Telecom Decision CRTC 2003-11

Ottawa, 18 March 2003

See also: 2003-11-1

Follow-up to Regulatory framework for second price cap period, Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-34 - Service basket assignment

Reference: 8638-C12-64/02

In this decision, the Commission finalizes the assignment of tariffed services to the service baskets established in Regulatory framework for second price cap period, Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-34, 30 May 2002.

Introduction

1. In Regulatory framework for second price cap period, Telecom Decision CRTC 2002-34, 30 May 2002 (Decision 2002-34), the Commission established the price regulation regime that is now applicable to the following incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs): Aliant Telecom Inc.(Aliant Telecom), Bell Canada, MTS Communications Inc. (MTS), Saskatchewan Telecommunications (SaskTel) and TELUS Communications Inc. (TCI) (collectively, the ILECs).

2. Appendices 1 and 2 to Decision 2002-34 contained the Commission's assignment of competitor services, and its preliminary view regarding the assignment of other tariffed services, respectively. The Commission initiated, in Decision 2002-34, a procedure to allow the parties to the proceeding to comment on the service assignments set out in Appendices 1 and 2 of that decision.

3. The Commission received comments dated 17 July 2002 from Aliant Telecom, Bell Canada, and MTS (collectively, the Companies), AT&T Canada Corp. on behalf of itself and AT&T Canada Telecom Services Company (collectively, AT&T Canada), Call-Net Enterprises Inc. (Call-Net), SaskTel and TCI.

4. Call-Net filed reply comments on 1 August 2002. AT&T Canada, the Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA), the Companies, Microcell Telecommunications Inc. (Microcell), the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), Rogers Wireless Inc. (RWI), and TCI filed reply comments on 2 August 2002. The Companies and TCI filed further reply comments on 15 August 2002 and 16 August 2002, respectively.

5. In part I of this decision, the Commission addresses Call-Net's argument that many of the ILECs' proposals were requests to review and vary Decision 2002-34. In part II of this decision, the Commission addresses parties' submissions related to the assignment of competitor services. Lastly, in part III of this decision, the Commission addresses parties' submissions related to the classification of other tariffed services.

Part I - Call-Net's argument that many ILEC proposals are requests to review and vary Decision 2002-34

6. In its reply comments, Call-Net argued that many of the ILECs' proposals were requests to review and vary Decision 2002-34 on the basis that these proposals dealt with mark-up and productivity issues resolved by Decision 2002-34. Call-Net submitted that such proposals should be dismissed.

7. The Commission notes that Call-Net did not specifically identify the ILEC proposals that, in its view, constituted requests to review and vary Decision 2002-34. The Commission further notes that the scope of the follow-up proceeding leading to this decision specifically requested parties' views with respect to the assignment of services set out in Appendices 1 and 2 of Decision 2002-34. Accordingly, the Commission considers that parties' requests to reclassify a service, insofar as they do not propose a change to the specific criteria set out in Decision 2002-34 to assign services to a particular category, basket, or service grouping, are not requests to review and vary Decision 2002-34.

Part II - Competitor services

Background

8. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission established two categories of services within the competitor services group. The first category comprised those services that are in the nature of an essential service (Category I competitor services). The second category comprised other services developed for use by telecommunications service providers (Category II competitor services).

9. The Commission noted in Decision 2002-34 that Category I competitor services would include interconnection and ancillary services required by Canadian carriers and resellers interconnecting to the ILECs' networks, essential services as defined in Local Competition, Telecom Decision CRTC 97-8, 1 May 1997 (Decision 97-8) and near-essential services, such as those that were the subject of Local Competition sunset clause for near-essential facilities, Order CRTC 2001-184, 1 March 2001 (Order 2001-184). The Commission stated in Decision 2002-34 that Category I services were critical inputs required by competitors in light of the very limited supply of these services.

10. The Commission determined in Decision 2002-34 that Category I competitor services would generally be priced on the basis of Phase II costs plus a mandated mark-up of 15%. Further, Category I competitor services would be subject to a constraint at the rate element level requiring that, on an annual basis, the price reflect the impact of the rate of inflation less the productivity offset (the I-X constraint). For Category II competitor services, the Commission found it appropriate to cap the rates for these services at existing levels.

Unbundled Loop Service Charge per order, Unbundled Loop Service Charge per loop and Loop Selection Service Charge

11. The Companies and TCI argued that the Unbundled Loop Service Charge per order, the Unbundled Loop Service Charge per loop, and the Loop Selection Service Charge should be exempted from the application of the I-X constraint. The Companies and TCI noted that in Decision 2002-34 these services were classified as Category I competitor services subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. They submitted that in the original economic studies used to establish the cost-based rates for these services they had applied a productivity factor to the Phase II costs of these services. The Companies and TCI submitted that it would therefore be inappropriate to apply the I-X constraint to these services.

12. AT&T Canada and Call-Net submitted that the ILECs' request should be denied and that the I-X constraint should apply.

13. AT&T Canada submitted that it was not clear how the productivity factors were determined, what level of productivity improvements were applied, and over what period of time these improvements had been forecast. AT&T Canada argued that improvements applied directly within the ILECs' cost studies lacked transparency and were open to potential gaming. AT&T Canada submitted that the Commission should ensure that productivity improvements are applied in a consistent and transparent manner to ensure that competitors will be charged true cost-based rates.

14. Call-Net submitted that, if productivity was included in the Phase II costs of these services, they should be subject to annual cost updates to ensure the most current forward-looking view of the Phase II costs.

15. The Commission notes that the original cost studies filed by the ILECs in support of the current Unbundled Loop Service Charge per order and Unbundled Loop Service Charge per loop did not explicitly include a productivity factor. Further, the Commission's revised cost estimates on which the current rates are based did not include a productivity factor. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that the Unbundled loop service charge per order and the Unbundled loop service charge per loop should be subject to the I-X constraint.

16. The Commission notes that while the cost study filed by the Companies in support of the Loop Selection Service Charge referred explicitly to the inclusion of a productivity factor, the cost study filed by TCI did not. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that the Loop Selection Service Charge of Bell Canada, MTS and Aliant Telecom will be exempt from the application of the I-X constraint, whereas the I-X constraint will apply to the Loop Selection Service Charge of TCI.

Loop Modification service

17. The Companies and TCI submitted that the charges associated with Loop Modification service should be exempt from the application of the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. The Companies and TCI noted that this service was classified as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. They noted that their respective tariffs specified that these charges were determined based on the amount of work and time required to modify an existing loop in order to remove bridge taps or loading coils. The Companies and TCI argued that when a rate was based solely on labour rates subject to ongoing adjustments, it was not appropriate to apply an I-X constraint.

18. Call-Net argued that Loop Modification service should not be exempt from the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. Call-Net submitted that Loop Modification service is in the nature of an essential service since only the ILEC field technician is capable of providing the service. Call-Net argued that the ILECs will experience productivity gains on these services and that the rates charged to competitors for this service should reflect those gains.

19. AT&T Canada stated that, in its experience, the ILECs have generally used a flat-rate approach in determining the rates for services of this nature. AT&T Canada submitted that competitors and customers have generally not been provided details of the work and time spent in completing a task. AT&T Canada argued that, as a result, there was no incentive for the ILECs to improve productivity in relation to services provided at hourly rates.

20. The Commission notes that all the ILECs' tariffs specify that Loop Modification service is rated on the basis of the work and time required by a technician to modify a loop. The Commission notes, however, that none of these tariffs identifies or references the specific labour rates that apply when loop modifications are requested by a competitor. The Commission considers that the ILECs' tariffs with respect to Loop Modification service are not sufficiently precise and require amendments to incorporate a reference to the specific tariffed labour rates and conditions that would apply for this service. The Commission therefore directs the ILECs to file, within 30 days of the date of this decision, proposed amendments to their tariffs to either specify or incorporate a reference to the specific labour rates and conditions that would apply for Loop Modification service.

21. As the ILECs' tariffs for this service do not include any rates, the Commission considers that the pricing constraints applicable to Category I competitor services should not apply to Loop Modification service at this time. The Commission concludes that this service should remain classified as a Category I competitor service, but be exempt from both the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. The Commission notes that, consistent with its determinations set out later in this decision, the labour rate applied by each ILEC for loop modification service will be subject to the mark-up reduction if it is classified as a Category I competitor service, or to an I-X constraint at the basket level if it is classified as a retail service.

Wireless Service Provider Enhanced 9-1-1 service

22. Bell Canada and TCI proposed that Wireless Service Provider Enhanced 9-1-1 service (WSP E-911) be assigned to the basket of services with frozen rates, rather than as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. Bell Canada argued that WSP E-911 was the end-user charge applicable to wireless subscribers for 9-1-1 service. Bell Canada and TCI submitted that WSP E-911 should be assigned to the basket of services with frozen rates in accordance with the treatment of other 9-1-1 services.

23. RWI and Microcell argued that this service should remain classified as a Category I service subject to the mark-up reduction and the application of the I-X constraint. RWI and Microcell stated that, although the WSP E-911 charge is calculated each month on the basis of the number of wireless working telephone numbers, the charge is paid by wireless service providers (WSPs) rather than end-users. Microcell submitted that there is no obligation on wireless carriers to pass this charge through to their end-users. Mircrocell submitted that wireless carriers set end-user 9-1-1 charges based on an overall assessment of internal and external cost elements and competitive market realities and did not mechanically pass through charges from the ILECs.

24. The Commission notes that 9-1-1 service is addressed to end-users, while WSP E-911 is a service addressed to WSPs. The Commission further notes that while the ILECs' retail rates for 9-1-1 service were set based on Phase II costs plus a mark-up lower than 15%, the rates for WSP E-911 service were set based on Phase II costs plus a mark-up of 25%. The Commission considers that WSP E-911 is in the nature of an essential service since, in the absence of this service, WSPs would be unable to provide the public safety answering point with the call back number and location identification information for a wireless end-user that dialled 9-1-1.

25. The Commission concludes that WSP E-911 service should remain classified as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

Network Recorded Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Feature Group D service

26. The Companies and TCI submitted that Network Recorded Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Feature Group D service should be exempt from the I-X constraint. The Companies and TCI noted that this service was classified as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. They submitted that as there is no mark-up in the current rate for this service it would not be appropriate to apply the mark-up reduction.

27. The Commission notes that in Telecom Order CRTC 95-1145, 25 October 1995, it directed the ILECs, excluding SaskTel, to file final rates for this service with no mark-up. The Commission concludes that for the ILECs other than SaskTel, the rates for Network Recorded Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Feature Group D service should be exempt from the mark-up reduction.

28. The Commission notes that SaskTel's tariff for Network Recorded Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Feature Group D service states that the service will be provided at cost. As no specific rates are set out in SaskTel's tariff for this service, the Commission considers that the pricing constraints applicable to Category I competitor services should not apply to this service for SaskTel. The Commission notes that, consistent with its determinations set out later in this decision, the labour rate applied by SaskTel for Network Recorded Announcement for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Feature Group D service will be subject to the mark-up reduction if it is classified as a Category I competitor service, or to an I-X constraint at the basket level if it is classified as a retail service.

800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service

29. The Companies and TCI submitted that 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service should be assigned as a Category II competitor service. They noted that this service was classified as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

30. The Companies submitted that, as there were few subscribers for this service, it could not be considered essential or near-essential. The Companies stated that the current rate was established without any mark-up over Phase II costs and argued that it would be inappropriate to mandate price reductions for 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service by applying an I-X constraint.

31. TCI submitted that, while this service may provide additional functionality to competitors' 800 access service, it is not essential to competitors offering 800 access service. TCI stated that this service was not found to be essential in Decision 97-8 or near-essential in Order 2001-184. TCI further submitted that, should the Commission decide to leave this service as a Category I competitor service, there should not be a mark-up reduction as there is no mark-up in the current rate for this tariff item.

32. AT&T Canada and Call-Net submitted that the ILECs' requests to reclassify 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service as a Category II competitor service should be denied. AT&T Canada stated that, in Telecom Order CRTC 94-302, 29 March 1994 (Order 94-302), the Commission determined that 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service was a bottleneck feature that would offer greater customer choice and flexibility. AT&T Canada argued that this demonstrates that this is an essential service. AT&T Canada submitted that the rates for the service had not been revisited since at least 1996 and that interexchange carriers continue to compensate the ILECs for the development of the service. Call-Net submitted that, rather than omitting this service from Category I, a new Phase II cost study should be undertaken which includes a 15% mark-up to reset the cost at its proper level.

33. The Commission notes that in Order 94-302, it determined that 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service was a bottleneck service. The Commission therefore considers that the service meets the criterion for a Category I competitor service. The Commission further notes that the original cost study for 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service did not include a productivity factor and that, pursuant to Order 94-302, the rates for this service did not include a mark-up. The Commission concludes that 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability service is a Category I competitor service that should be subject to the I-X constraint but exempt from the application of the mark-up reduction.

34. The Commission notes that the ILECs have filed tariff revisions to discontinue the application of charges for the development of this service. The Commission considers that, in view of the limited use of this service, there would be little benefit to reviewing the costs for this service at this time. Accordingly, the Commission considers that it would not be appropriate to require the ILECs to file revised cost studies, as proposed by Call-Net.

Payphone Compensation per Call

35. SaskTel and TCI argued that Payphone Compensation per Call, which was assigned as a Category I service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint, should be moved to the payphone basket.

36. SaskTel submitted that this service is a "pass through" of compensation to pay telephone service providers from interexchange carriers providing toll-free services. SaskTel stated that the recipients of the compensation included the ILECs and competitive pay telephone service providers (CPTSPs). SaskTel stated that the assignment proposed by the Commission would reduce the compensation to all pay telephone service providers. SaskTel stated that the CPTSPs were not provided with an opportunity to comment on these immediate rate reductions. SaskTel submitted that the Payphone Compensation per Call service, at least in the interim, should be assigned to the payphone basket and that issues regarding compensation per call should be addressed within the future proceeding regarding access to pay telephone services contemplated in Decision 2002-34.

37. TCI submitted that the service represents an alternative way for the company to be compensated for the use of its payphone service.

38. The Companies stated that they would not object to SaskTel's and TCI's proposed reassignment, but submitted that, if the Commission were to retain this service as a Category I competitor service, the mark-up reduction and the I-X pricing constraint should not apply. The Companies stated that the Commission approved the rates for payphone compensation per call in Pay Telephone Compensation per Call for Toll-free Calls, Telecom Order CRTC 99-1017, 22 October 1999 (Order 99-1017). The Companies argued that in Order 99-1017 the Commission had not identified all of the factors that it had considered in determining the rate for this service. The Companies submitted that the rate for this service was set below the level required to result in a 25% mark-up, based on the costs filed in support of the associated tariff notice. The Companies noted, in addition, that in the original economic study they had applied a productivity factor to develop their estimates of the Phase II costs of this service.

39. Call-Net argued that this service was correctly categorized as a Category I competitor service. Call-Net submitted that it was essential that its retail toll-free service work at payphones in order to compete with the ILECs. Call-Net submitted that this service was not similar to other retail pay telephone services, but rather that it was similar to toll-free carrier identification charges since it was based on querying a database to identify the terminating telephone number.

40. The Commission notes Payphone Compensation per Call service enables the ILECs to collect compensation from interexchange carriers (IXCs) for callers making toll-free calls at payphones that are connected to the toll networks of these IXCs. In the Commission's view, the functionality provided for Payphone Compensation per Call is similar to that provided for 800 Carrier Identification charges, in that both services provide for querying a database to identify the terminating telephone number. The Commission thus considers that Payphone Compensation per Call service should not be assigned to the payphone services basket, which contains retail pay telephone services.

41. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission concluded that the public and semi-public pay telephone services would be assigned to a separate category in the price cap regime and that the rates for these services would remain at current levels until the Commission considered policy issues related to pay telephone service in a forthcoming proceeding. In Access to pay telephone service, Telecom Public Notice CRTC 2002-6, 5 December 2002 (Public Notice 2002-6), the Commission sought comments on the extent to which consumers rely on pay telephone service; the availability of pay telephone service; and the rate at which pay telephones have been or will be removed from service, the need for public interest payphones, and access to payphones by deaf consumers. With respect to SaskTel's argument, the Commission considers that the proceeding initiated by Public Notice 2002-6 is not the appropriate forum to consider issues regarding the rate for Payphone Compensation per Call service.

42. The Commission notes that in Order 99-1017 it determined that Bell Canada's proposed rate of $0.25 for compensation for toll-free calls was based on the incremental costs and the fixed common costs per call submitted by Bell Canada. Further, in Compensation for toll-free payphone calls and tracking report service approved, Order CRTC 2000-735, 3 August 2000, the Commission noted that this was a cost-based rate with a reasonable mark-up.

43. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that Payphone Compensation Per Call should remain classified as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

Support structure services

44. In its reply comments, the CCTA submitted that support structure services, which are currently assigned as Category II competitor services, should be treated as an essential/near-essential type service and assigned to Category I competitor services.

