Phone companies line up against Bell Aliant’s proposed ‘huge rate increases’
News | 11/04/2010 10:04 pm EDT
GATINEAU—A proposal from Bell Aliant to uniformly raise price caps for phone services in Canada’s rural and remote areas to $36 per month is drawing criticism from competitors who say the price increase wouldn’t be fair to consumers.
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