for costs by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) with respect to its participation in the proceeding relating to PIAC's Part VII application for enforcement and relief regarding Bell Canada's unauthorized rate increases to party-line rental sets. Reference: 8661-P8-02/02 and 4754-216.
2003/07/24 - Bell Canada
Description: For the Commission's information, the following provides additional information with respect to the Public Interest Advocacy Centre's (PIAC) Application concerning incorrect rates charged for party line terminal sets.
Document: 030724_2.doc - 68KB
2003/04/23 - Bell Canada
Description: Bell Canada (or the Company) has received the application for costs of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) in the above-noted proceeding, by letter dated 24 March 2003. The Company objects to the applicant's entitlement to costs.
Document: 030423.doc - 59KB
2003/03/24 - Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)
Description: PIAC Application for Costs in Part VII Application by PIAC Re: Bell Canada Rental Set Rates
Document: 030324.pdf - 227KB
2002/09/30 - Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)
Description: We are in receipt of a letter dated 27 September 2002 from Bell Canada, responding to our Reply comments in this proceeding.
Document: 020930.doc - 40KB
2002/09/27 - Bell Canada
Description: Bell Canada (the Company) is in receipt of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre's (PIAC) reply concerning incorrect rates charged for party line terminal sets, by letter dated 18 September 2002.
Document: 020927.doc - 69KB
2002/09/18 - PIAC
Description: We are in receipt of Bell Canada's Answer to our Part VII Application on the above-noted issue, which Answer is dated September 9, 2002. The following is PIAC's Reply.
ocument: 020918.doc - 80KB
2002/09/09 - Bell Canada
Description: The attached answer is filed by Bell Canada in response to an application under Part VII of the CRTC Telecommunication Rules of Procedure by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre dated 14 August 2002, concerning incorrect rates charged for terminal sets associated with two and four party-lines.
Document: 020909.doc - 102KB
2002/08/14 - Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)
Description: The following is an application made pursuant to sections 25, 48, 51, 55, 56, 57 and 60 of the Telecommunications Act, and filed under Part VII of the CRTC Telecommunications Rules of Procedure on behalf of Bell Canada's residential party-line customers.
Document: 020814.zip - 17KB
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