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News | 07/21/2003 4:00 am EDT

Call-Net wins high-speed Internet fight
In Telecom Decision 2003-49, the CRTC has ordered Aliant Telecom Inc., Bell Canada, SaskTel and Telus Communications Inc. to provide DSL service to customers who may subscribe to a CLEC’s local service. The ruling was in response to a Part VII application filed by Call-Net Enterprises Inc. (NL, Jan. 28/03). The commission has directed MTS Communications Inc. to show why it should not be subject to the same rules.

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