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CRTC lowers some wholesale internet rates by 10 per cent as part of broader review

Summary by Ground News
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission said Wednesday it recognizes its current approach does not encouraging enough competition in the sector. In 2021, the regulator reversed a decision from two years earlier to drop wholesale internet rates after major operators argued the lower rate would have them selling at a loss. Companies such as Rogers and Bell have said that expanding their network infrastructure is a significant cost that independent companies don't bear.
Published 3 months ago

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