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ILEC competitors say Canada’s three-year-old co-location rules are already outdated

News | 08/28/2000 4:00 am EDT

A coalition of 12 telecom companies is calling for changes to Canada’s three-year-old co-location regime, saying the current rules are making it difficult for competitors to move outside urban cores and to offer next generation data services. The group, calling itself the Coalition for Better Co-location (CBC), is asking the CRTC to intervene in several co-location disputes that have arisen between its members and ILECs across Canada.

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