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CRTC overturns Ethernet and ADSL decisions

News | 09/04/2007 6:59 pm EDT

Incumbent telephone companies, Bell Canada, Bell Aliant, Telus Corp. and SaskTel will not have to implement previously mandated changes to some of their Ethernet and ADSL services that are made available to competitors. In Telecom Decision 2007-77, the CRTC overturned a number of decisions it made on January 24 following applications from the telcos.

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