45. The CCTA submitted that, in past decisions, including Part VII Application - Access to Supporting Structures of Municipal Power Utilities - CCTA vs. MEA et al. - Final Decision, Telecom Decision CRTC 99-13, 28 September 1999 and Access to Telephone Company Support Structures, Telecom Decision CRTC 95-13, 22 June 1995, the Commission found that it was in the public interest to avoid duplication of support structures and to ensure access on a joint use basis. The CCTA stated that the Federal Government also had recognized the critical importance of support structures and the need to secure access to physical locations and existing support structures at a reasonable cost rather than unnecessarily duplicating these facilities. The CCTA argued that the Commission established the rates for access at levels below those that would be market-based in consideration of the public interest.

46. The CCTA submitted that support structure services shared many characteristics with other services that have been assigned as Category I competitor services. The CCTA noted specifically that elements of the ILECs' co-location services provided almost identical functionality as elements in the support structure services.

47. The Companies argued that the CCTA's submission was not a response to other parties' comments, but constituted a classification proposal raised out of process that should be struck from the record. The Companies submitted that, should the Commission choose to consider the CCTA's proposal, it should be denied. TCI supported the Companies' position.

48. The Companies acknowledged that the Commission had expressed the view that the joint use of support structures by multiple service providers was in the public interest. The Companies noted, however, that in Decision 97-8 the Commission determined that support structures were not essential services. The Companies submitted that the CCTA had provided no evidence which casts doubt on the correctness of the Commission's determination in Decision 97-8.

49. The Companies submitted that there were a number of competitive supply alternatives that were available as a result of the extensive infrastructure investments of the power utilities and cable companies and those arising with the advent of facilities-based competition. The Companies also submitted that CCTA members and others made their support structure facilities available to third parties, often in direct competition to the Companies' own support structure service offerings, on an unregulated basis. The Companies argued that the CCTA provided no evidence that its members were unable to obtain their own rights-of-way or to establish their own support facilities or that additional pricing constraints in this segment of the competitive marketplace were warranted.

50. The Commission notes that in Decision 97-8 it stated the following:

The Commission notes that the Act provides a comprehensive framework for the provision of access to public and private property, including support structures. While, as CCTA noted, access to existing private rights-of-way will be subject to the terms of the original licence granting such rights-of-way, all LECs will have the ability to negotiate new public and private rights-of-way and other arrangements. Where negotiations fail to achieve access by a LEC to private or public property on suitable terms and conditions, the Commission notes that the Act provides a framework by which such access might be obtained. In light of these considerations, the Commission considers that access to rights-of-way and similar arrangements should not be treated as essential facilities, and that no specific access to such arrangements should be mandated at this time.

51. The Commission agrees that the CCTA's proposal for reassignment should have been put forward in the first round of comments. However, the Commission finds that it is appropriate to give further consideration to the CCTA's proposal. In the interim, the Commission concludes that Support Structure services should remain classified as Category II competitor services. Parties to this proceeding may comment on the CCTA's proposal by 7 April 2003, copying the other parties to the proceeding. Parties who filed comments on the CCTA's proposal may file reply comments, copying other parties who filed comments, by 17 April 2003.

Call Routing Location Number Absent service and Local Number Portability - Access to Service Control Point service

52. TCI argued that Call Routing Location Number Absent service, which was assigned as a Category I service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint, should be reassigned as a Category II competitor service. TCI stated that Local Number Portability (LNP) - Access to Service Control Point service, which provides the same functionality as Call Routing Location Number Absent service, had been assigned as a Category II competitor service for the other ILECs.

53. In its reply comments, Call-Net submitted that Local Number Portability (LNP) - Access to Service Control Point service should be assigned as a Category I competitor service for all ILECs. Call-Net argued that this service should be subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. Call-Net noted that with the exception of TCI's Call Routing Location Number Absent service, the ILECs' LNP - Access to Service Control Point service had been assigned as a Category II competitor service. Call-Net submitted that this service was essential for offering toll service. Call-Net argued that the ILECs could be expected to experience productivity improvements in providing this service over the second price cap period.

54. The Commission notes that Call-Net's request was filed during the reply comment phase of this proceeding. The Commission notes that no party objected to or commented on this aspect of Call-Net's reply.

55. The Commission notes that it assigned the ILECs' LNP - Access to Service Control Point service as a Category II competitor service on the basis that the rates for this service were not based on Phase II costs plus a mark-up of 25%. The Commission considers that TCI's Call Routing Location Number Absent service should also have been assigned as a Category II competitor service since the rates for this service were also not based on Phase II costs plus a mark-up of 25%. The Commission notes that as copies of the database are also available from a third party service provider, competitors could provide this service themselves. The Commission further notes that Bell Canada and TCI compete in the provision of this service in Canada.

56. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that LNP - Access to Service Control Point service was appropriately classified as a Category II competitor service and that TCI's Call Routing Location Number Absent service should be reclassified as a Category II competitor service.

Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line service

57. AT&T Canada argued that Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) service should be assigned as a Category I competitor service, rather than a Category II competitor service. AT&T Canada submitted that Bell Canada's ADSL service should be defined as an essential service given the difficulty in obtaining unbundled loops through the ILECs' remotes.

58. TCI stated that ADSL service was not found to be an essential facility in Decision 97-8 or a near-essential facility in Order 2001-184, or elsewhere. TCI argued that the service should not be reassigned as a Category I competitor service. TCI submitted that AT&T Canada has not argued that ADSL service was essential, but rather, was simply seeking better terms for access and usage.

59. The Companies and TCI argued that AT&T Canada had failed to provide any evidence that ADSL service was in the nature of an essential service.

60. The Commission notes that in Decision 2002-34, it assigned Bell Canada's ADSL Loop Administration and Support service to Category I on the basis that the rate for this service was based on Phase II costs plus a 25% mark-up. The Commission notes that it classified other components of Bell Canada's ADSL service and the ADSL service provided by the other ILECs to Category II.

61. The Commission notes that the issue as to whether the remaining ADSL service components are in the nature of an essential service is currently being examined in the context of the proceeding initiated by Bell Canada Tariff Notice 6622. The Commission considers that, until a final decision in respect of Bell Canada Tariff Notice 6622 is issued, ADSL service should remain assigned as a Category II competitor service, with the exception of Bell Canada's ADSL Loop Administration and Support service, which will remain assigned as a Category I competitor service, subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. The Commission intends to address the assignment of ADSL service for all other ILECs upon the conclusion of the proceeding initiated by Tariff Notice 6622.

Remote Switching and DSLAM Information service and ADSL Coverage Information service

62. In its reply comments, AT&T Canada proposed that Remote Switching and DSLAM Information service and ADSL Coverage Information service be assigned as Category I competitor services as their rates are based on cost plus a 25% mark-up.

63. The Commission notes that AT&T Canada's request was filed during the reply comment phase of this proceeding. The Commission further notes that no party objected to or commented on this aspect of AT&T Canada's reply.

64. The Commission notes that Remote Switching and DSLAM Information and ADSL Coverage Information provide reports to the requesting party relating to the remote switching and the DSLAM equipment in each wire centre and ADSL coverage information by NPA, respectively. The Commission notes that such information is only available from an ILEC. The Commission further notes that rates for these services are based on Phase II costs plus a 25% mark-up. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that the Remote Switching and DSLAM Information and ADSL Coverage Information services should be classified as Category I competitor services subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

Network Portability Access service

65. TCI submitted that this service should be assigned as a Category II competitor service since the service had been superseded by local number portability services and was therefore no longer essential. TCI noted that Network Portability Access service was assigned both as a Category I competitor service and as an uncapped service for Alberta and was omitted from the appendices for British Columbia.

66. The Commission notes that Network Portability Access Service provides for the interconnection of a service provider's network portability service system to an ILEC's public switched telephone network while local number portability services allow telephone numbers to be ported between local exchange carriers. The Commission further notes that network portability service is a network based service offered by service providers that allows a user to program the service provider's system from any Touch-Tone equipped telephone for the purpose of specifying where calls to the user's personal number are to be delivered. The Commission thus considers that local number portability services are not a substitute for Network Portability Access service. The Commission notes that Bell Canada did not oppose the classification of its Network Portability Access service as a Category I competitor service. The Commission concludes that Network Portability Access service was appropriately assigned as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

Directory Publisher Billing and Collection service

67. TCI proposed that Directory Publisher Billing and Collection service be assigned as an uncapped service. TCI noted that the service provides for the collection and remittance of money owed by TCI's customers to a directory publisher.

68. The Commission notes that it has allowed competition in the provision of telephone directories. As Directory Publisher Billing and Collection service would be provided to a customer providing directory publishing service, the Commission considers it is a service developed for the use of competitors. However, since directory publishers have the information necessary to bill and collect their customers, which are also TCI's customers, the Commission considers that Directory Publisher Billing and Collection service is not in the nature of an essential service. The Commission concludes that Directory Publisher Billing and Collection service is a Category II competitor service.

Floor Space Physical and Virtual Co-location Arrangement

69. SaskTel submitted that Floor Space Physical and Virtual Co-location Arrangement services, which were assigned as Category I competitor services subject to the I-X constraint, should be exempt from the I-X constraint at the current time in view of the ongoing follow-up process initiated by Decision 2002-34 regarding this service.

70. AT&T Canada noted that none of the ILECs, with the exception of SaskTel, took issue with the assignment of Floor Space Physical and Virtual Co-location Arrangement services. AT&T Canada contended that the proceeding in question had nothing to do with the assignment of the service.

71. The Commission, in Decision 2002-34, expressed the preliminary view that it would be appropriate to use the floor space rate of $14.90 per square metre, based on MTS' Phase II costs plus a 15% mark-up, for each ILEC. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission also established a process to provide parties with the opportunity to comment on its preliminary view. The Commission notes that this process is not pertinent to the assignment of Floor Space Physical and Virtual Co-location Arrangement services as Category I competitor service subject to the I-X constraint. The Commission concludes that Floor Space Physical and Virtual Co-location Arrangement services were appropriately assigned as Category I competitor services subject to the I-X constraint.

Customer Information Reports service

72. Bell Canada submitted that Customer Information Reports service, which was assigned as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint, should be assigned as a Category II competitor service. Bell Canada noted that the demand for this service was virtually zero. Bell Canada argued that this service was not essential or near-essential. Bell Canada submitted that the current rate was established without any mark-up over Phase II costs and that it would, therefore, be inappropriate to mandate a mark-up reduction to the rate for this service.

73. The Commission notes that customers of Customer Information Reports service receive weekly listings of names, addresses and other information related to requests from Bell Canada's subscribers to install, remove or change the location of a service which will result in access line movement. The Commission notes that this service could be used by competitors to identify potential customers. As the demand for this is very small, it is evidently not the only way to identify potential customers. Accordingly, the Commission is of the view that this service is not in the nature of an essential service. The Commission concludes that the Customer Information Reports service is a Category II competitor service.

Exchange Maps service

74. Aliant Telecom proposed that Exchange Maps service be assigned as a Category II competitor service since the rating of this service was based on the recovery of costs incurred.

75. AT&T Canada argued that there is no other practical source for this information. AT&T Canada submitted that Exchange Maps service should be assigned as a Category I competitor service.

76. The Commission notes that Aliant Telecom is the only practical source for the information provided by Exchange Maps service. The Commission notes that the tariff states that Aliant Telecom will provide to a customer one paper copy of any one of its exchange maps to a customer free of charge, but that requests for additional copies and/or exchanges will be provided based on the expense incurred. In light of the fact that no rate is charged for the first copy of any exchange map, the Commission finds that the service should be exempted from the pricing constraints on Category I competitor services. The Commission concludes that Exchange Maps service should be assigned as a Category I competitor service exempt from the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

Competitor services provided on the basis of hourly labour rates and flow-through charges

77. TCI argued that Local Network Interconnection and Component Unbundling - 9-1-1 Maps service (9-1-1 Maps service) should be exempt from the I-X constraint as it is provided at tariffed hourly labour rates. TCI submitted that any productivity gains it achieved were automatically flowed through to customers at the time the service was provided. TCI further argued that the labour rates for this service were market-determined retail rates that were competitive and should not be subject to a productivity offset.

78. SaskTel argued that the Application Charge, the Project Management Fee, the Site Preparation Fee, the Installation/Maintenance service, the Power Delivery service and the Cable Pulling/Splicing service should be exempt from the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. SaskTel stated that the tariffs for these services referenced SaskTel's labour rate and the recovery of other costs, such as charges from other suppliers, incurred in provisioning these services. SaskTel submitted that where charges were applied based on labour rates subject to ongoing adjustment, it was not appropriate to apply an I-X constraint.

79. SaskTel further argued that Modification service, Additional Charges, Diagnostic Maintenance service, and WSP - Network Access Service: Trouble Investigation service should be exempt from the mark-up reduction. SaskTel stated that these services were rated based on SaskTel's labour rate and the amount of work and time required to complete the task. SaskTel submitted that these charges should similarly be exempt from the I-X constraint as they were applied based on labour rates subject to ongoing adjustment.

80. The Commission considers that it is generally not appropriate to subject labour rates to the I-X constraint as labour rates usually increase over time. The Commission notes that productivity improvements would be achieved through reductions in the time required to perform the tasks associated with a particular work function. The Commission concludes that labour rates associated with the provision of Category I competitor services should be subject to the mark-up reduction but not to the I-X constraint.

81. The Commission further considers that it is generally not appropriate to subject flow-through charges from other suppliers to either the mark-up reduction or the I-X constraint.

Wireless Access Service Repair Visit service

82. Aliant Telecom proposed that Wireless Access Service Repair Visit (WAS Repair Visit) service, a service which is rated on an hourly basis, be assigned as a Category II competitor service.

83. The Commission notes that Aliant Telecom's WAS Repair Visit service provides the same functionality as SaskTel's Wireless Service Provider - Network Access Service: Trouble Investigation service, which the Commission assigned as a Category I competitor service since it was in the nature of an essential service. The Commission concludes that Aliant Telecom's WAS Repair Visit service should be similarly assigned as a Category I competitor service.

84. The Commission notes that as a Category I competitor service, WAS Repair Visit service would normally be subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. However, as it is rated on an hourly basis, the Commission considers that WAS Repair Visit service should be exempted from the I-X constraint.

Mobile Radio Network Access service - 7-Digit Telephone Numbers service

85. Aliant Telecom proposed that Mobile Radio Network Access service - 7-Digit Telephone Numbers service be assigned as a Category II competitor service since it is no longer the sole provider of telephone numbers.

86. The Commission notes that Mobile Radio Network Access service provides analogue access to and from Aliant Telecom's public switched telephone network for the mobile radio systems of operators of conventional and private mobile radio systems and private mobile radio systems. The Commission further notes that each analogue mobile radio network access is necessarily tied to a telephone number that must be provided by the service provider. The Commission thus considers that competitors would not be a viable source of telephone numbers to the customers of Aliant Telecom's Mobile Radio Network Access service. The Commission considers that the 7-Digit Telephone Numbers service component of this service should be treated in the same manner as Mobile Radio Network Access service. The Commission therefore concludes that Mobile Radio Network Access service - 7-Digit Telephone Numbers service is a Category I competitor service that should be subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

Emergency Services - Operator Access Co-ordination service and Zero-Dialled Emergency Call Routing service

87. Bell Canada and SaskTel argued that Zero-Dialled Emergency Call Routing service, which was assigned as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint, should be assigned to the basket of services with frozen rates.

88. TCI proposed that Emergency Services - Operator Access Co-ordination service should be assigned as a Category II competitor service. TCI argued that this service is similar to other operator services which were classified as Category II competitor services.

89. The Commission notes that, unlike services with frozen rates that are provided to end-users, Zero-Dialled Emergency Call Routing service is provided to competitors.

90. The Commission notes that TCI's Emergency Services - Operator Access Co-ordination service provides the same functionality as the other ILECs' Zero-Dialled Emergency Call Routing service. These services are necessary for competitive pay telephone service providers to provide a connection to emergency services to their customers in areas where 9-1-1 service is not available. For this reason, the Commission considers that these services are in the nature of an essential service. The Commission concludes that the ILECs' Zero-Dialled Emergency Call Routing service was appropriately assigned as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint and that TCI's Emergency Services - Operator Access Co-ordination service should be similarly assigned and subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint.

Relay service

91. The Companies and TCI argued that Relay service should be assigned to the basket of services with frozen rates pursuant to Decision 2002-34. The Companies and TCI stated that Relay service was assigned both as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint. MTS submitted that charges for Relay service are not payable by a competitor but are collected from end-users to support the service.

92. The Commission notes that the rates for Relay service include both a set-up charge per competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) and an access charge per network access service (NAS) or working telephone number (WTN). The Commission notes that while the rate for the set-up charge was based on Phase II costs plus a mark-up of 25%, the access charge corresponds to the retail rate for this service. The Commission concludes that the set-up charge is appropriately assigned as a Category I competitor service subject to the mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint, while the access charge is appropriately assigned to the basket of services with frozen rates.

Other capped services used by competitors

93. AT&T Canada submitted that services used by competitors, which were assigned to the other capped services basket, should be reassigned as Category I competitor services. AT&T Canada stated that in Decision 2002-34 the Commission had recognised that, during the first price cap regime, the downward trend in ILEC business rates had squeezed the margins available to competitors and impeded competitive entry. AT&T Canada argued that the basket constraint on other capped services could similarly result in a significant adverse effect on the development of local competition.

