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Competitors criticize bundling rule changes

News | 09/06/2007 12:31 pm EDT

A CRTC proposal to give incumbent telephone companies greater flexibility in bundling services in non-forborne markets is being met with stiff opposition from major communications competitors. The comments are part of a proceeding the commission kicked off in July to look at extending flexible bundling rules to areas of the country that aren't likely to be forborne from regulation in the near future.

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