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IMCAIP insists Rogers spots are promos

News | 01/31/2002 5:00 am EST

The Independent Members of the Canadian Association of Internet Providers (IMCAIP) does not buy arguments by Rogers Cable Inc. that announcements it made about how to convert from its @home service to @rogers were not promos. The group contends the cableco promoted its Internet service in violation of CRTC rules. An excerpt of the group’s response to Rogers’ claims that were filed to the CRTC on January 29 follow.

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