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CRTC to test broadband Internet quality

Briefs | 05/21/2015 7:10 pm EDT

The CRTC on Thursday said it is seeking volunteers to have their home broadband Internet connections evaluated for the purpose of gathering evidence to guide policy and show Canadians how close Internet service providers come to delivering advertised speeds.

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