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ILECs dismiss anti-competitive claims in bundling proceeding

News | 09/26/2007 5:05 pm EDT

Incumbent telephone companies are telling the CRTC it has no reason to worry that removing the general tariff bundling rules will lead to anticompetitive behaviour such as tying, predation or unjust discrimination. Their comments come as the proceeding looking into the ongoing appropriateness of the general tariff bundling rules and market trials heads into the final stretch. 

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