94. AT&T Canada stated that the ILECs' rate reductions resulting from the application of the I-X pricing constraint on other capped services could be focused on services such as Digital network access (DNA), Megalink and Digital exchange access services. AT&T Canada stated that it was especially concerned that the ILECs would be able to reduce the rates for DNA service by more than the I-X rate element constraint applicable to competitor-DNA service. AT&T Canada argued that such rate reductions would squeeze the margins available to competitors and impede competitive entry. AT&T Canada urged the Commission to ensure that the productivity offset associated with competitor-DNA service be at least equal to that applied to the retail DNA service.

95. AT&T Canada argued that some of the same issues would apply to Centrex service, which has been classified as an uncapped service.

96. The Companies and TCI submitted that the Commission should reject AT&T Canada's request to reassign services in the other capped services basket that were used by competitors to Category I competitor services. The Companies and TCI argued that AT&T Canada had not provided any evidence that services in the other capped services basket that were used by competitors met the Commission's definition of a Category I competitor service.

97. The Companies and TCI argued that AT&T Canada's request was an attempt to place services that were not in the nature of an essential service, and that were subject to varying degrees of competition, under Category I competitor service constraints. The Companies and TCI submitted that, moreover, AT&T Canada's request was a request to review and vary the determinations made by the Commission in Decision 2002-34 regarding the criteria used by the Commission to assign services to different baskets.

98. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission established the criterion used to assign a service as a Category I competitor service. The Commission notes that AT&T Canada has not provided any evidence to demonstrate why the other capped services and Centrex services used by competitors would each satisfy the criterion established in Decision 2002-34 to assign services as Category I competitor services. The Commission notes that AT&T Canada has argued that the other capped services and Centrex services used by competitors should be assigned as Category I competitor services on a different basis, namely that the pricing constraints on these services could have a significant adverse effect on the development of local competition.

99. The Commission considers that AT&T Canada's proposal is a request to review and vary the Commission's determinations in Decision 2002-34 with respect to the criteria used to define the service baskets. The Commission notes that, pursuant to Guidelines for review and vary applications, Telecom Public Notice CRTC 98-6, 20 March 1998 (Public Notice 98-6), applicants must demonstrate that there is substantial doubt as to the correctness of the original decision in order for the Commission to exercise its discretion pursuant to Section 62 of the Telecommunications Act to review and vary a decision. The Commission considers that AT&T Canada has not demonstrated in its request that there is substantial doubt as to the correctness of Decision 2002-34.

100. In light of the above, the Commission concludes that it is not appropriate to reclassify other capped services and Centrex services used by competitors as Category I competitor services.

Part III - Retail Services

Background

101. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned the ILECs' retail services to each basket or sub-basket as follows:

102. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned specific retail services to uncapped services where it considered that market forces were sufficient to provide price protection to customers. In particular, the Commission determined that Centrex customers would be protected given that Centrex service was a substitute for business local exchange service, the rates of which were capped. The Commission also determined that business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional local service would be protected in view of the substitutes available for these services. The Commission also assigned most special facilities and special assembly tariffs to uncapped services since the services in question were offered to a limited number of customers and the associated rates were often developed having regard to factors such as long-term commitment. In addition, the Commission determined that it was not necessary to apply pricing constraints to the Late Payment Charge since it was based on a Commission-approved formula.

Maintenance service - Network Diagnostic Maintenance service and Customer-Provided Telephone Set and Inside Wiring service

103. The Companies and TCI argued that Maintenance service and Network Diagnostic Maintenance service should be assigned to uncapped services, rather than to the other capped services basket. The Companies stated that Maintenance service and Network Diagnostic Maintenance service were related to maintenance activities for forborne services such as inside wire and terminal equipment and argued that they should therefore be uncapped. TCI stated that charges for Network Diagnostic Maintenance service were based on time and labour rates as well as charges that are flowed through to customers. TCI further argued that the labour rates for this service were competitive market-determined retail rates that should not be subject to an additional productivity offset.

104. MTS stated that in cases where trouble is found with MTS' equipment or facilities no charge applies for Customer-Provided Telephone Set and Inside Wiring service. MTS stated that customers were responsible for providing their customer-provided telephone sets and inside wiring and were free to evaluate their own service issues, or to complete testing on their own, where demarcation devices were present. MTS submitted that competitive alternatives to Customer-Provided Telephone Set and Inside Wiring service were widely available.

105. AT&T Canada submitted that the service charge associated with the ILECs' Maintenance service and Network Diagnostic Maintenance service was related to the maintenance of regulated services and should remain in the other capped services basket. AT&T Canada argued that while conceptually, this service charge was only applied if the fault lied outside of an ILEC's facility, the service provided was clearly the result of maintenance activities performed in isolating a fault on a regulated service. AT&T Canada further stated that the service charge for Maintenance service and Network Diagnostic Maintenance service, which was applied to competitors as well as to the ILECs' end-customers, was often applied in cases where it was not clear that the fault lied outside of the ILECs' responsibility. AT&T Canada submitted that leaving the service in the other capped services basket could encourage productivity improvements resulting from a better level of co-operative testing between the ILECs, competitors and end-customers.

106. PIAC submitted that although inside wiring and terminal equipment markets have been forborne, diagnostic services were required both when the problem was due to company facilities as well as when the problem was with customer inside wiring or terminal equipment, because the customer could not determine with certainty where the problem resided. PIAC argued that the service charge should be subject to a price cap because it was related to a service that was considered to be the company's responsibility under conditions that could not always be determined in advance by the customer.

107. PIAC stated that, while diagnostic services might be competitively available, consumers were not expected to pay for such services when the problem was with company facilities. PIAC stated that the only way to determine the source of the problem was by conducting diagnostic tests and argued that, if there was any chance that the problem was with an ILEC's facilities, customers would rightly request that the ILEC perform the diagnosis.

108. The Commission notes that the services assigned to uncapped services in Decision 2002-34, with the exception of the Late Payment charge, are targeted at business customers. The Commission notes that Network Diagnostic Maintenance service and Customer-Provided Telephone Set and Inside Wiring service are targeted at a broader range of customers.

109. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned Centrex services, business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional service on the basis that substitutes were available that would discipline prices for these services. The Commission notes that while retail customers with a demarcation point could perform a diagnostic test by attaching a working terminal to the jack in the demarcation point, competitors will require the co-operation of an ILEC's technician to test and isolate the source of the problem when an unbundled loop is involved.

110. In light of the above, the Commission is not persuaded that Maintenance service, Network Diagnostic Maintenance service, and Customer-Provided Telephone Set and Inside Wiring service should be reassigned to uncapped services. Moreover, the Commission agrees that productivity improvements from co-operative testing could result from having these services assigned to the other capped services basket.

111. The Commission concludes that Maintenance service, Network Diagnostic Maintenance service and Customer-Provided Telephone Set and Inside Wiring service should remain in the other capped services basket.

Retail services provided on the basis of hourly labour rates

112. Aliant Telecom submitted that an upward pricing constraint of I-X should not apply to hourly labour rates. Aliant Telecom argued that these rates should be reassigned to the single and multi-line business local exchange services basket from the other capped services basket. Aliant Telecom stated that these labour rates were an alternative to standard service charges applicable for business primary exchange services, which have been assigned to the single and multi-line business local exchange services basket.

113. Aliant Telecom and TCI noted that Construction Charges, which have been placed in the other capped services basket, were uncapped under the last price cap regime. Aliant Telecom and TCI stated that rates for these services were based upon hourly labour rates and time as well as charges that are flowed through to customers. Aliant Telecom and TCI submitted that Construction Charges should be uncapped in the current regime given the competitive nature of the market for these services. TCI submitted that any productivity gains achieved by TCI with respect of these services would be automatically flowed through to customers at the time they were provided. TCI argued that inclusion of Construction Charges in a price cap basket would be punitive. TCI stated that this would be consistent with Appendix 1 of Decision 2002-34, whereby the Commission exempted construction charges from the application of the I-X constraint.

114. Bell Canada submitted that its Interior Construction service relates to the provision of inside wire or other apparatus that were no longer subject to regulation and were offered on a competitive basis by alternate providers of these services and therefore should be uncapped. This service is rated based upon hourly labour rates and time as well as unusual expense that is flowed through to customers.

115. SaskTel submitted that Extra Provisioning charges, Winter Construction charges and Distribution and Entry Construction charges, which were assigned to the other capped services basket, should be assigned to the residential local exchange services sub-baskets in HCSAs and non-HCSAs and the single and multi-line business local exchange services basket. SaskTel stated that these services provided for the facilities necessary to provision network access, including the costs of material, engineering and labour. SaskTel further stated that it regarded the rates associated with these services as installation charges. SaskTel argued that the revenues associated with these services should be assigned to the residential local exchange services sub-baskets for HCSAs and non-HCSAs and to the single and multi-line business local exchange services basket consistent with the nature of the network access service provisioned.

116. The Commission considers that moving hourly labour rates to the single and multi-line business local exchange services basket, as Aliant Telecom suggested, would not be appropriate as these rates are applicable to other services, like Centrex services, which have not been assigned to that basket.

117. The Commission assigned construction charges to other capped services since that they applied across customer types, and to a limited number of customers. The Commission notes that none of the ILECs, other than SaskTel, objected to the assignment of construction charges to the other capped services basket. The Commission considers that it would not be appropriate to reassign construction charges to the residential local exchange services sub-baskets in HCSAs and non-HCSAs and the single and multi-line business local exchange services basket, as suggested by SaskTel.

118. The Commission considers that it is generally not appropriate to subject services rated on the basis of hourly rates, or services that flow through charges from other suppliers to customers to an I-X constraint. The Commission notes that productivity improvements would be reflected in the time required to perform the associated tasks. However, the Commission considers that moving these services to uncapped services is not an acceptable solution as customers often have no alternative but to go to the ILEC to obtain such services.

119. The Commission also notes that the I-X constraint on other capped services applies at the basket level, rather than at the rate element level, the I-X constraint on Other capped services applies at the basket level. Accordingly, the ILECs could choose whether to adjust the rates for services rated on the basis of an hourly labour rate basis. In light of the above, the Commission concludes that these services should remain in the other capped services basket.

Direct-in-Dial service, Optional Hunting Arrangements service, Equivalent Line service and Tie Trunks service

120. The ILECs argued that Direct-in-Dial (DID) service, Optional Hunting Arrangements service and Equivalent Line service should be reassigned from the other capped services basket to the single-line and multi-line business local exchange services basket on the basis that they were related to the provision of business exchange services and were subject to the same competitive circumstances.

121. Aliant Telecom argued that Tie Trunks service should be assigned to the single-line and multi-line business local exchange services basket since the service was used only in conjunction with private branch exchange (PBX) and multi-line local exchange services. Aliant Telecom noted that Tie Trunks are speciality channels used in conjunction with multi-line exchange services to provide connectivity between PBXs.

122. The Commission notes that DID service, Optional Hunting Arrangements service, Equivalent Line service and Tie Trunks service are supplementary to business primary exchange services. The Commission concludes that DID service, Optional Hunting Arrangements service, Equivalent Line service and Tie Trunks service should remain in the other capped services basket, as they are discretionary.

Remote Call Forwarding service

123. TCI argued that Remote Call Forwarding service, which was assigned to the other capped services basket, should be assigned as an uncapped service since it was similar to Call Forwarding service, which was a optional feature for business customers that was assigned as an uncapped service.

124. The Commission notes that Remote Call Forwarding service enables a customer to receive long distance calls, at no charge to the calling party. The service is provided by assigning a local telephone number in a distant exchange. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned Centrex services, business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional service to uncapped services on the basis that substitutes were available that would discipline prices for these services. The Commission recognizes that both Remote Call Forwarding service and Call Forwarding service provide for calls to be routed to a different number than that which was dialled. The Commission, however, considers that the functionality provided by Remote Call Forwarding service, with respect to the called party being billed for long distance calls made by the calling party, makes this service significantly different from that provided by Call Forwarding service. The Commission therefore considers that these two services are not substitutes for one another. The Commission notes that no other ILEC requested that Remote Call Forwarding service be reassigned as an uncapped service. The Commission concludes that Remote Call Forwarding service should remain in the other capped services basket.

MessageManager - Call Forward Busy/Call Forward No Answer service

125. SaskTel argued that MessageManager - Call Forward Busy/Call Forward No Answer service, which was assigned as a Category I competitor service subject to the 8% mark-up reduction and the I-X constraint, was targeted to retail customers.

126. SaskTel noted that it filed an application, coincident with its submission in this proceeding, to introduce call-forwarding services to competitors. SaskTel noted that the rates for this new service were established at an 8% reduction to the current retail rates and submitted that this service should be assigned as a Category I competitor service subject only to the I-X constraint.

127. The Commission agrees that, to be consistent with the assignment of retail call forwarding services provided by the other ILECs, the retail component of MessageManager - Call Forward Busy/Call Forward No Answer service should be assigned to the residential optional local services sub-baskets in HCSAs and non-HCSAs for the service provided to residential customers, and to uncapped services for the service provided to business customers. The Commission further notes it has assigned the component of MessageManager - Call Forward Busy/Call Forward No Answer service provided to competitors as a Category I competitor service subject only to the I-X constraint.

Corporate LAN Extension service

128. Aliant Telecom argued that Corporate LAN Extension service, which was assigned to the other capped services basket, should be assigned as an uncapped service. Aliant Telecom noted that the service was a switched packet service, which is eligible for forbearance pursuant to Telecom Order CRTC 96-130, 19 February 1996 (Order 96-130). Aliant Telecom proposed that it should be treated as uncapped until such time as the company applies to withdraw the tariff.

129. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned Centrex services, business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional service on the basis that substitutes were available that would discipline prices for these services. The Commission notes that in Order 96-130, it determined that any significant rate increases in the rates for X.25 packet services would invite new entrants or encourage customers to use the self supply option. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that Corporate LAN Extension service should be assigned to uncapped services.

Wire Watch service

130. SaskTel and MTS argued that Wire Watch service should be reassigned as an uncapped service, rather than to the other capped services basket, SaskTel and MTS submitted that this service was entirely discretionary. They stated that Wire Watch service provided a prepaid repair warranty type service for inside wire and jacks over which they no longer have control. SaskTel and MTS stated further that they offer Wire Watch service in competition with numerous other service providers throughout their operating territories.

131. The Commission notes that the services assigned to uncapped services in Decision 2002-34, with the exception of the Late Payment charge, are targeted at business customers. The Commission notes that Wire Watch service is targeted at residential customers.

132. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned Centrex services, business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional service on the basis that substitutes were available that would discipline prices for these services. The Commission considers, based on the record of this proceeding, that there is insufficient evidence to conclude that pricing constraints are not required to discipline the price of Wire Watch service.

133. The Commission considers that Wire Watch service is an optional local service. As the service is only available to residential customers, the Commission concludes that Wire Watch service should be assigned to the residential optional local services sub-baskets in HCSAs and non-HCSAs.

Operator services

134. TCI argued that Operator services should be assigned to uncapped services as there were competitive alternatives available.

135. The Commission notes that the services assigned to uncapped services in Decision 2002-34, with the exception of the Late Payment charge, are targeted at business customers. The Commission notes that Operator services are targeted at a broader range of customers.

136. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned Centrex services, business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional service on the basis that substitutes were available that would discipline prices for these services. The Commission notes that customers of TCI cannot generally avail themselves of the operator services provided by another local exchange carrier, unless they are also customers of that local exchange carrier. The Commission notes that, in Decision 2002-34, it determined that the extent of local competition was insufficient to protect residential and business local exchange service customers and consequently capped these services. Accordingly, the Commission considers that it would not be appropriate to assign Operator services, for which there is insufficient competition to discipline prices, to the uncapped services basket.

137. The Commission notes that the Operator services provided by the other ILECs were assigned to the other capped services basket for other ILECs. The Commission concludes that TCI's Operator services should be assigned to the other capped services basket.

Dataroute service

138. TCI argued that Dataroute service, which was assigned to the other capped services basket, should be removed from the appendices since the service was discontinued effective 1 September 1999.

139. The Commission notes that, although Dataroute service is no longer offered by TCI, the tariff provisions still remain in the National Services Tariff and data filed by TCI in the proceeding that led to Decision 2002-34 showed that there were revenues associated with this service. The Commission concludes that, until there are no customers for Dataroute service for a specific ILEC, the service should remain in the other capped services basket for that ILEC.

Jack and Plug Arrangements service, Jack service and Jack and Plug Equipment service

140. Bell Canada argued that Jack and Plug Arrangements service, which was assigned to the other capped services basket, should be reassigned to uncapped services. Similarly, Aliant Telecom argued that Jack service and Jack and Plug equipment service should be reassigned to uncapped services. Aliant Telecom and Bell Canada submitted that these services were related to the provision of inside wire or other inside apparatus that were no longer subject to regulation and were offered on a competitive basis by alternate providers of these services.

