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ISPs accuse Bell of undercutting prices and sharing customer information

News | 09/11/2001 4:00 am EDT

A group of independent Internet service providers is accusing Bell Canada of predatory pricing, saying its low-cost introductory offers for high-speed access are unfairly crippling small competitors. In a battle that has now made its way before the CRTC, Bell is quick to dismiss the complaints as "vague" and "misleading". It also warns that raising its prices won’t help small ISPs as much as it will the cable industry.

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