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Government reverses CRTC decision on access independent VoIP

News | 11/24/2006 5:00 am EST

Last week, the federal government said the CRTC erred in its VoIP ruling by deciding to regulate the ILECs’ access independent VoIP services. In announcing the decision, Industry Canada Minister Maxime Bernier said the barriers to entry in this market are low and therefore regulation of these services is unnecessary.

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