Carriers make case for getting ringtone money back

Mobile carriers have filed a memorandum in Federal Court late last week that makes the case for why they want $12 million back from the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN) in relation to tariffs paid for downloaded ringtones between 2006 and 2012.

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‘Mobile TV is a broadcasting service’: Bell

In defending their practice of charging rates separate from regular data charges for mobile-TV service, both Rogers Communications Ltd. and Quebecor Inc., in written submissions to the CRTC, talked about being in the early stages of trying to develop a market for this kind of service.

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