141. The Commission notes that the services assigned to uncapped services in Decision 2002-34, with the exception of the Late Payment charge, are targeted at business customers. The Commission notes that Jack and Plug Arrangements service, Jack service and Jack and Plug Equipment service are targeted at a broader range of customers.

142. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned Centrex services, business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional service to uncapped services on the basis that substitutes were available that would discipline prices for these services. The Commission notes that while competition is permitted in the inside wire market, it is not persuaded, based on the record of this proceeding, that there is insufficient evidence to conclude that pricing constraints are not required to discipline the prices for Jack and Plug Arrangements service, Jack service and Jack and Plug Equipment service. Accordingly, the Commission considers that these services should not be assigned to uncapped services.

143. In light of the above, the Commission concludes that Jack and Plug Arrangements, Jack service and Jack and Plug Equipment service should remain in the other capped services basket.

Telephone Instruments - Telephone Set Loss Charge

144. TCI submitted that the Telephone Instruments - Telephone Set Loss Charge should be assigned to uncapped services given that the Commission has forborne from the regulation of terminal equipment. TCI submitted that this charge was similar to the Late Payment charge, which was assigned to uncapped services, and stated that it could be avoided by returning the set.

145. The Commission notes that, in Decision 2002-34, it assigned the Late Payment charge to uncapped services because it was based on a Commission-approved formula and chartered bank interest rates and thus was, in effect, subject to a cap based on the prevailing interest rates. The Commission notes that the Telephone Instruments - Telephone Set Loss charge is not similar to the Late Payment charge in that respect. The Commission concludes that the Telephone Instruments - Telephone Set Loss Charge should remain in the other capped services basket.

Duplicate service

146. Aliant Telecom argued that Duplicate service should be assigned to uncapped services since it was a premium substitute for regular exchange access service.

147. The Commission notes that Duplicate service is a primary exchange service that provides a customer with one-party local exchange service in two locations in the same central office district. The Commission considers that although this service is available to both residential and business customers, it is primarily addressed to business customers. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that Duplicate service should be assigned to the single-line and multi-line business local exchange services basket.

Internet Call Director

148. TCI argued that Internet Call Director service, which was assigned to the other capped services basket, was an optional service. TCI proposed that the revenues from business customers be included with uncapped services.

149. The Commission agrees that Internet Call Director service is an optional service. The Commission notes, however, that this service is available to both residential and business customers. The Commission concludes that the revenues from business customers should be assigned to uncapped services and that the revenues from residential customers should be assigned to the residential optional services sub-baskets in HCSAs and non-HCSAs.

Reserved Telephone Number service

150. TCI submitted that Reserved Telephone Number service, which was assigned to the other capped services basket, should be assigned to uncapped services since it was a discretionary service that customers can purchase either from TCI or other local service providers where there were competitors.

151. The Commission notes that the tariff for Reserved Telephone Number service states that the service is offered to retail customers who subscribe to TCI's business services that use telephone number blocks for services such as Centrex service, DID service, and Digital Exchange Access service. The tariff further states that customers can reserve any remaining non-working numbers in a block of ten, plus additional numbers in blocks of 10, or in blocks of 100.

152. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned Centrex services, business optional local services and service bundles that include a business local exchange service or a business optional service to uncapped services on the basis that substitutes were available that would discipline prices for these services. The Commission considers that while TCI's customers may reserve telephone numbers with competitors, they are unlikely to do so unless they are also customers of those competitors' local exchange services. The Commission notes that in Decision 2002-34 it determined that the extent of local competition was insufficient to protect residential and business local exchange service customers and accordingly capped these services. Accordingly, the Commission considers that it would not be appropriate to assign TCI's Reserved Telephone Number service, for which there is insufficient competition to discipline prices, to the uncapped services basket. The Commission considers that this service should not be assigned to uncapped services.

153. The Commission concludes that TCI's Reserved Telephone Number service should remain in the other capped services basket.

Telephone Number services

154. Bell Canada submitted that the tariff item for Telephone Number services, which appears in both the other capped services basket and as an uncapped service, should be assigned to uncapped services since the company was no longer the sole provider of telephone numbers and the demand for these numbers was discretionary. Bell Canada noted that the service provides reserved numbers or prestige numbers to customers.

155. The Commission notes that Telephone Number services permit customers to reserve one or more telephone numbers for up to one year while prestige number service permits customers to select the telephone numbers, subject to availability. The Commission considers that while Bell Canada's customers may reserve telephone numbers with competitors, they are unlikely to do so unless they are also customers of those competitors' local exchange services. The Commission notes that in Decision 2002-34 it determined that the extent of local competition was insufficient to protect residential and business local exchange service customers and accordingly capped these services. Accordingly, the Commission considers that it would not be appropriate to assign Bell Canada's Telephone Number services, for which there is insufficient competition to discipline prices, to the uncapped services basket. Accordingly, the Commission considers that this service should not be assigned to uncapped services.

156. In light of the above, the Commission concludes that Bell Canada's Telephone Number services should be assigned to other capped services.

Denial service

157. TCI noted that Denial service has been assigned to the other capped services basket. TCI stated that Denial service, in Alberta, was the same service as Call Guardian service, in British Columbia. TCI submitted that residential portion of Denial services in Alberta should be assigned as a service with frozen rates consistent with the treatment of the British Columbia service.

158. In Decision 2002-34, the Commission assigned certain services to the basket of services with frozen rate treatment in view of their importance to subscribers and the manner in which the associated rates were set. The Commission notes that Denial service provides customers with the option to restrict incoming calls or outgoing calls. Further, the Commission notes that this functionality is very different from that provided by Call Guardian service, which provides for Toll Restrict service, Third Number Deny service, Collect Call Deny, all services geared at helping residence customers manage their long distance service expenditures. Accordingly, the Commission considers that Denial service should not be assigned to the basket of services with frozen rates. The Commission concludes that Denial service should remain in the other capped services basket.

Interconnection with Private Mobile Telephone Service - Network access service

159. TCI noted that Interconnection with Private Mobile Telephone Service - Network Access service was assigned both as a Category I competitor service and as an other capped service. TCI submitted that the service should be assigned to the single-line and multi-line business local exchange services basket as this service allows a private mobile radio subscriber to interconnect with the PSTN using a business line charged at business rates.

160. The Commission notes that Interconnection with Private Mobile Telephone Service - Network Access service provides switched network access for radio systems operators and private mobile system operators at local exchange service rates for business customers. The Commission thus considers that this service is business primary exchange service. Accordingly, the Commission concludes that Interconnection with Private Mobile Telephone Service - Network Access service should be assigned to the single-line and multi-line business local exchange services basket.

Other requests for classification or reclassification made by the ILECs

161. The Commission notes that it has no concerns in regard to a number of other proposals made by the ILECs to classify or reclassify a number of services to which parties to this proceeding raised no objections. The Commission finds that these proposals are either consistent with the criterion for the assignment of competitor services or the basket structure established in Decision 2002-34.

Request for clarification

162. SaskTel stated that there are elements within tariff items that have been assigned to the competitor services basket that cross-reference the rates of other competitor services, services in the other capped services basket or uncapped services. SaskTel argued that the revenues from the cross-referenced services should be attributed to and subject to the pricing constraints applicable to the cross-referenced services.

163. TCI argued that cross-referenced retail tariff items should not be subject to the mark-up reduction for the service specific I-X pricing constraint. TCI submitted that it is clear in Decision 2002-34 that the mark-up reduction of 8% and the service-specific I-X pricing constraint is limited only to Category I competitor services listed in Appendix 1. TCI argued that, accordingly, the Commission did not intend that the ILECs would be required to reduce the prices of retail tariffs cross-referenced in Category I competitor service tariffs through a mark-up reduction of 8% or the application of a service-specific I-X pricing constraint. TCI stated that these cross-referenced retail tariff items are already subject to pricing constraints in their respective baskets.

164. The Commission confirms that, where a tariff specifically references another tariff item, the pricing constraints that are identified in Appendix 1 or Appendix 2 for the cross-referenced item are applicable to that item.

Conclusion

165. The Commission approves the requests for classification or reclassification of services made in the context of this proceeding, per the amendments specified above, and as set out in Appendices 1 and 2 of this decision.

166. The Commission's determinations with respect to the assignment of competitor services to Category I or II and whether particular Category I competitor services are exempt from the mark-up reduction or the I-X constraint are set out in Appendix 1 to this decision. The Commission's final classification of other tariffed services to the various baskets established in Decision 2002-34 is set out in Appendix 2.

Secretary General

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Appendix 1

Competitor Services

Aliant Telecom Inc.

A1. Co-location services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
27750 301.4 Entrance Conduit Space I -8% I-X
27750 301.4 Floor Space Physical Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
27750 301.4 Floor Space Virtual Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
27750 301.4 Power Consumption I -8% I-X
27750 301.4 Riser Space I -8% I-X
27750 301.4 Service Order Charge I -8% I-X
27750 301.4 Application Charge I -8% I-X
27750 301.4 Construction Charges: Contracted I Note 5 Note 5
A2. Toll network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
10008 70.1 Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
10008 70.3 Direct Connection Service I Note 1 Note 2
10008 70.3 Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
10008 70.3 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
10008 70.4 PIC Processing Charges I -8% I-X
10008 70.6 Equal Access Start-Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
10008 70.7 Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
10008 72.3 Billing and Collection: Account Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
10008 72.3 Billing and Collection Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
10008 100 Network Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Group Feature D Service I Note 6 I-X
10008 105 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
10008 200.3 800 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
10008 205 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
11008 70.1 Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
11008 70.3 Direct Connection Service I Note 1 Note 2
11008 70.3 Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
11008 70.3 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
11008 70.4 PIC Processing Charges I -8% I-X
11008 70.6 Equal Access Start Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
11008 70.7 Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
11008 72.3 Billing and Collection: Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
11008 72.3 Billing and Collection Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
11008 100 Network Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Group Feature D Service I Note 6 I-X
11008 105 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
11008 200.3 800 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
11008 205 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
12001 800.6 Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
12001 800.6 Direct Connection Service I Note 1 Note 2
12001 800.6 Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
12001 800.6 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
12001 800.6 PIC Processing Charges I -8% I-X
12001 800.6 Equal Access Start Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
12001 800.6 Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
12001 800.6 Billing and Collection: Account Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
12001 800.6 Billing and Collection Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
12001 800.9 Network Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Group Feature D Service I Note 6 I-X
12001 800.10 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
12001 800.11 800 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
12001 800.12 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
13001 299.3 Equal Access Start up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
13001 299.3.70 Direct Connection Service I Note 1 Note 2
13001 299.3.70 Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
13001 299.3.70 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
13001 299.3.70 PIC Processing Charges I -8% I-X
13001 299.3.70 (c) Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
13001 299.3.70.8 Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
13001 299.3.72 Billing and Collection: Account Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
13001 299.3.72 Billing and Collection Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
13001 299.3.92 Network Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Group Feature D Service I Note 6 I-X
13001 299.3.95 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
13001 299.3.100 800 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
13001 299.3.110 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
A3. Local network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
27750 300.4 Unbundled Loops Type A & B I -8% Note 2
27750 300.4 Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Order I -8% I-X
27750 300.4 Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Loop I -8% I-X
27750 300.4 Unbundled Loop Selection I -8% Note 2
27750 300.4 Unbundled Loop Modification I 0% 0%
27750 300.4 Unbundled Loop Connecting Link service I -8% I-X
27750 300.4 Riser Space I -8% I-X
27750 300.4 Relay Service, Set-up Charge I -8% I-X
27750 300.4 Compensation for Traffic Termination I -8% I-X
27750 300.4 Compensation for Transiting Service I -8% I-X
A4. Other interconnection arrangements
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
27750 302 Local Number Portability (LNP) Access to Service Control Point (SCP) II 0% 0%
27750 303 Link Arrangements for Interconnecting Canadian Carriers and Digital Subscriber Line Service Providers I -8% I-X
27750 304 Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Service I -8% I-X
27750 305 Basic Listing Interchange File I -8% Note 2
27750 505 Zero-Dialed Emergency Call Routing Service I -8% I-X
B. Wireless access services (WAS)
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
10001 1225 Public Cellular System Operators: Use of Towers and Associated Building Space II 0% 0%
10001 1270.1 Wireless Access Service (WAS): Telephone Numbers Line-side Access I -8% I-X
10001 1270 WAS: Other I -8% I-X
10001 1398 Mobile Radio Network Access Service I -8% I-X
11001 922.1 (b) WAS: Line-side Access - Telephone Numbers I -8% I-X
11001 922 WAS: Other I -8% I-X
12001 805.1 E WAS: Repair Visit I -8% Note 2
12001 805.2 A WAS: Line-side Access I -8% I-X
12001 805.2 B WAS: Trunk-side Access I -8% I-X
12001 840 Mobile Radio Network Access Service I -8% I-X
13001 295.2 (i) i/ii WAS: Line-side Access - Telephone Numbers I -8% I-X
13001 295.3 (f) i WAS: Trunk-side Access - 1000 Block Routing I -8% I-X
13001 295 WAS: Other I -8% I-X
C. Other services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7400 790 Enhanced Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
7400 901 Support Structure Service II 0% 0%
7400 909 Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
10001 1155 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
10001 1350 Network Paging Access Service I -8% I-X
10001 1625.2 (a) Call Forward Busy/No Answer I -8% I-X
10001 1625.2 (b) Integrated Voice Messaging Service (IVMS) - Data Access Ports I -8% I-X
10001 4100 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access to Individual Line Service II 0% 0%
10006 4 Tariff for Interconnection with Telesat I -8% I-X
10008 71 Operator Services II 0% 0%
10008 90 Standby Circuits I -8% I-X
11001 815.1 (c)(d)(e)(f) Enhanced Local Services - Alternate Service Provider Voice Messaging I -8% I-X
11001 835.1 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
11001 925 Network Paging Access Service I -8% I-X
11001 7000 Internet Service Provider (ISP) Access to Individual Line Service II 0% 0%
11006 4 Tariff for Interconnection with Telesat I -8% I-X
11008 71 Operator Services II 0% 0%
11008 90 Standby Circuits I -8% I-X
12001 630.1 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access Line Service II 0% 0%
12001 800.7 Standby Circuits I -8% I-X
12001 820.1 Radio Paging Access Service I -8% I-X
12002 5069.1 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
12002 5800.2 Call Forward Busy/No Answer I -8% I-X
13001 45.2 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
13001 290 Dial Access to Radio Paging Service I -8% I-X
13001 299.2 Tariff for Interconnection with Telesat I -8% I-X
13001 299.3.90 Standby Circuits I -8% I-X
13001 325 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access Service II 0% 0%
13001 370.25 Call Forward Busy/No Answer I -8% I-X
21491 604 Exchange Maps I Note 3 Note 3
27750 201.2 (e) Internet Service Provider (ISP) Link Connectivity II 0% 0%
27750 306 Compensation per Call I -8% I-X
27750 503 Electronic Directory Database Access Service II 0% 0%
27750 504.4 Payphone Basic Access Line Service II 0% 0%
27750 504.6 CPTSP Toll Free Report II 0% 0%

