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Mandating co-location would be a barrier to competition: CNOC

News | 01/24/2017 9:57 pm EST

An application by BCE Inc. asking the CRTC not to require the implementation of meet-me points through which smaller companies could connect to the telco’s network, if granted, would harm competition, small ISPs are arguing.

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