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BREAKING NEWS: CAIP loses first round of Bell throttling case

News | 05/14/2008 3:34 pm EDT

Small ISPs reselling Bell Canada‘s high-speed Internet service, under its Gateway Access Service (GAS) tariff, will have to live with the ILEC’s traffic shaping practices for the time being. The CRTC denied a request from the Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP) to force Bell to immediately stop throttling the Internet traffic of its wholesale high-speed ISP customers. 

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