Bell Canada

A1. Co-location services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7516 110 Entrance Conduit Space I -8% I-X
7516 110 Floor Space Physical Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
7516 110 Floor Space Virtual Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
7516 110 Power Consumption I -8% I-X
7516 110 Riser Space I -8% I-X
7516 110 Service Order Charge I -8% I-X
7516 110 Application Charge I -8% I-X
7516 110 Construction Charges: Contracted I Note 5 Note 5
A2. Toll network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7516 40.1 (g) Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
7516 40.1 (h) Signalling Transfer Point (STP) Port Connection Services I -8% I-X
7516 40.4 Direct Connection Service I Note 1 Note 2
7516 40.4 Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
7516 40.4 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
7516 40.5 PIC Processing Charges I -8% I-X
7516 40.6 Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Access I -8% Note 2
7516 40.7 Equal Access Start-Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
7516 40.8 Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
7516 41 Operator Services Excluding 800/888 Services II 0% 0%
7516 41.5 800/888 Directory Assistance Service I -8% I-X
7516 42.3 Billing and Collection: Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
7516 42.3 Billing and Collection: Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
7516 70 800/888 Carrier Access: Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
7516 75 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
7516 80 Network Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Feature Group I Note 6 I-X
7516 85 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
A3. Local network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7516 105.4 (c) Local Network Interconnection and Unbundled Network Component Services I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (c) Unbundled Loops Type A & B I -8% Note 2
7516 105.4 (c) Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Order I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (c) Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Loop I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (c) Unbundled Loop Selection I -8% Note 2
7516 105.4 (c) Unbundled Loop Modification I 0% 0%
7516 105.4 (c) Unbundled Loop Connecting Link Service I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (c) Riser Space I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (c) Relay Service: Set-up Charge I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (c) CCS7 Signalling Services I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (d) Traffic Termination I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (e) Transit Services I -8% Note 2
7516 105.4 (f) Remote Switching and DSLAM Information I -8% I-X
7516 105.4 (g) ADSL Coverage Information I -8% I-X
A4. Other interconnection arrangements
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7516 115 Local Number Portability (LNP) Access to Service Control Point (SCP) II 0% 0%
7516 120 Link Arrangements for Interconnecting Canadian Carriers and Digital Subscriber Line Service Providers I -8% I-X
7516 200 Customer Information Reports II 0% 0%
7516 300 Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) Interconnection Services II 0% 0%
7516 305 Billed Number Screen (BNS) Database Service I -8% I-X
7516 310 Basic Listing Interchange File I -8% Note 2
7516 315 Zero-Dialed Emergency Call Routing Service I -8% I-X
B. Wireless access services (WAS)
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7396 G6, G8 Central Office Located Customer-Provided Equipment II 0% 0%
7396 G12 Connection of Customer-Provided Equipment: Co-location Services I -8% I-X
7396 G12 Connection of Customer-Provided Equipment: Other Components I -8% I-X
7396 G14 Type 1 and Type 2 Connections II 0% 0%
7396 G15 Wireless Access Services - Other I -8% I-X
7396 G15 (b)(1)a Line-side WAS Telephone Number Services I Note 1 I-X
7396 G16 Cellular Voice Channels I -8% I-X
7396 G17 Cellular Access Service Types II & III I -8% I-X
7396 G18 Directory Information Service for Wireless Service Providers II 0% 0%
7396 G19 Mini Cell Site for Wireless Service Operators I -8% I-X
7396 G21 Wireless Service Provider Enhanced 9-1-1 Service I -8% I-X
C. Other services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
6716 26.2 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
6716 84 Wholesale Automated Alternative Billing Service II 0% 0%
6716 87 Directory Information Service II 0% 0%
6716 88 Local Operator Assistance Service ( LOAS) II 0% 0%
6716 89 Connection Service II 0% 0%
6716 315 Payphone Basic Access Line Service II 0% 0%
6716 1985 Network Portability Access Service I -8% I-X
6716 2025.4 Integrated Voice Messaging System Access Arrangements I -8% I-X
6716 2025.7 Call Forward Busy/No Answer, Message Monitor and Toll Saver I -8% I-X
6716 4190, 1990 Paging/Telephone Number Access (TNA) Services: Telephone Number Access Service I Note 1 I-X
6716 4190, 4195 Paging/TNA Services: Radio Systems Operators Services and Other Services I -8% I-X
6716 4195 Switched Network Access for Conventional Radio System Operators and Private I -8% I-X
6716 4695 Internet Service Provider (ISP) Link Service II 0% 0%
6716 4698 Managed Internet Protocol Service (MIPS) II 0% 0%
6716 4910 Partial Cable-distribution System II 0% 0%
6716 5400 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access Service excluding Administration and Support II 0% 0%
6716 5400 ADSL Loop Administration and Support I -8% I-X
7400 700 Co-located Customer Provided Equipment in TELCO Central-Office I -8% I-X
7400 704 Mobile Satellite Access Service I -8% I-X
7400 790 Enhanced Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
7400 901 Support Structure Service II 0% 0%
7400 909 Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
7516 43 Compensation per Call I -8% I-X
7516 60 Standby Circuits I -8% I-X
7516 100 Electronic Directory Database Access Service II 0% 0%

MTS Communications Inc.

A1. Co-location services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
24006 110 Entrance Conduit Space I -8% I-X
24006 110 Floor Space Physical Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
24006 110 Floor Space Virtual Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
24006 110 Power Consumption I -8% I-X
24006 110 Riser Space I -8% I-X
24006 110 Service Order Charge I -8% I-X
24006 110 Application Charge I -8% I-X
24006 110 Construction Charges: Contracted I Note 5 Note 5
A2. Toll network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
24006 40.1 G Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
24006 40.3.D Direct Connection Service I Note 1 Note 2
24006 40.3.D Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
24006 40.3.F 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
24006 40.4 H PIC Processing Charges I -8% I-X
24006 40.6 D Equal Access Start-Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
24006 40.8 C Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
24006 42.3.B Billing and Collection: Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
24006 42.3.C Billing and Collection Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
24006 70 800 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
24006 75 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
24006 80 Network Announcements for Customers of Discontinued IXCs with Feature Group D Service I Note 6 I-X
24006 85 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
A3. Local network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
24006 105.4 C Unbundled Loops Type A & B I -8% Note 2
24006 105.4 C Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Order I -8% I-X
24006 105.4 C Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Loop I -8% I-X
24006 105.4 C Unbundled Loop Selection I -8% Note 2
24006 105.4 C Unbundled Loop Modification I 0% 0%
24006 105.4 C Unbundled Loop Connecting Link Service I -8% I-X
24006 105.4 C Riser Space I -8% I-X
24006 105.4 C Relay Service: Set-up Charge I -8% I-X
24006 105.4 D Compensation for Traffic Terminations I -8% I-X
24006 105.4 E (2) Compensation for Transiting Service I -8% Note 2
A4. Other interconnection arrangements
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
24006 115 Local Number Portability (LNP) Access to Service Control Point (SCP) II 0% 0%
24006 120 Link Arrangements for Interconnecting Canadian Carriers and Digital Subscriber Line Service Providers I -8% I-X
24006 305 Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Service I -8% I-X
24006 310.4 Basic Listing Interchange File I -8% Note 2
24006 320 Zero-Dialed Emergency Call Routing Service I -8% I-X
B. Wireless access services (WAS)
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
24001 3000.3 E Wireless Mobile Radio Network Access Service: Telephone Number Services I -8% I-X
24001 3000.3 Wireless Mobile Radio Network Access Service: Other Services Excluding Sub-Item 3000.3 E I -8% I-X
C. Other services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7400 790 Enhanced Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
7400 901 Support Structure Service II 0% 0%
7400 909 Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
24001 360 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
24001 1610.3 Operator Services II 0% 0%
24001 1705 Payphone Basic Access Line Service II 0% 0%
24001 2950 Dial Access for Radio Paging Service I -8% I-X
24001 3150.3 B Dial Access for Customer-Owned Telephone Answering Equipment: Trunks I -8% I-X
24002 5800 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Line Enhancement II 0% 0%
24002 5810 ADSL Access to Individual Line Service II 0% 0%
24006 43.3 Compensation per Call I -8% I-X
24006 60 Standby Circuits I -8% I-X
24006 100 Electronic Directory Database Access Service II 0% 0%
24006 325 Wholesale Voice Messaging Integration I -8% I-X

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

A1. Co-location services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
21414 610.16 Entrance Conduit Space I -8% I-X
21414 610.16 Floor Space Physical Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
21414 610.16 Floor Space Virtual Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
21414 610.16 Power Consumption I -8% I-X
21414 610.16 Riser Space I -8% I-X
21414 610.16 Service Order Charge I -8% I-X
21414 610.16 Application Charge I -8% I-X
21414 610.16 Power Delivery I -8% Note 8
21414 610.16 Project Management Fee I -8% Note 8
21414 610.16 Site Preparation Fee I -8% Note 8
21414 610.16 Installation / Maintenance I -8% Note 8
21414 610.16 Cable Pulling / Splicing I -8% Note 8
21414 610.16 Construction Charges: Contracted I Note 5 Note 5
A2. Toll network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
21414 610.04 Billing and Collection: Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
21414 610.04 Billing and Collection Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
21414 610.06.1 Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting circuits I -8% I-X
21414 610.06.2 Direct Connection Service I Note 1 Note 2
21414 610.06.2 Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
21414 610.06.2 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
21414 610.06.3 PIC Processing I -8% I-X
21414 610.06.5 Equal Access Start-Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
21414 610.06.6 Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
21414 610.08 Network Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Feature Group D Service I Note 6 I-X
21414 610.10 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
21414 610.12 Operator Services II 0% 0%
A3. Local network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
21414 610.18.4 (2)(a) Unbundled Loops Type A & B I -8% Note 2
21414 610.18.4 (2)(a) Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Order I -8% I-X
21414 610.18.4 (2)(a) Unbundled Loop Service Charge per Loop I -8% I-X
21414 610.18.4 (2)(b) Other Loop Related Charges: Loop Selection, per Loop I -8% Note 8
21414 610.18.4 (2)(b) Other Loop Related Charges: Loop Modifications Charges I 0% 0%
21414 610.18.4 (2)(b) Other Loop Related Charges: Diagnostic Maintenance Charge I -8% Note 8
21414 610.18.4 (2)(c) Unbundled Loop Connecting Link Service: Excluding Connecting Link C I -8% I-X
21414 610.18.4 (2)(c) Unbundled Loop Connecting Link Service: Connecting Link C I Note 8 Note 8
21414 610.18.4 (2)(c) Riser Space I -8% I-X
21414 610.18.4 (2)(d) Central Office Codes II 0% 0%
21414 610.18.4 (2)(e) Message Relay Service, Set-up Charge I -8% I-X
21414 610.18.4 (2)(f) Emergency Service 9-1-1, Provincial 9-1-1 Location Information I Note 7 Note 7
21414 610.18.4 (3) Compensation for Traffic Termination I -8% I-X
21414 610.18.4 (4) Compensation for Transiting Services: Excluding Toll Transit I -8% Note 2
21414 610.18.4 (4)(b) Toll Transit I Note 8 Note 8
A4. Other interconnection arrangements
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
21414 610.20 Link Arrangements for Interconnecting Canadian Carriers I -8% I-X
21414 610.26 Interconnection Arrangements for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Service Providers II 0% 0%
21414 650.02 Basic Listing Interchange File I -8% Note 2
21414 650.08 Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Service I -8% I-X
21414 650.22 Zero-Dialed Emergency Call Routing Service (0-ECRS) I -8% I-X
B. Wireless access services (WAS)
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
21414 650.20.4 Wireless Service Provider - Network Access Service: Line Side Access Service Channel I Note 7 Note 7
21414 650.20.4 WSP Network Access Service: Line Side Access Telephone Numbers I -8% I-X
21414 650.20.4 WSP Network Access Service: Trunk Side Access Service Channel I Note 7 Note 7
21414 650.20.4 WSP Network Access Service: Trunk Side Access Telephone Numbers II 0% 0%
21414 650.20.4 WSP Network Access Service: Trouble Investigation I -8% Note 8
21414 650.20.4 WSP Network Access Service: Other Services I -8% I-X
C. Other services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7400 790 Enhanced Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
7400 901 Support Structure Service II 0% 0%
7400 909 Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
21412 550.08.3 (d) Message Manager: Call Forward Busy/ No Answer I Note 6 I-X
21414 650.04 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
21414 650.06 Pay Telephone Basic Access Line Service II 0% 0%
21414 650.12 Busy Line Verification II 0% 0%
21414 650.14 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Access Capability II 0% 0%
21414 650.16 Support Structure Service II 0% 0%
21414 650.18 Radio Paging Access Service I -8% I-X
21414 650.24 Payphone Compensation Per Call (CPC) I -8% I-X
21414 650.26 Competitive Payphone Toll-Free Tracking (CPTT) Report Service II 0% 0%

TELUS Communications Inc.

A1. Co-location services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
1017 110 Entrance Conduit Space I -8% I-X
1017 110 Floor Space Physical Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
1017 110 Floor Space Virtual Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
1017 110 Power Consumption I -8% I-X
1017 110 Riser Space I -8% I-X
1017 110 Service Order Charge I -8% I-X
1017 110 Construction Charges: Contracted I Note 5 Note 5
1017 110 Application Charge I -8% I-X
18008 250 Entrance Conduit Space I -8% I-X
18008 250 Floor Space Virtual Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
18008 250 Power Consumption I -8% I-X
18008 250 Riser Space I -8% I-X
18008 250 Service Order Charge I -8% I-X
18008 250 Construction Charges: Contracted I Note 5 Note 5
18008 250.8 Access to Synchronization Clock I -8% I-X
18008 250.8 Transition Cabinet I -8% I-X
18008 255 Power Consumption I -8% I-X
18008 255 Building Riser Space and Fibre Optic Cable I -8% I-X
18008 255 Entrance Conduit Space I -8% I-X
18008 255 Order Processing Charge I -8% I-X
18008 255 Floor Space Physical Co-location Arrangement I Note 1 I-X
18008 255 Construction Fee I Note 5 Note 5
18008 255.4 Access to Synchronization Clock I -8% I-X
18008 255.4 Transition Cabinet I -8% I-X
A2. Toll network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
1017 70 A Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
1017 70 A(8) Signalling Transfer Point (STP) Port Connection Services (PCS) I -8% I-X
1017 70 E(5) Direct Connection Service I Note 1 I-X
1017 70 E(5) Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
1017 70 E(7) 800/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
1017 70 F PIC Processing I -8% I-X
1017 70.G.4 Equal Access Start-Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
1017 70 H Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
1017 70 I Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Access Query I -8% Note 2
1017 73 800/888 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
1017 75 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
18008 220 800 Carrier Access Multi-Carrier Selection Capability I Note 6 I-X
18008 225 Dialed Number Transport Capability I -8% I-X
18008 270.1 Service Order Charges per DS-0 Interconnecting Circuits I -8% I-X
18008 270.2 Direct Connection Service I Note 1 I-X
18008 270.2 Access Tandem Connection Service I -8% I-X
18008 270.2 800/877/888 Carrier Identification Charge I -8% Note 2
18008 270.2 Signalling Transfer Point (STP) Port Connection Service (PCS) I -8% I-X
18008 270.3 Equal Access Start-Up Charge I Note 3 Note 3
18008 270.4 PIC Processing Charge I -8% I-X
18008 270.5 Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Access I -8% Note 2
18008 270.6 Carrier Network Profile Change I -8% I-X
21462 200 Bulk Transfer of Customer Base between IXCs having Feature Group D Service I -8% I-X
21462 201 Network Recorded Announcements for Customers of Disconnected IXCs with Trunk Side Access I Note 6 I-X
21462 207 Billing and Collection: Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) Discount I Note 4 Note 4
21462 207 Billing and Collection Charges Excluding ARM Discount I -8% I-X
A3. Local network interconnection and ancillary services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
1005 209 Transit Services I -8% Note 2
1017 105 Unbundled Loops Type A & B I -8% Note 2
1017 105 Fixed Rate Service Order Charge per Order I -8% I-X
1017 105 Variable Rate Service Order Charge per Loop I -8% I-X
1017 105 Unbundled Loop Selection I -8% I-X
1017 105 Unbundled Loop Modification I 0% 0%
1017 105 Unbundled Loop Connecting Link Services I -8% I-X
1017 105 Riser Space I -8% I-X
1017 105 CCS7 Signalling Services I -8% I-X
1017 105 Compensation for Traffic Termination I -8% I-X
1017 105 Relay Service, Set-up Charge I -8% I-X
18008 215 Unbundled Loops Type A & B I -8% Note 2
18008 215 Fixed Rate Service Order Charge per Order I -8% I-X
18008 215 Variable Rate Service Order Charge per Loop I -8% I-X
18008 215 Unbundled Loop Selection I -8% I-X
18008 215 Unbundled Loop Modification I 0% 0%
18008 215 Unbundled Loop Connecting Link Services I -8% I-X
18008 215 Riser Space I -8% I-X
18008 215 CCS7 Signalling Services I -8% I-X
18008 215 Traffic Termination I -8% I-X
18008 215 Transit Services I -8% Note 2
18008 215 Relay Service, Set-up Charge I -8% I-X
18008 215 9-1-1 Maps I -8% Note 8
A4. Other interconnection arrangements
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
1017 115 Local Number Portability (LNP) Access to Service Control Point (SCP) II 0% 0%
1017 120 Link Arrangements for Interconnecting Carriers and DSL Providers I -8% I-X
1017 205 Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Service I -8% I-X
1017 210 Basic Listing Interchange File I -8% Note 2
18008 230 Intelligent Network Interconnection II 0% 0%
18008 235 Central Office Link Arrangements for Interconnecting Canadian Carriers I -8% I-X
18008 265 Local Number Portability (LNP) Access to Service Control Point (SCP) II 0% 0%
18008 300 Basic Listing Interchange File I -8% Note 2
18008 310 Billed Number Screening (BNS) Database Service I -8% I-X
21461 309 Emergency Services - Operator Access Coordination Service I -8% I-X
B. Wireless access services (WAS)
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
1005 196 Terminal Network Access (TNA) for Local Service I -8% I-X
1005 197 Switched Access Types for Conventional Public Mobile Radio Systems I -8% I-X
1005 197 A Wireless Access Service (WAS) I -8% I-X
1005 197 A (D)(1) d/e SAT-1 Digital Wireless Service: Telephone Numbers I -8% I-X
1005 197 C Wireless Service Provider Enhanced Provincial 9-1-1 Network Access Service I -8% I-X
18001 330 Messaging Services Network Access I -8% I-X
18001 555 Wireless Service Providers (WSP) - Network Access Service Excluding Emergency 9-1-1 Service, per NAS Charge I -8% I-X
18001 555.4 (10) b/c WSP - Network Access Service: Line Side Interconnection, Telephone Numbers I Note 1 I-X
18001 570 Wireless Service Provider Enhanced Provincial 9-1-1 Network Access Service I -8% I-X
18001 695 Wireless System Operators (WSO) - Tower Service II 0% 0%
25721 2220 Radio Paging System Access I -8% I-X
C. Other services
Tariff Item Description Category Change in rates due to:
Mark-up Pricing constraint
7400 790 Enhanced Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
7400 909 Card Swipe Access II 0% 0%
1005 23 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
1005 179 Directory Information Services for Carriers and Non-Carriers II 0% 0%
1005 180 Local Operator Assistance Service for Carriers and Non-Carriers II 0% 0%
1005 185 Pay Telephone Basic Access Line Service II 0% 0%
1005 206 Integrated Voice Messaging Service (IVMS) Access I -8% I-X
1005 207 Network Portability Access Service (NPAS) I -8% I-X
1005 471 Internet Service Provider (ISP) Connection Service II 0% 0%
18001 245 Network Portability Access Service (NPAS) I -8% I-X
18001 295 Inbound Data Access (IDA) Service II 0% 0%
18001 300 Integrated Voice Messaging - Underlying Network Components I -8% I-X
18001 330.3 Messaging Services I -8% I-X
18001 475 Directory File Service I -8% I-X
18008 205 Directory Information Services (DIS) II 0% 0%
18008 210 Local Operator Assistance Service II 0% 0%
18008 280 Call Routing - Local Routing Number Absent II 0% 0%
18008 416 Public Telephone Access Line Service II 0% 0%
21461 300.3 Call Forwarding - Wholesale I -8% I-X
21461 401 Directory Publisher Billing and Collection Service II 0% 0%
21461 404 Support Structure Service II 0% 0%
21462 203 Dedicated Access Line Facilities II 0% 0%
21462 205 Payphone per Call Compensation I -8% I-X
21462 206 Competitive Payphone Toll-Free Tracking (CPTT) Report Service II 0% 0%
21462 210 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access to Individual Line Service II 0% 0%
21462 214 Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Access Service excluding ADSL Loop Administration and Support II 0% 0%
21462 214 ADSL Loop Administration and Support I Note 9 Note 2
25721 5075 Public Telephone Access Line II 0% 0%

Notes to Appendix 1:

Note 1
See Part III of this Decision for explicit rates
Note 2
0%: Exempt because the study includes explicit productivity factor
Note 3
0%: Exempt because the rate is for the recovery of service costs
Note 4
0%: Exempt because the ARM discount reflects percentage of uncollectible revenues
Note 5
0%: Exempt because the charges are flow-through charges passed on to carriers
Note 6
0%: Exempt because the rate did not include a mark-up
Note 7
0%: Exempt because the rate refers to other tariff items
Note 8
0%: Exempt because the charge is based on a labour rate
Note 9
0%: Exempt because the charge reflects a 15% mark-up

Appendix 2

Classification of services

Aliant Telecom Inc.

