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Bell ExpressVu complains that Rogers is using anti-competitive means to retain hold on Toronto MUD market

News | 07/31/2003 4:00 am EDT

Bell ExpressVu LP is accusing Rogers Cable Inc. of a litany of anti-competitive practices in protecting its hold on delivering TV services to multiple-unit dwellings (MUDs) in Toronto. It wants help from both the CRTC and the Competition Bureau to level the playing field as it shifts its focus from acquiring customers in rural areas not served or underserved by cablecos to more densely populated urban cores.

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