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Quality of service regime needed for wholesale Internet: CNOC

News | 04/27/2017 6:51 pm EDT

Small Internet service providers (ISPs) and advocacy groups are asking the CRTC to put in place protections regarding the quality of service they and their customers receive when buying wholesale Internet service from bigger providers, while those large telecoms are arguing such measures aren’t necessary.

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