Residential local services in non-HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
10001 630 Network Exchange Service - Single Line (Residence)
10001 1000 Temporary Discontinuance of Service (Residence)
11001 280 Network Exchange Service (Residence)
11001 400 Temporary Discontinuance of Service (Residence)
11001 1510 Telephone Sets
12001 22.9 Customer-initiated Suspension of Service (Residence)
12001 45 Residence Single Line Access Service
12001 65 Residence Multi-Line Access Service
13001 50.7 (c), (d) Individual and Party-Line Service (Residence)
13001 50.10 (a) Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service (Residence)
13001 50.11 Extended Area Service (Residence)
13001 50.15 Short-Term Service (Residence)
13001 50.16 Community Calling Plan (Residence)
13001 330 Telephone Sets for Party-Line Services
21491 255 Standard Service Charges (Residence)
Residential optional local services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
10001 1600 Enhanced Local Services, with the Exception of 1-Time Charge Services (Residence)
10001 1625.1 Enhanced Local Services - Information Manager (Residence)
11001 800 Enhanced Local Services with the Exception of Call Guardian Services (Residence)
12001 47 Residential Single Line Access Service - Packages
12001 49 Second Line Package
12001 200 Calling Features (Residence)
12001 205 Call Trace Service (Residence)
12002 5065 Message-Net Service (Residence)
12002 5066 TalkMail Service (Residence)
12002 5067 Call Answer Service
13001 370.24 Voice Information Service (Residence)
13001 400 Residence Service Package
13001 385 Calling Features (Residence)
21491 300 Residence Single-Line Access Bundles
21491 308 Internet Call Manager (Residence)
Residential local services in HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
10001 630 Network Exchange Service - Single Line (Residence)
10001 1000 Temporary Discontinuance of Service (Residence)
11001 280 Network Exchange Service (Residence)
11001 400 Temporary Discontinuance of Service (Residence)
11001 1510 Telephone Sets
12001 22.9 Customer-initiated Suspension of Service (Residence)
12001 45 Residence Single Line Access Service
12001 65 Residence Multi-Line Access Service
13001 50.7 (c), (d) Individual and Party-Line Service (Residence)
13001 50.10 (a) Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service (Residence)
13001 50.11 Extended Area Service (Residence)
13001 50.15 Short-Term Service (Residence)
13001 50.16 Community Calling Plan (Residence)
13001 330 Telephone Sets for Party-Line Services
21491 255 Standard Service Charges (Residence)
Residential optional local services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
10001 1600 Enhanced Local Services, with the Exception of 1-Time Charge Services (Residence)
10001 1625.1 Enhanced Local Services - Information Manager (Residence)
11001 800 Enhanced Local Services with the Exception of Call Guardian Services (Residence)
12001 47 Residential Single Line Access Service - Packages
12001 49 Second Line Package
12001 200 Calling Features (Residence)
12001 205 Call Trace Service (Residence)
12002 5065 Message-Net Service (Residence)
12002 5066 TalkMail Service (Residence)
12002 5067 Call Answer Service
13001 370.24 Voice Information Service (Residence)
13001 400 Residence Service Package
13001 385 Calling Features (Residence)
21491 300 Residence Single-Line Access Bundles
21491 308 Internet Call Manager (Residence)
Single and multi-line business local primary exchange services
Tariff Item Description
10001 201.1.1 Business Service at Reduced Rates - Charitable Rate
10001 201.2 Business Service at Reduced Rates - Seasonal Service
10001 631 Business Message Rate Service
10001 720 Network Exchange Service - (Multiline)
10001 740 Hotel Service
10001 1000 Temporary Discontinuance of Service (Business - Single Line and Multi-Line)
11001 266 Business Service at Reduced Rates
11001 700 Hotel Service
11001 900 Duplicate Service (Business)
12001 22.9 Customer-initiated Suspension of Service (Business - Single Line and Multi-Line Access)
12001 50.2.D Business Single-Line Access Service - Charitable Rate
12001 3370 Key Telephone Service
12001 3600 Rates for Regular Private Automatic Branch Exchange Service Trunk Lines
12001 3655 Hotel and Motel Private Branch Exchange Service - Rates and Charges
12001 3850 Connection of Customer-Owned Circuits with Company-Owned P(A)BX Switchboards
13001 50.10 (a) Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service - (Multi-Line Access)
13001 50.11 Extended Area Service (Business - Single Line and Multi-Line)
13001 50.15 Short-Term Service (Business - Single Line and Multi-Line)
13001 50.16 Community Calling Plan (Business - Single Line and Multi-Line)
13001 80 Service Charge Rate Schedule (Business - Single Line and Multi-Line)
13001 330 Telephone Sets for Party-Line Services (Business)
21491 205.2 Single-Line Access Service
21491 205.3 Multi-Line Access Service, with the exception of Equivalent Line Service
21491 255 Standard Service Charges (Business - Single Line and Multi-Line)
Other capped services
Tariff Item Description
7400 15 Sale of Tariff
7400 301 Digital Network Access
7400 303 Managed Digital Private Line Service
7400 304 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension Features
7400 305 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension
7400 306 Customer Volume Pricing Plan
7400 307 Inter-Office Digital Channels
7400 308 Access Special Routing
7400 310 High Capacity 45 Service
7400 311 Bandwidth Data Service
7400 380 Digital Private Line Satellite Access
7400 382 Digital Private Line Large Business
7400 401 Dataroute Service
7400 402 Broadcast and Image for Occasional Use - Domestic and Cross-Border
7400 403 Broadcast and Image Full Time Inter-Exchange Broadcast-Quality Video
Transmission Channel Service
7400 515 Advantage 900 with the exception of 900 Call Denial/Blocking
10001 4 Tariff Subscription and Exchange Information
10001 530 Other Service Charges, other than Centrex related
10001 550 Construction Charges
10001 580 Interior Construction
10001 585 Labour Rates
10001 592 Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) Cheque Charge
10001 1150 Directories and Listings with the exception of Non-Published Listings Without
Automated per Line Blocking (Residence)
10001 1160 Operator Services
10001 1400 Telephone Answering Service
10001 1500 Hospital Patient Telephone Service
10001 2100 Conference Service - Local
10001 2510, 2520, 2530, 2540 Inter-Exchange Circuit Mileage
10001 2900 Telpak Service
10001 3070 Teleroute 200 Service
10001 3120 Maintenance
10001 3180 Sale of Terminal Equipment Wire
10001 3230 Inside Wire
10001 4050 Datalink Service
10001 4090 Province-Wide Dial Access Service
10001 4110 Local Data Channels - Loaded and Unloaded
10001 4130 Multicom Service
10001 4400 Digital Channel Service
10001 4450 128 Kbps fractional DS-1
10001 4460 Digital Network Access - 100 Mbps
10001 4470 Digital Network Access - OC-3
10001 4480 Digital Network Access - Gigabit
10001 4510 Microlink Service
10001 4550 Digital Exchange Access Service
10001 6010 Lease of Channels/Channels for Program Transmission
11001 5 Company Tariffs
11001 370.2 Other Service Charges (Other)
11001 385 Labour Rates
11001 391 Set Loss Charge
11001 392 Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) Cheque Charge
11001 400 Temporary Discontinuance of Service
11001 450 Exchange Private Line Mileage
11001 460 Extension Line Mileage
11001 470 Private Property Mileage
11001 660 Off Premise Extension
11001 692 Answer Supervision
11001 760 Telephone Answering Service
11001 764 Telephone Answering Access Service
11001 775 Hospital Patient Telephone Service
11001 825 Directory Listings - Extra Listings
11001 825 Directory Listings - Non-Listed Service
11001 825 Directory Listings - Non-Published Service, with the exception of
Residence Non-Published Service Without Automated per Line Blocking
11001 850 Operator Services
11001 870 Construction Charges on Private Property
11001 880 Interior Construction
11001 915 Local Conference Service
11001 1820 Customer Provided Terminal Equipment - Maintenance
11001 1840 Customer Provided Equipment - Company Provided Interface
11001 2900 Digital Channel Service
11001 2950 Megalink Service
11001 3000, 3010 Microlink Service
11001 6010 Channels for Program Transmission
12001 25 Tariff Subscription Service
12001 105.2 Extra Listings
12001 105.2 Non-Published Telephone Number
12001 110.2 C Diagnostic Maintenance Charge
12001 140.2 Directory Assistance Service
12001 150 Toll Access Service
12001 190 Automatic Dialing Service
12001 210 Suppressed Ringing Service
12001 211 Province Wide Switched Suppressed Ringing Service (SRS) Access Service
12001 216 Name Inquiry Service
12001 220 Hospital Patient Service
12001 225 TAS ID Service
12001 230.2 B Business Toll Restriction Service
12001 232 Data Line Support Services
12001 235 Switched Digital Data Service
12001 240 Automatic Line Service
12001 280 Jack Service
12001 700 Conference 300 Service
12001 3795 Special Billing Codes
12002 1002 Tariff Subscription Service
12002 1050 Program Broadcast Transmission Facilities
12002 3770 Digital Channel Service
12002 3775 Digital Network Access - 100 Mbps or 155 Mbps (OC-3)
12002 3776 Digital Network Access - OC-48
12002 3777 Digital Network Access - OC-48 Special Tariff for Health and Education
12002 5500 Province Wide Digital Access and Transmission Service
12002 6030 Private Line Voice Service
12002 6040 Telpak Service
13001 30 Tariff Subscription Service
13001 46.2 Operator Services
13001 50.12 (b) Omission of Directory Listings (Business)
13001 50.13 (c) Extra Listings
13001 50.18 Name That Number Service
13001 170 Public Mobile Telephone Service
13001 180 Hospital Patient Telephone Service
13001 195 DMS Data Service
13001 215 Microlink Service
13001 230 Tie Trunks
13001 260 Intercommunicating Systems
13001 270 Intercommunicating Circuits
13001 298 Switched Network Access For Conventional Radio System Operators and Private Mobile
System Operators
13001 331 Set-Loss Charge for Party-Line Services
13001 370.4 Jack and Plug Equipment
13003 Section A Local Program Circuits or Channels
13003 Section A Interexchange Program Circuits or Channels
13003 Section A Investigative Maintenance Service Charges
13003 Section A Interexchange Voice-Grade Channels
13003 Section A Interexchange Channels Discount
13003 Section A Omnidata Service
13003 Section A Datalink
13003 Section A Miscellaneous Data Equipment
13003 Section A Data equipment - Teletype - Network Access
13003 Section A Digital Channel Service
13003 Section A 10/100/155 Mbps Access Service
21491 115 (d) Non-Sufficient Funds Charge
21491 122 Tariff Subscription Service
21491 205.3 Multi-Line access service - Equivalent Line Service
21491 255 Standard Service Charges, related to Other capped services
21491 324 Network Access Busy Out Feature
21491 326 Music on Hold
21491 328 Direct-Inward-Dialing for Access Service (DID-AS)
21491 338 Answer Supervision
21491 400 Remote Call Forwarding Service
21491 401 Interexchange Circuits Connected to the Public Switched Telephone Network
21491 502 Digital Exchange Access
21491 503 Digital Switched Service
21491 514 Data Channels
21491 805 Local Mileage, New Brunswick Only
27750 10 Tariff Subscription Service
27750 200 Full-Time Local Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
27750 201 Megalink Service, with the exception of 201.2 (e) ISP Link Connectivity
Public telephone services
Tariff Item Description
10001 1300 Public Telephone Service
10001 1310 Semi-Public Telephone Service
10001 1320 Inmate Service
11001 500 Public and Semi-Public Telephone Service
12001 55 Public Telephone Service
12001 56 Inmate Service
12001 60 Semi-Public Telephone Service
13001 130 Coin Telephone Service
13001 140 Inmate Service
Services with frozen rate treatment
Tariff Item Description
7400 515.3 (k) Advantage 900 - 900 Call Denial/Blocking
10001 1600 Enhanced Local Services - 1-Time Charge Services (Residence)
10001 280 Provincial 9-1-1 Service
11001 267 Provincial 9-1-1 Service
11001 800 Enhanced Local Services - Call Guardian Services
11001 825.6 Residence Non-Published Service Without Automated per Line Blocking
12001 105.2 Limited Non-Published Telephone Number
12001 620 Provincial Enhanced 9-1-1 Service
12001 230.2 Residence Toll Restriction Service
13001 50.12 (b) Omission of a Directory Listing (Residence)
13001 391 Residence Toll Restriction
21491 240 Message Relay Service
21491 240 900 Call Denial/Blocking Service
21491 255.4 Installment Payment Provision
Uncapped services
Tariff Item Description
7400 Part 7 Special Facilities Services (Special Assemblies)
7400 Part 11 Special Facilities Services (Special Assemblies)
10001 530 Other Service Charges - Centrex Related
10001 780 Centrex Business Service
10001 975 Small Business Network Service
10001 985 Small Business Network Service Offers
10001 1010 Temporary Discontinuance of Service - (Centrex Business Service)
10001 1390 Metro Transit Access Service
10001 1600 Enhanced Local Services (Business)
10001 1625.1 Enhanced Local Services - Information Manager (Business)
10001 1920 Connecting Companies
10003 All Items Special Facilities Tariff
10004 All Items Supplementary Tariff
10006 All Items Telesat
11001 370.1 Other Service Charges - Centrex
11001 698 Centrex Business Service
11001 800 Enhanced Local Services (Business)
11001 960 EMO - Emergency Mobile Radio Network Access
11003 1000 Access Service Arrangements - Activation of Network Routing Capability
11003 4001 Channels for Data Transmission - Digital Transmission Facilities at 1.544 Megabits a Second
11003 6701 Special Channels - Digital Access to the Public Switched Telephone Network
11004 All Items Special Facilities Tariffs
11005   Tariff for interconnection with the equipment and facilities of Unitel
11006   Tariff for interconnection with the equipment and facilities of Telesat
11007   Cellular Mobile Telephone service
12001 70 Business Communications Service
12001 72 Business Communications Service
12001 80 National Centrex Service
12001 165 Enhanced Business Communications Service (BCS)
12001 170 Enhanced BCS - Automatic Call Distribution Service
12001 171 Enhanced BCS - Feature Networking
12001 172 Enhanced National Centrex Service
12001 173 Guest Voice Service
12001 174 Basic Call Centre Service
12001 200 Calling Features (Business)
12001 205 Call Trace Service (Business)
12001 3800 Exchange BCS - Measured Rate
12001 3805 Brunswick BCS
12001 3810 Hotel and Motel BCS
12002 3960 Corporate LAN Extension Service
12002 5065 Message-Net Service (Business)
12002 5066 TalkMail Service (Business and Education)
12002 5068 Messenger Return Service
12003 All items Special Assembly Tariff
13001 190 Provincial Centrex Service
13001 194 National Centrex Service
13001 196 Centrex Per Agent Service
13001 370.24 Voice Information System (Business)
13001 385 Calling Features (Business)
13001 410 Business Service Package
13003 Section B Custom Built Equipment and Arrangements
13003 Section D Interconnection with Sealink
13003 Section D Hibernia Site Centrex
21491 115 Late Payment charge, with the exception of Non-Sufficient Funds Charge
21491 255 Standard Service Charges, related to Centrex and BCS
21491 302.1 Business Loyalty Program
21491 308 Internet Call Manager (Business)
27750 10 Tariff Subscription Service
27750 200 Full-Time Local Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
27750 201 Megalink Service except 201.2 (e) ISP Link Connectivity
27750 Section 4 Special Facilities Services
27750 400 Large Capacity Digital Network
27750 401 Arrangements for Data Transmission
27750 410 Large Capacity OC-12 Digital Network
27750 415 Large Capacity OC-3 Digital Network
27750 500 Electronic Transfer Capability for Centrex
27750 501 Eligibility for Exclusive Tariffs for Health and Education Entities
27750 502 Universal Messaging
27750 700 Small Business Bundles
27750 701 Single Line Business Bundle

