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Bell takes issue of alleged customer slamming from Primus to commission

News | 12/21/2005 5:00 am EST

Bell Canada is alleging that Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc. and other local service providers are switching customers over to their service without having first received proper consent. The practice is known as slamming and the incumbent telephone company wants the CRTC to intervene by ordering Primus Canada and the other offending carriers to stop the practice.

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