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Small ISPs happy with new cost disclosure rules for large telcos

News | 10/26/2012 8:26 pm EDT

Canada’s telephone and cable companies will have to make more information about their costs publicly available when they propose rates for the wholesale network services they sell to small phone and Internet service providers, the CRTC said Friday in a decision supported by small providers.

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