Bell Canada

Residential local services in non-HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
6716 70.1 Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service (Residence)
6716 100.4 (b) Service Charges Work Function Structure (Residence)
6716 1130.7 (a) Suspension of Service (Residence)
6716 1130.7 (d) Reference of Calls
6716 1430 Exchange Radio-Telephone Service (Residence)
6716 2150 Push-Button Dialing (Touch-Tone) (Residence)
6716 2300 Telephone Station Equipment
Residential optional local services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
6716 2025.6/.8/.9 Integrated Voice Messaging Service (IVMS) (Residence)
6716 2165 Calling Features (Residence)
6716 2170 Calling Features Bundles (Residence)
6716 2210 SimplyOne Service (Residence)
6716 2220 Consumer Solutions (Simple Connections)
6716 2221 FLEX Bundles
6716 4699 Internet Call Display Service (Residence)
Residential local services in HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
6716 70.1 Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service (Residence)
6716 100.4 (b) Service Charges Work Function Structure (Residence)
6716 1130.7 (a) Suspension of Service (Residence)
6716 1130.7 (d) Reference of Calls
6716 1430 Exchange Radio-Telephone Service (Residence)
6716 2150 Push-Button Dialing (Touch-Tone) (Residence)
6716 2300 Telephone Station Equipment
Residential optional local services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
6716 2025.6/.8/.9 Integrated Voice Messaging Service (IVMS) (Residence)
6716 2165 Calling Features (Residence)
6716 2170 Calling Features Bundles (Residence)
6716 2210 SimplyOne Service (Residence)
6716 2220 Consumer Solutions (Simple Connections)
6716 2221 FLEX Bundles
6716 4699 Internet Call Display Service (Residence)
Single and multi-line business local primary exchange services
Tariff Item Description
6716 70.2 Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service (Business)
6716 70.2 Microlink - Voice plus packet channel
6716 100.4 (a) Service Charges Work Function Structure (Business)
6716 1030 Short-Term Service
6716 1130.7 (b) Suspension of Service (Business)
6716 1430 Exchange Radio-Telephone Service (Business)
6716 2150 Push-Button Dialing (Touch-Tone) (Business)
6716 2300 Telephone Station Equipment
Other capped services
Tariff Item Description
6716 26.1 Sale of Bell Canada Tariffs
6716 28 NSF Cheque Charge
6716 29 Telephone Set Loss Charge
6716 70.3 Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service - (Equivalent Service)
6716 73 Telephone Number Services
6716 85 Operator Services
6716 110 Service Charges - Other than Work-Function Structure
6716 150 Construction on public thoroughfares and private property
6716 160 Trench Provisioning
6716 180 Interior Construction
6716 220 Extra Listings
6716 220 Omission of a Primary Exchange Listing (Business)
6716 295 Repertory Dialer Service
6716 310 Toll Telephones
6716 430 Private Branch Exchange Service
6716 500 Direct Inward Dialing
6716 950 Local Channels
6716 960 Dark Fibre
6716 1100 Foreign Exchange Service
6716 1190 Service System Service (General)
6716 1380 Telephone-Type Alerting System
6716 1385 Individual Line-Type Reporting System
6716 1415 Bell Neutral Answer Service
6716 1435 Regional Communication Service
6716 2070 Jack and Plug Arrangements
6716 2175 Customer Name and Address
6716 2177 Service Provider Identification Service
6716 2205 Suppressed Ringing Service
6716 3260 Remote Call Forwarding System
6716 3360 Conference 300
6716 3520 Ship and Aircraft Service
6716 3750 Monthly Distance Charges for Interexchange Channels - Service Point Termination for Local Channels
6716 3770 Channel Discounts (Telpak)
6716 4030 Intercommunicating Channels (General)
6716 4140 Mobile Telephone Service
6716 4210 Diagnostic Maintenance Charge
6716 4480 Tie Trunks
6716 4550 Lease of Channels
6716 4560 Channels for Signal Transmission
6716 4570 Channels for Remote Operation of Private Mobile and One-Way Radio-Paging Transmitters
6716 4580 Channels for Wired-Music Transmission
6716 4590 Channels for Voice without Signalling or Conditioning
6716 4610 Channels for Program Transmission
6716 4620 Broadcast-Quality Television Channels for Occasional Use
6716 4621 Full-Time Local Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
6716 4625 14/12 GHz Satellite Occasional Use Video Service
6716 4699 Internet Call Display Service (Business)
6716 4630 VHF Television Channels Continuous Use
6716 4660 Channels for Data Transmission
6716 4960 Telecommunications Services
6716 4970 976 Service
6716 5010 Digital Channel Service
6716 5201 Megalink Service
6716 5210 Microlink Services
6716 5300 Digital Exchange Access
7400 15 Sale of Tariff
7400 301 Digital Network Access
7400 302 Digital Private Line Service
7400 303 Managed Digital Private Lines Service
7400 304 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension Features
7400 305 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension Access Service
7400 306 Customer Volume Pricing Plan (CVPP)
7400 307 Inter-Office digital channels
7400 308 Access Special Routing
7400 310 High Capacity 45 Service
7400 311 Bandwidth Data Service (BDS)
7400 380 Digital Private Line Satellite Access
7400 382 Digital Private Line Large Business Service
7400 401 Dataroute Service
7400 402 Broadcast and Image for Occasional Use - Domestic and Cross-Border
7400 403 Broadcast and Image Full Time Inter-Exchange Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
7400 515 Advantage 900 with the exception of 900 Call Denial/Blocking
7515 370 Rock Island, Québec
Public telephone services
Tariff Item Description
6716 250 Public Telephone Service (General)
6716 292 Inmate Service
6716 320 Semi-Public Telephone Service (General)
6716 1130.7 (c) Suspension of Service (Semi-Public Telephone)
Services with frozen rate treatment
Tariff Item Description
6716 70.4 Rate Schedule for Primary Exchange (Local) Service - (Bell Canada Relay Service (BCRS))
6716 82 Toll Restriction
6716 86 Call Display Blocking
6716 90.7 Service Charges (General) - Partial Payment Provision
6716 220 Extra Listings - Omission of a Primary Exchange Listing (Residence)
6716 1395 9-1-1 Emergency Reporting Service
6716 1400 9-1-1 Public Emergency Reporting Service
6716 2200 Call Blocking Service
7396 B51 Custom-Designed 9-1-1 Arrangement - Metropolitan Toronto
7396 B52 Custom-Designed 9-1-1 Arrangement - Communauté urbaine de Montréal
7396 B53 Enhanced 9-1-1 Arrangements
7396 B54 Basic 9-1-1 System
7396 B55 Custom-Designed Enhanced 9-1-1 Arrangement
7400 515.3 (k) Advantage 900 - 900 Call Denial/Blocking
7516 105 Local Network Interconnection and Component Unbundling - Emergency service (9-1-1),
Access by CLEC end-customers, per NAS or WTN
7516 105 Local Network Interconnection and Component Unbundling - Relay Service, per NAS or WTN
Uncapped services
Tariff Item Description
6716 25 Late Payment Charge
6716 670 Centrex III Service
6716 675 Centrex III Service - Rates and Charges
6716 677 Electronic Transfer Capability for Centrex
6716 680 Local Link Package
6716 685 KeyPak
6716 2025.6/.8/.9 Integrated Voice Messaging (IVMS) (Business)
6716 2030 Universal Messaging
6716 2165 Calling Features (Business)
6716 2170 Calling Features Bundles (Business)
6716 2180 PrimeLine Executive
6716 2210 SimplyOne Service (Business)
6716 2230 Large Customer Access Bundle
6716 6000 Advantage SmartRoute
7396 Note 1 Special Facilities Tariff
7400 Part 7 Special Facilities Services (Special Assemblies)
7400 Part 11 Special Facilities Services (Special Assemblies)
7515 315 Chalk River Centrex
7515 350 Enhanced Exchange-Wide Dial (EEWD) Service
Note 1
All items not otherwise identified as part of either Services with Frozen Rate Treatment or Competitor Services

MTS Communications Inc.

Residential local services in non-HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
24001 475.1 Rate Schedule Primary Exchange Service (Residence)
24001 480 Community Calling Service (Residence)
24001 490 Urban Unlimited (Winnipeg and Brandon) (Residence)
24001 510 Service Charges (Residence)
24001 800 Suspension of Service (Residence)
Residential optional local services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
24001 2142 Calling Features
24001 2143 Voice Messaging Integration (Residence)
24001 2148 Voice Messaging Service (Residence)
24001 2260 Messaging Bundle (Residence)
24001 2261 Mini Calling Features Value Pack (Residence)
24002 6100 Internet Call Display (Residence)
24002 9710 Wire Watch Service
Residential local services in HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
24001 475.1 Rate Schedule Primary Exchange Service (Residence)
24001 480 Community Calling Service (Residence)
24001 490 Urban Unlimited (Winnipeg and Brandon) (Residence)
24001 510 Service Charges (Residence)
24001 800 Suspension of Service (Residence)
Residential optional local services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
24001 2142 Calling Features
24001 2143 Voice Messaging Integration (Residence)
24001 2148 Voice Messaging Service (Residence)
24001 2260 Messaging Bundle (Residence)
24001 2261 Mini Calling Features Value Pack (Residence)
24002 6100 Internet Call Display (Residence)
24002 9710 Wire Watch Service
Single and multi-line business local primary exchange services
Tariff Item Description
24001 475.2/.3 Rate Schedule Primary Exchange Service (Business)
24001 480 Community Calling Service (Business)
24001 490 Urban Unlimited (Winnipeg and Brandon) (Business)
24001 510 Service Charges (Business)
24001 800 Suspension of Service (Business single line)
24001 1000 Joint User Service
Other capped services
Tariff Item Description
7400 301 Digital Network Access
7400 302 Digital Private Line Service
7400 303 Managed Digital Private Line Service
7400 304 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension Features
7400 305 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension
7400 306 Customer Volume Pricing Plan
7400 307 Inter-Office Digital Channels
7400 308 Access Special Routing
7400 310 High Capacity 45 Service
7400 382 Digital Private Line Large Business
7400 402 Broadcast and Image for Occasional Use - Domestic and Cross-Border
7400 403 Broadcast and Image Full Time Inter-Exchange Broadcast Quality Video Transmission channel service
7400 515 Advantage 900
24001 300 Non-Sufficient Funds (NSF) Cheque Charge
24001 350 Tariff Subscription Service
24001 510 Service Charges - Non-Element Charges
24001 710 Exchange Measurement - Telephone Service Facilities
24001 720 Premium Exchange Service
24001 900 Foreign Exchange Service
24001 1600.8 Directory Listings
24001 1600.9 Directory Listings, Non-Published Listings (Business)
24001 1610 Operator Services
24001 1990 Digital Exchange Access Service
24001 1995 Microlink (ISDN Basic Rate Access)
24001 1997 Microlink Measured Service (ISDN Basic Rate Access)
24001 2000 Megalink Services (ISDN Primary Rate Access)
24001 2114 Dial Access Computer Port
24001 2115 Answer Supervision
24001 2126 Label Service
24001 2136 Rotary Service
24001 2140 Direct Inward Dialing (DID)
24001 2149 Universal Messaging
24001 2186 Autoquote Service
24001 2188 Data Service Access Line
24001 2450 Remote Call Forwarding
24001 2600 Mobile Telephone Service
24001 2700 Marine Radio Telephone Service
24001 2830 Customer-Provided Telephone Set and Inside Wiring
24001 2840 Multiline Terminal Attachment
24001 3100 Conventional Mobile Access Service
24002 5100 Channels for Occasional Radio Program Service
24002 5150 Channels for Occasional Video Service
24002 5160 Full-Time Local Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
24002 5200 Channels for Signal Transmission
24002 5300 Channels for Data Transmission
24002 5500 Channels for Interexchange Voice Grade Facilities
24002 5600 Channel Charges
24002 5700 Teleroute 200 Service (Discontinued)
24002 5705 Business Video Access
24002 5710 Business Video Network Service
24002 5900 SONET Access Service
24002 6020 LAN Access
24002 6680 FLEX Access
24002 6690 Central Office Access
24002 6700 Digital Network Services Access (DNSA)
24002 6800 Digital Channel Service (DCS)
24002 7250 Dial Access Mobile Service
24002 7260 Name that Number
24002 9050 Departmental Billing Service
24002 9100 Teletex Service (Discontinued)
24002 9325 Automatic Dialing Announcing Device (ADAD) Access
24002 9350 Conference Access
24002 9430 Billing Reprint Service Charge
24002 9700 Joint-Use Buried Service Relocation
24002 9720 Voice Processing Service
24003 12600 Night and Holiday Service
24003 12930 Stop Hunt Feature
24003 14030 Cables
24003 14070 Loops & Facilities Equipment
24003 15001 Dedicated technician on site
Public telephone services
Tariff Item Description
24001 1700 Public Telephone Service
24001 1710.3 Semi-Public Telephone Service
Services with frozen rate treatment
Tariff Item Description
24001 485 Province Wide Enhanced 9-1-1 Service
24001 515 Residence Exchange Service Charge Billing Option Plan
24001 1600.9 Directory Listings, Non-Published Listings (Residence)
24001 1610.2.B1 Directory Assistance (DA) Blocking
24001 1610.2.B2 Automated Directory Assistance Call Completion (ADACC) Blocking
24001 2142.2.B.9 Calling Features (Call Display Blocking)
24001 2147 Manitoba Relay Service
24001 2180 Toll Management
24006 105.4 B (5) Relay Service, per NAS
24006 105.4 B (6) Province Wide 9-1-1 Service - Access by CLEC end-customers, per NAS or WTN
7400 515.3(k) Advantage 900 - 900 Call Denial/Blocking
Uncapped services
Tariff Item Description
7400 Part 7 Special Facilities Services (Special Assemblies)
7400 Part 11 Special Facilities Services (Special Assemblies)
24001 310 Surcharge on Overdue Accounts
24001 510.2 Service Charges - Centrex
24001 1980 Centrex
24001 1981 Electronic Transfer Capability for Centrex
24001 1982 Centrex 2
24001 1985 National Centrex Service
24001 1987 Centrex Plus
24001 2135 Custom Telephone Number Service
24001 2142 Calling Features (Business)
24001 2143 Voice Messaging Integration (Business)
24001 2148 Voice Messaging Service (Business)
24001 2250 Centrex (Discontinued)
24001 2260 Messaging Bundle (Business)
24001 2261 Mini Calling Features Value Pack (Business)
24001 2850 Customer-Provided Centrex Telephones
24002 6100 Internet Call Display (Business)
24002 9025 Private Branch Exchange Service - Toll Diversion and Toll Denial (Discontinued)
24002 9270 Centrex Digital Data Service Premium
24002 9275 Centrex 5
24003 12170 Centrex Miscellaneous
24005 All items Supplementary Tariff - Special Assemblies

