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Bell’s fights back against claims its network isn’t congested

News | 07/16/2008 3:13 pm EDT

Bell Canada has refuted allegations that its network isn’t congested and therefore doesn’t need traffic management software to slow down peer-to-peer (P2P) traffic. In a submission to the CRTC filed last week, the company says its congestion numbers taken on their own don’t tell the whole story.

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