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Bell and affiliates want right to share customer information among themselves

News | 12/20/2000 5:00 am EST

Bell Canada and its affiliates will likely face opposition in its bid to eliminate regulations that prevent it from sharing customer information with other members of the BCE Inc corporate family. The restrictions represent one of the remaining shackles of monopoly regulation, and the CRTC must now decide whether the incumbent telco’s dominant position in the local telephone market still warrants artificial separations between its monopoly and competitive operations.

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