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Wireless access leads charge in growth of Internet services, new study shows

News | 06/11/2002 4:00 am EDT

More than a third of Canadian Internet service providers (ISPs) will be offering wireless access to the Internet within the next 18 months, growing from the current level of about one-quarter, a new study indicates. Industry Framework of Internet Service Providers, commissioned by Industry Canada’s telecommunications policy branch and the Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP), shows that by the end of next year, about 35 per cent of all Canadian ISPs will be offering wireless access to the global communications network.

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