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Bell fires back at CAIP appeal on wholesale traffic shaping, no decision soon

News | 06/25/2009 7:10 pm EDT

Bell Canada is dismissing an appeal by the Canadian Association of Internet Providers and other parties to overturn a CRTC decision that allows the ILEC to keep throttling wholesale bandwidth, saying its critics are re-hashing old arguments and unfounded allegations for a decision they “are simply unhappy with”.

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