2002/09/20 - Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-58 GT Group Telecom Services Corp. v. Bell Canada - Non-compliance with Bundling Rules. In this decision, the Commission finds that a Bell Canada promotion offering business customers a rebate of long distance charges contingent on the customer obtaining local exchange services from Bell Canada is a bundled service that requires tariff approval. Reference: 8661-G7-01/02.
2002/06/07 - GT Group Telecom Services Corp.
Description: GT Group Telecom Services Corp. (Group Telecom) is in receipt of comments, dated 21 May 2002, filed by AT&T Canada in respect of the above-referenced application and Bell Canada's Answer of the same date.
Document: 020607.doc - 84KB
2002/05/30 - Bell Canada
Description: Bell Canada (the Company) is in receipt of AT&T Canada Corp.'s (AT&T) intervention relating to GT Group Telecom Services Corp.'s (Group Telecom) Part VII application, by letter dated 21 May 2002.
Document: 020530.doc - 58KB
2002/05/21 - AT&T Canada
Description: AT&T Canada is in receipt of a Part VII application (the "Application") filed by GT Group Telecom on 19 April 2002.
Document: 020521.doc - 54KB
2002/05/21 - Bell Canada
Description: Bell Canada (the Company) is in receipt of GT Group Telecom Services Corp.'s (Group Telecom) Part VII application concerning alleged non-compliance with bundling rules, by letter dated 19 April 2002.
Document: 020521_1.doc - 75KB
2002/04/19 - GT Group Telecom Services Corp.
Description: GT Group Telecom Services Corp. files the attached application regarding Bell Canada's non-compliance with the rules established by the Commission for the bundling of tariffed and forborne services in respect of certain rebates in the long distance market.
Document: 020419.zip - 93KB