Vidéotron signs high-speed resale agreements with two internet providers
News | 12/22/1999 5:00 am EST
Vidéotron ltée became the first cable operator to comply with the CRTC’s order to resell high-speed Internet service to independent Internet service providers (ISPs) last week, but the battle over third-party access is far from over. The Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP) quickly fired off a letter to the commission asking it to force Vidéotron to charge wholesale rates that are 25% lower than the price it charges its cable subscribers.
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