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Residential local services in non-HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
21411 100.30 Extended Area Service (EAS) (Residence)
21411 105.05 Administration Charges (Residence)
21411 105.10 Excess Mileage Charges (Residence)
21411 110.02 Seasonal Service (Residence)
21411 110.10 Network Access Service (Residence)
21411 110.12 Network Access Service (Residence)
Residential optional local services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
21411 150.15 SmartTouch Subscription Service
21411 300.05 Smart Bundles
21412 550.02 Wire Watch
21412 550.08 Message Manager (Residence)
21412 580.02 Internet Call Waiting (Residence)
Residential local services in HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
21411 100.30 Extended Area Service (EAS) (Residence)
21411 105.05 Administration Charges (Residence)
21411 105.10 Excess Mileage Charges (Residence)
21411 110.02 Seasonal Service (Residence)
21411 110.10 Network Access Service (Residence)
21411 110.12 Network Access Service (Residence)
21411 400.05 Exchange Radio Telephone Service (ERTS) (Residence)
21411 400.20 Northern Radio Telephone Service (NRTS) (Residence)
21413 1000.18 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Christopher Lake (Residence)
21413 1000.19 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Marshall (Residence)
21413 1000.20 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Meath Park (Residence)
21413 1000.21 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Paddockwood (Residence)
Residential optional local services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
21411 150.15 SmartTouch Subscription Service (Residence)
21411 300.05 Smart Bundles
21412 550.02 Wire Watch
21412 550.08 Message Manager (Residence)
21412 580.02 Internet Call Waiting (Residence)
Single and multi-line business local primary exchange services
Tariff Item Description
21411 100.25 Joint User Service
21411 100.30 Extended Area Service (EAS) (Business)
21411 105.05 Administration Charges (Business)
21411 105.10 Excess Mileage Charges (Business)
21411 110.02 Seasonal Service (Business Single Line)
21411 110.10 Network Access Service (Business)
21411 110.12 Network Access Service (Business)
21411 110.28 Multi-Line Access Service
21411 110.30 Multi-Line Access Service
21411 400.05 Exchange Radio Telephone Service (ERTS) (Business)
21411 400.20 Northern Radio Telephone Service (NRTS) (Business)
21413 1000.18 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Christopher Lake (Business)
21413 1000.19 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Marshall (Business)
21413 1000.20 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Meath Park (Business)
21413 1000.21 Extended Area Service (EAS) - Paddockwood (Business)
Other capped services
Tariff Item Description
21411 86 Tariff Subscription Service
21411 105.15 Extra Provisioning Charges
21411 105.20 Winter Construction Charges
21411 105.25 Distribution and Entry Construction Charges
21411 110.04 Extended Network Access Service
21411 110.06 Extended Network Access Service
21411 110.08 Extended Data Access Charge
21411 110.14 Temporary Telephone Service
21411 110.16 Direct Customer Access and Wiretap Services
21411 110.26 Wireless Payphone Service
21411 110.32 Direct-in-Dial Service
21411 110.34 Microlink Service
21411 110.36 Microlink Discontinued Service
21411 110.38 Megalink Service
21411 110.40 Digital Exchange Access Service
21411 110.42 Digital Channel Service
21411 110.44 Digital Network Access
21411 110.46 Local Loop Service
21411 110.48 Voice Grade Facilities - Local
21411 110.50 Local Loop - Conditioning
21411 150.05 Rotary Hunting Service
21411 150.10 Service Interface
21411 160.10 Telephone Directory Service - Non-Listed and Non-Published Numbers (Business)
21411 160.10 Telephone Directory Service - Extra Listings
21411 160.20 Directory Assistance Charge
21411 160.25 Intercept Service
21411 160.30 Directory Assistance Call Completion
21411 160.40 Reminder Service
21411 200.05 Remote Message Register
21411 400.10 General Mobile Telephone Service (GMTS)
21411 400.15 GMTS - 450 MHz Public Air-Ground Radio Telephone Service
21412 500.04 Digital Inter-Exchange Facilities
21412 500.06 Voice Grade Facilities - Inter-Exchange
21412 500.08 Voice Grade Facilities - In-House
21412 500.10 Full Period Private Line Telephone Service
21412 500.12 Digital Private Line Service
21412 500.14 Managed Digital Private Line Service
21412 500.16 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension Features
21412 500.18 Digital Private Line Solutions Service Extension Access Service
21412 500.20 Customer Volume Pricing Plan
21412 500.22 Inter-Office Digital Channels
21412 500.26 Access Special Routing
21412 500.34 Tie Line Service
21412 585.02 Occasional Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
21412 585.04 Radio Program (Audio) Transmission Channel Service
21412 585.06 Full-Time Local Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
21412 585.09 Full-Time Inter-Exchange Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
21414 650.10 Answer Supervision
Public telephone services
Tariff Item Description
21411 110.18 Public Telephone Service
21411 110.21 Charge-A-Call Plus Service
21411 110.22 Automated Inmate Public Telephone Service
21411 110.24 Semi-Public Telephone Service
Services with frozen rate treatment
Tariff Item Description
21411 140.05 Provincial Enhanced 9-1-1 Service
21411 160.10 Telephone Directory Service - Non-Listed and Non-Published Numbers (Residence)
21411 170.05 Residential Bill Management Tools
21411 170.15 Toll Restrictor
21411 160.35 Directory Assistance Call Completion Blocking
21414 610.18.4.2.e Local Network Interconnection and Component Unbundling - Relay Service, per NAS or WTN
21414 610.18.4.2.f Local Network Interconnection and Component Unbundling - Emergency Service (9-1-1), per NAS or WTN
Uncapped services
Tariff Item Description
21411 90 Past Due Charges
21411 110.34 Microlink Optional Features
21411 110.36 Microlink Optional Features
21411 110.52 310-XXXX Access
21411 150.15 SmartTouch Subscription Service (Business)
21411 200.10 Beyond Service - Discontinued
21411 200.15 Centrex Service I
21411 200.20 Centrex Service II
21411 200.25 Centrex Data Service
21411 300.10 Business Basics Package
21412 550.06 Message Manager One
21412 550.08 Message Manager (Business)
21412 550.08 Message Manager - (Centrex)
21412 550.10 TalkMail
21412 550.12 Fax Overflow Service
21413 Note 1 Special Facilities Tariffs
Note 1
Includes all Special Facilities items other than those identified above.

TELUS Communications Inc.

Residential local services in non-HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
1005 29 Wireless Local Loop Exchange Service (Residence)
1005 32-A Exchange Rates (Residence)
1005 32-B Radio Exchange Rates (Residence)
1005 110 Multi-Element Plan Service Charges (Residence)
1005 155-C Telephone Instruments - Party-Line Telephone Sets (Residence)
1005 155-D Telephone Instruments - Telephone Set Loss Charge (Residence)
1005 157 Suspension of Service (Residence)
1005 254 Radio Toll Station Service - Residential
1005 255 Exchange Area Radiotelephone Service (Residence)
18001 425 Exchange Service (Residence)
18001 550 Service Charges (Residence)
21461 202 Individual Line Service (ILS) (Residence)
Residential optional local services in non-HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
1005 279 Residential Additional Line Bundle
1005 405 Internet Call Director (Residence)
18001 230 Voice Messaging Options Service (Residence)
21461 300 Call Management Services (Residence)
21461 301 Voice Mail Service (VMS) (Residence)
21461 302 Residence Values Bundle
21461 303 Residence No Limits Bundle
21461 311 Dual Line Call Manager (Residence)
Residential local services in HCSAs
Residential local primary exchange services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
1005 29 Wireless Local Loop Exchange Service (Residence)
1005 32-A Exchange Rates (Residence)
1005 32-B Radio Exchange Rates (Residence)
1005 110 Multi-Element Plan Service Charges (Residence)
1005 155-C Telephone Instruments - Party-Line Telephone Sets (Residence)
1005 155-D Telephone Instruments - Telephone Set Loss Charge (Residence)
1005 157 Suspension of Service (Residence)
1005 254 Radio Toll Station Service - Residential
1005 255 Exchange Area Radiotelephone Service (Residence)
18001 425 Exchange Service (Residence)
18001 550 Service Charges (Residence)
21461 202 Individual Line Service (ILS) (Residence)
Residential optional local services in HCSAs
Tariff Item Description
1005 279 Residential Additional Line Bundle
1005 405 Internet Call Director (Residence)
18001 230 Voice Messaging Options Service (Residence)
21461 300 Call Management Services (Residence)
21461 301 Voice Mail Service (VMS) (Residence)
21461 302 Residence Values Bundle
21461 303 Residence No Limits Bundle
21461 311 Dual Line Call Manager (Residence)
Single and multi-line business local primary exchange services
Tariff Item Description
1005 29 Wireless Local Loop Exchange Service (Business)
1005 32-A Exchange Rates (Business)
1006 32-B Radio Exchange Rates (Business)
1005 32-F Local Business Contract Option
1005 110 Multi-Element Plan Service Charges (Business)
1005 132 Service to Ships and Trains
1005 155 Telephone Instruments - Party-Line Telephone Sets (Business)
1005 157 Suspension of Service (Business)
1005 252 Radio Toll Station Service (Business)
1005 255 Exchange Area Radiotelephone Service (Business)
18001 215 Dataline Service
18001 255 Interconnection with Private Mobile Telephone Systems - Network Access
18001 425 Exchange Service (Business)
18001 430 Deductions, Churches, Community Centres and Senior Citizen Drop-in Centres
18001 550 Service Charges (Business)
21461 202 Individual Line Service (ILS) (Business)
Other capped services
Tariff Item Description
1005 20 Not sufficient Funds Cheque Charge
1005 95 Construction Charges - General
1005 96 Construction Charges - Single-Line Inside Wire - Stand-Alone Multi-Dwelling Units
1005 97 Construction Charges - Customer's Premises
1005 98 Construction Charges - Public Property
1005 104 Extension Line Mileage - Voice
1005 104-A Extension Line Mileage - Data
1005 106 Interexchange Line Mileage - Voice
1005 106-A Interexchange Line Mileage - Data
1005 110 Multi-Element Plan Service Charges - (Other)
1005 111 Service Charges - Hourly Rates
1005 119 Toll Station Service
1005 122 Foreign Central Office Service - Voice
1005 122-A Foreign Central Office Service - Data
1005 124 Foreign Exchange Service - Voice
1005 124 A Foreign Exchange Service - Data
1005 126 Direct-In-Dial Service
1005 130 Remote Call Forwarding
1005 133 Spacetel Service
1005 136 Answer Supervision
1005 145 Directory Listings with the exception of Non-Published Telephone Numbers (Residence)
1005 145-C Directory Primary Listing - Extra Listings
1005 150 Reserved Telephone Number Service
1005 152 Off-Hook Service
1005 153 Optional Hunting Arrangements
1005 159 Tie Trunk and Tie Line Service
1005 164 Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
1005 161 Call Guardian (Business)
1005 165 Transfer of Calls
1005 155-C Telephone Instruments - Party-Line Telephone Sets (Business)
1005 155-D Telephone Instruments - Telephone Set Loss Charge (Business)
1005 170 Interconnection Services - General
1005 234 Mobile Telephone Service - Directory Listings
1005 236 Radiotelephone Service - VHF Mobile Stations
1005 238 Radiotelephone Service - VHF Marine Radiotelephone Stations
1005 242 Radiotelephone Service - Mobile and Ship Stations
1005 244 Public Radiotelephone Stations
1005 250 Radiotelephone Service - Service Charges
1005 252 Radio Toll Station Service (Business)
1005 254 Radio Toll Station Service - Residential
1005 256 Local Message Rate
1005 261 Remote Radiotelephone Service
1005 368 Data Service
1005 370 Data Access System
1005 395 Toll Access Service
1005 400 Private Line Service - Voice/Local Channels
1005 400-A Private Line Service - Data/Local Channels
1005 401 Multi-Point Anti-Streaming Service
1005 404 Optical Fibre Service
1005 406 Program Transmission Service
1005 410 Signal Transmission Service
1005 415-A 14/12 GHz Satellite Occasional Use Video Service
1005 416 Television Transmission Service
1005 416-A Occasional Use Broadcast Quality Video Service - Newsroute
1005 416-B Occasional Use Broadcast Quality Video Service - Sporting Venues
General Motors Place (GM Place) & BC Place
1005 416-C Occasional Use Broadcast Quality Video Service - Satellite Downlink
1005 421 Full-Time Local Broadcast-Quality Video Transmission Channel Service
1005 422 Emergency Reporting and Alerting Systems
1005 435 Megaroute Service
1005 437 Megastream Service
1005 440 Digital Channel Service
1005 446 Megaplan Service Extension Access Service
1005 447 Digital Network Access
1005 448 Access Special Routing
1005 465 Integrated Services Digital Network - Basic Rate Interface Service
1005 470 Integrated Services Digital Network - Primary Rate Interface Service
1005 470-A Integrated Services Digital Network - Primary Rate Interface Service Monthly Non-Contracted Service
1005 490 Datadial Service
1005 495 Digital Exchange Access
7400 401 Dataroute Service
7400 515 Advantage 900 with the exception of 900 Call Denial/Blocking
18001 105 Not Sufficient Funds Cheques
18001 160 Emergency Reporting System
18001 165 Digital Exchange Access
18001 170 Direct In Dial Service
18001 200 Directory Primary Listings excluding Non-Published Telephone Number (Residence)
18001 200 Directory Primary Listing - Extra Listings
18001 220 Toll Terminal Service
18001 270 Alberta Manual 150 Mobile Telephone Service
18001 280 Foreign Wire Centre Service
18001 305 Denial Service
18001 320 Electronic Delivery Service
18001 325 Optical Fibre Service
18001 330 Slow Speed Channel Service
18001 350 Interexchange Foreign Exchange Service
18001 355 Interexchange Off-Premise Service
18001 365 Interexchange Tie Trunk Service
18001 340 Answer Supervision Service
18001 370 AltaNet 200/300 Service
18001 360 Interexchange Private Line Service
18001 380 Temporary Disconnect
18001 385 Channels for Data Transmission
18001 400 Busy Line Verification/Interruption
18001 410 Interexchange Radio Program Transmission Service
18001 415 Interexchange Television Transmission Service
18001 460 Construction Charges
18001 485 Integrated Services Digital Network - Basic Rate Interface Service
18001 495 Integrated Services Digital Network - Primary Rate Interface Service
18001 500 Digital Network Access
18001 505 Switched 56 Digital Service
18001 545 Dedicated Line Service
18001 550 Service Charges - (Other)
18001 580 Wireless Payphone Service
18001 615 Local Channel Service (Outside the City of Edmonton)
18001 620 Local Channel Conditioning (Outside the City of Edmonton)
18001 625 Local Channel Service (In the City of Edmonton)
18001 630 Local Channel Conditioning (In the City of Edmonton)
18001 655 Remote Call Forwarding
18001 660 Local Broadcast Video Transmission Service
18001 665 Digital Channel Service
18001 666 CityNet 200/300 Service
18001 670 Local Radio Program Channel Service
18001 706 Megaroute Service
18001 707 Megastream Service
18001 709 Megaplan Service Extension Access Service
18001 712 Access Special Routing
18002 1820 Network Diagnostic and Maintenance Services
18002 1825 Rotary Splitting Service
21461 308 Operator Services
21461 502 Local Broadcast Video Transmission - Digital Service
21461 503 Inter-Office Digital Channels
21461 504 Customer Volume Pricing Plan (discount plan for uncapped services)
21461 505 Digital Private Line Large Business Service
21461 506 Digital Private Line Service Extension Features
21461 507 International Private Line (IPL) Service
21461 509 High Capacity 45 Service
21461 510 Wired Music Transmission Service
21461 513 Dedicated Loop Service
25721 2510 Customer Traffic Studies
25721 3030 Radio Programming Service
25721 4025 Billing Analysis (Breakdown) Service
Public telephone services
Tariff Item Description
1005 115 Public Coin Telephone Service
1005 117 Semi-Public Coin Telephone Service
18001 205 Public Telephone Service
18001 210 Semi-Public Telephone Service
Services with frozen rate treatment
Tariff Item Description
1005 14 Payment of Charges - Installment Payment Plan
1005 32-D BC TEL Message Relay Centre
1005 120 Centralized Emergency Reporting Service (Dial 911)
1005 120-A Enhanced Centralized Emergency Reporting (Dial E-9-1-1)
1005 121 Provincial 9-1-1 Service
1005 145 Directory Listings - Non-Published Telephone Numbers (Residence)
1005 161 Call Guardian
1017 105 Local Network Interconnection and Component Unbundling - Relay Service, per NAS or WTN
7400 515.3 (k) Advantage 900 - 900 Call Denial/Blocking
18001 200 Directory Primary Listings - Non-Published Telephone Number (Residence)
18001 280 Provincial E9-1-1
18001 310 Toll Restriction Services (Residence)
18001 455 Message Relay Service
18001 550.5 Service Charges - Installment Payment Plan
18008 215 Local Network Interconnection and Component Unbundling - Relay Service, per NAS or WTN
21461 300 Call Management Services - Call Display Blocking
Uncapped services
Tariff Item Description
1005 15 Late Payment Charges
1005 42 Centrex - General
1005 42-B Centrex - C.O.
1005 43 Centrex
1005 43-A Centrex Call Processing Service
1005 43-B Electronic Transfer Capability for Centrex
1005 110 Multi-Element Plan Service Charges (Uncapped)
1005 138 Intelliroute Service
1005 144 Special Number Service
1005 154 Call Information Service
1005 168-C Voice Messaging Options Service
1005 169 Universal Messaging
1005 405 Internet Call Director (Business)
1019 4 Interconnection with the Equipment and Facilities of Telesat Canada
1020 All Items Special Assembly Tariff
1027 All Items Special Assembly Tariff for Interconnection with the Equipment and/or Facilities of Interexchange Carriers
7400 700 Co-Located Customer Provided Equipment in a Telephone Company Central-Office
7400 703 Program Channels C.B.C. Radio
18001 195 Special Number Service
18001 230 Voice Messaging Options Service (Business)
18001 240 Extended Area Service
18001