2002/12/04 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-74 Call-Net Enterprises Inc. v. Bell Canada and Bell Nexxia - Alleged discrimination in Bell Canada's winback campaigns. The Commission denies Call-Net Enterprises Inc.'s request for an order directing Bell Canada and Bell Nexxia to cease and desist from informing resellers that, if they chose Bell Nexxia as their wholesale service provider, Bell Canada would not target their toll and toll-free customer bases in its winback activities. Reference: 8622-C25-13/01.
2001/12/17 - Call-Net Enterprises Inc.
Description: Call-Net Enterprises Inc. ("Call-Net") submits this Reply in respect of its Application noted above.
Document: 011217.doc - 25KB
2001/12/05 - Bell Canada
Description: Enclosed herewith is the Answer of Bell Canada (the Company) to the above referenced Application filed 5 November 2001 by Call-Net Enterprises Inc. (Call-Net) pursuant to Part VII of the CRTC Telecommunications Rules of Procedure with respect to the provision of toll and toll free services by the Company or its affiliate, Bell Nexxia, to wholesale customers (the Application).
Document: 011205A.doc - 81KB
2001/11/05 - Call-Net Enterprises Inc.
Call-Net Enterprises Inc. ("Call-Net") on behalf of itself and its affiliated companies, including Sprint Canada Inc., submits this Application under Part VII of the Telecommunications Rules of Procedure and pursuant to Sections 48(1), 55, 60 and 70 of the Telecommunications Act (the "Act") requesting that the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission ("CRTC" or "Commission") immediately issue an order, on an expedited basis, directing Bell Canada Inc. (Bell Canada) to cease and desist certain specific conduct in the competitive toll market place which is in contravention of section 27(2) of the Act.
Document: 011105.doc - 28KB