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New DSL competitors covet Canadian market; CLECs want barriers maintained

News | 05/09/2000 4:00 am EDT

Canadian CLECs are urging the CRTC to reject a plan by Bell Canada that would result in the emergence of a new high-speed competitor in Canada. At issue is a tariff application which, if approved, would allow Bell to lease copper loops and connecting links to companies not bound by foreign ownership limits. Bell has asked the commission to approve the tariff by May 29.

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