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Economic regulation not required to protect business customers: CCT

News | 07/06/2006 4:00 am EDT

The Coalition for Competitive Telecommunications (CCT) continues to argue that the prices of incumbent telephone companies’ business services don’t require economic regulation. The CCT states in comments to the CRTC’s review of the VoIP ruling (Telecom Decision 2005-28) that ILECs can’t simply raise prices and not expect to get push-back from enterprise customers. An edited excerpt of the CCT’s comment is below.

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