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Big Telcos Celebrate, but Small Providers Have Plans

News | 12/01/2006 5:00 am EST

Rule changes favour incumbents

"Change" is the apparent trend today in Canadian telecommunications: the government recently ordered a hands-off approach to access-independent VoIP services; meanwhile, the CRTC is exploring a new wholesale services regulatory regime. The commission is also looking at changing the definition of "essential service."

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